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Who created the department of Diwan-i-Arz in Delhi Sultanate?


1. Balban
2. Iltutmish
3. Alauddin Khilji
4. Firoj Tughlaq

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Correct Answer - Option 1 : Balban

The correct answer is ​Balban.

  • Balban created the department of Diwan-i-Arz in Delhi Sultanate.

  • Diwan-i-Arz
    • Diwan-i-Arz in Delhi Sultanate was established by Balban.
    • Diwan-i-Arz was essentially the Department of Military managed by Ariz-i-Mamalik.
    • He was accountable for the regulation and preservation of the royal army.

  • Administration under the Sultanate:
    • It was also influenced by the Iranian system of administration.
    • The situation in India and Indian traditions was kept in mind during these systems.
    • Organs of the Government:
      • Diwan-i-Wizarat:
        • Department of revenue and finance headed by the Wazir.
      • Diwan-i-Arz:
        • Department of Military headed by Ariz-i-Mamalik.
      • Diwan-i- Insha:
        • Department of royal correspondence headed by Dabir-i-lnsha.
      • Diwan-i-Risalat:
        • Department of religious affairs headed by the chief Qazi.
      • Diwan-i-bandagan:
        • Diwan-i-bandagan (department of slaves) and Diwan-i-Khairat (charity department) was created by Firuz Shah Tughluq. 
      • Diwan-i-mustakharaj:
        • Diwan-i-mustakharaj  (to realise arrears) was created by Alauddin Khiiji. 
      • Diwan- i-kohi:
        • Diwan- i-kohi (department of agriculture) was created by Muhammad bin Tughluq.

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