bd40bc7c7a We know of Firuz Shah Tughlaq in part through his 32-page autobiography, titled Futuhat-e-firozshahi. He was 45 when he became Sultan of Delhi in 1351. Romila Thapar. Password recovery Recover your password your email A password will be e-mailed to you. Sign in Welcome! Log into your account your username your password Forgot your password? Get help Create an account Create an account Welcome! Register for an account your email your username A password will be e-mailed to you. Popular categories are Islamic Books,Urdu digests,Ibne Safi Novls,Imran Series by various writers,Jasoosi novels,Serial novels,Romantic and Social Novels,History Novels,Children Books,English Books,Computer Books in Urdu and Cooking Books.. Hameed Ahmad Faraz Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi Ahmed Yar Khan Aleem Ul Haq Haqqi Allama Iqbal Anwaar Siddiqui Anwar Alegi Ashfaq Ahmad Aslam Rahi MA Bano Qudsia Bushra Rehman Dr Abdur Rab Bhatti Dr. ^ "West Gate of Firoz Shah Kotla".
With much difficulty the camp followers convinced Firuz to accept the responsibility. OCLC10349790. p.75. The Sultan captured Cuttack, desecrated the Jagannath Temple, Puri, and forced Raja Gajpati of Jajnagar in Orissa to pay tribute. Religious beliefs Islam Sultan Firoz Shah Tughluq (Persian: , Hindi: ; 1309 September 20, 1388) was a Turkic Muslim ruler of the Tughlaq Dynasty, who reigned over the Sultanate of Delhi from 1351 to 1388. He was the son of a Hindu princess of Dipalpur. His fathers name was Rajab (the younger brother of Ghazi Malik) who had the title Sipahsalar. Sultan Feroze Shah Tughluq succeeded his cousin Muhammad bin Tughluq following the latters death from a fatal illness, but due to widespread unrest Sultan Feroze Shah Tughluqs realm was much smaller than Muhammads. You may download it for offline reading but you must buy the original hard copy which better one. (July 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message) . He stopped all kinds of harsh punishments such as cutting off hands. He increased the salary of the nobles.