Kayumars of Delhi

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Coin of Kayumars

Kayumars (reigned: 1290) was the son of Muiz ud din Qaiqabad (1286– June 1290), the tenth sultan of Mamluk dynasty. He was declared ruler at the age of three, once his father had suffered from a paralytic stroke and later murdered by a Khilji chief. However, Kayumars' guardian, Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji, eventually dethroned Kayumars and declared himself king, thus bringing an end to the Mamluk dynasty of Delhi.


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Preceded by
Muiz ud din Qaiqabad
Mamluk Sultan of Delhi
1290
Succeeded by
Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji
(Khalji Dynasty)