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As he started his career as a slave, the dynasty founded by him in India is known as "Slave Dynasty".
As he started his career as slave of Qutbuddin, he was called "Slave of slave".
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  Slave Dynasty - Search Results - MSN Encarta
The Slave dynasty (Urdu: سلطنت غلامان) served as the first Sultans of Delhi in India from 1206 to 1290.
The founder of the dynasty, Qutb-ud-din Aybak, was a Turkish ex-slave of the Aybak...
One of the earliest mosques in the Sub-continent, built by Qutb-ud-din; the iron pillar in the foreground is from the Gupta Dynasty Period
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  Slave dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Slave dynasty (Urdu: سلطنت غلامان) served as the first Sultans of Delhi in India from 1206 to 1290.
The founder of the dynasty, Qutb-ud-din Aybak, was a Turkish ex-slave of the Aybak tribe who rose to command the armies and administer the territory of Muhammad Ghori in India.
After the brief reigns of Balban's grandson and great-grandson, the Slave dynasty was overthrown by Jalal-ud-din Feroz Khalji of the Khalji dynasty, who had established themselves in Bihar and Bengal in Muhammad Ghori's reign.
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 ooBdoo
A mamluk (Arabic: مملوك (singular), مماليك (plural), "owned"; also transliterated mameluk, mameluke, or mamluke) was a slave soldier who converted to Islam and served the Muslim caliphs and the Ayyubid sultans during the Middle Ages.
The first Mamluk dynasty was named Bahri after the name of one of the regiments, the Bahirya or River Island regiment.
By this time the new slave recruits were introduced from Georgia in the Caucasus.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Khilji dynasty
The Khilji dynasty established themselves as rulers of Bengal under the Slave Dynasty of the Sultanate of Delhi.
The Slave dynasty served as the first Sultans of Delhi in India from 1206 to 1290.
Ikhtiar Uddin Muhammad bin Bakhtiar Khilji, one of the generals of Qutb-ud-din Aybak, conquered Bihar and Bengal in the late 12th century, and the Khiljis were feudatories of the Slave Dynasty of Delhi Sultans.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Sultanate of Delhi
Several Turko-Afghan dynasties ruled from Delhi: the Slave dynasty (1206-90), the Khilji dynasty (1290-1320), the Tughlaq dynasty (1320-1413), the Sayyid dynasty (1414-51), and the Lodi (1451-1526).
Qutb-ud-din Aybak, one of his generals, proclaimed himself Sultan of Delhi and established the first dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, the Slave or Mamluk dynasty (mamluk means "slave") after Muhammad's death in 1206.
The Khilji or Khalji dynasty, who had established themselves as rulers of Bengal in the time of Muhammad Ghori, took control of the empire in a coup which eliminated the last of the Mamluks.
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 AntiqueJades.com - Offering Antique Chinese Jade Carvings
Slave society evolves into feudalism, as large landholders jockey for control of the regional governments.
SONG(Sung) Dynasty (that held off the Mongols from 960-1279AD) strengthened Confucionism as the state "religion" and made rigorous testing compulsory for the myriad of officials that ruled the country on a daily basis.
MING Dynasty (1368-1644AD) A wonderful period in China, when the country was at peace, the arts continued to flourish, and trade with the other nations of Asia (especially Indonesia and the Philippines) grew to extensive proportions.
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 Military Slaves: A Uniquely Muslim Phenomenon - article by Daniel Pipes
The military slave dynasty par excellence; not only did almost all the soldiers begin their careers as slaves, but they formed the government in Cairo and passed the rule on to other slaves.
A slave owner recruits aliens because their foreign origin also increases their susceptibility to being molded; the owner can isolate a foreigner by eliminating any ties outside his immediate household and by forcing him to depend entirely on the small world of the master and his fellow slaves.
For the sake of comparison with ordinary slaves, the life of a military slave may be divided into three parts: acquisition, transition, and employment; at each stage his life-pattern differs dramatically from that of the ordinary slave.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Six Dynasties SIX DYNASTIES [Six Dynasties] period of Chinese history between the fall of the Han dynasty (AD 220) and the unification of China under the Sui dynasty (AD 589).
Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms FIVE DYNASTIES AND TEN KINGDOMS [Five Dynasties and Ten Kingdoms] period of Chinese history between the fall of the T'ang dynasty (AD 907) and the establishment of the Sung dynasty (AD 960).
Background The Ch'ing dynasty was established by the Manchus, who invaded China and captured Beijing in 1644, and lasted until 1911.
