It has Arabesque inscriptions so it is minted by one of the Muslim Kingdoms or Empires. They are similar in style to Suri/Mughal coinage
Your first coin is upside down. By setting it right we get the result:
The encircled words are the only ones readable in the inscription. They read Sultan Ibrahim. (السلطان ابراھیم).
There's only one monarch by that name who ruled from the nearby Delhi. That is Sultan Ibrahim Khan Lodhi of Delhi Sultanate who was deposed by Babur in 1526. Wikipedia's only image for his coinage is decisively different but that could be difference between two mints or two different coins. Interestingly Ibrahim's grandfather, Sultan Bahlul Lodhi's and his father Sikandar Khan Lodhi's coins were minted in a similar fashion. Pictured below, The coins from the respective Sultan's eras (Notice in particular Sultan Bahlul's coin, it follows the same pattern with Title Below, Name above and bits of the name cropping out):
The second image you shared is not readable at least by me, due to words cropping. I did some crude reconstuction based on some words readable (Which is mere conjecture). It gives the name of Alau-Din-Khilji, Sultan of Delhi who ruled 2 centuries before Ibrahim:
Third and fourth (Although it does look similar to the Wiki's photo for Ibrahim Lodhi's quarter Tanka) are even worse. There's a lot of mud on them,
if you could perhaps clean them and (Don't clean them, you might end up damaging them - Credits to Peter Taylor for pointing it out) upload the photos again, I'd have a better chance to read them (Make sure your camera's focus is correct and on point). So Ibrahim Lodhi is the best guess for the moment.