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Muhammad-bin-Tughluq had no son, so he was succeeded by his cousin, Firuz Shah Tughluq. Firuz was a pious Muslim. He tried to restore law and order in the kingdom. He ruled ac…cording to Islamic laws. He got repaired and dug a number of canals from the Sutlej and Yamuna rivers. These irrigated the nearby lands. He built a number of dams and hundreds of wells were got sunk. He set up hospitals for free treatment and built rest houses. He also opened a separate department for charity. Harsh punishments like cutting off limbs were abolished. A Great Builder: Firuz Shah Tughluq was a great builder. He got as many as 120 gardens laid out in Delhi. He built 100 sarais for the convenience of the travellers and merchants. He built many towns like Ferozpur, Jaunpur, Firozabad, Hisar, and Fatehabad. Education and Learning: Firuz Shah was also also a patron of learning and education. He issued liberal grants for the promotion of education and built 50 Madrassas (schools). Firuz Shahi Madrassa at Hauz-i-Khas, in Delhi was a center of higher learning. He took steps to have Hindu religious books translated from Sanskrit to Persian, so that there should be better understanding of Hindu ideas and traditions. He also got translated books on music from Sanskrit to Persian. But Firuz Shah was a bigot. He pulled down many temples and built Mosques at their sites. He was addicted to drinking and by this he lowered the prestige of the Sultanate. Soon revolts by Jagirdars started in the country. And a number of states like Telengana (1334), Malabar (1335), Dwarsamudra (1336), and Bengal (1359) became independent. His death in 1388 AD. hastened the break-up of the Tughluq Kingdom by 1414 AD. All the successors of Firuz Shah were weaklings and incompetent.
amir khusru dehlvi wrote tughlaq nama
he was born in the year 1300
The Fire stands for the burning rage and hatred of Yavakri against Raibhya , the fire of Jealousy against Paravasu (by his father Raibhya , for becoming the chief priest).The …fire symbolizes the cyclic hatred that never ends, it also stands for the fire sacrifice. The rain stands for appeasement of the gods and reward
nagamandala by girish karnad
A synopsis is the summary of the plot of another work. It tends to list the events in the order in which they were written, and is much shorter than the work it is summari…zing. A brief summary or general survey of something. An outline of the plot of a play, film, or book.
Ghiyas Ud Din Tughlaq Shah 1
Muhammad bin tughlaq died in 1351 on his way to Thatta, Sindh in order to intervene a war between members of the Soomro tribe. He had lived to see his empire fall apart. Durin…g the latter years of his reign new kingdoms broke away in the Deccan, such as the Bahmani kingdom founded by Hasan Gangu.
No, it is primarily a history play. Though there are elements of politics, humor and tragic misuse of power by the emperor himself that leads to his failure, it can hardly be …called a tragedy.
A synopsis is a list of the high points of something. Make a list of the most important things that happened in the book, and that's your synopsis.
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"Tughlaq" is a play written by internationally reputed Girish Karnad. It tells the story of Muhammad Bin Tughlaq, exploring the rationale behind his actions and exploring …his psyche. Tughlaq was a ruler of Delhi in the 14th century.
The dolls are used as an instrument of narration and also as a projection of what the characters are thinking. They are used in the play to fill in the gaps of what is happeni…ng in the story.
The Play of Tughlaq by Girish Karnad tells a story of Muhammad bin Tughlaq who was a fourteenth century ruler in India. It tells a story of his very unsuccessful reign while d…escribing his intelligence and brilliance.