This is a history of Muslim Sultanate rule in India approximately from 1206 to 1555. Several Sultanate kings of Turkish, Sayeed and Afghan origin ruled India and left a stamp of their rule on the history of India. The whole account is quite authentic and reliable since it's based on the study of ancient Persian historical records, and their english translators, later works of Persian historians and scholars, travelogues, Muslim law and justice system, coins, Inscriptions Numismatics and Epigraphy, as well modern books on history of Sultanate period. The brief headings on the margins of each topic facilitate the readers' work. It covers all aspects of Sultanate rule such as Islamic religion, Shariat law, and status of sovereignty, governance, finance and education. The language is communicative and easily intelligible.
Daulat Khan Lodhi, Buhlul, Sikander, Ibrahim, Sher Shah, Qutb-ud-din Aibak, Khiljis, Qarawinah, Tughluq, Sayyids, Lodis, 
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