Sultan Shahab ud Din Ghori
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The death of Sultan Mehmood Ghaznavi and the reign of Sultan Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghauri during the reign of one hundred and forty-five years. Sultan Mahmood Ghaznavi made the Punjab province of India only in the province of Ghazni, which was under the control of the Hindu Shahi dynasty, whose capital was Lahore. After his death, he remained silent. After so long, a Muslim ruler, Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghori, entered India.Nowadays, it is being asked why Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan built the tomb Muhammad Ghauri while his tomb was in Ghazni? Why did they name their missiles "Ghori Missiles"? What is the relationship between Dr Abdul Qadir Khan? They have tried to write this book in response to questions.Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghauri established the new Afghan government after the Turkish Shahia regime was overthrown in Ghazni. He ruled jointly with his brother. The brother was the ruler of Ghor and Herat. He handed over the affairs of Ghazni and India to Shahabuddin Mohammad Ghauri.By 7th, Muhammad Ghauri conquered Multan, Sindh, Peshawar and Lahore and joined northern India in Ghazni's government. After the capture of Lahore, Sultan Mohammad Ghauri decided to punish Koramat, who had martyred his brother. He was now leaving Multan and making Anhal Wara his center. The Sultan attacked Anhal Wara and shattered the power of the far-right.In 7th, Raja Prathavi defeated Raj Chauhan and occupied Delhi and Ajmer. Qutbuddin Aibak, a general of Ghauri, won victories in Gujarat. Anhal conquered Wara and Mount Abu in Bazar Shamsher. In Bandhilkhand, Kallanger, Kasi and Rohilkhand went to conquer the area of Badi. One of its chief, Muhammad Bakhtiyar Khilji, advanced to Bihar. After conquering Bihar, Bengal and Assam, climbed the Himalayas to conquer Tibet. But due to road problems, Bengal returned. He settled the second capital of Lucknow, the capital of Bengal, and named it Ghor (Ghor) and made it the capital of Bengal. Thus, the new Ghazni government reached Bengal and Assam, and there was no power left in northern India that could claim to have confronted the Muslims. Now the new Muslims, Turks, Afghans, Iranians, Arabs, Tatars and Mongols all joined hands with Delhi's Muslim government. Here now scholars, saints, elders and intellectuals The brothers started coming. And a new "Muslim Indian civilization" started and Islam started spreading. It is called the founder of the Muslim state.
Shahabuddin Ghauri founded the "Islamic State" in India. Muhammad Ghauri was a great ruler but also a great general, high administrator, staunch politician, and capable politician. Very little has been written on this male Mujahid. For a long time, I had the idea to write a book about Mohammad Ghauri. It is difficult to write about Shahabuddin's unique personality because many aspects of his life are not found in the face of history. Still, I have included all the material from the authentic historical books. References are also listed at the required locations, which has greatly enhanced its utility.