When it comes to food, you must have seen many food enthusiasts, who eat a lot of food in a day. But if you know that a person can eat up to 35 kg of food in a day, then you will also be surprised, because eating 35 kg of food in a day is really impossible for a normal person.
Today we are going to tell you about one such king who used to eat up to 35 kg in a day. The name of this emperor was Mahmud Begada, the sixth Sultan of Gujarat. This emperor was more famous for his bravery than he was due to his food, and this king also ruled for a very long time, so let’s know the stories of Mehmood Begada’s food.
European historians say that once Shah was tried to poison the food after which he was given a little poison in the daily food so that he would become addicted to the poison, it is also told that the emperor should use Nobody used clothes and they were burnt because they became poisonous.
He is said to have eaten one bowl of honey, one bowl of butter and 100 to 150 bananas for breakfast.
35 to 37 kg a day food
Persian and European historians believed that Sultan Mahmud Begda ate too much food. These historians had mentioned in their stories that Sultan Mahmud Begada used to eat almost as much as a Gujarati mound, that is, about 35 to 37 kg.
If you are shocked to hear the amount of their food, then once you know the condition of the dears after eating. After eating, you will be able to eat at most one or two bowls, but you will be surprised to know that Sultan used to eat 4.5 kilo of rice after eating.
After eating so much food, no one feels hungry, but if that Sultan Mahmud is impaired then it can happen. Due to sudden hunger in the night, the Sultan should not be disturbed, hence the samosas of meat were written on both the sides of his pillow, which calmed the Sultan’s night hunger.