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Tughlaq or Tughluq or Tughlaqh[edit]

What is the preferred spelling and why? In the Wikipedia we have some articles with each spelling. Bejnar 15:31, 28 October 2006 (UTC)

It is Tughluq. To be pronounced Toogh-looq. I have asked Prof. Semih Tezcan, an expert on Turkic languages, whether Tughluq or Tughlaq is right. He said: "Tughlaq does not make sense in any Turkic language but Tughluq very much so." Still, it is often misspelled Tughlaq. A tugh was a banner with a horse-tail attached. The syllable -luq equals English -hood, -ness, -dom, so tugh-luq means banner-dom = the office of bearing a banner = (politely) the one who has the office of bearing a banner = standard-bearer. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Curryfranke (talkcontribs) 17:23, 26 July 2013 (UTC)

Nusrat Shah[edit]

At 09:29, 28 January 2007 IP editor 125.22.84.219 deleted the last of the rulers of the Tughlaq dynasty, Nusrat Shah who ruled at Firouzabad (Firuzabad) from 1394 to 1398. Firuzabad is about sixty kilometers south of Shiraz in the province of Fârs in central Iran. He is to be distinguished from Nusrat Khan, a general under Alauddin Khilji, who attacked Gujarat in 1297, and was killed by Hammir's army in 1299. He is also to be distinguished from Nasir Uddin Nusrat Shah, the Bengali ruler of the Hussain-Shahi Dynasty who assumed the rule from his father in 1519 and was assassinated in 1533.

Mahmud Nasir ud din (Muhammad Shah Tughluq) died in 1394. His son Nasir-ud-din Mahmud Shah controlled Delhi and the east, while Nusrat Shah, grandson of Firuz Shah Tughluq, controlled the west.

Nusrat Shah was defeated and killed by the Mongols, under the leadership of Timur (Tamerlane) in 1398. The Mongols went on to sack Delhi, and rule over Delhi fell to Iqbal Khan, who ruled from 1398 to 1405.--Bejnar 01:18, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

Because in India there was built a new city called Firuzabad that were ruled by Persian noble families of central Asia. Firuzabad of Iran has nothing to do with that of Inida or Pakistan. That show what kind of an uneducated Pigtoon wahabi-salafi dog you are, little Awghan bastard. Read some real historical books.--84.59.111.229 (talk) 12:47, 21 May 2008 (UTC)

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In the.....[edit]

In the Hindustani language? WTH is that supposed to mean? There is NO language called Hindustani. --Rsrikanth05 (talk) 13:51, 1 March 2009 (UTC)

There is no Hindustani language any more. It split up into Hindi and Urdu. 600 years before the Pakistan movement, the languages of Northern India were all called with the umbrella term Hindustani or more often Hindavi. When you read Hindavi, you never know if they mean Braj Bhasha, Old Avadhi, Old Rajasthani, Old Gujarati and even Old Marathi. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Curryfranke (talkcontribs) 17:30, 26 July 2013 (UTC)

Semi-protected edit request on 5 June 2016[edit]

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