Khizr Khan (14 14- 142 1 A.D.) the Governor of Multan took advantage of the chaotic conditions in India after Timur’s invasion occupied the throne of Delhi in 1414 A.D.
Khizr Khan, the founder did not assume any royal title.
Though he brought Punjab, Dilapur and parts of Surat under his control,
He lost Jaunpur, Malwa, Gujarat, Khandesh, Bengal and Deccan.
He died in 1421 A.D
And was succeeded by his son Mubarak Shah (1421-1434A.D.)
Mubarak Shah (1421-1434A.D.
He suppressed the Khokhars and the local chiefs of the Doab region.
For the first time Hindu nobles were appointed in the court of Delhi.
He built a city called “Mubarakbad” on the banks of the river Jamuna.
Mubarak’s nephew, Muhammad Shah (1434-1445 A.D.) succeeded him.
He put down the ruler of Malwa with the help of Bahlol Lodi the Governor of Lahore
For the help rendered by Bahlol Lodi he was conferred with the title Khan-iKhanan
Muhammad Shah was succeeded by Ala-ud-din Shah (1 445-1457 A.D.).
He was a very feeble ruler.
Bahlol Lodi the Governor of Lahore occupied Delhi in 1457A.D. and allowed Ala-ud-din Shah to retire to Badaun where he died in 1478 A.D.