Lodi dynasty

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The Lodi dynasty was an Afghan dynasty that ruled the Delhi Sultanate from 1451 to 1526.wikipedia
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Pashtuns

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The Lodi dynasty was an Afghan dynasty that ruled the Delhi Sultanate from 1451 to 1526. Another problem Ibrahim faced when he ascended the throne in 1517 were the Pashtun nobles, some of whom supported Ibrahim's older brother, Jalaluddin, in taking up arms against his brother in the area in the east at Jaunpur.
During the Delhi Sultanate era, the 15th–16th century Lodi dynasty briefly replaced the preexisting rulers in North India until Babur completely deposed the Lodi dynasty.

Delhi Sultanate

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The Lodi dynasty was an Afghan dynasty that ruled the Delhi Sultanate from 1451 to 1526.
Five dynasties ruled over the Delhi Sultanate sequentially: the Mamluk dynasty (1206–90), the Khalji dynasty (1290–1320), the Tughlaq dynasty (1320–1414), the Sayyid dynasty (1414–51), and the Lodi dynasty (1451–1526).

Bahlul Lodi

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It was the last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, and was founded by Bahlul Khan Lodi when he replaced the Sayyid dynasty.
Founder of the Lodi dynasty from the Delhi Sultanate upon the abdication of the last claimant from the previous Sayyid rule.

Sayyid dynasty

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It was the last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, and was founded by Bahlul Khan Lodi when he replaced the Sayyid dynasty.
Founded by Khizr Khan a former governor of Multan, they succeeded the Tughlaq dynasty and ruled the sultanate until they were displaced by the Lodi dynasty.

Delhi

Delhi, IndiaNational Capital Territory of DelhiNational Capital Territory
After the last Sayyid ruler of Delhi, Ala-ud-Din Alam Shah voluntarily abdicated in favour of him, Bahlul Khan Lodi ascended the throne of the Delhi sultanate on 19 April 1451.
For the next three hundred years, Delhi was ruled by a succession of Turkic and an Afghan, Lodi dynasty.

First Battle of Panipat

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Ibrahim was defeated in 1526 at the Battle of Panipat.
The First Battle of Panipat, on 21 April 1526, was fought between the invading forces of Babur and the Lodi Kingdom.

Babur

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This marked the end of the Lodi Dynasty and the rise of the Mughal Empire in India led by Babur ((r.
At that time, the Indo-Gangetic Plain of the Indian subcontinent was ruled by Ibrahim Lodi of the Afghan Lodi dynasty, whereas Rajputana was ruled by a Hindu Rajput Confederacy, led by Rana Sanga of Mewar.

Rana Sanga

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Rana Sanga, the Hindu Rajput leader of Mewar ((r.
He fought against the Afghan Lodhi dynasty of Delhi Sultanate, and later against the Turkic Mughals of Ferghana.

Punjab

Punjab regionPanjabPunjabi
1451 – 1489)) was the nephew and son-in-law of Malik Sultan Shah Lodi, the governor of Sirhind in (Punjab), India and succeeded him as the governor of Sirhind during the reign of Sayyid dynasty ruler Muhammad Shah.

Jaunpur, Uttar Pradesh

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Another problem Ibrahim faced when he ascended the throne in 1517 were the Pashtun nobles, some of whom supported Ibrahim's older brother, Jalaluddin, in taking up arms against his brother in the area in the east at Jaunpur.
Although many of the Sharqi monuments were destroyed when the Lodis took the city, several important mosques remain, most notably the Atala Masjid, Jama Masjid (now known as the Bari (big mosque) Masjid) and the Lal Darwaza Masjid.

Daulat Khan Lodi

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In order to take revenge of the insults done by Ibrahim, the governor of Lahore, Daulat Khan Lodi asked the ruler of Kabul, Babur to invade his kingdom.
Daulat Khan Lodi (Pashto: دولت خان لودی) was the governor of Lahore during the reign of Ibrahim Lodi, the last ruler of the Lodi dynasty.

Kabul

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Babur, however, had survived two revolts, one in Kandahar and another in Kabul, and was careful to pacify the local population after victories, following local traditions and aiding widows and orphans.
Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat, a poet from Hindustan who visited at the time wrote: "Dine and drink in Kabul: it is mountain, desert, city, river and all else." It was from here that Babur began his 1526 conquest of Hindustan, which was ruled by the Afghan Lodi dynasty and began east of the Indus River in what is present-day Pakistan.

Mughal Empire

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He was engaged in warfare with the Afghans and the Mughal Empire for most of his reign and died trying to keep the Lodi Dynasty from annihilation.
By the time he was invited by Lodi governor of Lahore, Daulat Khan, to support his rebellion against Lodi Sultan Ibrahim Khan, Babur was familiar with gunpowder firearms and field artillery, and a method for deploying them.

Sikandar Lodi

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Sikandar Lodi, whose mother was a Hindu, restorted to strong Sunni orthodoxy to prove his Islamic credentials as a political expediency.
He became the next ruler of the Lodi dynasty after the death of his father Bahlul Lodi in July 1489.The second and most successful ruler of the Lodi dynasty of the Delhi sultanate, he was also a poet of the Persian language and prepared a diwan of 9000 verses.

Battle of Khanwa

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He provided 10,000 Afghan soldiers to Rana Sanga in Battle of Khanwa.

Lodi Gardens

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Spread over 90 acre, it contains, Mohammed Shah's Tomb, Tomb of Sikandar Lodi, Shisha Gumbad and Bara Gumbad, architectural works of the 15th century by Lodis - who ruled parts of northern India and Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of modern-day Pakistan, from 1451 to 1526.

Lodi (Pashtun tribe)

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The Lodi dynasty was a Pashtun dynasty that ruled the Delhi Sultanate from 1451 to 1526.

Sirhind-Fategarh

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1451 – 1489)) was the nephew and son-in-law of Malik Sultan Shah Lodi, the governor of Sirhind in (Punjab), India and succeeded him as the governor of Sirhind during the reign of Sayyid dynasty ruler Muhammad Shah.

Muhammad Shah (Sayyid dynasty)

Muhammad ShahMohammed Shah
1451 – 1489)) was the nephew and son-in-law of Malik Sultan Shah Lodi, the governor of Sirhind in (Punjab), India and succeeded him as the governor of Sirhind during the reign of Sayyid dynasty ruler Muhammad Shah.

Jaunpur Sultanate

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The most important event of his reign was the conquest of Jaunpur.

Agra

Agra, IndiaAgra, Uttar PradeshAkbarabad
He founded Agra in 1504 and built mosques.

Sanskrit

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He was also patron of learning and ordered Sanskrit work in medicine to be translated into Persian.

Bihar

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His greatest achievement was the conquest and annexation of Bihar.

Deccan Plateau

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The Deccan was a coastal trade route, but in the late fifteenth century the supply lines had collapsed.

Hindus

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Rana Sanga, the Hindu Rajput leader of Mewar ((r.