Kishori Saran Lal (1920 – 2002) was an Indian writer. He wrote many historical books, mainly on medieval India. Many of his books, such as History of the Khaljis and Twilight of the Sultanate, are regarded as standard works.
He obtained his master's degree in 1941 at the University of Allahabad. In 1945 he obtained his D.Phil. with a dissertation on the history of the Khaljis. This dissertation formed the basis for his book History of the Khaljis.
From 1945 to 1963 he taught at Government Colleges in Madhya Pradesh. After 1963, he was a professor at the University of Delhi in Medieval Indian history.
He was fluent in Persian, Old Persian, Urdu and other languages.
- The Legacy of Muslim Rule in India. New Delhi, Aditya Prakashan, 1992.  (ISBN 81-85689-03-2) etc.
- "Delhi Historians Group's Publication "Communalization of Education: The History Textbooks Controversy", A report in 2002, New Delhi: Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
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