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Cambridge University Press. Penguin Books India. Naukar, Rajput, and Sepoy: He had made India flourish in such a way that the king of Persia and Turan appreciate it, and have a desire to look at it. In the same India due to able administration of the well wishers of the court, nothing is left except rabble and jungles
He is also credited with the introduction of custom duty, which is followed even today. He built many inns, mosques and laid down the network of roads the most famous among them being the Grand Trunk Road.
He also had a refined taste in architecture, it is evident in the Rohtas Fort built by him.
He continued his administrative as well as military activities simultaneously. He besieged the strong fort of Kalinjar in Bundelkhand where he died at in an accidental explosion of gunpowder in Though he ruled India for a short period of five years but changes made by him had the everlasting impact on the lives of people.
He is considered to be the most successful ruler of medieval India. In the opinion of S. Rashid, as an able general, consummate soldier, as a determined ruler Sher Shah stand head over shoulders above the other rulers.
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These letters indicated, falsely, that some of Maldeo's army commanders were promising assistance to Sher Shah. This caused great consternation to Maldeo, who immediately and wrongly suspected his commanders of disloyalty. Maldeo left for Jodhpur with his own men, abandoning his commanders to their fate.
After that Maldeo's innocent generals Jaita and Kumpa fought with just a few thousand men against an enemy force of 80, men and cannons.
In the ensuing battle of Sammel also known as battle of Giri Sumel , Sher Shah emerged victorious, but several of his generals lost their lives and his army suffered heavy losses. Sher Shah is said to have commented that "for a few grains of bajra millet, which is the main crop of barren Marwar I almost lost the entire kingdom of Hindustan. The system of tri-metalism which came to characterise Mughal coinage was introduced by Sher Shah.
Gold coins called the Mohur weighing grains and copper coins called Paisa were also minted by his government. Qila-i-Kuhna mosque, built by Sher Shah in , at Purana Qila, Delhi , a Humayun citadel started in , and later extended by him, along with the construction of Sher Mandal, an octagonal building inside the Purana Qila complex, which later served as the library of Humayun.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sher Shah Suri Tomb , Sasaram. Main article: Battle of Sammel. Specially Sher Khan was not an angel malak but a king malik.
In six years he gave such stability to the structure of the empire that its foundations still survive. He had made India flourish in such a way that the king of Persia and Turan appreciate it, and have a desire to look at it. Hazrat Arsh Ashiyani Akbar the great followed his administrative manual zawabit for fifty years and did not discontinue them. In the same India due to able administration of the well wishers of the court, nothing is left except rabble and jungles Further information: Sher Shah Suri Tomb.
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