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Razia Sultan, the fourth emperor of the Slave Dynasty, who reigned from 1236 to 1240, has the unique distinction of being the only woman to occupy the throne of Delhi. As a ruler, she refused to be addressed as sultana, because it meant “wife or consort of a sultan”, and insisted on being addressed as sultan. Razia was born to Iltumish (1210-1236) — a doting father, who ordered grand celebrations to welcome the birth of his first daughter after many sons. He took personal interest in her education and training and by the time she turned 13, Razia was acknowledged as an accomplished archer and horse rider who would frequently accompany her father in his military expeditions.
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princesses of the time, she was trained to lead armies and administer kingdoms if necessary.Razia Sultana was the only woman ruler of both the Sultanate and the Mughal period, although other women ruled from behind the scenes.she wasalso called Radiyya
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