Gogra War- War fought between Mughals and Afghans | Extension of Babars’ kingdom after success in Gogra War

September 5th, 2010| Uncategorized.

Gogra War- War fought between Mughals and Afghans | Extension of Babars’ kingdom after  success in Gogra War


The Gogra war took place between the Mughals and Afghans. It took place in 1529 after the Canva wars. This is the last important war which took place in India to extend the Mughul Empire. And this was the last war which the Mughul emperor Barbar and there were Mohammed Lodi and others on the opposite side. Barbar had defeated the Afghan kings and won the battle. Lodi who lost in this battle went to Burma and the Susrat Sha Barbar made an agreement with them. The Barbar dynasty had extended from Asia to Kabul, Punjab, Delhi, Agra, Bihar and it had extended up to Gwalior in the south. Barbar died in 1530 on December 26th with an unknown disease at his 47th year.

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