History of Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur || History of Mughal Empire

 Zahir ud din Muhammad Babur Period (1526 – 1530) :

A Turkish state was reigning for the second time in Indian geography, like Mahmud of Gazne, who entered the Indian geography during the Mughal Empire and the Ghazni State, which was established at the foot of the Himalayan Mountains , and brought Islam to the pagan tribes. Zahiruddin Muhammed Khan could not settle in the sultanate inherited from his father, left the sultanate office that he had to leave to his uncle, and by establishing a bigger, more magnificent and much more glorious state, he brought the Mughal Empire to the stage of history.

History of Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur || History of Mughal Empire

Zahiruddin Muhammed Khan Babur had defeated Delhi Ruler Ibrahim Ludi at the end of a tough struggle, strengthened his army with the spoils of war, completed his administrative and military arrangements and became an independent and independent state. The first enemies of the Mughal Empire, which was founded in Delhi, one of the most important cities of the Indian geography, were the Hindu kingdoms that overshadowed their dominance in the region.

 Pustepers local Indian kingdoms made their first attack in 1527 against this Muslim Turkish State, which would allow the spread of Islam in the region, as in the Ghazni period. Zahiruddin Muhammed Khan Babur united and defeated the local Hindu kingdoms that attacked him, and took the city of Agra first, and the cities of Luknov and Bengal a year later, with a counterattack.

History of Zahiruddin Muhammad Babur || History of Mughal Empire

 Zahiruddin Muhammed Khan Babur, who is also a writer and poet, gave importance to literary works and gained an extraordinary place in Turkish Cultural History with the important works he wrote and had the palace poets dictated. Literary works written during the reign of Zahiruddin Muhammed Khan Babur, who used both the palace literature and the official correspondence of the state in Arabic alphabet and Chagatai Turkish, were seen as masterpieces by many literati from around the world, and were accepted as the best Turkish works of all time.

Zahiruddin Muhammed Khan Babur fell seriously ill in 1529 and was unable to speak. He died in 1530, declaring that he would hand over his reign to his eldest son Humayun while he was still alive.

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