List of Indian Muslim Monrachs

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Delhi Sultanate (1206-1526)

Despite the name, the capital was repeatedly elsewhere than Delhi city, not always near
Mamluk dynasty of Delhi (1206-1290)
• Qutb-ud-din Aybak (1206-1210)
• Aram Shah (1210-1211)
• Shams-ud-din Iltutmish (1211-1236)
• Rukn-ud-din Firuz (1236)
• Raziyyat ud din Sultana (1236-1240)
• Muiz-ud-din Bahram (1240-1242)
• Ala-ud-din Masud (1242-1246)
• Nasir-ud-din Mahmud (1246-1266)
• Ghiyas-ud-din Balban (1266-1286)
• Muiz-ud-din Qaiqabad (1286-1290)
Khilji Dynasty (1290-1320)
• Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji (1290-1296), founder of the Khilji dynasty, defeated some invading Mongol armies
• Ala ud din Khilji (1296-1316), considered the greatest of the Delhi Sultans, unified India and defeated a number of invading Mongol armies
• Qutb ud din Mubarak Shah (1316-1320), the Delhi Sultanate had shrunk during his reign
Tughlaq Dynasty (1321-1398)
• Ghiyath al-Din Tughluq (1321-1325)
• Muhammad bin Tughluq (1325-1351)
• Firuz Shah Tughluq (1351-1388)
• Ghiyath al-Din Tughlaq II (1388-1389)
• Abu Baker (1389-1390)
• Nasir al-Din Muhammad (1390-1394)
• Mahmud Nasir al-Din (Sultan Mahmud) at Delhi (1394-1413)
• Nusrat Shah at Firuzabad
Invasion of Timur in 1398 and the end of the Tughluq Dynasty as known earlier.
Sayyid Dynasty (1414-1451)
• Khizr (1414-1421)
• Mubarik II (1421-1434)
• Muhamed IV (1434-1445)
• Alem I (1445-1451)
Lodi Dynasty (1451-1526)
• Bahlul Khan Lodi (1451-1489)
• Sikandar Lodi (1489-1517)
• Ibrahim Lodi (1517-1526), defeated by Babur (who replaces the Delhi Sultanate with the Mughal Empire)
Malwa Sultanate
Ghorids
• Dilavar Khan Husain (1390-1405)
• Alp Khan Hushang (1405-1435)
• Ghazni Khan Muhamnmad (1435-1436)
• Mas'ud Khan (1436)
Khiljis
• Mahmud Shah I (1436-1469)
• Ghiyath Shah (1469-1500)
• Nasr Shah (1500-1511)
• Mahmud Shah II (1511-1531)
Under Gujarat (1531-1535)
Qadirid
• Qadir Shah (1535-1542)
Under Mughal Empure (1542-1555) (see Mughal Empire)
Shaja'atid
• Shaja'at Khan (1555)
• Miyan Bayezid Baz Bahadur (1555-1562)
Bahmani Sultanate (1322-1527)
• Ala ud din Bahman Shah (1347-1358), establishes capital at Gulbarga
• Muhammad Shah I (1358-1375)
• Ala ud din Mujahid Shah (1375-1378)
• Daud Shah I (1378)
• Muhammad Shah II (1378-1397)
• Ghiyas ud din Tahmatan Shah (1397)
• Shams ud din Daud Shah II (1397)
• Taj ud din Feroz Shah (1397-1422)
• Shahab ud din Ahmad Shah I (1422-1435) establishes capital at Bidar
• Ala ud din Ahmad Shah II (1436-1458)
• Ala ud din Humayun Shah (1458-1461)
• Nizam ud din Ahmad Shah III (1461-1463)
• Shams ud din Muhammad Shah III (1463-1482)
• Mahmud Shah (1482-1518)
• Ahmad Shah IV (1518-1521)
• Ala ud din Shah (1521-1522)
• Waliullah Shah (1522-1524)
• Kalimullah Shah (1524-1527)
Mughal Empire (1526-1857)
Mughal Dynasty (first rule, 1526-1540)
• Zahir ud din Muhammad Babur (1526-1530), descendant of Mongol conqueror Timur, establishes the Mughal Empire (one of the 3 earliest gunpowder empires) after defeating the Delhi Sultanate
• Nasir ud din Muhammad Humayun (1530-1540), temporarily loses his empire to usurper Sher Shah after being defeated by him
Suri Dynasty (1540-1555)
• Sher Shah (1540-1545), seizes the Mughal Empire after defeating the second Mughal Emperor Humayun
• Islam Shah Suri (1545-1553)
• Adil Shah (1553-1555), loses the empire to the chased Mughal Humayun who defeated and chased him
Mughal Dynasty (restored, 1555-1857)
• Nasir ud din Muhammad Humayun (1555-1556), restores his empire after defeating Suri-ruler Adil Shah
