Medieval India: From Sultanat to the Mughals-Delhi Sultanat (1206-1526) - Part One

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Har-Anand Publications, 2004 - India - 290 pages
The present work is a broad survey of political, social, economic and cultural developments in India between 1206 and 1526. These three and a quarter centuries, called the Delhi Sultanat, is sometimes seen as a dark age of war and rapine in which little developments took place.
 

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Contents

West and Central Asia Between the 10th
13
Rajput Kingdoms in North India 10th
19
Causes of the Defeat of the Rajputs
29
Delhi Sultanat 13th Century
35
Internal Rebellions Conquest of
44
The Mongol Threat to India during the
64
Internal Restructuring of the Delhi
75
188
78
Court and the Royal Household
139
a Economic Life
145
b Social Life
158
Politics State Society and the Economy in South
175
Establishment of Portuguese Control
192
Rise of Regional Kingdoms in North India
210
Religious and Cultural Life Under
230
The State in India under the Sultanat
265

Problems of a Centralised AllIndiaState
96
Rebellions and Changes in the Ruling Class
108
Reorganisation of the Nobility and the
119
Disintegration of the Delhi Sultanat and its
126

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