Delhi Sultanate
1526 Dec 1


Delhi, India
Key Findings: - Perhaps the greatest contribution of the Sultanate was its temporary success in insulating the subcontinent from the potential devastation of the Mongol invasion from Central Asia in the thirteenth century. - The Sultanate ushered in a period of Indian cultural renaissance. The resulting "Indo-Muslim" fusion left lasting monuments in architecture, music, literature, and religion. - The Sultanate provided the foundation for the Moghul Empire, which continued to expand its territory.