After ending the Sayyid dynasty, Bahlol Lodi established the Lodi dynasty in the Delhi Sultanate in 1451 AD. This dynasty remained in power till 1526 AD and ruled successfully. This dynasty was the last ruling family of the Delhi Sultanate, which was of Afghan origin.
Rulers of Lodi Dynasty :-
Bahlol Lodi founded the Lodi dynasty in 1451 AD and ruled the Delhi Sultanate till 1489 AD. Alam Shah, the last ruler of the Sayyid dynasty, had voluntarily abdicated the throne of the Delhi Sultanate in favor of Bahlol Lodi. Bahlol Lodi was of Afghan origin. He was born in a Pashtun family. Bahlol Lodi, during the reign of Muhammad Shah of the Sayyid dynasty, was the governor of Sirhind, which is located at Fatehgarh Sahib in present-day Punjab. Bahlol Lodi took the title of "Bahlol Shahgazi" after sitting in the Delhi Sultanate. He married the daughter of a Hindu goldsmith of Sirhind.
After the death of Bahlol Lodi in 1489 AD, Sikandar Lodi succeeded the Delhi Sultanate and became the second ruler of the Lodi dynasty. His childhood name was Nizam Khan, but after assuming power he changed his name to "Sultan Sikandar Shah" who later became famous as Sikandar Lodi. He ruled the Delhi Sultanate from 1489 AD to 1517 AD. Sikandar Lodi was the second son of Bahlol Lodi and Barbak Shah was the eldest son of Bahlol Lodi, who was the Viceroy of Jaunpur.
Major Works of Sikandar Lodi
Ibrahim Lodi was the youngest son of Sikandar Lodi. After the death of Sikandar Lodi, Ibrahim Lodi ascended the throne in 1517 AD and ruled the Delhi Sultanate till 1526 AD. He was the last king of the Lodi dynasty and the last sultan of the Delhi Sultanate.
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After the Battle of Panipat in 1526, Babur laid the foundation of the Mughal dynasty which ruled India for nearly 500 years. Thus ended the Delhi Sultanate.
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