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High quality silver 4-ghani of Ghiyath al-din Tughluq (1320-1325), 1323 AD, Sultanate of Delhi, India (D-311)

High quality silver 4-ghani of Ghiyath al-din Tughluq (1320-1325), 1323 AD, Sultanate of Delhi, India (D-311)

Arabic inscription on both sides: Al-sultan al-ghazi ghiyath al-dunya wa'l din / abu'l muzaffar tughluq shah al-sultan. dated to 723 AH = 1323 AD. 16mm, 3.54 grams. "The coins of the Indian Sultanates" #D311; Rajgor 1071.

Ghiyas ud-Din Tughluq, also known as Ghazi Malik was the founder and first ruler of the Muslim Tughluq dynasty (of Turkic origin) in India, who reigned over the Sultanate of Delhi (Sep, 08, 1320 – Feb, 1325). He has been the founder of the third city of Delhi called Tughluqabad. He had established himself as a great ruler. He removed corrupt officials from his administration. He reformed the judiciary and all existing police departments. He also reduced the land revenue to 1/10 of the produce. He was an efficient administrator and a capable military commander. He introduced a number of reforms for his welfare of his subjects and suppressed revolts in distant provinces. He restored peace and stability in the Delhi Sultanate. Ghiyath al-Din was succeeded by his son Muhammad bin Tughluq.

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