Tajuddin Yaldoz: The entire period of the reign of Qutbuddin Aibak passed in struggle. In fact, the people of Ghazni were not prepared to be ruled by India; rather they desired to rule over India through Ghazni. After coming to power, Aibak had to face many challenges, in order to keep his position intact. He started the construction of Quwaat-al-Islam Mosque at Delhi. As Muhammad Ghori loved his slaves like his sons, they served their master with profound loyality. By this time Muhammad Ghori had retreated to Multan having left Qutub-ud-din Aibak, his chief general, in charge of Delhi and Ajayameru Ajmer.
Career Starting with his native , an principality, managed to establish control over most of present-day , and. Next day, to witness beheading, Qutubuddin arrived at the venue riding on the Subhrak horse. Ghori and invaded India in order to punish Jaichand, King of Kanauj. He continued the policy of non-involvement with the government of the day. One of the six conditions that Gandhi put forward to end the fast was that Hindus and Sikhs as an act of atonement should repair the shrine of Khwaja Bakhtiyar Kaki which had been damaged during the communal riots. He was a great warrior and a man of infinite courage. In 1193 and after conquering Delhi, his master returned to and left the consolidation of the Ghūrid conquests in northwest India to him.
Eventually he was appointed to military command, and in 1193, after conquering , Muʿizz al-Dīn returned to and left the consolidation of the Ghūrid conquests in northwest India to Quṭb. As an individual he was both generous and cruel. First of all he consolidated his position in Delhi and Lahore and then persuaded the Turkish nobles to recognize his sovereignty. He married his sister to Nasiruddin Qabacha. Qazi gave him religious and military training together with his own sons.
He was also a pious Muslim. That was probably the reason why Muhammad Ghori formally invested Quab-ud-din with vicengal powers and conferred upon him the title of Malik. But he was forced to leave it after forty days when Yildiz reached back there. He started the construction of over a Hindu temple Still the signs and remains of Hindu temple are visible in memory of saint , which was completed by his successor, after Aibak's death. Rumi Khan used both force and diplomacy and, ultimately, succeeded in convincing the Khalji nobles of Bengal that they should accept Ali Mardan as the governor of Bengal under the suzerainty of Delhi. While he was playing a game of on horseback polo aka chougan in India , his horse fell and Qutb-ud-din was impaled on the pommel of his saddle.
Next he occupied Badaun which was one of the richest cities of Hindustan. He was buried at Lahore. In 1195—1203, he mounted campaigns against their strongholds, while Ghuri's other lieutenant conquered and. Today, Aibak is forgotten by most of us and the new generation is totally ignorant of him and his place in history. Although the Kak stopped appearing after this, from that day the people started referring to him as Kaki. Like his owner Ghuri, Aibak performed his greatest deeds while still a subordinate.
Tomb of Qutb al-Din Aibak in Quṭb al-Din Aibak was born to parents in. However, Aibak did not assume the title of Sultan, nor did he issue currency in his name. He was the founder of Mamluk Dynasty or Slave Dynasty of Delhi Sultanate. He was purchased by the chief of , a town in the province of in northeastern. He then turned his attention to the Rajputs who were still resisting Ghūrid domination.
Technically he was still a slave but he quickly obtained manumission. Yeldoz was the ruler of Ghazni and Qubacha was of Uch and both had matrimonial relations with Qutb-ud-din. Unfortunately, he was exiled to Burma where he died. After his death his will was read that emphasized that only the person who has done no and have never left the of may only lead his funeral prayer. He was buried in near. The Qutab Minar, now a World Heritage Site in New Delhi, India, was built during his time. He rendered many valuable services to his master during his Indian expeditions.
Among the early achievements of Aibak the suppression of the revolt of Ajmer is a significant event in the history of Medieval India. Seeing their General fall, and his body being carried away from the fight and, consequently, believing him dead, the Muslim army went into a complete disarray and fled from the battlefield. Having believed She had killed Qtub-ud-din, and seeing his army fleeing the battlefield, Kurma Devi regrouped her army and led it back south. This article was last updated on Sunday, June 01, 2003. Subhrak Shubrak instantly recognized his master Karna Singh and started crying. Qutb-ud-din had no legal claim over the throne of Delhi. Very soon he drew the attention of his Master and was given several responsible posts gradually.