Character and Achievement As a determined and just ruler

Character and Achievement As a determined and just ruler

Character and Achievement As a determined and just ruler

Alexander the Great gained the respect of his contemporaries. He expanded agriculture and trade in the empire by restoring internal peace and order, maintaining accounts of government revenue and expenditure, as well as abolishing grain taxes and internal taxes. He was just and! He looked at everyone with equal eyes. To be aware of the activities of the elite employees of the empire and the merry Afghans. For he strengthened the spy system. Datta and Dayal Sultan compiled a list of the poor and destitute of the empire and arranged for 6 months rationing for them. Respect for scholars and wise men was one of the characteristics of his character. V. D. Mahajan said, "He patronized educated people and wrote poems in Persian himself." Under his auspices, Mina Bhuiyan wrote a book on medicine in Sanskrit called 'Tibbi'. Sikandari's translation into Persian. However, he introduced orthodoxy in religious matters. According to the historian Nizamuddin, "his fanaticism was outrageous." Among the Lady Sultans, Sikandar Lady was the most deserving person. K. S. According to Lal, "Alexander the Great's 29-year reign was glorious."

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Ibrahim Laedi (1517-1526 AD)

Ascension to the throne. After the death of his father Sikandar Ladi, Ibrahim Ladi ascended the throne of Delhi. On the throne. He took the title of Shah. He was the last sultan of the Lady dynasty. Early Disaster Macabillah: Shortly after Ibrahim Ladi ascended the throne, a section of the Afghan aristocracy proclaimed his younger brother Jalal Khan Laidi as the independent sultan of Jaunpur. Ibrahim Laedi

With the help of Teh Khan and Khan Jahan, Jalal Khan was defeated and killed by poison. He even assassinated his other brothers on suspicion of murdering the throne. Ibrahim's brutal behavior sparked his feud with the Afghan elite. State Conquest and Suppression of Rebellion: After tackling the initial problem, Ibrahim Laladi looks at Gwalior and Mebar. Ibrahim Lady Gayaliar for disobeying the orders of Bikramjit Delhi, the ruler of Gayaliya fort. Image: Ibrahim Laedi attacks. Bikramjit surrendered after strong resistance. Meanwhile, Rana Sangram of Mebar killed Singh. In an attempt to establish his own dominance, Ibrahim Laedio also got involved in a feud with Rana Sangram Singh for the capture of Malab. In 1518, Ibrahim Laedi was defeated by Rana Sangram Singh. But Mebar's conflict with Delhi continues. Fate of Ibrahim Ladi: Disgusted by Ibrahim Ladi's cruelty and strict Afghan policy, Punjab ruler Daulat Khan Ladi called on Babur, the ruler of Kabul, to invade India. Achieving self-purpose. Therefore, Ibrahim Ladi's cousin Alam Khan and Rana Sangram Singh Babar of Mebar instigated the invasion of India. Meanwhile, Babur, a descendant of Timur, had an extraordinary ability to fight, as well as a strong desire to conquer the empire. So he accepted the call and took advantage of the opportunity in the first battle of the waterway in 1526 AD. Ibrahim defeated and killed Laedi and established the Mughal Empire in India. Defeat of Ibrahim Laedi. At the same time the Delhi Sultanate came to an end. Although Ibrahim Laadi was intelligent, fearless and courageous, he had many faults as a ruler and that was that. He fell into an unfavorable situation, which became more evident. The beginning of the Mughal dynasty through this defeat of Hayek, Ibrahim Ladi is a new chapter in the history of India. By addition. Group work: Describe the rise and fall of the Lady dynasty.

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The gradual decline of the Delhi Sultanate

 Muizuddin Muhammad Ghuri laid the foundation of Muslim rule in the Indian subcontinent. His faithful representative. Qutbuddin Ibek was the first in the subcontinent to sever control of the conquered region and sever ties with Ghazni. The Muslims became independent and sovereign sultans and started the Sultanate era in 1206 AD. Then. From 1526 to the Battle of Panipat, the stability of the Delhi Sultanate was maintained through various ups and downs.


The defeat of Ibrahim Laedi in the Battle of Panipat led to the downfall of the Delhi Sultanate. The fall of the Delhi Sultanate. There are various reasons for this. These can be divided into two stages- (a) internal causes, (b) external causes. The two reasons are discussed below: (a) Internal Causes 1. Dependence on military power. The first of the internal factors is the Delhi Sultana

There was no public interest in maintaining the security of the Sultanate, not on the basis of normal loyalty or nationalism of the people, based on military might. The result is the foundation of the Sultanate.

Naturally, he became weak and powerless. 2. Natural causes. According to the world-renowned historian Ibn Khaldun, the Kona dynasty lasted more than 150 years.

He is not able to maintain his energy and bravery. Normal period also in the dynasties of the Sultanate period

They fell because they had passed. Because after the rise and fall, this is the normal rule. 3. Weaknesses of later rulers: The Delhi Sultanate was dependent on the personal will of the Sultans. His.

