No special action is required regarding these talk page notices, other than using the archive tool instructions below. Inside the 13th century, the site of the tomb was a jungle, and no-one has learned how Razia's body finished up where it is placed today. After gaining the confidence of his master, Qutb-ud-din, he rose to become a provincial governor. And a life and death search to reunite with her one true love. After gaining the confidence of his master, Qutb-ud-din, he rose to become a provincial governor. This led Razia to emerge as the new ruler.
To escape death, Razia agreed to marry Altunia. Razia Sultan was the Sultan of Delhi in India from 1236 to 1240; she the first Muslim female ruler. She gave up purdah and proved to be an efficient ruler both in administering her government and in leading forces at war. She was of Turkish Seljuks slave ancestry and like some other Muslim princesses of the time, she was trained to lead armies and administer kingdoms if required. When Ghur died in 1206 without leaving an heir, Qutb-uddin declared himself Sultan of Delhi. Although Minhaj's history of the times is considered to be among the most reliable sources of information about Razia, Mihaj spent the last years of his life in the service of Balban, who had brought an end to Razia's rule. In the thirteenth century, the site of the tomb was a jungle, and no one knows how Razia's body ended up where it lies today.
After the death of his father-in-law, Altumish ascended the throne of Delhi 1211. Under other dynasties, however, the Delhi sultanate would persist until 1525, achieving its maximum physical extent under the reign of Muhammad ibn Tughluk in the first half of the fourteenth century, when most of the subcontinent was under the sultan's dominion. However, the second of her brothers, Muizuddin Bahram Shah, usurped the throne. Her father Iltutmish had come to Delhi as a slave serving under Qutb-ud-din and had risen to the post of a provincial governor. She was trained in administration and military warfare. Accusations were made that she had gotten too close to a man.
This article has not yet received a rating on the project's. Razia was apparently devoted to the cause of her empire and to her subjects. Razia Sultana was the sultan of Delhi for the period between 1236 to 1240. Razia's Legacy As sultana, Razia reportedly sought to abolish the tax on non-Muslims but met opposition from the nobility. Jamal-ud-Din Yaqut, an African Siddi slave turned nobleman who was a close confidante to her and was speculated to be her lover.
They forced Razia to marry Malik Atunia, the governor of Bhatinda. The couple welcomed their daughter Raziya Begum bint. You and I have enjoyed researching and writing about strong Muslim women, who behaved in completely unexpected ways given their seclusion behind harem walls. Her husband Altuniya lies by her side and the graves of two infants of unknown origin lie near their feet. She gave Wazarat to Muhazaabuddin who was the Naib Wazir. A battle between Razia and Altunia ensued, with the result that Yaqut was killed and Razia considered prisoner.
His mother Shah Turkaan took advantage of his casual attitude as a king and grasped all powers in her hand and started running the government. When she was born her name was Raziya al-Din. She was endowed with all the qualities befitting a king, but she was not born of the right sex and so in the estimation of men all these virtues were worthless. The European slaves were in great demand in Muslim courts because the men made excellent soldiers and the women were sought for their fair skin. In accordance with the plan, Malik Ikhtiar-ud-din Altunia the governor of Bhatinda and her childhood friend, first raised a revolt. Qutb-ud-din is best remembered for his destruction of Hindu and Jain temples and for building mosques.
Supported by the masses, Razia ascended the throne of Delhi at the age of 31. Razia's popularity with her subjects must have further aroused the envy of the Amirs and Maliks, setting the nobles against her on yet another score. Meanwhile, Razia's brother, Muizuddin Bahram Shah, acquired usurped the throne. Within the comic, Razia features as a female sultan dealing with the disgruntled Turkish nobility and courts, the disapprobation of her brothers Rukn and Muiz, her sister Shazia and her love struck childhood good friend Altunia. Razia grew up as a brave young girl who took training in military skills and professional warfare like her brothers. On his deathbed, Iltutmish expressed his wish that Razia would rule in his stead, but this command offended the Indian nobles.
She was very brave, a good administrator and skilled. Her greatest accomplishment on the political front was to manipulate rebel factions into opposing each other. She was born in 1205 A. Fast Facts Date of Birth: c. The reason behind end of her was her unacceptable love. Her coronation ceremony was held on November 10, 1236 and she started reigning with the Regnal name of Jalâlat-ud-Dîn Raziyâ. She held open court, was ever ready to listen to the problems of her subjects.
In the mean time Altunia was pleased by Razia because of her intelligence and charm. At that point, Razia seemed destined to become one of the most powerful rulers of the Delhi sultanate. This is why the public, that is, the common people supported her all the time. Razia was not only a splendid monarch; she was also a beautiful young woman. Iltutmish would allow his favourite child Razia to be around him while he handled affairs of the state. At that point, Razia looked like destined to become one of the very most powerful rulers of the Delhi Sultanate.
Following his death in 1287, the Slave dynasty would continue three more years under the competing rule of his inept grandsons. But both husband and wife were defeated while trying to seize Delhi. Razia had a full brother Nasiruddin Mahmud. As a child and adolescent, Razia had had little contact with the women of the harem, so she had had little opportunity to learn the customary behavior of women in the Muslim society that she was born into. He was an Abyssinian slave. As a child and adolescent, Razia had had little contact with the women of the harem, so she had had little opportunity to learn the customary behavior of women in the Muslim society that she was born into. All her subjects were happy with her.