After the triumph of Sindh by the Arabs, Sindhi dealers made Somnath their business and monetary capital, as they considered their riches more secure in Somnath far from the compass of the Arab raiders who controlled a great part of the western parts of Sindh. Such was the sparkle and charm of the pearls and fortune aggregated in Somnath that it enticed Mahmud to plunge a few circumstances from cool northern valleys past the Karakorams a great many miles down south into the hot tropics of India to extinguish his desire for loot and loot.
After various endeavors and quite a long while Mahmud was at last ready to assume control Somnath yet luckily by then he was excessively wearied and excessively old, making it impossible, making it impossible to further continue with his accursed plans and not long after he kicked the bucket.
Zahiruddin Babar excessively looked at the fortunes of Sindh, making it impossible to fund his Indian undertakings. Despite the fact that Babar did not himself assault Sindh, he extended his rule to Kandhar whose ruler Shah Beg Arghun took shelter in the fields of Sindh and in the end vanquished it. It is one of the powerful scenes of the historical backdrop of Sindh that its adversaries at different points have set aside their disparities and banded together in the abuse of the nation.
Shah Beg Arghun subsequent to vanquishing Sindh had Babar’s name droned in the week after week Juma supplication sermons as the present Muslim Caliph. In spite of the fact that this move lawfully put Sindh under the suzerainty of Kandhar and viably made Arghun the agent or emissary of Babar, the technique earned Arghun time to solidify his hang on Sindh.