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Tuesday, 7 January 2020

Major events of the reign of Jalaluddin Feroz Khalji

Major events of the reign of Jalaluddin Feroz Khalji

(1) Rebellion of Malik Chhajju-

Malik Chhablu, however, did not protest when Jalaluddin became Sultan. He was a descendant of Balban and was also a powerful emir. But he was not content with the liberal policy of the Sultan. The Amir began to say openly that a Sultan who cannot punish his enemies nor properly reward supporters and friends is not eligible to become a Sultan. 1290 AD due to his soft policy. Chhajju dared to revolt. With reference to this behavior of Chhablukhan, Dr. K.S. Lal writes, "The incurable element did not lag behind taking advantage of Jalaluddin's humility." Before becoming Sultan, he also told the rich "I am an old Muslim and I am not used to shed the blood of Muslims." His opponents also took undue advantage of the statement and they started preparing for the rebellion. The Amir Ali Awatim Khan of Awadh also supported him. The Amir of Delhi also supported him. Some Indian Muslims had also met him. So he did not declare his own independence, but he also molded his name and read the name of Khutwa. After this he went to Delhi and a huge army. He left; but near Badaun, he was defeated by Jalaluddin's son Akhil Khan. The royal soldiers looted his camp and took the form of Uskro Bandi. Presented before the Sultan. The Sultan was in Ruhelkhand at that time. Haday was exasperated seeing the pathetic condition of the forgiving Sultan. He did not forgive him, but made him the ruler of the Multan interpretation). It is clear that the Sultan accompanied him and his The prisoner is treated in the same manner as guests are treated with cray. This act of the Sultan angered his nobles and he started to disqualify the Sultan as an unworthy ruler. Seeing the opposition of Khalji the rich, he said, "He can make someone in his relatives change his humanity in return for this inhuman massacre of raj-raj-he can vacate the place." But this forgiveness policy also had good results. Chhajiu did not rebel after this.

Jalaluddi's foreign policy

(2) Slaughter of Darvesh Sidi Maula

He was a dervish of Persia and a disciple of Farid-ud-din. He was residing in Delhi since Balban's reign. Its public in delhi

Major events of the reign of Jalaluddin Feroz Khalji Part 2

(3) Khalji revolt of the rich

The Turks Amir was not only expressing his anger against Jalaluddin's liberalism; Varam Khalji Amir Me was expressing his displeasure. They were considering the Sultan's weakness as the Sultan's liberal policy. He gave high positions to the rich of both parties, with the intention of maintaining a balance between the two parties (Tuko Amir and Khalji Amir). But Khalji Amir got angry with this policy and started preparing for the rebellion. Ahmed Chapp tried to convince Sultan Crowe that this liberal policy would not make the administration work. Tajuddin Kutchi, who was influential and powerful among the Khalji rich, formed a separate group of his own. It was also a member of a group of forty slaves. He overthrew the Sultan and started efforts to become a Sultan himself. He started preparing the role of a conspiracy by 'inviting the rich to feast' at his home. But the Sultan came to know about this conspiracy. He called his rich. But instead of punishing him, he only told him that if he did not abandon the conspiratorial policy, he would abandon the throne and hand it over to son Arkalo, who was known for his harsh policy. Pardon these conspiracies and sent them away from Delhi only.

(4) Suppression of thugs

When Jalaluddin came to Delhi, he saw that the terror of the thugs was all around. They rob the passengers and mercilessly kill them. The Sultan took quick steps to suppress the thugs. He took military action against them. Thugs were arrested in thousands. But when he was presented to the Sultan, he was released on the condition that he would spend his life through other livelihoods rather than plunder in future. Giving this ideal full discourse, he forgave those subcrows and sent them to Bengal. Here too he introduced his liberal policy, but the life of the thugs definitely improved and he stopped plundering.

After Ranthambhir's abusive exodus, another problem arose before the Sultan. 1291 -92 A.D. In Iran, Abdullakch, grandson of Halaku Khan, moved towards India with 1.5 million Mongol soldiers. On receiving the news, the Sultan sent an army and blocked the Mongol army route on the eastern bank of the Indus River. According to Barney, the enemy Crow was completely defeated. A large number of Mongols were killed and thousands of prisoners of war were formed. The leader of the Mongols, Abdullah made a treaty with the Sultan. Abdullah accepted Islam along with his comrades. In return, the Sultan pardoned them and ordered them to settle in India. This decision proved to be a far-reaching policy. The Mongol who settled in Delhi accepted Islam. The sultan married his daughter to Genghis Khan dynasty Ulugh Khan. Mongol and circumcised Muslims

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