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Muhammad Ghori

Ghurid dynsty came into prominence after the downfall of Ghaznavid dynasty.

Ghiyas uddin Muhammad was the first prominent ruler of the Ghor dynasty.

He appointed his brother Muiz uddin, popularly known as Muhammad of Ghor, as Governor of Ghazni.

Muhammad Ghori wanted to establish Muslim rule in India.

Muhammad Ghori first invasion took place against Multan in 1175 A.D. and conquered it.

He invaded against Anhilwara in 1178 A.D and defeated its king Bhimadeva.

He captured Peshawar and Sindh in 1179 A.D.

He conquered Lahore in 1186 A.D.

Muhammad Ghur conquered Punjab in 1175.

The king of Kanauj Jaya Chandra was defeated and killed by Muhammad Ghor in the battle of Chandwar.

Bayana and Gwaliyar were conquered by Muhammad Ghor in 1195 A.D.

Muhammad Ghor was died while suppressing the rebellion of Gokkars in 1206.