Sultanate of Delhi
Continent: Asia
Capital: Lahore (1206–1210)
Badayun (1210–1214)
Delhi (1214–1327)
Daulatabad (1327–1334)
Delhi (1334–1506)
Agra (1506–1526)
National Language: Persian (official)
Hindavi (1451–1526
Government: Sultanate
Status in OTL: Inactive

The Delhi Sultanate was a Muslim sultanate based mostly in Delhi that stretched over large parts of the Indian subcontinent for 320 years (1206–1526). The sultanate is noted for being one of the few states to repel an attack by the Mongol Empire.

During and in the Delhi Sultanate, there was a synthesis of Indian civilization with that of Islamic civilization, and the further integration of the Indian subcontinent with a growing world system and wider international networks spanning large parts of Africa, Europe, and Asia, which had a significant impact on Indian culture and society, as well as the wider world. However, the Delhi Sultanate also caused large scale destruction and desecration of temples in the Indian subcontinent. In 1526, the Sultanate was conquered and succeeded by the Mughal Empire.

Sultanate of Delhi in Through Darkest Europe[]

The Sultanate of Delhi was one of the great industrial nations of the modern world. Its products included the Garuda automobile[1] and military firearms.[2]


  1. Through Darkest Europe, loc. 138, ebook.
  2. Ibid., loc. 2424.