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Q: Who was Delhi sultan to impose Jizya even on the Brahmins?
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Who was the 1st ruler to introduce Jizya?

Jizya was not just introduced, it is a command sent by Allah.No-one has created this tax, however, the first to use it was the Holy Prophet PBUH.


What two types were the jizya and zakat?

they were called the muhamed desendace.


What is Jizya system?

the money someone has to pay for not following the rules of a united community.


Who stopped jizya in India?

jahandar shah who was the grandson of Aurangzeb abolished jizyah in india.


Which Mughal ruler reimposed 'Jizya' in 1679 upon the non-Muslims?

Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb reimposed Jizya on non-Muslims in 1679. According to Mughal records, the Jizya was imposed on Hindus With the object of curbing the infidels, and of distinguishing the land of the faithful from an infidel land. Manucci says that Aurangzeb did this for two reasons: by this time his treasures had begun to shrink owing to expenditure on his campaigns; and secondly, to force the Hindus to become Muslims.


Why did mohammed tolerate Jews and christians?

He tolerated them as long as they were subservient to Muslims and paid a tax for protection (jizya)


Who pays Jizya today?

No Muslim-majority country has an official policy of imposing a Jizya tax any more. The few incidents that have been recorded in recent years are by militant groups like the Taliban in regions under their control, but these have been condemned as "extortion" by other Muslims.


What non-Muslims had to pay once they were conquered?

Jizya tax ____________________________ It is to be added tthat Jizya was taken only on the healthy youth who is capable to join army just to exempt him from joining military service. It does not apply on women, children, old people, or potent people. Currently, so far non Muslims join the army together with Muslims. they are required to pay it.


Comparison of delhi sultanate with mughals?

Common:*Islamic empires*Founder of Delhi Sultanate Qutb-ud-din Aybak was Turkic while first Mughal emperor Babur was Turco-Mongol.*Ruled most of northern India.*Made significant contribution to Indo-Islamic art and culture.*Bitter enmity with the Hindu Rajputs.*Political and cultural centers in Delhi. Mughal Shah Jahan had briefly shifted his capital to Agra though.*Both came to an end because of a non-Indian opponent. Delhi Sultanate was captured by Mughals while the Mughal Empire came to an end after Bahadur Shah Zafar was exiled to Burma by British.*Both empires had issued jizya or tax on their non-Muslim subjects at various points of time.Differences:*Delhi Sultanate was ruled by a number of dynasties like Mamuk, Khilji and Lodhi throughout its history. Mughal Empire was ruled by a single dynasty.*Delhi Sultanate lasted from 1206 to 1555, while Mughal dynasty lasted from 1526 to 1857.*Turkish governor Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah revolted against the Delhi Sultanate and created Bahmani Sultanate which ruled a major part of Southern India. Unlike the Sultanate, Mughal empire did not suffer much because of internal dissidence.*Delhi Sultanate was relatively more successful in suppressing Hindu resistance. They successfully met resistance posed by major rival Vijayanagara Empire. The Mughal Empire had lost a major portion of its empire to Hindu Maratha warriors.*Apart from Aurangzeb, Mughal emperors were more tolerant towards non-Muslims. The rulers of Delhi Sultanate were not.


Why was jizya returned after the battle?

Which battle? If the Muslims subjugated a group of non-Muslims, then those non-Muslims converted to Islam, it is possible that their jizya could be "refunded" (but not their kharaj taxes which remain tied to their land even after conversion). Or, if the battle ended in negotiations, an alternative settlement could be worked out in a treaty. Normally & in the Quran and primary Hadith, however, no exemptions/no returns are laid out. The non-Muslim must convert, pay, or be fought by the Muslims under Islamic law.


How did akbars leaderships approach differ from that of Aurangzeb?

akbar stopped the jizya tax and celebrated devali and went along the solar calendar and arabic study was discouraged while aurangzeb brought the jizya tax paid by non-muslims back and banned dancing and singing in court and himself wrote copies of the quran and quilted caps himself and earned money in that way. SO THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IS THAT AKBAR DISCOURAGED Islam AND AURANGZEB WAS A SUNNI DEVOUT MUSLIM.


How did Akbar's leadership approach differ from that of Aurangzeb?

akbar stopped the jizya tax and celebrated devali and went along the solar calendar and arabic study was discouraged while aurangzeb brought the jizya tax paid by non-muslims back and banned dancing and singing in court and himself wrote copies of the quran and quilted caps himself and earned money in that way. SO THE MAIN DIFFERENCE IS THAT AKBAR DISCOURAGED ISLAM AND AURANGZEB WAS A SUNNI DEVOUT MUSLIM.

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