Sher Shah Suri & Mughal Empire
Sher Shah Suri (1486 – 22 May 1545) (Persian/ – Farīd Xān Šer Šāh Sūrī, ), birth name Farid Khan, also known as Sher Khan (The Lion King), was an Indian emperor who was founder of the Sur Empire in the Indian subcontinent, with its capital at Delhi. The Mughal Empire (self-designation: , ), or Mogul (also Moghul) Empire in traditional English usage, was an imperial power in the Indian subcontinent from about 1526 to 1757 (though it lingered for another century). /5
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..Sher Shah Suri for defeating the mighty Mughal empire..
"Second Taj Mahal of India" Sher Shah Suri Tomb, Sasaram, Bihar, India * The tomb of Sher Shah Suri is in the Sasaram town of Bihar state, India. * The tomb was built in memory of Emperor Sher Shah Suri, a Pathan from Bihar who defeated the Mughal Empire and founded the Suri Empire in northern India. * He died in an accidental gunpowder explosion in the fort of Kalinjar on 10th day of Rabi' al-awwal, A.H. 952 or 13 May 1545 AD. * His tomb is an example of Indo-Islamic architecture, it was designed by the architect Aliwal Khan and built between 1540 and 1545. * This red sandstone mausoleum (122 ft high), which stands in the middle of an artificial lake, which is nearly square, is known as the second Taj Mahal of India. * The tomb stands at the centre of the lake on a square stone plinth with domed kiosks, chhatris at each of its corners, further there are stone banks and stepped moorings on all sides of the plinth, which is connected to the mainland through a wide stone bridge. * The main tomb is built on ...
During the Mughal Empire the gold coins issued by Sher Shah Suri were called 'Mohur' weighing 169 grains.
Isa Khan Niazi Died 16th Century Delhi , Nationality Afghan , Occupation Noble ...Isa Khan Niazi (Pashto: عیسی خان نيازي) was an Afghan noble in the court of Sher Shah Suri and his son Islam Shah Suri, of the Sur dynasty, who fought the Mughal Empire. Isa khan Niazi was born in 1453 and his last brother was born in 1478. He died in 1548 at the age of 95 in Delhi. The time of 1451 – 1525 was the golden period for these khans, It was the time when Lodhis were completely dominated in subcontinent (Hindustan). Isa Khan Niazi was a prominent member among the Ruling family. Being in the same tribal unit of nobels like Ibrahim Lodhi, Sher Shah Suri . The large part these families was attached with Delhi Derbar. In the honor of great war of Haybat Khan Sher Shah Suri awarded Isa Khan Niazi a title Azam – e – Hyumayoo and also made him governor of Multan and send him to Multan in area Pergani Kuchi (present Mianwali) there were great confusion build up between Haybat Khan Niazi (father genealogy ...
Battle of Panipat 1526 • The Battle of Panipat was fought between the invading forces of Babur and the Lodi Empire, which took place on 21 April 1526 in North India. • It marked the beginning of the Mughal Empire. This was one of the earliest battles involving gunpowder firearms and field artillery. • In 1526, the Mughal forces of Babur, the Timurid ruler of Kabulistan, defeated the much larger ruling army of Ibrahim Lodi,Sultan of Delhi. Battle of Khanwa • Battle of Khanwa was fought between the armies of Rana Sanga (ruler of Mewar) and Babar (Mughal). • Rana Sanga was betrayed by one of his allies, the King of Malwa, resulting into victory of Babar. • The Battle was fought near the village of Khanwa, about 60 km west of Agra on March 17, 1527. • Babur's grandson Akbar, established the city and fort of Fatehpur Sikri in honor of his grandfather's victory in this battle. Sher Shah Suri • Sher Shah Suri , birth name Farid Khan, also known as Sher Khan, "The tiger King") was the founder of t ...
EmpireMughal The Lahore Fort is one of the most famous landmarks left behind from the empire In 1526, Babur, a Timurid descendant of Timur and Genghis Khan from Fergana Valley (modern day Uzbekistan), swept across the Khyber Pass and founded the Mughal Empire, covering modern day Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. The Mughals were descended from Central Asian Turks (with significant Mongol admixture). However, his son Humayun was defeated by the Afghan warrior Sher Shah Suri in the year 1540, and Humayun was forced to retreat to Kabul. After Sher Shah died, his son Islam Shah Suri became the ruler of North India from 1540–53, on whose death his prime minister, Hemu,also known as 'Hem Chandra Vikramaditya', who had won 22 battles continuously against Afghans and Mughals during 1553-56, from Punjab to Bengal ascended the throne and ruled North India from Delhi. He was defeated by Emperor Akbar's forces in the Second Battle of Panipat on 6 November 1556. Akbar the Great, was both a capable ruler and an e ...
Akbar the Great biography Synopsis Born on October 15, 1542 in Umarkot, India, and enthroned at age 14, Akbar the Great began his military conquests under the tutelage of a regent before claiming imperial power and expanding the Mughal Empire. Known as much for his inclusive leadership style as for his war mongering, Akbar ushered in an era of religious tolerance and appreciation for the arts. Akbar the Great died in 1605. Early Life The conditions of Akbar's birth in Umarkot, Sindh, India on October 15, 1542, gave no indication that he would be a great leader. Though Akbar was a direct descendent of Ghengis Khan, and his grandfather Babur was the first emperor of the Mughal dynasty, his father, Humayun, had been driven from the throne by Sher Shah Suri. He was impoverished and in exile when Akbar was born. Humayun managed to regain power in 1555, but ruled only a few months before he died, leaving Akbar to succeed him at just 14 years old. The kingdom Akbar inherited was little more than a collection of ...
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