Tomara Rajputs were defeated in the middle of the twelfth century by the Chauhans of
the Tomar Rajputs, were defeated in the middle of the twelfth century by the Chauhans of Ajmer.
Which of the following is not from the Rajput dynasty
The fifth Mamluk dynasty ruler, history deems Razia Sultan as one of the very few female rulers in the history of Islamic civilizations across the world. During her reign, she ordered coins be minted with her title as “Pillar of Women, Queen of the Times, Sultan Razia, daughter of Shamsuddin Iltumish.”
What is the time of rule of Ananga Pala?
Anangpal Tomar was a king of the Tomara dynasty, who ruled over areas of Delhi in India. Sources variously say this was in the 8th century CE or the 11th century (1130 to 1145).
When did Ala-ud-din Khilji die?
Raziyya was removed from the throne in _____.
_____ changed her name on her inscriptions and pretended she was a man.
______, the lands adjacent to a city or port that supply it with goods and services.
In the early thirteenth century the control of the Delhi Sultans rarely went beyond heavily fortified towns occupied by garrisons. The Sultans seldom controlled the hinterland of the hinterland cities and were therefore dependent upon trade, tribute or plunder for supplies. Hinterlands were the the lands adjacent to a city or port that supply it with goods and services.
_____ town a fortified settlement, with soldiers.
Garrison is the collective term for any body of troops stationed in a particular location, originally to guard it, but now often simply using it as a home base. The garrison is usually in a city, town, fort, castle, ship or similar. "Garrison town" is a common expression for any town that has a military base nearby.
Many rich ___ merchants lived in the city and constructed several temples.
Many rich Jaina merchants lived in the city and constructed several temples. Coins called dehliwal were minted here and had a wide circulation. Transformation of Delhi into a capital that controlled vast areas of the subcontinent started with the foundation of the Delhi Sultanate at the beginning of the 13th century.
The transformation of Delhi into a capital that controlled vast areas of the subcontinent started with the foundation of the Delhi Sultanate in the beginning of the
The transformation of Delhi into a capital that controlled vast areas of the subcontinent started with the foundation of the Delhi Sultanate in the beginning of the thirteenth century. The Delhi Sultans built many cities in the area that we now know as Delhi.
Who ruled from 1351-1388
Sultan Iltutmish's daughter
Rudramadevi belongs to which dynasty
Queen Didda ruled in
What is the time of rule of Qutbuddin Aybak?
The first Turkish ruler to introduce Arabic coinage was ……….
Iltutmish introduced Silver Tanka and Copper Jital, the two coins of the Delhi Sultanate. The coins prior to Iltutmish were introduced by the invaders, which bear the Sanskrit characters and even Hindu Gods, Bull and Shivalinga. For example, Muhammad Ghori is known to have adopted the seated goddess Lakshmi type of the coins of Gahadavalas for circulation in the Gahadavala territories. Iltutmish was the first to introduce a “Pure Arabic Coin” in India. The Silver Tanka issued by Iltutmish was weighing 175 grains. Balban later issued gold Tanka of the same weight.
Tax on cultivation was called
Which of the following city was not developed by Delhi Sultanate
Which of the following is not the tax collected under Delhi Sultanate
Established by Qutub-Ud-Din Aibak the Delhi Sultanate was an Islamic empire that ruled the Indian subcontinent for about 320 years. As many as five dynasties ruled over India from 1206 to 1526. There were a number of taxes levied by various dynasties under power during this time. Main three were:
1. Kharaj: levied on agricultural crops. It was 50 per cent of the total production.
2. cattle: the tax levied on cattle was the second most important source of revenue.
3. Houses: the tax on houses was another important source of income for the sultanate.
Hence the correct answer is option (A).
Who was the founder of slave dynasty?
The Battle of Chausa was a notable military engagement between the Mughal emperor, Humayun, and the Afghan, Sher Shah Suri. It was fought on 26 June 1539 at Chausa, 10 miles southwest of Buxar in modern-day Bihar, India. Sher Shah was victorious and crowned himself Farid al-Din Sher Shah.