What is sardeshmukhi

Translation of "Dekkan" in English

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This was the time when the Nizam im Dekkan, Alivardi Khan in Bihar and Bengal and Bangash in Allahabad subah tried to carve out their independent principalities.
This was the time when the Nizam in the Deccan, Alivardi Khan in Bihar and Bengal and Bangash in subah Allahabad were trying to carve out their independent principalities.
But at that time the goal of the Marathas was to molest the empire and to divert the emperor's attention from his offensive activities in the empire Dekkan.
But at that time the aim of the Marathas was to harass the empire and divert the Emperor's attention from his offensive activities in the Deccan.
The Marathas as early as Zulfiqar Khan, who was given the charge of Deccan Suba by Bahadur Shah in 1708, to the right and Chauth sardeshmukhi im Dekkan collect.
The Marathas had already secured from Zulfiqar Khan, who was given the charge of Deccan suba by Bahadur Shah in 1708, the right to collect chauth and sardeshmukhi in the Deccan.
As noted earlier, Jai Singh, soon after his enthronement in the Dekkan where he was written in the conquest of Fort Khelna of the Marathas, for which service Aurangzeb had descended his mansab by 500.
As noted that Jai Singh, soon after his enthronement, had been posted in the Deccan where he distinguished himself in the capture of Khelna fort of the Marathas, for which service Aurangzeb had increased his mansab by 500.
In the seventh century, the region became part of Harsa's empire, which was ruled by King Pulakesin II of the Chalukya dynasty of Badami im Dekkan fought over the region.
During the seventh century, the region became part of Harsha's empire, who disputed the region with the Chalukya king Pulakesin II of Badami in the Deccan.
The two mountain ranges meet at the southernmost point of the highlands of Dekkan in the massif of the Nilgiri Mountains.
The two ranges meet at the southernmost point of the Deccan (near Bangalore) in the Nilgiri Hills.
The vegetation in the highlands of Dekkan Although it is less lush, there are always bamboo and palm trees as well as deciduous forests on the entire peninsula.
The vegetation of the Deccan is less luxuriant, but thickets of bamboo, palm, and deciduous trees are found throughout the peninsula.
For example, Indian smallholders in the highlands of Dekkan By cultivating the drought-resistant millet, survive periods of drought and ensure the survival of people and cattle despite poor rainfall.
For instance, Indian smallholders in the Deccan Highlands were able to cope well with drought periods through the cultivation of drought resistant foxtail millet and thus ensured the survival of humans and livestock in spite of scarce precipitation.
He was succeeded by Sultan Mahmud Khalji (1436-1469), the first of the Khalji sultans Malwas, who ruled over parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan and the Dekkan advanced.
Hoshang Shah's son, Ghazni Khan, ruled for only a year and was succeeded by Mahmud Khalji (1436-69), the first of the Khalji sultans of Malwa, who expanded the state to include parts of Gujarat, Rajasthan, and the Deccan.
The region was founded by the kings of the Rashtrakuta dynasty from the 786 Dekkan who fought over it with the kings of the Pratihara dynasty from Kannauj until the beginning of the tenth century.
In 786 the region was captured by the Rashtrakuta kings of the Deccan, and was disputed between the Rashtrakutas and the Gurjara Pratihara kings of Kannauj until the early part of the tenth century.
In the southern part of the border with Pakistan the plain merges into the Tharr desert and the salt marshes of Rann of Kutch. Countryside India.Encarta South of the plains lies the highlands of Dekkanwhich covers most of the Indian peninsula.
On the south-western border with Pakistan the plains give way to the Great Indian Desert and the salt marshes known as the Rann of Kachchh. South of the plains lies the Deccan Plateau, a vast, triangular tableland occupying most of peninsular India.
They come from secondary gravel deposits of rivers that run the Dekkan, a volcanic highlands in southern India.
They were found in gravel beds from rivers, that were running down from the Dekkan, a vulcanic highland in southern India.
The gas emissions of the Dekkan were so massive and fast that they overstrained the absorption capacity of the oceans and other feedback mechanisms - as a result of which the CO 2 concentration in the atmosphere increased enormously within a few millennia.
The Deccan Gas emissions were so massive and rapid they outstripped the ability of the ocean and other feedbacks to absorb them - causing CO2 to build sharply in the atmosphere over a few millennia.
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