The Most Powerfull Sultan Mubarak Khan (1421-1434 AD)

The Most Powerfull Sultan Mubarak Khan (1421-1434 AD)

The Most Powerfull Sultan Mubarak Khan (1421-1434 AD)

After the death of Khizir Khan, his son Mubarak Khan ascended the throne with the title of Mubarak Shah and issued coins and delivered sermons in his own name. Since the Jagirs were hereditary since the time of Firaj Shah Tughlaq the Jagirdars disobeyed the Sultan and defended their own interests. Mubarak Shah reduced the power of these powerful feudal lords. Arranged for transfer. But the workers and landlords ignored this policy and became rebellious. Mubarak. Shah suppressed this revolt. He also appointed Kamal-ul-Mulk as the vizier, after the vizier Saraiyar-ul-Mulk had shown his incompetence in discharging his duties. As a result, he was killed in the conspiracy of the combined Hindu-Muslim owners and jagirdars and the vizier. Mubarak Shah was a noble and pragmatic ruler. He valued the wise and the virtuous. Under his tutelage, Yahya bin Ahmad Sirhindi wrote the history book 'Tarikh-i-Mubarakshahi'. He. He denied allegiance to the weak heirs of Timur and expressed loyalty to the existing caliph in Egypt. In the words of the historian Hamid Uddin, "Mubarak Shah was the strongest member of Khizir Khan's royal family. He died on February 20, 1434. Muhammad Shah (1434-1445 AD).

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After the death of Apalak Mubarak Shah 

his brother Muhammad Shah ascended the throne of Delhi with the title. He was. Invalid heir of the Syed dynasty. His moral character was inferior. When the fire of rebellion was burning in the empire, he was intoxicated with sensuality and drunkenness. Due to which he was not able to save the empire from internal disunity and political strife. The Sultan of Gwalior refuses to pay taxes. Ibrahim of Jaunpur. Sharqi occupied several parganas of Delhi. Even the Malab rulers invaded Delhi. Muhammad Shah Bahlul. With the help of Lady, Malab defeated and expelled the ruler. He died in 1445 AD.


Alauddin Alam Shah (1445-1451 AD) After the death of Kaman Shah, Alauddin Alam Shah ascended the throne of Delhi. He is only 5 due to incompetence. He was always on the throne. Taking advantage of his weakness, Minister Hamid Khan usurped all power, but Alam. Unable to control him, Shah moved to Baun. Meanwhile, Hamid Khao could not strengthen his position in Delhi. He sought the help of Bahlul Ladi to thwart the attempts of neighboring states to attack Delhi. Bahl came to Lape and captured Hamid and killed him. In 1451 AD, all the power was in his hands. Accepted. According to another, Alam Shah left the throne in favor of Bahlul Ladi and lived a retired life in Baun. Does. With his death in 14 AD, the Syed dynasty fell and the Ladi dynasty rose. Single work: Judge the achievements of Khizir Khan, the founder of the Syed dynasty.


Contribution of Syed dynasty. The rule of the Syed dynasty in the Delhi Sultanate was short-lived. The first two sultans of this dynasty ruled with skill. Despite ruling, the next two rulers failed to play an effective role due to various incidents. From the political point of view of the time, the reign of Syed dynasty cannot be said to be insignificant. Because after the reign of Firaj Shah Tughlaq, the fall of Sultanate rule became almost certain. In this crisis, the rise of the Syed dynasty increased the stability of the Delhi Sultanate for about one and a half years. The first two sultans of this dynasty were devoted to warfare and epistemology. So there is no time to underestimate their public welfare. The reason for the downfall of the Syed dynasty. The Syed dynasty founded by Khizir Khan fell to Bahalul Ladi. There are several reasons behind the decline of this dynasty. First, the influence of the Amir-umrah on the royal court increased. They unwittingly interfered with the Sultanate. The Sultan of Kona did not take appropriate measures to end their influence. As a result, various kinds of chaos took place in Sultana. Secondly, the incompetence and ignorance of the sultans in governing the country led to revolts against the rule in different places. Thirdly, the sultans formed the efficient army which was needed to suppress the rebellion and disorder in different parts of the kingdom. Couldn't. Fourth: The last ruler of this dynasty, Alam Shah, was comfortable and luxurious. He was almost indifferent about state governance. Due to his weakness, Bahalul Ladi brought down the Syed dynasty and established the Ladi dynasty. Laladi dynasty (1451-1526 AD). The last dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate was the Lady dynasty. After the demise of the Syed dynasty, the Laddi dynasty emerged. Bahalul Laedi was the founder of this dynasty. Ethnically, he was a member of the Shahu Khel branch of the Afghan Lady faction. The dynasty established by Bahalul is known as the Laddi dynasty as it is an Afghan belonging to the Laddi subdivision. Three sultans of this dynasty ruled for about 65 years. The rule of this dynasty was much brighter than that of Syed dynasty.


