Dilāwar or Dilāwar Khān Ghōrī was governor of the Malwa province of central India during the decline of the Delhi Sultanate. After serving at the court in Delhi, he was appointed governor at Dhar in A.H. 793/C.E. 1390-91. Dilāwar Khān took the title of 'Amid Shāh Dā'ūd and caused the khutba to be read in his name in A.H. 804/C.E. 1401-02. He passed the kingdom to his son Hoshang Shah upon his death in A.H. 809/C.E. 1406.
- Day (1965), pp. 8-24.
- Day (1965), p. 21.
- Day, Upendra Nath (1965). Medieval Malwa: a Political and Cultural History, 1401-1562. Delhi: Munshi Ram Manohar Lal. pp. 8–24. Retrieved 2012-01-02.
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