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 webindia123.com-Indian History-Medieval-Delhisultanate-The Slave Dynasty
He was able to quell the power of Mewatis in 1259 AD.He firmly resolved the rivalry among the 'Fourty slaves' whose decision was the final word of the dynasty.
His achievements besides the consolidation of the slave kingdom include his contribution to increase the power and importance of the ruler.
He was undoubtedly the greatest of the military rulers of the Slave dynasty.
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 Slave Dynasty: 1206-1290
Iltutmish is known as the third and greatest sultan of the Slave Dynasty.
With Balban's death in 1287 was the end of the Slave Dynasty although the Dynasty actually lasted for three years after by his inept and competing grandsons.
In general, the Hindus were grateful to Aybak and the succeeding kings of the Turkish Dynasty for at least one major reason: their ability to militarily defend against Mongol invaders, such as Ghengiz Khan, who terrorized neighboring kingdoms with their barbaric conquests.
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 Definition of Slave dynasty
The founder of the dynasty, Qutb-ud-din Aybak, was a Turkish ex-slave of the Aybak tribe who rose to command the armies and administer the territory of Muhammad Ghori in India.
Iltutmish married Qutb-ud-din's daughter, and all but one of the later sultans of the dynasty were his descendants, including his daughter, Razia, who reigned for four years.
After the brief reigns of Balban's grandson and great-grandson, the Slave dynasty was overthrown by Jalal-ud-din Feroz Khalji of the Khalji dynasty, who had established themselves in Bihar and Bengal in Muhammad Ghori's reign.
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 Does Islam really allow muslim men to rape female slaves?
Concerning having slave women, we would like to let you know that it happens to be a practice necessitated by the condition in which early Muslims found themselves vis-a-vis non-Muslims, as both parties engaged in wars.
It is, rather, means of freeing slaves; and this is clarified above in the fact that if a master got a female slave pregnant, then he could neither sell her nor give her away as a present.
The first slave that was given to him by his wife Khadija was Zayd Ibn Haritha whom the Prophet adopted as his son and called him after his name (that was before adoption was declared forbidden in Islam), but later on called him after his father.
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 Indian History - Muslim Period in India
He was one of the greatest of the military rulers of the Slave dynasty.
Mughal dynasty started with Babur ascending the throne of Agra in 1526 A.D. In the beginning his rule in India Babur had to face the problems of the Rajputs and the Afghan chiefs.
During the reign of the second son Immadi Narasimha in 1505 A.D, the Taluva chief Vira Narasimha usurped the throne and thus laid the foundation of the Taluva dynasty.
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 The Sultanates of Delhi by Neria Harish Hebbar, MD
He became the founder of the Slave Dynasty (because they were slaves at one time) and came to power in 1206.
Shams-ud-din Iltumish, another slave of Turkish extraction, who also was the son in law of Aibak, succeeded Aibak after the customary confusion and bloodbath.
The earlier sultans of the Slave Dynasty also have the dubious distinction of having been responsible for the destruction of countless temples in North India, though the attacking Mongols kept the later sultans busy, leaving them with little time for temple destruction.
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 Mamluks
Slave dynasty of Egypt, ruling the country as an independent state from 1250 until 1517, and as subjects to the Ottoman Empire until 1811.
The dynasty was formed by an aristocracy of white slaves, mamluks.
The Mamluk slaves had by definition limited rights to transfer positions and wealth to children, in order to prevent the dangers of hereditary dynasties.
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 Search Results for "DYNASTY"
...The word China is derived from Ch'in, the first dynasty to unify the country by conquering the warring feudal states of the late Chou period.
It was founded by Li Yuan and his son Li Shih-min, with the aid of Turkish allies.
7) Manco Capac, legendary founder of the Inca dynasty of Peru.
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 :: Slavery in the Old South ::
The slave who shall not have, on the property of his owner, a lot of ground to cultivate on his own account, shall be entitled to receive from the said owner one linen shirt and pantaloons for the summer, and a linen and woolen great coat and pantaloons for the winter.
Slaves in the South were generally viewed as members of the families to whom they belonged and were the recipients of a truly humanitarian social security from cradle to grave.
Slaves were, in fact, taught to read and write; they did go abroad in a manner forbidden by statute; they did congregate despite laws forbidding their assembling.
