Empires emerged across the globe after 1400 .

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Empires that grew in southern/western Asia, Europe & Eurasia and there impacts on global economy .

Compare and contrast these three types categories of empire, referring to specific themes as you do. Make a general statement at the outset about what the most significant difference and/or similarity between them is - this will be your thesis. Then, you must address three topics as you compare and contrast:

how and if the various empires used religion
what strategies these different empires employed to rule people and stay powerful
how the major empires played roles in and/or transformed the global economy

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Empires that grew in southern/western AsiaLodhi Empire, India (1451-1526) : Lodhi empire was a Pashtun dynasty that was the last dynasty to rule the capital Delhi Sultanate in India. The empire established by Bahlul Lodhi ruled from 1451 to 1526. The last ruler of this empire ,Ibrahim Lodhi was defeated and killed by Babur in the first Battle of Panipat on April 20, 1526. It was during the time of Lodhi Dynasty in Delhi. Special Facts about Lodhi Dynasty : The Lodi dynasty ruled the Delhi Sultanate from 1451 CE to 1526 They were of Afghan origin.The Lodi dynasty was founded by Bahlul Khan Lodi in 1451 CE .Sikandar Lodi is known for his benevolence to Muslim subjects and extreme harshness to Hindu subjects.The last ruler of the Lodi dynasty was Ibrahim Lodi (1489 CE-1526). Ibrahim Lodi was defeated by the Afghan Mughal Babur in the Battle of Panipat in 1526. With this, the Delhi Sultanate was dissolved and the Mughal Empire was established.Decline of Lodhi empire : By the time Ibrahim ruled, the political structure in the Lodhi Dynasty haddissolved due to abandoned trade routes and the depleted treasury.Another problem Ibrahim had when trying to ascend the throne as the next Lodhi emperor was the resistance from a faction of the nobility. Later Ibrahim Lodhi arrested Afghan nobles who opposed him. The Afghan nobles were loyal to the Governor of Bihar, Dariya Khan as they wanted him to rule Delhi, not Sultan Ibrahim.People who tried to take over the L

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