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Bahmanī Kingdom of the Deccan


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Bahmanī Dynasty

Husaini, S. A. Q., Bahman Shāh (Calcutta, 1960).Sherwani, H. K., The Bahmanis of the Deccan (2nd edn., New Delhi, 1985).

1347–1359

Ḥasan Bahman Shāh (rebelled against the rule of Delhi; proclaimed sultan 1347)

1359–1375

Muḥammad I (son)

1375–1378

Mujāhid (son)

1378

Dāwūd I (grandson of Bahman Shāh)

1378–1397

Muḥammad II (brother)

1397

Tahamtan (son; deposed)

1397

Dāwūd II (brother; deposed, died 1413)

1397–1422

Fīrūz (grandson of Bahman Shāh; abdicated, died 1422)

1422–1436

Aḥmad I (brother)

1436–1458

Aḥmad II (son)

1458–1461

Humāyūn (son)

1461–1463

Aḥmad III (son)

1463–1482

Muḥammad III (brother)

1482–1518

Maḥmūd (son)

1518–1520

Aḥmad IV (son)

1520–1523

‘Alā’ al-Dīn (son; deposed)

1523–1526

Walī Allāh (son of Maḥmūd)

1526–1538

Kalīm Allāh (brother; breakup of the sultanate into smaller kingdoms 1538)

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