Q: 35 (CDS-I/2013)

Between 1309 and 1311, Malik Kafur led two campaigns in South India. The significance of the expeditions lies in it that—
1. they reflected a high degree of boldness and spirit of adventure on the part of the Delhi rulers
2. the invaders returned to Delhi with untold wealth
3. they provided fresh geo- graphical knowledge
4. Ala-ud-din promoted Malik Kafur to the rank of Malik' naib or Vice-Regent of the Empire

Select the correct answer using the codes given below—
question_subject: 
History
question_year: 
2013
question_exam: 
CDS-I
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