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Adil Shahi dynasty and Bijapur- Have you read about that ??

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Asked by Shantha, 28 Sep '12 10:58 am
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Yes, have read about it in history & came to know more details when i visited Karnataka!!
Answered by dharamender nebhnani, 28 Sep '12 05:17 pm

 
  
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Yosuf Adil Shah [ 1459-1511 AD ] referred as Adil Khan was the founder of the Adil Shahi dynasty that ruled the Sultanate of Bijapur for nearly two centuries
Isamail Adil Shah [ 1510 - 1534 AD ] was the king of Bijapur who spent most of his time extending his territory,he succeeded his father Yusuf Adil Shah as the king of Bijapur as a minor.
>Mallu Adil Shah of the Adil Shahi dynasty was the king of the Bijapur Sultanate for a short period in [ 1534 A.D ],he succeeded his father Ismail Adil Shah's death
Ibrahim Adil Shah I [ 1534-1558 ] was a sultan and later shah of the Indian kingdom of Bijapur. He succeeded his elder brother,Mallu Adil Shah, through the machinations of the afaqi faction at the court. He was the first Adil Shahi ruler to assume the royal title of SHAH
Ali Adil Shah I [ 1558-1580 ] On the day of his coronation Ali abandoned Sunni practices and reintroduced the Shiah Khutbah and other practices.
Ibrahim Adil Shah II [ 1556- September 12, 1627 ], of the Adil Shahi ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 28 Sep '12 11:13 am

 
  
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Yusuf Adil Shah was the son of Murad II, the Sultan of Turkey. After the Sultan's death and succession to throne by the crown prince, all other sons were executed. However, Yusuf's mother secretly replaced him with a slave boy and sent him to Persia. After many romantic adventures, Yusuf reached the court of the Bidar Sultanate. His bravery and personality raised him rapidly in Sultan's favor, resulting in his appointment as the Governor of Bijapur. He built the Citadel or Arkilla and the Faroukh Mahal. Yusuf was a man of culture. He invited poets and artisans from Persia, Turkey and Rome to his court. He married Punji, the sister of a Maratha warrior. When Yusuf died in 1510 A.D., Ismail, his son, was still a boy. Punji in male attire valiantly defended him from a coup to grab the throne. Ismail Adil Shah thus became the king of Bijapur, which till then was a province of Bahamani kingdom.

Ibrahim Adil Shah I who succeeded his father Ismail fortified the city and built the old Jami ...more
Answered by anil garg, 28 Sep '12 02:01 pm

 
  
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Yes..
Answered by aflatoon, 28 Sep '12 11:06 am

 
  
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Ji haan
Answered by Jaikishan Bulchandani, 28 Sep '12 11:01 am

 
  
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Yes
Answered by Manju Sikri, 28 Sep '12 11:00 am

 
  
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Yes have
Answered by iqbal seth, 28 Sep '12 10:59 am

 
  
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