Medieval India: From Sultanat To The Mughals-Delhi Sultanat 1206-1526
Medieval India: From Sultanat To The Mughals-Delhi Sultanat (1206-1526) – 1 explores the period from 1206 to 1526, in India and talks about the rulers of the time. It is a critique of the social, economic, and political condition of the people, from the medieval period of Indian history. Like all big things that come in small packages, this one has gems of important information adorned in simple English that is suitable for a wide audience.
The contents of the book describe the conditions in central and west Asia, and the Rajput Kingdom in the 10th century, and Delhi Sultanat. It also talks about topics like Internal Conflicts, Mongol Threats, Rebellions, the Bahamani Kingdom, advent of the Portuguese, Gujarat Malwa, and all the activity till 1526.
Medieval India: From Sultanat To The Mughals-Delhi Sultanat (1206-1526) – 1 is a compilation of detailed research, into the times before the Mughal rule in India. It chronicles the various aspects of the times, and aims to analyse it for a better understanding of the foundation of the Mughal rule and what actually led to it. The book, apart from helping a student grasp a general understanding of the times, is recommended for an individual pursuing graduate studies in history. It is also useful for an IAS aspirant. Published by Har Anand Publications in 2007, the book is available in paperback.