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THE TURKISH BREAKTHROUGH
THE SULTANATE 2752
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Abul Fazl administration Afghan Agra Ahmadnagar Aibek Akbar Ala-ud-din Khilji Amirs amongst annexed appointed Arab army Aurangzeb Babar Bahadur Shah Bahmani Balban Barani Bengal Bijapur chief comprised conquest Consequently consolidate corroborated court death Deccan defeated Delhi Sultanate Devgiri Doab dynasty economic Emperor equally Faujdar Firuz Tughlaq forces Ghazni Ghori Golkonda governor Gujarat Hindu historians Humayun Ibrahim Iltutmish Imperial incharge India invasion Islam Jagirs Jahangir Jaunpur Jeziya Kabul Khan's Khusrau king kingdom Lahore lakhs land revenue Lodi Mahabat Mahmud Malik Malwa Mansab Mansabdars Maratha medieval Mewar military monarchy Mongols Moreland Moreover Mughal empire Muhammad Tughlaq Muslim never nobility nobles Nurjahan officers Parganas peace peasants Persian political Prince proved provinces Punjab Qandhar Raja Rajputs rebellion reforms region reign religious royal rule ruler Sarkars Sawar secured Shah's Shahi Shahjahan Sher Khan Sher Shah Shivaji Singh soldiers successors territories tion troops Turkish Turks ulemas Uzbegs Vijayanagar warfare Wazir