Who was the Founder of Mughal Dynasty?
Babur was the founder of Mughal dynasty and written all his memories in Turki, Persian across Iran and Central Asia. His rule lasted only for four years, but during that time he built new buildings and laid out gardens in the geometric Iranian style. He died in 1530 and his kingdom merged with the major cities of Kabul, Lahore, Agra, and Delhi. Babur was succeeded by his son, Humayun, who lacked his father's determination and military brilliance. Within ten years, Humayun was forced out of Hindustan by the Afghan Sher Shah Suri, who took over the Mughal territory and ruled in Delhi.