Humayun lost his empire because of inherent flaws in his character. Explain.
Humayun was a pleasure-loving ruler and he lacked political wisdom, military foresight and was not able to take quick and wise decisions. He could not understand the jealousy of his brothers and was not able to take a firm decision on them. He was a capable soldier but a poor general. These all characteristics led to the downfall of the Mughal empire.