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Delhi Sultanate


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Mu‛izzī Dynasty

Khaljī Dynasty

Tughluqid Dynasty

Sayyid Dynasty

Lōdī Dynasty

Notes

Chronology

Death of Tughluq I: Jackson, 330–1.

Names and Titles

Iltutmish, not Iletmish: S. Digby, Iran, VIII (1970), 57–64.

Jackson, P., The Delhi Sultanate: a Political and Military History (Cambridge, 1999).Habib, M., and K. A. Nizami, eds., The Delhi Sultanate (ad 1206–1526) (New Delhi, 1970) (Comprehensive History of India, V).

1206–1210

Aybak (lieutenant of Mu‛izz al-Dīn Muḥammad of Ghūr; captured Delhi 1193; de facto sultan 1206)

1210–1211

Ārām Shāh

1211–1236

Iltutmish (Iletmish) (son-in-law of Aybak)

1236

Fīrūz I (son)

1236–1240

Raḍ;iyya (sister; deposed, died 1240)

1240–1242

Bahrām (brother; deposed, died 1242)

1242–1246

Mas‛ūd (son of Fīrūz I)

1246–1266

Maḥmūd I (son of Iltutmish)

1266–1287

Balban

1287–1290

Kayqubād (grandson)

1290

Kayūmarth (son; deposed)

1290–1296

Fīrūz II

1296

Ibrāhīm I (son; deposed)

1296–1316

Muḥammad I (nephew of Fīrūz II)

1316

‛Umar (son; deposed)

1316–1320

Mubārak I (brother)

1320

Khusrau

1320–1324

Tughluq I

1324–1351

Muḥammad II (son)

1351–1388

Fīrūz III (nephew of Tughluq I)

1387–1388

Muḥammad III (son; co-regent; deposed)

1388–1389

Tughluq II (grandnephew)

1389–1390

Abū Bakr (grandson of Fīrūz III; deposed)

1390–1394

Muḥammad III (restored)

1394

Sikandar I (son)

1394–1413

Maḥmūd II (brother)

1413–1414

Daulat Khan Lōdī (deposed)

1414–1421

Khiḍr Khan

1421–1434

Mubārak II (son)

1434–1445

Muḥammad IV (nephew)

1445–1451

‛Ālam Shāh (son; deposed, died 1478)

1451–1489

Bahlūl Lōdī

1489–1517

Sikandar II (son)

1517–1526

Ibrāhīm II (son; Mogul conquest of the Delhi sultanate 1526)

Subjects: Islam — History.


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