The position of Hindus under the Delhi Sultanate, 1206-1526
In This Book Dr.K.L. Srivastava Deals With The Position Of The Hindus Under The Sultans Of Delhi. In The Peculiar Conditions Of India In This Period, The Political Behaviour Of Muslim Rulers Towards The Hindus Was Often Influenced By Muslim Religious And Constitutional Doctrines.
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