Razia Sultan - ruler of the Delhi Sultanate
- 20.09.2019 04:47
The Great Steppe witnessed a few brave women who along with men, riding a horse and take a spear in their hands, heroically defended their native land. There were those who achieved success and recognition abroad, glorifying their land.
One of such great women, whose name is described in golden letters in the history of India, is the first woman in the world to be the ruler of the Muslim state, the courageous Kipchak Sultan Razia.
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