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Relationship between Sultanates of Delhi and Deccan


Relationship between Sultanates of Delhi and Deccan


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 When
 Where
Tomb Complex,​
Sector 5,
R. K. Puram, Delhi
Meeting Time 4/19/2015 9:45:00 AM
Meeting Point Sec. 5, R. K. Puram
Nearest Metro Hauz Khas
(4.3 Km.)
 Charges None
 Type Heritage Durbar (Talk)
 Speaker Abdul Aziz Rajput
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Apr 19

Relationship between Sultanates of Delhi and Deccan Tomb Complex
When: 10:00 AM

4/19/2015 10:00:00 AM 4/19/2015 1:00:00 PM 68 Relationship between Sultanates of Delhi and Deccan Sultanates of Deccan and Delhi enjoyed both good and bad relationship. Most of us are unaware of this geographic and political distribution. This session is to introduce you all to this side of coin Tomb Complex Youth for Heritage Foundation contact@youthforheritage.org false DD/MM/YYYY https://www.facebook.com/events/1483363925257912/

About the Event

Most of us are unaware that Deccan Sultanates functioned independently of Delhi Sultanate. They were good allies at times, but never part of Delhi. An authority on Deccan Sultanates, Mr. Abdul Aziz Rajput is visiting Delhi and we are taking this opportunity to setup an informative discussion between him and our resident experts Dr. Madhu Singh and Vikramjit Singh Rooprai. We invite you all to be a part of this discussion and learn about the relationship of the Sultanates of Delhi and Deccan.

About the Speaker

Abdul Aziz Rajput is working as a freelance scholar and runs an NGO based on historical research. He is editor of Deccan Journal Bijapur, knows seven languages, participated in several National and International Conference, given symposium on Deccan sultanates as Resource person, authored three books on Bijapur and published 40 research papers on various topics pf Deccan history

How to Reach

Wazirpur Gumbad Complex, Sector 5, R. K. Puram
Coming from Dhaula Kuan/AIIMS: If coming from Dhaula Kuan, take U-Turn under flyover at HYATT. If coming from AIIMS, don't take HYATT Flyover. Take the service road, cross the red light straight.
After HYATT, take the left turn along the hotel towards old Passport office and keep going straight on that road. After 2 red lights, watch for a median in road divider, take the first right to enter the locality. Behind the green patch, you can see a huge complex with 5 Tombs and a baoli.

From Nehru Place/Vasant Kunj: If coming from Nehru Place or Vasant Kunj, take Vivekanand Marg towards Hyatt at Munirka. Take first left into the locality and cross the green patch to enter the Monument complex.

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