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The article gives a brief introduction to the 13th and 14th Centuries. It discusses the Delhi sultanate in the 13th and 14th centuries. It also discusses Central Asia and the Khaljī dynasty.
For a century after the death of Mahmud of Ghazni, there was no Turkish invasion. The Ghorian invasion accelerated breaking the feudal traditions. No harmony was sustained after invasions.
The Lodhi dynasty was the Delhi Sultanate's final ruling family. Bahul lodhi was the founder of the lodhi dynasty. It was one of the most well-known dynasties. The Lodhi dynasty reigned from 1451 to 1526.
The power of the Khwarizmi Empire based in Persia and the Ghurids based in Ghor – rose simultaneously, changing the political landscape. There were various reasons for the latter.
Akbar was a Mughal emperor in India who succeeded his father in the thrown. He is also known for some famous names like ‘Akbar the great’ or by his complete name ‘Abu’l-Fath Jalal-ud-din Muhammad Akbar’.
Alauddin Khilji has a prominent position among the Sultans of Delhi. Under his rule, the Khaljis established their dominance throughout India. Read to know more!
The article will briefly discuss Alauddin Khilji and his contributions to the Khilji Dynasty. Read to know more!
Let's Take a Look at a brief overview of all invasions during Alauddin Khilji's rule, where we will study who were Mongols and what's called invasion and who Ulugh khan was in their history.
Cultural riches and natural splendour are well-known features of India. There is no doubt that the architectural engineering excellences and brilliance of our ancients will make you question our modern expertise in architecture, as the eras of these buildings date back. We'll also take a peek at some of the city's ancient landmarks, such as Shaniwarwada, Pratap Gad, and Raigad.
This article will help you learn about the last effective Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb and his rules for administration. It will also give an overview of his history during his reign.
How was agriculture, revenue system as well as trade and commerce practised during mediaeval India? The following article describes it all.
India's accurate climate conditions and extremely fertile soil allows it to grow several crops on it, and hence they are the largest producer of so many things that are supplied around the world. But where did this trading begin from? Or what was the status of trading in Medieval India, and what were the goods that were largely exchanged from India? Let us look at this in brief below.
A brief description of the Mughal empire, followed by the Deccan policy of the Mughal emperors and the factors responsible for this expansionist policy.
This article discusses the Mughals and their dynasty, Babur- who was the first Mughal ruler, the Mughal relations, the Mughal traditions and the Mughal Empire.
Disunity enabled Multan in plundering or conquests during the Ghaznavid and Ghurid invasion of India. Numerous factors led to the ghorian invasion apart from the wealth of India.
The article gives an interesting perspective on Guru Nanak and his early life, Sri Guru Nanak Jayanthi, Sri Guru Nanak's teaching and five principles, and the Golden Temple of Amritsar.
Art of Marathas was mostly seen in the period 18th to 19th centuries under the British India Region that was primarily started by the Peshwa rulers.
'Shah Jahan' was the fifth Mughal emperor of India. Shah Jahan meaning 'King of the World', is mostly known for his contributions to Indian Mughal architecture. Apart from this, he was one of the famous and most successful Mughal emperors. Here in this article, we have briefly described the journey of this successful king and his key contributions.
Islam is one of the oldest religions in the world. It is believed that only one God has created this universe. In the Muslim world, Islam is widely practised.
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Medieval history is a study of Indian history from the 8th century to the 16th century. It covers historical events and dynasties of early medieval India, including Rajputs, Cholas, Brahmins, Slave Dynasty, Delhi sultanate and Mughal empire. Apart from political and military events of the period, medieval history also sheds light on the era’s economic systems and cultural activities. It continues to have an impact on numerous cultural and economic patterns today, as well as developing a foundation for studying Modern Indian History.