Muhammad bin Tughluq Net Worth

Muhammad bin Tughluq was born in Indian, is Sultan of Delhi. Muhammad bin Tughluq was the Turkic Sultan of Delhi from 1325 to 1351. He was the son of Turk Ghiyas-ud-din, the founder of the Tughluq dynasty that replaced Khilji rule in Delhi, and succeeded his father upon his death. As the second sultan of the Tughluq dynasty, he was successful in extending the rule of the Delhi sultanate of northern India over most of the subcontinent though only for a brief period. As the eldest son of the sultan, it is believed that he was groomed for succession from a young age. Even though little is known about his early years, there is enough proof to suggest that he received a high quality education and training in military administration and martial arts. He was a brave young man and started displaying his prowess as a warrior even before ascending the throne. During the reign of his father he was sent to the city of Warangal in the Deccan to subdue a rebellion by Hindu rajas which he successfully did. As the sultan he had to contend with several rebellions and revolts throughout his reign. He was an enigmatic personality, with contradictory characteristics—while he was known to a cruel and ruthless ruler, he also earned a reputation for being a religiously tolerant and humble leader.
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Who is it? Sultan of Delhi
Birth Place Indian
Died On 20 March 1351\nThatta, Delhi Sultanate (present day Sindh, Pakistan)
Reign 1325–20 March 1351
Predecessor Ghiyasuddin Tughlaq
Successor Firoz Shah Tughlaq
Burial Tughlaqabad, (present day Delhi, India)
Full name Full name Muhammad bin Tughluq Muhammad bin Tughluq
House Tughluq dynasty
Religion Islam

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Tughluq was a strict Muslim, maintaining his five prayers during a day, used to fast in Ramadan. According to 19th Century CE British Historian Stanley Lane-Poole, apparently courtesans had hailed Tughluq as a "man of knowledge" and had interest in subjects like philosophy, Medicine, mathematics, religion, Persian and Urdu/Hindustani poetry. In his "Medieval India", "He was perfect in the humanities of his day, a keen student of Persian poetry.........a master of style, supremely eloquent in an age of rhetoric, a Philosopher trained in Logic and Greek metaphysics, with whom scholars feared to argue, a Mathematician and lover of science." Barani has written that Tughluq wanted the traditions of the nubuwwah to be followed in his kingdom. Even though he did not believe in mysticism, Chandra states that he respected the Sufi saints, which is evident from the fact of his building of the mausoleum of the saint Nizamuddin Auliya at Nizamuddin Dargah. Critics have called him hasty in nature, owing to most of his experiments failing due to lack of preparation. Ibn Battuta has also written that he depended on his own judgement and rarely took advice from others and has also criticized him for his giving of excessive gifts and "harsh punishments". He was famous because whenever a gift was bestowed upon him, he would give gifts worth three times the value to show his stature.