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Shershah Suri / शेरशाह सूरी

  • Mathura is on 'Sher Shah Suri Road' (old name ' Sadak-e-azam'). Its lenth is 2500 kms, from Bangal to Peshvar (Pakistan).
  • Sher Shah Suri also known as Farid Khan or Sher Khan (The Tiger King or The Lion King), was a powerful medieval Indian emperor (1540–45) from Sasaram, Bihar, India.
  • The Shah's personal name was Farid, the title of Sher ("Tiger") being conferred when he killed a tiger as a young man.
  • In May 1540 at Kannauj he had again to face Mughal Emperor.