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NCERT Solutions for Class 7 Social Science History Chapter 5: Rulers and Buildings

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Between the duration of the 8th and the 18th centuries, Kings and their officers were built in two kinds of structures: the first were forts, palaces and tombs and the second were structures that were meant for public activity which included temples, mosques, tanks, wells and bazaars. We shall learn more about such rulers and the buildings they created with Chapter 5 of the book, such as the Qutb Minar, a five-storeyed monument whose primary floor was created Qutub-ud-din Aibak in 1199 and the rest completed by Iltutmish in around 1229. It broke over the years by lightning and earthquakes but kept on being repaired by Alauddin Khalji, Muhammad Tughluq, Firuz crowned head Tughluq and the patriarch Lodi.

This chapter will learn many things that concerned the rulers and their famous buildings like the two technological and stylistic developments that became noticeable from the twelfth century. It was a type of architecture called "arcuate" in which arches almost always carried the superstructure above the doors and windows. The other form was in the use of limestone cement as it was increasingly used in construction as it was high-quality, which mixed with stone chips hardened into concrete which made the construction of large structures easier and faster.

 

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