Religious tolerance as a condition for the prosperity of a multi-religious state: a historical example of India of the Great Mogul era

Authors

  • Oleh Myhailovych Shepetyak

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/rs.2016.19.1.923

Abstract

In 1175, Gaz Sultan Muhammad Guri conquered India, starting a new era in its history. In 1206, Muhammad Guri died, and his commander, Kutb ud-Din, declared himself ruler of Delhi, establishing the Delhi Sultanate, which lasted 320 years and which changed the five dynasties.

Published

2016-08-30