Medieval India

Medieval India

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Chapter 1: Medieval India

After the death of Harsha, there was no political unity in north India for about five centuries. The country was split up into a number of states which were constantly fighting and changing their frontiers. The important kingdoms in north India were Kashmir, Gandhara, Sind, Gujarat, Kannauj, Ajmir, Malwa, Bengal and Assam. In the early eighth century Kashmir was dominant...

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Chapter 2: Era Of Balabans (1246-1287)

Ghiyasuddin Balban, who was also known as Ulugh Khan, served as Naib or regent to Sultan Nasirruddin Mahmud. He also strengthened his position by marrying his daughter to the Sultan. Balban was all powerful in the administration but he had to face the intrigues of his rivals in the royal court. ..

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Chapter 3: Vijayanagar And Bahmani Kingdoms

The history of Vijayanagar Empire constitutes an important chapter in the history of India. Four dynasties named as:..

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Chapter 4: The Mughal Empire

Babur was the founder of the Mughal Empire in India. Mughals were known as Chagtai Turks . His original name was Zahiruddin Muhammad. He was related to Timur from his father’s side and to Chengiz Khan through his mother. Babur succeeded his father Umar Shaikh Mirza as the ruler of Farghana (Uzbekistan). ..

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