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Kingdom of Aḥmadnagar


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Niz̳ām-Shāhī Dynasty

Shyam, R., The Kingdom of Ahmadnagar (Delhi, 1966).

1490–1510

Aḥmad I (Aḥmad Niz̳ām Shāh) (Bahmanī governor of Junnar; asserted independence and assumed the title of shah 1490)

1510–1553

Burhān I (son)

1553–1565

Ḥusayn I (son)

1565–1588

Murtaḍā I (son)

1588–1589

Ḥusayn II (son)

1589–1591

Ismā‛īl (grandson of Ḥusayn I; deposed)

1591–1595

Burhān II (father)

1595

Ibrāhīm (son)

1595

Aḥmad II (supposed great-grandson of Burhān I; deposed)

1595–1600

Bahādur (son of Ibrāhīm; deposed; Mughal capture of Aḥmadnagar)

1600–1610

Murtaḍā II (grandson of Burhan I)

1610–1632

Burhān III (son)

1632–1633

Ḥusayn III (son; deposed; Mughal capture of Daulatābād)

1633–1636

Murtaḍā III (descendant of Burhān I; deposed; Mughal conquest of the kingdom)

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