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1. The Rajput States: Polity and Society (Administrative Structure and Institutions), 2. Turkish Invaders: Mahmud Ghaznavi and Muhammad Ghori (Causes of the Success of the Turks), 3. Foundation and Consolidation of Delhi Sultanate: The Slave Dynasty, 4. Khalji/Khilji Dynasty (1290 to 1320) (Conquests, Administrative and Economic Reforms), 5. The Tughlaq Dynasty (1320 to 1414), 6. The Sayed Dynasty and the Lodi Dynasty, 7. Polity: Kingship and Administrative During the Sultanate Period (State, Political and Administrative Institutions), 8. Socio-economic life During the Sultanate Period (Society during the Sultanate Period: Economic and Technological Development), 9. The North-West Frontier Policy During the Sultanate Period (Mongol Invasions of India), 10. Development of Art, Architecture and Literature During the Sultanate Period, 11. The Bhakti and Sufi Movements (Religion and Culture), 12. The Vijayanagara Kingdom and the Bahamni Kingdom (Peninsular India), 13. Disintegration of the Delhi Sultanate and Rise of Independent States (Fragmentation of the Sultanate and the Rise of Political Kingdoms), 14. Babur (1526-1530): Beginning of the Mughal Rule (Advent of the Mughals), 15. Humayun (1530-40) and (1555-56), 16. Sher Shah Suri (1540-1545) (Second Afghan Empire), 17. Akbar (1556-1605) (Consolidation and Territorial Expansion: Growth of Composite Ruling Class), 18. Jahangir (1605-1627), 19. Shah Jahan (1627-1658), 20. Aurangzeb (1658-1707), 21. Mughal Administration (Mansabdari and Jagirdari: Land Revenue), 22. Economy and Nobility During the Mughal Period, 23. Religious and Social Conditions During the Mughal Rule (Social Classes: Position of Women), 24. Deccan Policy of the Mughals, 25. North-West and Frontier Policy of the Mughals, 26. Religious Policy and Rajput Policy of the Mughals, 27. Cultural Development During the Mughals and their Legacy (Progress in Architecture, Painting, Music and Literature), 28. Rise of the Marathas: Shivaji (1627-1680), 28a. Short Answer Type Questions, 28b. Very Short Answer Type Questions, 28c. Sources of Medieval Indian History, 29. Peninsular India: Society, Economy, Religion, Education, Literature, Language, Art and Architecture, 30. B.A. Examination Question Papers (with answers) of Different Universities (1999-200 I), 30a. Essay Type questions, 30b. Important Battles: Dates, Places, Winners and Losers, 30c. Short Notes on Important Events and Policies etc., 30d. Most Prominent Personalities of the Medieval Period (other than Rulers), 31. B.A. Examination Question Papers (with Answers) of Different Universities (2001 to 2004), 32. Multiple Choice Test Questions, 33. Map work with Explanatory Notes., I. Extent of Empires of Rulers, II. Important Places of Historical Interest