Solution:Sayyid dynasty ruled after the Tughlaq dynasty.
Ghazi Malik, who rose to power in Delhi, founded the Islamic dynasty of Turco-Indian origin, known as the Tughlaq Dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, which ruled from 1320 to 1413. The Sayyid and Lodhi dynasties dominated the Delhi region after the Tughlaqs. The Tughlaqs were ruled after the Khilji dynasty. Ibrahim Lodhi last ruled the Delhi Sultanate. At the First Battle of Panipat in 1526 CE, Babur beat him. In 1414, Khizr Khan, a former Multan governor, established the Sayyid Dynasty. The Tughlaq Dynasty was replaced by this one, which lasted for 37 years, from 1414 until 1451. Finally, the Lodi Dynasty succeeded as the fourth dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate.