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Kingdom of Gujarāt


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Gujarātī Dynasty

Bibliography:

Bayley, E. C., History of Gujarat (London, 1886; reprint Delhi, 1970).Commissariat, M. S., History of Gujarat (3 vols., Bombay and Ahmadabad, 1938–80).

1391–1403

Muz̳affar I (Muz̳affar Khān) (governor of Gujarāt as a nominee of Delhi 1391; deposed)

1403–1404

Muḥammad I (son; assumed the title of shah)

1404–1410

Muz̳affar I (restored; shah 1407)

1410–1442

Aḥmad I (son of Muḥammad I)

1442–1451

Muḥammad II (son)

1451–1458

Aḥmad II (son)

1458

Dāwūd (son of Aḥmad I; deposed)

1458–1511

Maḥmūd I (son of Muḥammad II)

1511–1526

Muz̳affar II (son)

1526

Sikandar (son)

1526

Maḥmūd II (brother; deposed, died 1527)

1526–1537

Bahādur (brother)

1537

Muḥammad III (sister's son)

1537–1554

Maḥmūd III (nephew of Bahādur)

1554–1561

Aḥmad III (fourth in descent from Aḥmad I)

1561–1572, 1583–1584

Muz̳affar III (supposed son of Maḥmūd III; deposed, died 1592; Mughal rule 1572–83 and from 1584)

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