who was the last ruler of the lodhi dynasty of the delhi sultanate ?

A. Sikandar Lodi
B. Ibrahim Lodhi
C. Bahlul Lodi
D. None of These

The Lodi dynasty (1451–1526) was the last to control the Delhi Sultanate. In much of the northern subcontinent, Bahlul Lodi (1451–1489) restored the sultanate’s authority. Despite Lodi’s attempts to subjugate it, Multan remained independent.

Hussain Langha (1456–1502), the son of Sarha Langa, was the ruler of Multan when he finally recognized him. The Sultanate of Delhi was defeated once more. This time, however, it would not recover. Multan, Gujarat, Malwa, Sind, and Khandesh, all in central India, had become separate Muslim kingdoms by 1500.

The Delhi Sultanate came to an end with the death of Ibrahiml Lodi (1517–1526). It gave way to the Mughal Empire, which would become one of the world’s most powerful kingdoms.

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