Nope,in fact yakut was a serpent,who was jealous of Altunia and made false allegations against him,thereby trying to get close to Razia. Along with her father, she used to attend the court and was exposed to the functioning of the state affairs. A shrewd politician, Razia managed to keep the nobles in check, while enlisting the support of the army and the populace. A battle between Razia and Altunia ensued, with the result that Yaqut was killed and Razia taken prisoner. With Iltutmish's widow Shah Turkaan for all practical purposes running the government, Ruknuddin abandoned himself to the pursuit of personal pleasure and debauchery, to the considerable outrage of the citizenry.
After establishing his reign, Ghur returned to Afghanistan, leaving his conquest in the hands of his trusted slave, Qutb-ud-din Aibak. The ensemble of music, sets, costumes and design works amazingly well. They both fell into the hand of the jatts and were robbed and killed October 1, 1240. This triggered Altunia's jealousy and he led a rebellion against Razia, simply with the intention of getting her back. But the new sultan led out a force to rout his sister and Altunapa and succeeded. Iltutmish had been a great favourite of his master, , the first Sultan of Delhi, and had been married to his only daughter Qutb Begum or also known as Turkan Khatun , who gave birth to Razia. Jamal-ud-Din Yaqut, an African Siddi slave turned nobleman who was a close confidante to her and was speculated to be her lover.
This decision raises a hue and cry against the emperor, as many are opposed to a woman ruling over them. Razia Sultana was the first and last female ruler of Delhi Sultanate. Books Olsen, Kirstin, Chronology of Women's History, Greenwood Press, 1994. Her tolerance of Hinduism would later bring her criticism from Muslim historians. Her given name was Raziya al-Din also Jalâlat-ud-Dîn Raziyâ Her father Shams-ud-din Iltutmish, was a Turk slave to Qutb ud din Aibak, the first Sultan of Delhi, and ultimately he became the Sultan of Delhi. On November 9, 1236, both Ruknuddin and his mother Shah Turkaan were put to death—after only six months in power.
With Iltutmish's widow for all practical purposes running the government, Rukn ud-din abandoned himself to the pursuit of personal pleasure and debauchery, to the outrage of the citizenry. All respect to her pious spirit and her true love for her childhood friend Altunia. In 1230, he had to leave the capital in order to lead an invasion against. Early Sources The Tabakat-I-Nasiri is a generalized history of Delhi that ends at about 1259, about twenty years after the death of Razia. Meanwhile modern-day encroachers have placed plastic sheets around the tomb and started to live in it, turning it into an urban ghetto.
Kalan Masjid- One of the seven mosques built by the prime minister of Feroz Shah Tughlaq, this masjid is located near Razia Sultan's tomb. Women Rulers Throughout the Ages: An Illustrated Guide. And also she established schools, academies, centers for research, and public libraries that included the works of ancient philosophers along with the Quran and the traditions of Muhammad. After Altunia and Razia undertook to take back the sultanate from Bahram through battle, both Razia and her husband—neither one more than 30 years of age—were both killed on October 14, 1240 some sources say October 13. Exquisite in style, taste and language, the film is a soulful and sensuous, respectful look at one of history's favourite daughters - one who historians can't really decide where to place! According to the sources, her original grave may be existent in any or all of these three places; Delhi, Haryana or Rajasthan.
During his absence, Razia acted as a competent regent, with the assistance of the Sultan's trusted minister. Upon Qutb-ud-din's death, Iltutmish had the backing of the Amirs—the Turkish nobility—to succeed Qutb-ud-din as sultan. The Status of Muslim Women in Medieval India. She is also having many controversies on her name. What remains in our hand is just to bring forth the essence of the teachings of the life of Razia Sultan and keep the courageous nature of Razia Sultan alive.
However, her ascent to the throne did not come easily. In any case, before long she had aroused the jealousy of the Muslim nobility by the favoritism she displayed toward Yaqut. This amount is subject to change until you make payment. After gaining the confidence of his master, Qutb-ud-din, he rose to become a provincial governor. Iltutmish's widow Shah Turkaan ran the government for all practical purposes while the so-called ruler immersed himself in pursuit of pleasures. On 9 November 1236, both Rukn ud din and his mother Shah Turkaan were assassinated after only six months in power. No other thing can stop Razia except love.
Razia was an efficient ruler and possessed all the qualities of a monarch. Bulbul-i-Khan near Turkmen Gate, Spouse Full name Raziya Begum bint Shams-ud-Din Iltutmish Jalâlat-ud-Dîn Raziyâ Father Mother Qutub Begum Religion Sultana Raziya : سُلْطَنَاه رَضِيَه , attributed as Raziya Sultana, or popularly known as Razia Sultan : رَضِيَه سُلْطَان circa. In a city like Delhi, which has been treaded by a number of Muslim dynasties across centuries leading to an upsurge of tombs, monuments and memorials for homage to kings, queens and scholars—this brave woman has also made her place. Although the Delhi sultanate regained control of most of northern India in the early sixteenth century, it was finally destroyed by Babur, founder of the Mughal empire, in 1526. Adorning the outfit of a man, Razia handled the administration, politics and battlefields of her empire. Qutb-ud-din's reign marked the beginning of the Delhi sultanate under the Slave dynasty—so named because many of the sultans of this time were former slaves.