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Medieval India

Medieval India refers to the Post classical Era, i.e. 7th to 18th century CE in the Indian subcontinent. It is divided into two periods: The 'early medieval period' which lasted from the 7th to the 13th century and the 'late medieval period' which lasted from the 13th to the 18th century in some definitions, though many end the period with the start of the Mughal Empire in 1526. It includes:

  • The Rajput period was an era of chivalry and feudalism. The Rajputs weakened each other by constant fighting, allowing the Turks to embark on victorious campaigns against the empire.

References

  1. ^ zubair, syed (4.11.12). "Before India". Deccan Chronicle. 


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