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Ibrahim Bayu Malik was the Governor of Bihar, in 1350s. In the province of Bihar, India, there is a tomb on the top of the hill called Pir Pahari, with inscriptions in Persian which say that he was a brave General.
Ibrahim Bayu had come from Afghanistan to India and was appointed the Governor of Bihar. His descendants known as Maliks can even now be traced in Bihar and are famous for their valour. Ibrahim Bayu Malik died in the reign of Firuz Shah Tughlaq on a Sunday in the month of Zilhija A.H. 753 which corresponds with January 1353.
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