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Arrange the set of the correct chronological order of the dynasties.
(A) Slave, Tughlaq, Khalji, Lodi
(B) Khalji, Lodi, Slave, Tughlaq
(C) Slave, Khalji, Tughlaq, Lodi
(D) Lodi, Slave, Tughlaq, Khalji

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Hint: The very first dynasty was founded by Qutabuddin Aibak in the year 1206. They all ruled from Delhi for a particular period and it started from the year 1206 and ended in the year 1526.

Complete answer:
The Slave dynasty was a dynasty that was ruled by sultans in Delhi that lasted for almost one century with their family. It was founded by Qutabuddin Aibak. He was the most trusted officer and he had also overseen the conquests of his Indian master’s. When his master was assassinated in 1206 he took the power in his hand in Lahore.
Khilji dynasty was an Afghan dynasty that was ruled by the Sultans of Delhi which covered a large part of Indian subcontinents over two decades from the year 1290 to 1320. This dynasty was founded by Jalal ud din Firuz Khalji as it was the second dynasty that was to be ruled by Delhi sultans. He came into power after a big monopoly of Turkis nobles took place and all the power came into the hands of Indo- Mussalman.
Tughlaq dynasty was purely a Muslim dynasty that had ruled over the Delhi sultans in medieval India. He started to rule this kingdom in the year 1320 when Ghazi Malik assumed that the throne was under the title. They ruled till the year 1413.
Lodhi Dynasty was the last dynasty in ruling as it started ruling in the year 1451 and ended in the year 1526 as it was the last dynasty of the Delhi sultans and was founded by Bahlul Khan Lodi.

So, the correct option is C.

Note:- Lodhi dynasty was an Afghan dynasty that was ruled by the Delhi sultanate which was founded by Bahlul Khan Lodi who was the nephew and son-in-law of Malik Sultan and their political structure was dissolved because of abandoned trade routs and depleted treasure.