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- The Bahmani Sultanate, or Deccan, was a Persianate **** Indo-Muslim Kingdom located in the Deccan region. It was the first independent Muslim kingdom...
- The Bahamani Sultan sent his commander Hussain Bheiry with troops to support Hamvira in toppling Purrushotama. Gaining the support of the Bahamani forces...
- Sardar is a title used by the Koli caste of Maharashtra during the reign of Bahamani and Ahmednagar Sultanates conferred by the Sultans of Both sultanates to...
- Ahmed Shah Al Wali Bahamani was the ruler of the Bahmani Sultanate from 1 October 1422 to 17 April 1436, and was a great patron of arts and culture. He...
- monuments of national importance. Founded by the prime-minister of the Bahamani empire in the late 15th century, it bears testimony to the scholarly genius...
- overlordship. After a few years of tranquility, wars broke out with the Bahamani Sultanate in 1443 with some successes and some reversals. The Persian visitor...
- H****an Shah Bahamani pp.69. Briggs 1909, Death of Alauddin H****an Shah Bahamani pp. 297. Shokoohy, Mehrdad (ed.), "Alauddin H****an Shah Bahamani", Encyclopædia...
- Manmarziyan' opposite Aham Sharma. After that in 2016 she was seen as Bahamani in Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat. In 2016, she was seen as kavya in Bind****'s...
- traditional foes, the Bahamani Sultanate. These wars however brought mixed results. In c. 1436, Ala-ud-din II ascended the Bahamani throne and promptly...
- Mahmud Gawan Other names Khwaja Mahmud Gilani Occupation Wakil-us-Sultanat (Prime Minister in Bahamani Sultanate)...