During the medieval India, the Rajputs were repeatedly defeated by the Turks. What was / were the reasons of such defeats?
1. The Rajputs could not guage the significance of the earlier Arab raids
2. Central Asian horses did wonders in pitched battles
3. The armies of Indian rulers were feudal levies and largely static
4. Turkish / Afghan raiders were best in Guerrilla warfare in comparison to Indians
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The fourth statement in this question is incorrect. Guerrilla warfare may have been one means for Indians of harassing the Afghan armies, particularly when they were on the march, but this does not appear to have been used very effectively.
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