By P. M. Holt, Ann K. S. Lambton, Bernard Lewis
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He put the administration on a sound foundation. His intelligence system was so good that the credulous believed that he had supernatural powers. He was firm and tactful, and, without weakening their support, he kept the Afghans under discipline. He displayed intolerance in suppressing some Hindu religious practices. He died in 923/1517 and was succeeded 23 Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 THE INDIAN SUB-CONTINENT by Ibrahim Lodi who alienated the sympathies of the Afghan nobles.
During Muhammad b. Tughluq's reign, Bahadur, who had been displaced by Ghiyas al-Din Tughluq, was placed on the throne of Sonargaon under the tutelage of an official. Bahadur rebelled and was executed. Once again, because Cambridge Histories Online © Cambridge University Press, 2008 MUSLIM INDIA BEFORE THE MUGHALS Muhammad b. Tughluq's attention was diverted by rebellions elsewhere, there was civil war in Bengal, which lasted until Feroz Shah invaded Bengal to chastise Ilyas. We have seen (pp. 21-2) that Feroz recognized the independence of Bengal under Sikandar Shah, who was wounded when his son A'zam rebelled in 79 5 /13 93.
This animosity was as much due to their reputation for underground political work as to doctrinal differences. Feroz Shah had no military ambitions, but for the purpose of the consolidation of his empire he had to undertake a number of campaigns. He had extricated Muhammad b. Tughluq's army from a desperate situation with considerable success. He first turned his attention to Bengal, which had become independent. He would perhaps have left that kingdom alone but for the fact that its ruler, Ilyas, who had made himself master of west Bengal in 745/1345 and then annexed east Bengal in 75 2/13 5 2, invaded Tirhut.