• Jalal ud din Muhammad Akbar (Akbar the Great) (1556-1605), considered the greatest of all Mughals, unified India ('Hind') under the Mughal Empire
• Nur ud din Muhammad Jahangir (1605-1627), known in legends as Shehzada Salim
• Dawar Baksh (1627-1628) was a stop gap arrangement till Shihab-ud-din Shah Jahan (1627-1657) took over.
• Shihab-ud-din Shah Jahan (1627-1657), built the Taj Mahal, which is often regarded as one of the Seven Wonders of the World
• Muhiuddin Muhammad Aurangzeb Alamgir (1658-1707), expanded the Mughal Empire to its greatest extent, ruling over most of South Asia and Afghanistan
• Bahadur Shah I (1707-1712)
• Jahandar Shah (1712-1713)
• Farrukh Siyar (1713-1719)
• Rafi ud Darajat (1719)
• Rafi ud Daulah (1719)
• Nikusiyar (1719)
• Muhammad Shah (First rule, 1719-1720)
• Muhammad Ibrahim (1720)
• Muhammad Shah (Restored) (1720-1748)
• Ahmad Shah Bahadur (1748-1754)
• Alamgir II (1754-1759)
• Shah Jahan III (1760)
• Shah Alam II (1759-1806)
• Akbar Shah II (1806-1837)
• Bahadur Shah II (1837-1857)
Paramountcy (1707-1856)
Nawabs of Bengal (1707-1770)
• Murshid Quli Jafar Khan (1707-1727)
• Sujauddin Khan (1727-1739)
• Sarfraz Khan (1739-1740)
• Alivardi Khan (1740-1756)
• Siraj Ud Daulah (1756-1757)
• Mir Jafar (1757-1760)
• Mir Qasim (1760-1763)
• Mir Jafar (1763-1765)
• Najm ud Daulah (1765-1766)
• Saif ud Daulah (1766-1770)
Nawabs of Awadh/Oudh (1719-1858)
• Saadat Khan (1719-1737)
• Safdar Jang (1737-1753)
• Shuja-ud-Daula (1753-1775)
• Asaf-Ud-Daula (1775-1797)
• Wazir Ali Khan(1797-1798)
• Saadat Ali Khan (1798-1814)
• Ghaziuddin Haider (1814-1827)
• Nasiruddin Haider (1827-1837)
• Muhammad Ali Shah (1837-1842)
• Amjad Ali Shah (1842-1847)
• Wajid Ali Shah (1847-1856)
• Birjis Qadra (1856-1858)
Nizams of Hyderabad (1720-1948)
• Mir Qamaruddin Khan, Nizal ul Mulk, Asif Jah I (1720-1748)
• Mir Ahmed Ali Khan Nasir Jang Nazam-ud-Dowlah (1748-1750)
• Nawab Hidayat Mohuddin Sa'adu'llah Khan Bahadur, Muzaffar Jang (1750-1751)
• Nawab Syed Mohammed Khan, Amir ul Mulk, Salabat Jang (1751-1762)
• Nawab Mir Nizam Ali Khan Bahadur, Nizam ul Mulk, Asif Jah II (1762-1803)
• Nawab Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikandar Jah, Asif Jah III (1803-1829)
• Nawab Mir Farkhonda Ali Khan Nasir-ud-Daulah, Asif Jah IV (1829-1857)
• Nawab Mir Tahniat Ali Khan Afzal ud Daulah, Asif Jah V (1857-1869)
• Nawab Mir Mahboob Ali Khan, Asif Jah VI (1869-1911)
• Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan, Asif Jah VII (1911-1948)
Islamic Rulers of Mysore (1766-1799)
• Hyder Ali (1766-1782), Muslim commander deposing the Hindu Maharaja, fought the British and Nizams of Hyderabad in the first 2 Anglo-Mysore Wars
• Tipu Sultan (Tiger of Mysore) (1782-1799), son of Hyder Ali, considered the greatest ruler of Mysore, assumed the novel style Badshah bahadur of Khudadad (thus claiming the paramountcy of India instead of the Mughal 'mere' Badhshah), fought the British, Marathas and Nizams of Hyderabad in the 4 Anglo-Mysore Wars (where he invented iron rockets), allied to the French, and lost everything
British Emperors of India (1877-1947)
• Queen-Empress Victoria (1877-1901)
• King-Emperor Edward VII (1901-1910)
• King-Emperor George V (1910-1936)
• King-Emperor Edward VIII (Jan-Dec 1936)
• King-Emperor George VI (1936-1947)
Kings of India and Pakistan
After independence, but before declarations of republics:
• George VI, King of India (1947-1950) and King of Pakistan (1947-1952)
• Elizabeth II, Queen of Pakistan (1952-1956)

 

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