The above monuments are build during the Delhi Sultanate -:
5.Firoz shah tughlaq's tomb
6.Mosque of jamali kamali
7.Moth ki masjid
P.S. - These monuments period might be different but those periods belong in the Delhi Sultanate.
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Type your answer here... In the history of Medieval India you are serching for the pictures of the monuments , architectures in'THE DEHLI SULTANATE ' period.
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The Delhi Sultanate lost control of northern India during the long period of disunity that is also called the first disunion. This took place between 220 and 589.
The 5 famous monuments in india built in the medieval period are Qutub Minar,Meenakshi temple, Red Fort, Victoria Memorial, Taj Mahal
Because the minority Muslims ruled much of Northern India from 1206 to 1526 in a period known as the Delhi Sultanate.
These are some very popular monuments of India built by the Mughal Sultanate:Taj MahalRed Fort of AgraRed Fort of DelhiHumayun's TombFatehpur SikriAurangabadQutb Minar
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Arab armies attacked to restore Arab influence in India
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There are 53 monuments in India.over 200 are in india.
taj mahal india gate
Raziya sultan was the founder of the Sultanate dynasty in India.
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A century is a 100 years so it relates to the period 1300 to 1399. We normally don't have historians assigned by century. During this period India was fragmented with the main power in the hands of the Delhi Sultanate. In the South existed the Vijaynagar Kingdom. The North West was dominated by Afghans
monuments are for living, not the dead
taj mahal is a monument built in india medieval period by shahjahan in the memory of his wife mumtaz mahal.
why were the founders of the Delhi sultanate able to conquer India?
Delhi Sultanate, refers to the various Muslim dynasties that ruled in India (1210-1526).
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We are always wasting a lot of money on repairation of these monuments and on the other hand india is incresing on poverty.
A characteristic Indo-Islamic-Persian style that flourished on the Indian subcontinent during the Mughal empire (1526-1857). This new style combined elements of Islamic art and architecture, which had been introduced to India during the Delhi Sultanate (1192-1398) and had produced great monuments such as the Qutb Minar, with features of Persian art and architecture. Mughal monuments are found chiefly in northern India, but there are also many remains in Pakistan. This article discusses these distinctive forms of art and architecture as they developed under a succession of Mughal emperors.
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Brifely discuss the developments in mathematics and astronomy during Gupta period in India