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 PlanetPapers - Bronze and the Shang Dynasty
The reign of the Shang dynasty roughly began around c1600- c1050bc, during this time the middle class artisans devoted much of their time to perfecting bronze work for ritualistic purposes as well as military basis; while the Shang kings and nobles held positions of high power and prestige over the common day labourer.
The common Shang dynasty labourer lived a very hard and tedious life, like the common Egyptian, everything was done to please the king.
Unfortunately, the Shang kings were very harsh on the people and some even referred to the Shang dynasty as ‘the Slave dynasty’ because the nobility had so much control over the common day workers, they had no shame in sacrificing other humans for ritualistic practices.
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 : ASP : QUESTIONS : SLAVERY : NON MUSLIMS ON SLAVERY - Islamherald.com
The entire history of Islam proves that slaves could occupy any office, and many former military slaves, usually recruited from among the Central Asian Turks, became military leaders and often even rulers as in eastern Iran, India (the Slave Dynasty of Delhi), and medieval Egypt (the Mamluks).
To manumit a slave has always been regarded as one of the most meritorious of all acts, and many passages of the Qur'an recommend or even require it, particularly as a means of expiation for serious faults.
In contrast to the situation under Roman law, slaves were not deprived of the legal ability to exercise their rights and to appeal to a judge against their masters in all cases of illegal treatment.
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 Slave Dynasty - Search Results - MSN Encarta   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Slave Dynasty - Search Results - MSN Encarta
Slave Dynasty (1206-1290), first Muslim sultans of Delhi, founders of the Delhi Sultanate, who defended northern India against Mongol invasions and...
Following the Chinese religion of the time, the Shang people worshipped their ancestors and a multitude of gods.
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 Delhi Sultanate — FactMonster.com
In 1206, Qutb ud-Din, one of his generals, proclaimed himself sultan of Delhi and founded a line of rulers called the Slave dynasty, because he and several of the sultans who claimed succession from him were originally military slaves.
Under the Khalji dynasty (1290–1320), the conquests of Ala ud-Din Khalji brought Muslim dominion in India to its greatest height until the Mughul empire.
Early in the reign of Muhammad Tughluq, founder of the Tughluq dynasty (1325–98), the power of Delhi was acknowledged even in the extreme S of India.
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 Slaves in the Family
They were usually just "the slaves," sometimes "the Ball slaves," a puff of fl smoke on the wrinkled horizon of the past.
Eventually he captured the slaves who had run away, sold them, then took his family to England, where he lived for another thirty-eight years, regretting to the last that he had been forced to give up the life of a slave owner.
Ball might own land or slaves (the two did not always come together), and a village of people could be her dowry.
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The infamous slave trade from Africa which the Europeans developed on a grand scale is one of the greatest crimes against humanity.
The infamous slave trade from Africa which the Europeans developed on a grand scale during the 14-19 centuries is one of the greatest crimes against humanity.
Slaves captured in the Caucasus, Eastern Europe, Africa, Balochistan and other places were openly sold in the market.
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The famous Iron pillar near the Qutub Minar was commissioned by the emperor Kumara Gupta I of the Gupta dynasty (320-540) and transplanted to Delhi during the 10th century.
From 1206, Delhi became the capital of the Delhi Sultanate under the Slave Dynasty.
After the end of the Slave dynasty, a succession of Turkic and Central Asian dynasties, the Khilji dynasty, the Tughluq dynasty, the Sayyid dynasty and the Lodhi dynasty held power in the late medieval period and built a sequence of forts and townships that are part of the seven cities of Delhi.
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 eBharat History History - -> Medieval India -> The Slave Dynasty
The Slave dynasty served as the first Sultans of Delhi in India from 1206 to 1290.
Iltutmish married Qutb-ud-din's daughter, and all but one of the later sultans of the dynasty were his descendants, including his daughter, Razia, who reigned for four years.
After the brief reigns of Balban's grandson and great-grandson, the Slave dynasty was overthrown by Jalal-ud-din Feroz Khalji of the Khalji dynasty, who had established themselves in Bihar and Bengal in Muhammad Ghori's reign.
history.ebharat.in /medieval_india/the_slave_dynasty.html   (237 words)

  
 Indian Architecture: Quwwat-ul-Islam, Delhi
Quwwat-ul-Islam was sponsored by Qutb-ud-din Aibak, founder of the Mamluk dynasty.
Born a slave in Turkey, Qutb rose to prominence as a general during Muhammed Ghari's invasion of India in the 1180s.
Built in the Mauryan dynasty in the 6th century, it is the only piece of the temple that stands in its original location.
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