Firuz Shah Suri

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Firuz Shah Suri
Sultan of the Suri Empire
Reign1554
PredecessorIslam Shah Suri
SuccessorMuhammad Shah Adil
Died1554
HouseSur dynasty
DynastySur dynasty
ReligionIslam

Firuz Shah Suri (died 1554) was the third ruler of Sur dynasty. He was the son of Islam Shah Suri and succeeded him in 1554 when he was twelve years old. Firuz Shah Suri was assassinated within days of his coronation by Sher Shah Suri's nephew Muhammad Mubariz Khan who later ruled as Muhammad Shah Adil.[1]

Preceded by
Islam Shah Suri
Shah of Delhi
1554
Succeeded by
Muhammad Shah Adil

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Smith, Vincent Arthur (1917). Akbar the Great Mogul, 1542–1605. Oxford at the Clarendon Press. p. 33.