Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah
Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah (1291-1358) est le fondateur de la dynastie Bahmanide de l'empire Bahmanide. Il régna de 1347 à sa mort, en 1358.
Officier turc (ou afghan) au service du sultanat de Delhi, Hasan Kangu Zafar Khan se révolte contre Muhammad bin-Tughlûq. Il s'empare de Daulatabad et fonde à Gulbarga (Mysore), dans le Deccan, la dynastie indomusulmane des Bahmanî (fin en 1527). Son fils Muhammad Shah Bahmani lui succède.

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Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah (1291-1358) est le fondateur de la dynastie Bahmanide de l'empire Bahmanide. Il régna de 1347 à sa mort, en 1358.
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Abu'l Muzaffar Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah (r. 3 August 1347 - 1358), whose original name was Hasan Gangu or Hansan Kanku and also bore the title of Zafar ...
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History of the Bahmani Sultanate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His original name was Hasan Gangu or Hansan Kanku, and he was also known as Abu'l Muzaffar, Ala-ud-Din Bahman Shah and by his title of Zafar Khan.
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Zafar Khan was received by Ismail Shah. Ismail Shah Asked Zafar Khan to become the King with the title of Sikandar-uth-thani Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah ...
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6 Sep 2009 ... The sultanate was founded on 3rd of August 1347 by the Turkish Governor Ala-ud-Din Hassan Bahman Shah/ Hasan Gangu/ Allauddin ...
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Brief Notes on Ala-Ud-Din Hasan Bahman Shah (A.D. 1347-A.D. ...
21 Oct 2011 ... Bahman Shah was confronted with several hostile elements that were ready to strike at the first opportune moment. There were a large number ...
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Nazir uddin Ismail Shah asks Zafar Khan to become sultan of the new empire, with the title 'Sikandar- uth- thani Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah al-wali'.
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Ahmad Shah Wali Bahmani had inducted immigrants from Iraq, Iran and Central Asia, ... in West Asian and European military architectural style by Alauddin Hasan Bahman Shah, .... Solah Khmaba Mosque (Cambridge University Press). pp.
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Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah (1291-1358) est le fondateur de la dynastie Bahmanide de l'empire Bahmanide. Il régna de 1347 à sa mort, en 1358.
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In 1345, a young Afghan or Turkish officer, Ala-ud-din Hasan Bahman Shah ( originally Zafar Khan; reigned 1347-1358), led an uprising of Muslim nobles in Daulatabad against the sultan. In 1347, Hasan Bahman established a new kingdom, ...
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After a year of rule, Shah Ismail was forced to abdicate in favor of another amir, known as Zafar Khan, who had defeated the Tughluq regiment sent to reconquer Daulatabad. He took the regnal title Ala' ud-Din Hasan Bahman Shah (r.
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Entrace To Fort An old provincial town, Gulbarga rose to prominence under the illustrious Bahmani dynasty founded by Hasan Ganga, a rebel Amir of Daulatabad who later assumed the title of Ala-ud-din Bahman Shah. The Bahmani dynasty ruled over the Deccan for nearly 200 years with Gulbarga as the Capital until 1424 and, later, Bidar.
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