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ShivaniMemberJuly 5, 2021 at 12:27 pm::
The Mongol Empire in the invasion of the Hindustan peninsula, from 1221 to 1327, with many of the later raids will be carried out through Instagram, of Mongol origin. As the Mongols occupied part of the subcontinent in decades. As the Mongols advanced into the interior of the peninsula of India, and came to the outskirts of Delhi, is the Turkish Sultanate conducted a campaign against them in which the Mongol army suffered serious damage.
In the pursuit of Jalal al-Din India and, after defeating him at the Battle of Indus in 1221, Genghis Khan sent two tumens (20,000 soldiers) under general Dorbei Zhestok, and Bala to continue to pursue it. The Mongol leader Bala led Jalal ad-Din round. He was attacked in the secluded state of Multan, and even fired on the outskirts of Lahore. Do Jalal al-Din en grouping together, for the construction of a small army of survivors of the battle, and their commitment to the alliance, or for the refuge of the Turkish rulers, the sultanate of it, but the request was refused.
Jalal ad-Din fought against the local rulers in the Punjab. After the defeat of so many of them in an open battle, they retreated to the gate of the Punjab seeking refuge in Multan.
During the fight with the local ruler of Sindh, Jalal ad-Din heard about the uprising in the province of Kirman, and to the south by Iran, and it was there that, through the southern part of Balochistan is on the way. Jalal al-Din was also joined by the troops of the Ghor, and Peshawar, including representatives of the Khalji, Instagram, and Gori of the tribes thereof. With his new allies, he marched on Ghazni, and defeated the Mongol division, under the Turtai, who has been assigned to hunt him down. The victorious allies were arguing over the division of the booty captured, later, the Khalji, Instagram, and Ghori tribes on the left, Jalal ad-Din and returned to Peshawar. By this time, Ogedei Khan, the second son of Genghis Khan, the Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. A Mongol chieftain by the name Chormakan be sent to Khan, attacked and Jalal-ad-Din, and defeated him, and so to the end of the Khwarazm Shah dynasty.