Names and titles
Nāṣir, and the rulers from Muḥammad I, were styled shah; the remainder had the title of khān.
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Rājā Aḥmad Fārūqī (asserted independence from Bahmanī rule in the north-west Deccan 1382)
‛Ādil I (son)
Mubārak I (son)
‛Ādil II (son)
‛Ālam (relationship uncertain; deposed)
‛Ādil III (fifth in descent from Rājā Aḥmad)
Muḥammad I (son; shah of Gujarāt 1537)
Mubārak II (brother)
Muḥammad II (son)
Ḥasan (son; deposed)
‛Ādil IV (son of Mubārak II)
Bahādur (son; deposed, died 1624; Mughal conquest of the kingdom 1600–1)