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How Muslim invaders could manage to rule over vast majority of Hindu population in India?

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Asked by Francisco, 24 Nov '12 04:48 pm
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Because of disunity of all indian fuedal lords if at least 10 of the local rajahs had got together and joined their
forces under one leaders we would have never seen the moughal raj in India
Answered by iqbal seth, 24 Nov '12 04:50 pm

 
  
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The invasion of Sind by Muhammad Ibn Qasim al-Thaqafi in seven hundred thirteen ad . was precipitated by the failure of Dahir, the ruler of Sind, to punish the pirates who had interfered with Muslim shipping near the coast of his province.[10] The Muslim kings and emperors who ruled over India for over one thousand years were not colonial rulers. Those who had gone there from other countries made the sub-continent their own home. They did not make any discrimination between religious communities but gave equal opportunity and ensured social justice to all irrespective of their religious affinity. In fact, the Muslim rulers-the Khaljis, the Lodis, the Syeds and the Mughals- kept the indigenous Muslims, who constituted the bulk of Indian Muslims, at a safe distance from the apparatus of power. In the words of Iqbal Ansari, "It is the greatest travesty of facts to call this period of dynastic rule of Persian and Turkish origin as Muslim rule. Islam did make its presence felt during this p ...more
Answered by z, 24 Nov '12 05:00 pm

 
  
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Muslims rule India for thousands years but there was no freedom movement as all had freedom but Indians got fed up with Chrisitans British who ruled just for 200 years and they launched freedom movement against British
Answered by confusion, 24 Nov '12 05:07 pm

 
  
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They were more aggressive
Answered by Kalpana Roy, 24 Nov '12 04:53 pm

 
  
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