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Battle of First Panipat

The Battle of Panipat took place between Babur and Ibrahim Lodi.

Babur advanced to Delhi via Sirhind.

On the way Babur defeated Daulat Khan who had turned out Alauddin from Lahore.

Ibrahim Lodi, the Delhi Sultan, prepared for war and came out of Delhi with big army to give battle to Babur.

Both the armies of Babur and Ibrahim Lodi met on the plains of Panipat.

In the battle of Panipat that took place in 1526 Babur defeated and killed Ibrahim Lodi inspite of the superior numerical strength of Ibrahim Lodis armies.

Babur artillery worked well. After the battle the forces of Babur occupied Delhi and Agra.

Khutba was read in the mosque of Delhi in the name of Babur on 27th April 1526.

The power of Lodi dynasty was shattered into pieces and the sovereignty of Hindustan passed into the hands of Babur.

Babur and his descendants are called Mughals.