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Sultan Muhmmad bin Tughlaq (1325-1351 AD)

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Muhammad bin Tughluq For the play by Cho Ramaswamy, see Muhammad bin Tughluq (play). For the 1971 Indian Tamil-language film, see Muhammad bin Tughluq (film). Muhammad bin Tughluq Fakhr Malik Sultan of Delhi Reign 1 February 1325 – 20 March 1351 Predecessor Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq Successor Firoz Shah Tughlaq Born c. 1290 Delhi[1] Died 20 March 1351 (aged 60–61) Sonda, Sindh[1] Burial Tughlaqabad, Delhi House Tughluq dynasty Father Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq Religion Islam Muhammad bin Tughluq (also Prince Fakhr Malik Jauna Khan, Ulugh Khan; c. 1290 – 20 March 1351) was the Sultan of Delhi from 1325 to 1351. He was the eldest son of Ghiyas -ud -Din -Tughlaq, the founder of the Tughluq dynasty. His wife was the daughter of the Raja of Dipalpur.[2] Ghiyas-ud-din sent the young Muhammad to the Deccan to campaign against king Prataparudra of the Kakatiya dynasty whose capital was at Warangal in 1321 and 1323.[3] Muhammad has been described as an "inhuman eccentric" with bizarre character by the accounts of visitors during his rule.[4] He is also known for wild policy swings.[5] Muhammad ascended to the Delhi throne upon his father's death in 1325. He was interested in medicine and was skilled in several languages — Persian, Arabic, Turkish and Sanskrit.[6] Ibn Battuta, the famous traveler and jurist from Morocco, was a guest at his court and wrote about his suzerainty in his book.[7]

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