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Battle of Dourah

Muhammad Lodi was defeated by Babur in the battle of Ghagra in 1529.

After the death of Babur, Muhammad Lodi with the help of the Afghan chief started war preparations and occupied upto banaras.

Humayun was alarmed when afghans marched towards Jaunpur.

Though he was busy in seize of Kalinjar, he made peace with the Raja of Kalinjar and proceeded against Afghans.

Afghans reached upto Barabanki.

But Afghans were defeated in the hands of Humayun in the Battle that took place at Dourah or Dadrah in August 1532.

Soon after the battle of Dourah Humayun besiezed the fort of Chunar which was under Sher Khan.

But Humayun made peace with Sher Khan in January 1533, as a result of news of trouble in Gujarat by Bahadur Shah.