KILLER KEBABS.  Ibn Battuta, a Moroccan traveler, in India, wrote during his travels in India that Kebab was served in the royal houses during the Delhi Sultanate period(1206-1526 AD). It was popular to an extent that commoners would enjoy it for breakfast with naan as staple... Read more: www.covetlo.com/discover-product-online #storyoftheweek #beststories #stories

KILLER KEBABS. Ibn Battuta, a Moroccan traveler, in India, wrote during his travels in India that Kebab was served in the royal houses during the Delhi Sultanate period(1206-1526 AD). It was popular to an extent that commoners would enjoy it for breakfast with naan as staple... Read more: www.covetlo.com/discover-product-online #storyoftheweek #beststories #stories

Sultan Mahmud

Sultan Mahmud

tamerlane defeats sultan of delhi

tamerlane defeats sultan of delhi

Mu'izz al-Din Muhammad bin Sam, aka Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Ghori (1173-1206), the second Muslim invader of India

Mu'izz al-Din Muhammad bin Sam, aka Shahab-ud-din Muhammad Ghori (1173-1206), the second Muslim invader of India

Mahmud of Ghazni

Mahmud of Ghazni

Muhamad Bin Tughluq seated on throne along with courtiers and a warrior offering a head of a human being

Muhamad Bin Tughluq seated on throne along with courtiers and a warrior offering a head of a human being

The Delhi Sultanate: A Political and Military History (Hardcover)

The Delhi Sultanate: A Political and Military History (Hardcover)

The Delhi Sultanate was a Muslim kingdom, it was set up by a Turkish man, mosques were created throughout India, changing their architecture greatly. —A/P

The Delhi Sultanate was a Muslim kingdom, it was set up by a Turkish man, mosques were created throughout India, changing their architecture greatly. —A/P

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