This king ate 35 kg of food in one day, he even tasted poison every day!

This king ate 35 kg of food in one day, he even tasted poison every day

There is no dearth of foodies around the world, but eating around 35 kg every day is not common.

By the way, it is generally believed that wrestlers, who eat more food, but hardly 35 kg in a day.

But today we are going to tell you about a king who used to eat so much food comfortably and also digest it.

You will be surprised to know that this king used to consume poison every day.

The name of this emperor is Mahmud Begada, who was the sixth Sultan of Gujarat.

He sat on the throne at the age of just 13 and successfully ruled Gujarat for 52 years (1459–1511 AD). He was considered the most powerful ruler of his dynasty.

Mahmud Begada’s name was Mahmud Shah I. He was given the title of ‘Begada’ when he conquered the forts of ‘Girnar’ Junagadh and Champaner.

The Girnar fort is said to have been converted to Islam by the king after it was disputed, after which his army was merged with the Sultan’s army.

The attractive personality of Mahmud Begada has been discussed even today. It is said that his beard was so big that he used to reach the waist.

Apart from this, his mustache was also very long. He used to tie them on top of his head.

The most popular thing about Mehmood Begada is that he used to eat at least 35 kg of food a day.

It is said that he used to eat one bowl of honey, one bowl of butter and 100-150 bananas for breakfast.

Not only this, but the food was also kept on both sides of their pillow during the night so that if they ever feel hungry they can eat immediately.

It is also said that Sultan Begada had been consumed any poison since childhood, after which he used to take some poison along with daily food.

It is said that the Sultan’s body was so poisoned that if a fly even sat on his hand, he too would die in a moment.

Not only that, no one even touched the clothes they used, but they were directly burned, as they became poisonous after the Sultan had worn them.