Ibrahim Lodi


Ibrahim Lodi
(?-1526)
   Ibrahim, the eldest son of Sikandar Lodi (1489-1517), ascended the throne in 1517 without facing opposition. But soon his brother, Jalal Khan, declared himself a king at Jaunpur and the new sultan had to resort to harsh measures to suppress him. After this episode, Ibrahim began to assert his absolute powers with-out paying heed to the tribal feelings of the Afghan nobles, which led to the widespread disaffection of the nobles. Daulat Khan Lodi, the governor of the Punjab, invited Babur to invade the Lodi Empire, and many other senior nobles started openly defying the sultan. Eventually Babur defeated and killed Ibrahim Lodi in the battle of Panipat (1526), which led to the end of the Lodi Empire.

Historical dictionary of Medieval India. . 2011.

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