Lodi (Pashtun tribe)
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Lodi (Pashto: لودي; Persian: لودی) is a Pashtun Super tribe named after Ibrahim Loedy (not emperor Ibrahim Lodhi) son of Shah Hussain Ghour who married Bibi Mato daughter of Sheikh Betan so they also known as Mati Tribe or Bettani but Shah Hussain was from same tribal unit as Bibi Mato.
The Lodi dynasty ruled from Delhi in India between 1451-1526. The sultans of this dynasty were Bahlul Lodi, Sikandar Lodi and Ibrahim Lodi. They spread Islam in South Asia, in particular Sufism. They established themselves during the Islamic period as a Muslim ruling class and were valued warriors.