The existence of good governance and sultanate depended on personal ability and competence. But whenever the sultans became weak, various kinds of anarchy, rebellion and chaos appeared in the empire. Early Sultanate

With the exception of a few rulers, most of the subsequent reigns led to the downfall of the Delhi Sultanate. 4. Lack of precise inheritance policy: In empire often due to lack of precision in the inheritance policy of the throne.

Gaelic was seen. After the Sultan's death, the conspiratorial aristocracy clashed with several members of the royal family to support him as heir to the throne. This weakened the stability of the empire.

5. Moral Deterioration and Luxury Addiction: Moral Deterioration of the Sultans and the Aristocracy and the Luxury Addiction of the Rajya Sabha

He made the whole system of governance corrupt. Except for the reign of Alauddin Khalji alone, during the reigns of other sultans, extensive luxury and corruption destroyed the moral claim to rule the country. Enormity of Empire: The Sultani Empire extended over the whole of North India and South India. Authorities in various provinces have repeatedly raised the banner of rebellion due to lack of transportation.

And most of the time it was not possible for the sultans of Delhi to suppress those revolts. ... Weaknesses of feudal rule: Sultani rule followed feudal system. Due to which in the central government

If there was weakness, different parts of the state would have become independent. As a result, the sultans were always busy suppressing the rebellion. The lust for power and selfishness of the bureaucrats, military leaders and provincial rulers and

Lack of unwavering allegiance to the central government weakened the system of governance. 6. Lack of secularism: Most sultans are bigoted and narrow-minded instead of secular.

Introduced mindfulness. They did not have the political foresight to realize the need for secular rule in India. As a result, the majority of non-Muslims living in the empire always wished for the destruction and downfall of the Sultanate. Disorder during the reigns of Muhammad bin Tughlaq and Firaj Shah Tughlaq: Muhammad bin Tughlaq's unrealistic idealism and ineffective planning not only weakened the economic base of the empire, but also diminished the sultan's status among the common people. On the other hand, the re-introduction of the feudal system of Firaj Shah Tughlaq and the introduction of slavery further weakened the Sultanate rule.



The Sultan of Tagit Khet was founded on Latan's personal autocracy. Sultan himself. The society was the source of power and authority. Give stability and stability to the Delhi Empire.

On the day of the fall of the Maltans on their own power and personality, the Saman and Nasim imperialist good governance was conducted and all the rules and regulations of the Saj were maintained; Otherwise rebellion and anarchy would have prevailed. The weak ruler would have been unable to extend his dominion over the powerful and influential aristocracy. Only a handful of Sultan Salan Biggs, he said, except for Sultan Aladdin Khalji Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq, said most of the rulers of the Delhi Sultanate were weak, inadequate.

During the reign of these weak sultans, the rebellion, chaos and corruption of the empire took a prominent shape. 11. The Disadvantages of Slavery: Towards the end of the Sultanate, the number of useless slaves increased dramatically.

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There was more harm than good

Character and Achievement As a determined and just ruler


In the end, the slaves did not become a source of power for the Delhi Sultanate.

Became the center. 12. Opposition of Hindus: Most of the inhabitants of India were Hindus. Anti-Hindu sentiments and non-Muslims

The fall of the Delhi Sultanate was halted due to obstruction at Prajabar. The non-Muslims, whenever they saw the weakness of the central government, would incite revolt in different parts of the empire and create chaos. Delhi

Some of the sultans probably lost their allegiance to the Hindus because of their divisive policies. 13, lack of public sincerity. As a result of the closure of the free association of the aristocracy, it became intense among the masses

Dissatisfaction and antagonism occur. In addition, the local people should accept this attitude of the ruling party easily

Couldn't. They wanted the fall of the ruling class. 14. Economic Crisis: Crisis due to luxury, war, slavery, feudalism etc.

The apparent failure of Muhammad bin Tughlaq's master plan, however, did not only hurt the Tughlaq dynasty but also shook the foundations of the Delhi Sultanate. On the other hand, it is necessary to spend a lot of money in the defense sector to resist the Mangal forces. Firaz Shah's generosity, the tendency to enslave,

Due to the concentration of building public welfare institutions, a lot of money has to be spent from the treasury. (B) External Causes 1, Mangal invasion: Mangal invasion and plunder was a curse on the Sultanate. Just tell me

And no one except Alauddin Khalji took effective measures to prevent the Mangal attack. As a result

The Mangals weakened the empire by inflicting repeated blows.  2. Timur's invasion: Timur Long's invasion of India at a time when the Delhi Sultanate was fast approaching decline. And the plunder and killings in Delhi destroyed the political unity of India and brought down the Delhi Sultanate. 3, Babur's attack. In the end, the aristocracy became disgusted with the tyranny and inefficiency of Ibrahim Laidi of the Ladi dynasty.

The class and relatives were counting the days waiting for the end of the Lady regime. In this situation Daulat Khan, the ruler of Punjab, invited Babar, the ruler of Kabul, to invade India. In the army of Babur in 1526 AD. He advanced and defeated and killed Ibrahim Laedi in the desert of Panipath. His invasion brought an end to Turkish-Afghan rule in India and laid the foundation of the Mughal Empire.


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