Hasan khan mewati

Raja Hasan Khan, Raja Hasan Khan Mewati, Raja Hasan, Hasan Khan, Hasan Mewati, (died March 17 1527), was an ambitious Khanzada Rajput Muslim ruler of Mewat. His dynasty had ruled Mewat for nearly 200 years it is believed that his ancestor converted to Islam when requested by Firuz Shah Tughlaq in the year 1376. He was killed in the Battle of Khanwa (March 1527) against the first Mughal Emperor Babur, the invader to Delhi's throne at that time. His son Naher Khan ruled Mewat as a vassal of Mughals.


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