DELHI SULTANATE

DELHI SULTANATE
SUMMARY
Delhi sultanate was founded by Qutbuddin Aibak
The main dynasties that comprised the delhi sultanate were the mamluks , the khiljis and tughlaqs
Muhammed bin tughlaq introduced some ill-fated experiments such as shifting the capital to
daulatabad, and introducing token currency
The Invasion of Delhi by Timur in 1398 contributed to the downfall of the sultanate
The rule of the sultanate ended with the defeat of Ibrahim Lodi by by Babur in 1526
DECLINE OF THE SULTANATE
SAYYID DYNASTY ( 1414 1451 )
LODI DYNASTY ( 1451 1526 )
ADMINSTRATION IN THE SULTANATE
THE SULTAN
NOBLES AND OFFICIALS
THE ARMY
DIVISION OF THE EMPIRE
THE JUDICIARY
THE ROYAL HOUSEHOLD
ECONOMY
SOCIETY
TUGLAQ DYNASTY
GHIYASUDDIN TUGHLAQ( 1320 24 )
MOHAMED BIN TUGHLAQ ( 1324 51 )
FIROZ SHAH TUGHLAQ ( 1351 88 )
KHILJI DYNASTY
JALALUDDIN KHILJI ( 1290 96 )
ALUDDIN KHILJI (1296 1316)
MAMLUK DYNASTY
QUTBUDIN AIBAK ( 1206 10 )
ILTUTMISH ( 1210 36 )
RAZIA SULTAN ( 1236 39
NASIRUDDIN MAHUD ( 1246 65 )
GHIYASUDDIN BALBAN ( 1265 87 )
TURKISH RULE IN INDIA
MOHAMMED GHORI (1202 1206)
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