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india's muslim empires
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The Persian word for "Muslim ruler."
The Sultan of Ghur defeated Hindu armies across the north and made this city his capital
In 1398 after he plundered and devastated the northern plain, it was said "not even a bird on the wing moved
Another word for "local Hindu rulers."
"A vigorous attack."
The Indian holy man Nanak created this new religion which gracefully blended Islam with Hinduism
In 1526 he swept away the remnants of the Delhi Sultanate and set up the Mughal dynasty
The successors of the Sultan of Ghur would build this empire which lasted from 1206 to 1526 and marked the start of Muslim rule in northern India
Known for his tolerant policies, he was the chief builder of the Mughal Empire
Shah Jahan built this breathtaking Persian memorial for his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal