Millennium History

History of Asia

  • Invasion of Taimur, 1398 AD

    Taimurlang, also known as Timur (1336–1405 AD), was a 14th-century military ruler who founded the great Timurid dynasty. The 18th century historian Edward Gibbon has written in relation to Timurlang that The countries on which Timur hoisted his conquest, there were also knowingly or unknowingly the

  • Rise of Marathas and Kshatrapati Shivaji

    The creation of the Maratha state is a revolutionary event. The Marathas had bright traditions in political and cultural work in the pre-medieval period of Indian history. At that time he supported the national side under the Yadavas of Devagiri. In the time of Alauddin, his independence was destroy

  • Delhi Sultanate:Sayyid and Lodi Dynasty, 1414-1450 AD (Delhi Sultanate:Syed and Lodi Dynasty, 1414-1450 AD)

    After the death of Sultan Mahmud, the chieftains of Delhi accepted Daulat Khan Lodi as the Sultan of Delhi. In March, 1414 AD, Khizr Khan, who was the ruler of Multan and the territories under Timur, raised an army against him and took control of Delhi by the end of May the same year and sent Daulat

  • War of Succession Among Shah Jahan's sons

    Shah Jahans four sons and three daughters Was. His eldest daughter Jahanara Was. Darashikoh Shah Jahans eldest son who lived near him. Shah Shuja was the second son of Shah Jahan, who was in Bengal. Roshanara was the second daughter of Emperor Shah Jahan. Aurangzeb Shah Jahans third son was the one

  • Turk Invasion of India:Mahmud Ghaznavi (Turk Invasion of India:Mahmud Ghaznavi)

    The Arab invasion of Sindh led by Muhammad-bin-Qasim in the early 8th century had no lasting results. The kingdom of the Arabs could not spread to the east of Sindh and Multan and soon their power waned. Three centuries after the Arab conquest, India was attacked by the Turks. Turks were a barbaric

  • Muhammad Ghori's Invasions:The foundation of Turk Power in India

    Gor was a small mountainous region in the inaccessible mountainous region between the Ghaznavid Empire and the Saljuq Empire of Herat. The region was so remote and isolated that even though it was surrounded by small Muslim kingdoms until the end of the twelfth century, non-Islamic i.e. a form of Ma

  • Political Condition of India at the Time of Babur's Invasion

    The condition of India at the time of Baburs invasion was almost the same as it was during the Ottoman invaders in the 11th century. The process of disintegration of Delhi Sultanate had started from the time of Tughlaq Sultans when the kingdoms of Vijayanagar and Bahmani were established during the

  • Nasiruddin Muhammad Humayun

    Humayun was the eldest of Baburs four sons- Humayun, Kamran, Askari and Hindal. Nasiruddin Muhammad Humayun was born from the womb of Babars wife Maham Begum March 6, 1508 AD happened in Kabul. Maham Begum married Babar in 1506 AD happened. Babur made special arrangements for Humayuns education, so

  • Delhi Sultanate:Slave Dynasty 1206-1290 A.D.

    Ottoman invasion of India:Mahmud Ghaznavi  The establishment of the Sultanate was a landmark event in Indian history. The establishment of the Delhi Sultanate was a result of the expansionist activities that encouraged religious and political changes in Arabia and Central Asia as a result of the est

  • Era of Expansion of Delhi Sultanate :Khilji Dynasty 1290-1320 AD (Age of expansion of Delhi Sultanate :Khilji Dynasty 1290-1320 A.D.)

    The second ruling family of the Delhi Sultanate was the Khilji dynasty. This dynasty was founded by Jalaluddin Khilji, who started his life as a soldier. Although the Khilji clan had been settled in Afghanistan for a long time, this dynasty, like its predecessor Ghulam Sultans, was originally from T

  • Sen Dynasty of Bengal

    Political History of Rashtrakuta Dynasty The Sen dynasty established its dominance in Bengal, India in the middle of the 12th century and ruled for 160 years. This important dynasty of Bengal was founded by Samantasen Radh It was done at a place. Its capital is Nadia (Lucknauti) Was. During the hey

  • Sen Dynasty of Bengal

    Political History of Rashtrakuta Dynasty The Sen dynasty established its dominance in Bengal, India in the middle of the 12th century and ruled for 160 years. This important dynasty of Bengal was founded by Samantasen Radh It was done at a place. Its capital is Nadia (Lucknauti) Was. During the hey

  • Chaulukya or Solanki Dynasty of Gujarat

    After the death of Harsha, the Pratiharas established a single empire in the whole of North India. But by the time of Vijayapala (960 AD), the vast Pratihara empire was completely disintegrated and political chaos and disorder arose again in North India. Among the dynasties that arose on the ruins o

  • Parmar Dynasty

    The Parmar dynasty ruled Malwa, Ujjain, Mount Abu and the region around the Indus in west-central India from the 9th to the 14th centuries. The early rulers of this dynasty probably ruled as feudatories subordinate to the Rashtrakutas of Manyakheta. The oldest Parmar inscriptions of the 10th century

  • Chandelas of Jejakabhukti

    After the fall of the Pratihara Empire, an independent kingdom of the Chandela dynasty was established on the territory of Bundelkhand. The inscriptions refer to the Chandela rulers as Chandelas of Jejakabhukti It is said because the ancient name of Bundelkhand Jejakabhukti was. According to an in

  • Gurjara Pratihara Dynasty

    The post-Harsh period saw the rise of the Pratihara dynasty in the Gurjaratra region, who are known as the Gurjara-Pratiharas due to their belonging to a Rajput branch of the Gurjars. Gurjardesh or Gurjaratra The area extended to the eastern part of the state of Rajasthan and the northern part of th

  • Rashtrakuta Ruler Dantidurga (Rashtrakuta Ruler Dantidurga, 735-756 AD)

    Political History of Rashtrakuta Dynasty  Indra II was followed by his Chalukyavanshi wife Bhavanaga The son born from Dantidurga (735-756 AD) became the king, who is considered to be the real founder of the Rashtrakuta kingdom. Although Dantidurga was also initially a feudatory of the Chalukya rule

  • Rashtrakuta Ruler Krishna I (Rashtrakuta Ruler Krishna I, 756-774 AD)

    According to an article obtained from Chittaldurga, Dantidurga had no son and after his death his uncle Krishna I ascended the Rashtrakuta Rajpeeth around 756 AD. On the occasion of his coronation, he auspicious and Akaalvarsh took the title of. V.A. According to Smith, Krishna I had taken over the

  • Rashtrakuta Ruler Dhruva 'Dharavarsha' (Rashtrakuta Ruler Dhruva 'Dharavarsha', 780-793 AD)

    Dhruv took over the reins of the Rashtrakuta dynasty by overthrowing his forefather Govind II. There is no clear knowledge of the date of Dhruvas accession. Jinsens Jain Harivanshpuran It is said that Krishnas son Srivallabh (Kshirvallabh) was ruling in the south in 783 AD. Although in articles for

  • Rashtrakuta Ruler Govind III (Rashtrakuta Ruler Govind III, 793-814 AD)

    Dhruv I had many sons, in which the names of the pillars Ravanloka, Karkasuvarnavarsha, Govind III and Indra are clearly found. His four sons were capable and ambitious and were serving in important positions during the reign of their father. Stambh was ruling as the ruler of Gangwadi after the defe

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