Which ruler first established his or her capital at Delhi? What was the language of administration under the Delhi Sultans?

By Ritesh|Updated : September 4th, 2022

The ruler of the Rajput Dynasty, Ananga Pala (Tomaras), first established his capital in Delhi. Persian was the administration language under the Delhi Sultans. In addition to the above clans, about 36 Rajput clans like the Solankis, the Tomaras of Delhi, the Gahadavalas of Kannauj, the Chalukyas of Gujarat, etc.

About Rajput Dynasty

  • The Rajput's origin is a matter of debate. Numerous theories support their origins, like the tribal origin theory, the AgniKula theory, the foreign origin theory, the mixed origin theory, and the Kshatriya origin theory.
  • Rajputs were from the early medieval period.
  • Rajput period (647–1200 AD)
  • From Harsha’s death until the 12 century, the fate of India was in the hands of the Rajput dynasties.

Summary:

Which ruler first established his or her capital at Delhi? What was the language of administration under the Delhi Sultans?

Ananga Pala (Tomaras), the ruler of the Rajput Dynasty, established his capital in Delhi. He ruled from 1130 to 1145. The administration language of the Delhi Sultans was Persian. It became an important city in the 12th century.

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