‛Imād-Shāhī Dynasty—Kingdom of Berār
Barīd-Shāhī Dynasty—Kingdom of Bīdar
Sources for these dynasties are poor, and some of the data given above are subject to revision.
Basmee Ansari, A. S., “‛Imād Shāhī,” Encyclopaedia of Islam, III (1971), 1159–61.Goron, S., and J. P. Goenka, Coins of the Indian Sultanates (New Delhi, 2001).
Fatḥ Allāh ‛Imād al-Mulk (Bahmanī governor of Berār 1471; asserted independence 1485)
‛Alā' al-Dīn (son; assumed the title of shah 1491)
Burhān (son; deposed; conquest of Berār by Aḥmadnagar)
Qāsim I (Qāsim Barīd) (Bahmanī chief minister and de facto ruler at Bīdar 1492)
Amīr I (son)
‛Alī I (son; assumed the title of shah)
Qāsim II (brother)
‛Alī II (son; deposed)
Amīr II (cousin; deposed)
Mīrzā ‛Alī (cousin)
Amīr III (relationship uncertain; deposed; conquest of Bīdar by Bījāpūr)