Indian History

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Sher Shah-Jodhpur

Maldeo was the ruler of Jodhpur. He invited Humayun in 1541 to reconquer Delhi. But due to the fear of Sher Shah he remained neutral. Sher Shah did not satisfy with the behaviour of the Maldeo. Sher Shah made preparations to invade against Maldeo and marched against Marwar in 1543. Sher Shah did not get easy victory but defeated Maldeo with clever device and got Malwa in 1544. But after the death of Sher Shah Maldeo reoccupied his lost territory in July 1555.