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13th century sultan in northern Indian subcontinent

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Razia Sultana: 13th century sultan in northern Indian subcontinent
Sultan Raziyyat-Ud-Dunya Wa Ud-Din, popularly known as Razia Sultana, was a ruler of the Delhi Sultanate in the northern part of the Indian subcontinent. She was the first female Muslim ruler of the subcontinent, and the only female Muslim ruler of Delhi.

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