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who was fakhr i mudabbir?

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What do you mean by muqtis ?

Muqti was a person who collect revenue of iqtas and hold land assignment or iqtas

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Helenmary

Sep 22, 2014

what is meant by internal and external frontier of the sultanate

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    Internal frontiers of the sultanate consisted of the hinterland of the garrison towns. The external frontiers refer to the unconquered territ...

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Aug 9, 2015

what are tawarikh?

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 The authors of Tawarikhs were usually learned men: secretaries, administrators, poets and courtiers, who both recounted events and advised rulers on gover...

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Gauri Tiwari

Jun 2, 2014

WHO STARTED AND WHO COMPLETED BUILDING QUTUB MINAR

Qutub Minar was started by Qutbuddin Aibak,the first sultan of delhi and was completed by his successor-IItutmish.

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Arya amrit Dash

Nov 19, 2014

Who was the last ruler of Delhi Sultanate and by whom he was defeated?

the last ruler of the delhi sultanate was IBRAHIM LODI.cause after IBRAHIM LODI , the mughal dynasty came into power as BABUR defeated IBRAHIM in the FIRST BATTLE OF PANIPAT>

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Who were the iqtadars ?

 The military commanders who were given land grants were called Iqtadars or Muqtis. 

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Jun 8, 2014

who was fakhr i mudabbir?

Fakhr- I Mudabbir was a Persian author and courtier under successive Ghaznavid, Ghūrid, and Shamsī sultans in South Asia.
 He is noted for his Persian-language literary masterpieces, the <...

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Siva Kumar

Jun 15, 2015

Why was Muhammad bin Tughlaq known as wisest fool?

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SnehaRoyChowdhury

Jun 10, 2015

How and why did Razia Sultan die ?

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Accounts written by scholars about the kingdoms in which they lived were called court chronicles.

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