About Muhammad Ibn Suri — on Wikipedia (as on 10/10/20).
Muhammad Ibn Suri is the old man with the white beard, in this painting depicting him in the famous historical work “Tabaqat-e-Naseri”.
This is the new mausoleum built around the tomb of the great Tajik Emperor and conqueror Sultan Shahabuddin Ghori (d. 1206) — who established the Delhi Sultanate. It is located in Sohawa village, near Jhelum in the Punjab Province of Pakistan. He was a direct lineal descendent of Muhammad Ibn Suri.




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