Q1. True/False

                         i.        Coins minted in Delhi, called dehliwal. ______

                        ii.        Raziyya is from the Rajput dynasty. _______

                       iii.        Kharaj was a tax on cultivation. ________

                       iv.        Ibn Battuta, a fourteenth-century traveller was from Morocco, Africa. ______

                        v.        Alauddin used a “token” currency, somewhat like present-day paper currency. ________


Q2. Fill in the blanks

                          i.        Raziyya was removed from the throne in __________.

                         ii.        In ______ Sultan Iltutmish’s daughter, ___________, became Sultan.

                        iii.        Delhi first became the capital of a kingdom under the_____________.

                        iv.        Kakatiya dynasty of Warangal is a part of modern ________________.

                        v.        Delhi became an important city only in the _____________century.

                       vi.        Mughal emperor Humayun, was defeated by________________.


Q3. What is the time of rule of Ananga Pala?


Q4. What was the other name for Iqtadar?


Q5. Who abolished the Iqta System?


Q6. What was the language of administration under the Delhi Sultans?


Q7. From which country did Ibn Battuta travel to India?


Q8. When was Moth ki Masjid built?


Q9. For how many years Suri dynasty ruled?


Q10. Who made the plan to capture Mongol territory?


Q11. Which ruler first established his or her capital at Delhi?


Q12. What does the word mosque literally mean?


Q13. In whose reign did the Sultanate reach its farthest extent?


Q14. When and where the idea of "Three orders" was first formulated?


Q15. What is a mosque called in Arabic?


Q16. What was the duty of muqtis?


Q17. Why did the authors of Persian tawarikh criticise the Delhi Sultans?


Q18. What is called qibla?


Q19. Name the main mosque of Jahanpanah.


Q20. Who defeated the Tomara Rajputs and when?


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