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Alauddin Khilji the second ruler of the Khilji dynasty, Ala-ud-din Khilji was born as Juna Muhammad Khilji. In the Indian History books he is considered to be one of the most powerful rulers who ruled the Ancient India. Ala-ud-din Khilji first sent his lieutenant, Malik Kāfūr, to the south in 1308on expedition, which resulted in capture of Warangal. He is famous for a poetic tale of his attack on Chittor. He attempted this attack in 1303 CE to capture Rani Padmini, the queen of Chittor who was the wife of Rawal Ratan Singh. In this tale and she have been immortalized in the epic poem Padmavat. He was a great strategist and a great commander who prevented many attacks of Mongols.
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His nationality is Indian
He follow Islam Religion
He was born on 1250 AD/Qalat, Zabul Province
He was born as Juna Muhammad Khilji in Birbhum district, Bengal, he is the brother of the first Sultan of Khilji dynasty, Jalaluddin Firuz Khilji.
In 1310 he easily conquered the Hoysala Empire
His place of death was in delhi
His children are Qutb ud din Mubarak Shah, Shihab-ud-din Omar
He was appointed as Amir-i-Tuzuk (Master of Ceremonies) by the Sultan in his court.
Ghazi Malik crushed the Mongols who did not dare to invade India again before the reign of Tughlaq Dynasty.
He administered a price control policy under which food grains, clothing, medicines, cattle, horses, etc. were sold at a low and fixed prices at various markets in Delhi, which benefit the civilians and the soldiers.
The Qutab Minar and the other monuments within the Qutab complex, including the Alai Darwaza, belong to the period of the Delhi Sultanate in 1191–1526.