Mallu Adil Shah

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MALLU ADIL SHAH
ADIL SHAHI EMPEROR
Reign 1534
Full name Mallu Adil Khan
Birthplace Bijapur
Died 1534
Place of death Bijapur
Buried Bijapur, 1534
Predecessor Ismail Adil Shah
Successor Mallu Adil Shah
Royal house House of Osman
Dynasty Adil Shahi Empire
Father Ismail Adil Shah
Mother Fatima Beebi
Religious beliefs Islam

Mallu Adil Shah, of the Adil Shahi dynasty, was the king of the Bijapur Sultanate, India, for a short period in 1534.

Mallu Adil Shah succeeded his father Ismail Adil Shah's death. He was supposed to be in the company of evil habits. Punji Khatun, Mallu Adil Shah's paternal grand mother with the help of General Asad Khan deposed Mallu Adil Shah and declared his younger brother Ibrahim Adil Shah I as the king.

Preceded by
Ismail Adil Shah
Adil Shahi Rulers of Bijapur
1534
Succeeded by
Ibrahim Adil Shah I

References[edit]

  • A Visit to Bijapur by H. S. Kaujalagi
  • "Avalokana" a souvenir published by the Government of Karnataka
  • Centenary Souvenir published by the Bijapur Municipal Corporation
  • Wakiyate Mumlikate Bijapur by Basheeruddin Dahalwi
  • Tareekhe Firishta by Muhammad kasim Firishta
  • Shawahidul Awliyae Bijapur by Sayyad Murtuza Quadri Gachi Mahal