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).
Aybak (lieutenant of Mu‛izz al-Dīn Muḥammad of Ghūr; captured Delhi 1193; de facto sultan 1206)
Iltutmish (Iletmish) (son-in-law of Aybak)
Fīrūz I (son)
Raḍ;iyya (sister; deposed, died 1240)
Bahrām (brother; deposed, died 1242)
Mas‛ūd (son of Fīrūz I)
Maḥmūd I (son of Iltutmish)
Kayūmarth (son; deposed)
Ibrāhīm I (son; deposed)
Muḥammad I (nephew of Fīrūz II)
‛Umar (son; deposed)
Mubārak I (brother)
Muḥammad II (son)
Fīrūz III (nephew of Tughluq I)
Muḥammad III (son; co-regent; deposed)
Tughluq II (grandnephew)
Abū Bakr (grandson of Fīrūz III; deposed)
Muḥammad III (restored)
Sikandar I (son)
Maḥmūd II (brother)
Daulat Khan Lōdī (deposed)
Mubārak II (son)
Muḥammad IV (nephew)
‛Ālam Shāh (son; deposed, died 1478)
Sikandar II (son)
Ibrāhīm II (son; Mogul conquest of the Delhi sultanate 1526)
Subjects: Islam — History.