[] Aibak's son succeeded him, but the Delhi nobles soon replaced him by Shams-ud-din Iltutmish, Aibak's son-in-law. The new ruler was faced with a very difficult task, for not only was Muslim rule in India far from consolidated, but powerful military leaders in …
Qutubuddin Aibak became the ruler of Delhi. 1210 AD: Qutubuddin Aibak died. 1221 AD: Mongol invasion of India under Chengiz Khan. 1236 AD: Razia Sultana ascended the throne of Delhi. 1240 AD: Razia Sultana’s death. 1296 AD: Alauddin Khilji became the Sultan of Delhi. 1316 AD: Alauddin Khilji died. 1325 AD: Muhammad-bin-Tughlaq overtook the
When Qutubuddin Aibak looted Rajputana, he killed the King of Mewad and captured hindu prince Karan Singh. Along with the looted wealth and the prince, he also took the prince's hindu horse *Shubhrak* to Lahore. In Lahore, Karan Singh tried to escape and got caught in the process.
11 rulers of Slave dynasty from Sultan Qutubuddin Aibak to Sultan Shams-ud-din Kyomars ruled Delhi from 1206-1290. This dynasty also has the honor of having the only female ruler Raziyyat-ud-din Sultana (aka Razia Sultan), who rose to power after removing drunkard brother Rukn-ud-Din Firoz. This history section consists of questions related to Arab invasion in India. Questions asked in various competitive exams are included here. It would be easy to understand. Practicing these Questions and Answers in online helps you to improve your ability to attend the real time competitive exams.
Muhammad Ghori played an important role in establishing Delhi Sultanate. Ghori appointed loyal and capable mum looks as governors of various states of his empire. Delhi was governed by a muluk Qutub uddin aibak. Son of the assassination of Ghauri in 1206, these States gradually became independent and thus become the era of Delhi sultanate.
Qutb ul Aqtab Khwaja Sayyid Muhammad Bakhtiyar AlHussaini Qutbuddin Bakhtiar Kaki (born 1173-died 1235) was a Muslim Sufi mystic, saint and scholar of the Chishti Order from Delhi, in what is now India.He was the disciple and the spiritual successor of Moinuddin Chishti as head of the Chishti order, and the person to whom the Qutb Minar, Delhi is dedicated.