Ibrahim Lodi Tomb – History Of Ibrahim Lodi

Ibrahim Lodi – Ibrahim Lodi became the sultan of Delhi Sultanate in 1517 after the death of his father Sikandar Lodi. He was the last ruler of the Lodi dynasty. He ruled India from 1517-1526 and was defeated by the Mughals, who established a new dynasty, which dynasty ruled here for three centuries.

History and Biography of Abraham Lodi

Ibrahim Lodi / Sultan Ibrahim Lodi got the posthumous throne of his father Sikandar Lodi. But his government’s abilities were not the same as his father. He had to face many revolts. Rana Sangram Singh extended his empire to the western Uttar Pradesh and threatened to attack Agra. The rebellion had started in the east too. Abraham changed the old and senior army commanders from his loyal newcomers to the Nawab of the court. Then he started threatening to scare his people. And finally the Afghani courtiers invited Babar to attack Kabul from India. Abraham died in the first war of Panipat.

The separation of Babar high-ranking soldiers and their Lion soldiers caused the fall of Ibrahim Lodi, although his army was very large. There were about 30000-35,000 soldiers in Babar’s army, while there was 40000455000 soldiers in Abraham’s army and at least 125 were in the army. The end of Lodi was the beginning of Mughal rule in India.

Historically, historians have said that “Abraham died and died like a soldier.” While some historians said that “no other Sultan of India, except Sultan Ibrahim Lodhi, was killed in the battlefield.”

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Ibrahim Lodi divided the state and appointed his brother Jalal Khan as ruler of Jaunpur, but later joined Jaunpur in his kingdom. After sitting on the throne, Ibrahim sent Azam Humayun Shervani to attack Gwalior. The then ruler of that time, Vikramjit Singh, accepted the submission of Abraham. Ibrahim Lodi’s campaign against Rana Sangha, ruler of Mewar, was unsuccessful. Abraham Lodhi was defeated by Rana Sanga in the Battle of Khatauli. In this war Rana Sangha lost her left hand. Rana Sanga took control of Chandari.

Reason Of Dispute

The main reason for the dispute between Mewar and Ibrahim Lodi was the right of Malwa. Ibrahim’s brother Jalal Khan had taken Jaunpur in his possession. He made his coronation in Kalpi with the title ‘Jalaluddin’. Ibrahim Lodi tried his best to suppress the Lohani, Paramuli and Lodhi castes, so powerful sardar became dissatisfied.

Defeat And Death

In the disgruntled warriors of Abraham, the ruler of Punjab ‘Daulat Khan Lodhi’ and Ibrahim Lodi’s uncle ‘Alam Khaan’ invited the ruler of Babur to Timur from Kabul to invade India. Babar accepted this invitation and he came to India. Lodhi was badly beaten and killed in a horrific confrontation between Ibrahim Lodi and Babar on 21 April 1526 at Panipat ground. Ibrahim Lodi’s greatest weakness was his stubborn nature. The main feature of his time was his struggle with his chieftains. With the death of Abraham, the Delhi Sultanate was finished and Babur established a new dynasty ‘Mughal Dynasty’ in India.

Ideas Of Books

According to the angel – “He fought for the death and died like a soldier.” Niyamatullah says that “no other Sultan of India has been killed in the war zone except Sultan Ibrahim Lodi.”

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