List of Laladi clans. (1451-1526 AD)

Bahram Laedi 

Owner Black 

(1) Bahlul Laedi + daughter of a goldsmith.

(1451-69 AD).

Khwaja Bayazid.

Barbak Shah

(2) Sikandar Laedi. (1469-1516 AD)

Not || Teh Khan || Musa Khan || Jalal Khan.

[Ismail |  Mahmoud]

(3) Ibrahim Laedi (1517-26 AD) [was defeated and killed by Babur in the first battle of Panipath (1526 AD).

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Bahlul Laedi (1451-69 AD) Early life and access to the throne

 After the fall of the Syed dynasty, the Laddi d

The Most Powerfull Sultan Mubarak Khan (1421-1434 AD)

ynasty emerged in Delhi. There were ladies. Afghans in the nation. The founder of this dynasty was Bahlul Laedi. Bahlul Ladi's father is Malik Kala. It is known from Tarikh-i Ibrahim Shahi and Tarikh-i-Nizami that the owner was Malik Shah's brother Sultan Shah Ladi Khizir Khan. During his reign he became the ruler of Sirhind. Sultan Shah Laedi; He married a daughter to his nephew Bahalul while ruling Sirhind with the title of Islam Khan and made Bahalul the successor of Sirhind. After his death, Bahlul Ladi became the ruler of Sirhind and Lahore. Dilpi, the ruler of Malabar. When he attacked, he defeated and expelled the ruler of Malabar at the invitation of Sultan Muhammad Shah of Delhi. Then the last sultan of the Syed dynasty, Alauddin Alam Shah, took advantage of the weakness and political turmoil. Lodi seized the throne and established the Lodi dynasty.


Distribution of Bir: Nahl Laedi ascended the throne of Nili in 1451 AD and delivered a sermon in his own name. State victory. He was more enthusiastic about state restructuring than waiting. In order to increase his power, he provided book jagirs to Afghan generals and elites, and in order to gain their allegiance, he set up a well-to-do stage in Delhi, according to Tarikh-e-Saudi. It was on this stage that Bahlul Laini got the title of 'Masnad-i-Ala'. Suppression of Rebellion and Conquest of the State: Bahlul Ladi imprisoned Hamid, a closed minister who assisted in gaining the throne. And the ruler of Jaunpur shattered the dream of conquering India. His outstanding achievement was Jaunpur. Rights. When Sultan Ibrahim Sharqi of Jaunpur tried to capture Delhi, Bahlul Ladi thwarted his attack. Jaunpur was annexed by Delhi and forced to submit to the disobedient king Kirat Singh of Gwalior. Does. He also suppressed the revolts of the jagirdars of Kaspil, Patiala, Multan and Sirhind. Then he died in 1469 AD. Character and Achievement: Bahlul Ladi was a skilled and prudent Sultan. His efforts brought back some of the pride of the Delhi Sultanate. As a person he was also kind, unpretentious and just. He interacted with the people without royal etiquette. Kindness to the poor, patronage of knowledge and scholarship. Skill in governing was another characteristic of Bahlul Ladi's character. There is no comparison between him as a judge. R.C. Majumdar (Ramesh Chandra Majumdur) said, "As a ruler Bahlul was incomparably superior to those who had preceded him on the throne of Dilhi since the time of Firuz of the house of Tughlug." That is to say, "Bahalul was comparatively superior to the rulers who ascended the throne of Delhi from the time of Firaj Shah of the Tughlaq dynasty."

Is created. Bahlul is said to be the third son of Bahlul Ladi, a part of the aristocracy. | Ladak's eldest son, Barbak Shah, ruler of Jaunpur, declared independence in Jaunpur and his brother's allegiance


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Meanwhile, Nizam Kha ascended the throne of Delhi under the name of Sikandar Laedi. Suppress rebellion and conquer the kingdom; At first he marched on Jaunpur in an army against Barbak Shah and called upon Barbak Shah to surrender. When Barbak Shah refused, he deposed and imprisoned him and appointed a new ruler in his place. When a revolt broke out again at Jaunpur under the leadership of Hussain Shah Sharqi, Sikandar Shah expelled him from Zainpur to Bihar and conquered Bihar and Trihut. Then proceeded towards Bengal. He entered into a treaty of friendship with Husain Shah, the ruler of Bengal. In 1504 AD he became the capital of Agra

By transfer, he established authority over the regions of Etowah, Cole, and Gwalior. The exuberant Afghan nation as well. He tries to keep it under strict control.


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