Medieval India


Medieval India

Medieval India refers to the Middle Ages i.e. 5th to 15th century AD in the Indian subcontinent, it includes:


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  • Medieval university (Asia) — Medieval universities did not exist in Asia in the strict sense of the phrase. However, there were important centres of learning that can be compared to the universities of Europe. It must be noted that unlike the European universities, non… …   Wikipedia

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