Razia Sultan was the first female ruler of the Delhi Sultanate, which was a huge Muslim kingdom in the Indian subcontinent that lasted more than 300 years. She was trained to lead an army as well as manage the kingdom from a young age. It was here where she rejected people calling her 'Sultana,' because it implied that she was the wife or consort of a Sultan, she only answered to the title of Sultan.
Along with her impressive resume she built schools, research centres and public libraries while fighting in battles.
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