24 July in History


 

On July 24th 1206, Qutub-ud-din-Aibak was crowned in Lahore upon the death of Muhammad of Ghur.

 

The Delhi Sultanate was the first Muslim Sultanate in northern India. Existing between the thirteenth and the sixteenth century, the sultanate owed its origin to Muhammad of Ghur and his lieutenant… Read More →

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