The First Female Muslim Ruler of the Indian Subcontinent loved Udon Noodles as much as Maria loves Best Betting Sites Horse Racing

Maria Douthwaite from Bath, England, is a Japanese Restaurant owner, who recently completed writing a book named ‘The Tughlaqs and The Japanese Dishes’. She sent me a free copy of the book and I really delighted in reading it.

In her book, Maria writes that Sultan Firoz Tughlaq of the Tughlaq Dynasty used to love the Japanese Sushi so much that he would eat it at least 4 times a week.

Maria writes that Razia Sultan – the first female Muslim ruler of the Indian Subcontinent used to love the Japanese styled Udon noodles as much as Maria loves best betting sites horce racing.

Maria writes that Ghiyas ud din Balban – the ninth sultan of the Mamluk dynasty of Delhi used to eat Japanese Tofu on every alternate day.

Maria writes that the tenth sultan of the Mamluk dynasty – Muiz ud din Qaiqabad used to eat Japanese dish – Tempura every Thursday.

Maria also writes in her book that the eleventh sultan of the Mamluk Dynasty – Shamsuddin Kayumars would eat Japanese Yakitori every Tuesday and Friday and call it a Sunnah.

Maria writes that the founder and first sultan of the Khalji dynasty of Delhi Sultanate – Jalal-ud-din Khalji was a huge fan of eating fishes and a special raw fish delicacy that his chef cooked for him every other day was very much like a clone for the Japanese Sashimi.

Maria writes in her book that arguably the most powerful emperor of the Khalji dynasty – Alauddin Khalji would consume Japanese Ramen – a noodle soup dish at least once every 3 days.

Maria also writes that the third Sultan of the Khalji dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate – Shihabuddin Omar had a chef trained by the Japanese who would cook him Donburi, Natto and Oden every once in a while.


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