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Muhammad Ghazni invasions on India

Ghazni Muhammad invaded India for seventeen times between 1000 A.D and 1026 A.D.

Ghazni Muhammad invaded on India for the first time in 1000 A.D and conquered forts in the frontier zone.

He invaded for the second time in 1001 A.D against Jayapala, the Hindushahi ruler of Waihind. In the battle Jayapala was defeated.

In the third invasion Ghazni Muhammad defeated the king of Bhira and killed many Hindus.

In the fourth invasion he invaded against Daud of Multan.

Muhammad invaded fifth time to punish Sukhapala as he moved back to Hindu religion.

During the sixth invasion Ghazni Muhammad invaded against Anandapala of Hindushahi dynasty ruling Waihind. He destroyed Jwalamukhi temple at Nagarkot in Kangra hills.

In the seventh invasion Muhammad defeated the ruler of Multan, Daud.

Trilochanapala who came to power after Anandapala was defeated by Ghazni Muhammad.

Muhammad invaded Sthaneswar and destroyed the Srikaraswami temple.

He invaded against Rajyapala of Gurjara Pratiharas of Kanauj in his twelfth invasion.

In 1019 A.D Muhammad invaded against Bundelkhand.

Ghazni Muhammad invaded against Somanath temple in his fifteenth invasion in 1025 A.D. and plundered its wealth. The idol of the temple was broken into peaces. The ruler of Anhilwara, Bhimadeva ran away without fight.

Muhammad invaded against Jats in his seventeeth invasion in 1026-27 A.D.

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