Wakil-i Dar


Wakil-i Dar
   The head of the department of the royal household, which included a large number of production centers and stores that supplied the court as well as different central establishments with provisions and equipment. In the Delhi sultanate, this office was generally occupied by a very senior noble. Under Iltutmish (1211-1236), the office of wakil-i dar was held by 'Izz al-Din Salari.

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