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Kingdom of Khāndesh


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Fārūqī Dynasty

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Nāṣir, and the rulers from Muḥammad I, were styled shah; the remainder had the title of khān.

Haig, T. W., “The Faruqi Dynasty of Khandesh,” Indian Antiquary, XLVII (1918), 113–24, 141–9, 178–86.

1382–1399

Rājā Aḥmad Fārūqī (asserted independence from Bahmanī rule in the north-west Deccan 1382)

1399–1437

Nāṣir (son)

1437–1441

‛Ādil I (son)

1441–1457

Mubārak I (son)

1457–1501

‛Ādil II (son)

1501–1508

Dāwūd (brother)

1508

Ghaznī (son)

1508–1509

‛Ālam (relationship uncertain; deposed)

1509–1520

‛Ādil III (fifth in descent from Rājā Aḥmad)

1520–1537

Muḥammad I (son; shah of Gujarāt 1537)

1537–1566

Mubārak II (brother)

1566–1576

Muḥammad II (son)

1576

Ḥasan (son; deposed)

1576–1597

‛Ādil IV (son of Mubārak II)

1597–1600

Bahādur (son; deposed, died 1624; Mughal conquest of the kingdom 1600–1)

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