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Medieval India: From Sultanat to the Mughals-Delhi Sultanat (1206-1526 ...
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Age of the Three Empires From the Eighth tp the 7
The Chola Empire From the Ninth to the TwelfthCentury
Economic and Social Life Education and Religious Beliefs 8001200
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administration Afghans Aibak Ajmer Alauddin Khalji Arab army Bahmani kingdom Bahmani sultan Bakhtiyar Khalji Balban Barani battle became Bengal Bhakti Bhoja Bihar brahmanas Buddhist Caliph called capital caste cavalry Central Asia chiefs China Chola Chola rulers conquest continued cultural Deccan defeated Delhi Sultanat Deogir Deva Raya doab dominated dynasty eastern Europe famous feudal fifteenth century Firuz Tughlaq Ganga Ghazni Ghurids governor Gujarat Hindu horses Iltutmish important Iran Islam Jainism Jains Kanauj Kashmir Khan Khusrau Khwarizmi king Krishna land revenue languages large number Lodi Madurai Malwa merchants Mewar Mongols Mughals Muhammad Tughlaq Muizzuddin Muslim nobles north India Orissa Pala peasants period Persian plunder political Portuguese Pratihara Prithviraja Punjab raids rajas Rajasthan Rajput Rana Ranthambhor Rashtrakuta rebellions reign rule Sanskrit Shah Sharqi slaves soldiers struggle Sufi Sufi saints temples tenth century throne tion towns trade Turkish Turks twelfth century Vijayanagara villages Warangal West Asia women