Sheedi Malik Amber.
Sheedi Malik Anbar is the black ruler of South India who is said to have been brought into India as aslave. But we mention only his bravery and combat skills in this mention.
It is well known about the black nation that they belong to Africa, it is true and also proud. People say it’s hard to find the difference, they all look the same. It is true that black milk is among the crushed species of the earth, but where they are in the minority and where they are in the majority, they have also crowned kings. There are many kings mentioned in history who were black and continued to serve their people with justice and love.
The struggles of blacks against slavery and their progress towards equality and rights has been a lesson for many. Similarly, in the history of the subcontinent, a black ruler has passed, whose deeds of bravery are part of the history of India. It is different than his mention has not received the respect he deserves. Sheedi Malik Anbar, the ruler of southern India, made his talent and abilities.
Historians’ view of Sheedi Malik Anbar
The historian writes how Malik Sheedi Anbar was brought as a slave in the name of Shamboo in childhood, how the obtained government so far remains a secret. From the Ministry of State Ahmednagar to the ruler of this state, no one has disclosed what the factors were.
Well, when Sheedi Malik Anbar was the ruler of South India, there was a Mughal ruler in Delhi at that time and his eyes were focused on conquering South India. He always wanted his rule over the region. But to condemn them, Malik Sheedi Anbar never let his dream come true in his life.
The Mughal peoples invaded southernly India and each time they were defeated, Malik Sheedi Anbar employed a guerrilla war strategy against them, forming a strong federation with other southern Indian states and For forty years with his comprehension, the lead of the wall remained in front of the Mughals. When Malik Sheedi Anbar died in 1620, the Mughals conquered southern India and Aurangzeb ruled during that period. That is, after the period of Akbar and Shah Jahan, Aurangzeb, he could enter southern India.
After the conquest of the Mughals, the town of Sheedi Malik Anbar, son of Sheedi Malik Fateh, was Fateh Nagar. Aurangzeb named it Aurangabad. It is not a feat of the Mughals but it is a possession which has been exaggerated in history.