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- or शीदि/ಸಿದ್ಧಿ; شيدي; gujarati : સીદી), also known as siddhi, sheedi, habshi or makrani, are an ethnic group inhabiting india and ****stan .
- shahzada barbak (reigned: 1487) was the founder of the habshi dynasty of bengal kingdom. he was the former commander of the palace-guards
- saifuddin firuz shah (reigned: 1487–1489) was the second ruler of the habshi dynasty of bengal . his original name is malik indil, who is
- famous for its ancient fort build by siddi habshi of janjira in 1690. angre in 1744 captured it from habshi and later in 1755 lost it to
- ali adil shah's father, ibrahim adil shah i had divided power between the **** nobles, the habshi s and the deccan is. however, ali adil
- ibrahim adil shah (the father of ali adil shah i) had divided power between the **** nobles, the habshi s and the deccan is.
- it is neighbored by the villages of al daih and sanabis to the north, al musala and tashan to the south, jibilat habshi and muqsha to
- the libyan government has denied any involvement in habshi's disappearance, but militiamen under the commander's authority have alleged
- the community who play the instrument the siddi s and habshis live in gujarat, karnataka and andhra pradesh. history: siddis were part of the
- even though they are believed be much older, local legend attributes mandangad to shivaji , parkot to habshi of the siddi s and jamba to