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Pg. 26 b How Allauddin Khaliji maintained his army? Discuss, Define Iqta. Explain the agrarian policies followed by the Delhi Sultans.​

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Alaud-Dīn Khaljī (r. 1296–1316), born Ali Gurshasp, was an emperor of the Khalji dynasty that ruled the Delhi Sultanate in the Indian subcontinent. Alauddin instituted a number of significant administrative changes, related to revenues, price controls, and society.

Alauddin Khalji

Sultan

Sikander - e- Sani

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Sultan Alauddin Khalji

Sultan of Delhi

Reign

19 July 1296–4 January 1316

Coronation

21 October 1296

Predecessor

Jalaluddin Firuz Khalji

Successor

Shihabuddin Omar

Governor of Awadh

Tenure

c. 1296–19 July 1296

Governor of Kara

Tenure

c. 1291–1296

Predecessor

Malik Chajju

Successor

ʿAlāʾ ul-Mulk

Amir-i-Tuzuk (equivalent to Master of ceremonies)

Tenure

c. 1290–1291

Born

Ali Gurshasp

c.1266

Died

4 January 1316 (aged 49–50)

Delhi, India

Burial

Madrasa and tomb of Alauddin Khalji, Delhi[1]

Spouse

Malika-i-Jahan (daughter of Jalaluddin)

Jhatyapali (Yadava princess of Deogiri)

Mahru (sister of Alp Khan)

Kamaladevi (ex-wife of Karna)

Issue

Khizr Khan

Shadi Khan

Qutb ud din Mubarak Shah

Shihab-ud-din Omar

Regnal name

Alauddunya wad Din Muhammad Shah-us Sultan

House

Khalji dynasty

Father

Shihabuddin Mas'ud

Religion

Islam

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