The Delhi Sultans CBSE Notes For Class 7 History | DailyHomeStudy

Written by on May 30, 2021 in Notes

Delhi first became the capital of a kingdom under the Tomara Rajputs, who were defeated by Chauhan (also called Chahamanas) of Ajmer.

The transformation of Delhi into a capital that controlled a vast area of the subcontinent started with the foundation of the Delhi Sultanate at the beginning of the 13th century.

Rulers of Delhi

Tomars

Early 12th century 1165.

Chauhans

Slave Dynasty

Khilji Dynasty

Tughlaq Dynasty

Sayyid Dynasty: 1414-1451 (It was the only Shia dynasty)

Lodi Dynasty: 1451-1526

Finding out about the Delhi Sultans

From Garrison Town to Empire

Administration and Consolidation

The Sultanate in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries

Delhi became the capital of a kingdom under the Tomara Rajputs.

Tawarikh

Raziyya

The Early Sultanate

Dhaliwal

The place where coins were minted.

Tarikh

History.

Tawarikh

Plural of Tarikh.

Birthright

 It refers to the privileges claimed on account of the birth.

Gender distinctions

Social and biological differences between men and women.

Hinterland

It refers to the land adjacent to a city or port that supply it with goods and services.

Garrison town

It refers to a town which is fortified with soldiers.

Mosque

It is called a masjid in Arabic, and literarily means a place where a Muslim prostrates in reverence to Allah.

Namaz

It refers to the prayer offered by a Muslim.

Imam

The spiritual leader of the Muslims.

Khutba

Sermon.

Client

Someone who is under the protection of another, a dependent or hanger-on.

Iqta

The territories under the military commanders were known as iqta.

Kharaj

The tax on cultivation was known as Kharaj.

Bandagan

The early Delhi Sultans especially lltutmish favoured their slaves purchased for military service. These slaves were known as bandagan in Persian.

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