Hussain Nizam Shah I

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Hussain Nizam Shah I
Sultan of Ahmadnagar
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Reign1553–1565
PredecessorBurhan Nizam Shah I
SuccessorMurtaza Nizam Shah I
Died1565
Ahmednagar
SpouseSurya
Daulat Shah Begum
Khunza Humayun Begum
IssueMurtaza Nizam Shah I
Chand Bibi
Burhan Nizam Shah II
Bibi Khadija
Bibi Jamila
Shah Qasim
Shah Mansur
Aqa Bibi
HouseNizam Shahi Dynasty
FatherBurhan Nizam Shah I
MotherBibi Amina
ReligionIslam

Hussain Nizam Shah I (1553–1565) was the preeminent ruler of the Ahmadnagar Sultanate and the leading figure of the coalition of the Deccan Sultanates during the Battle of Talikot.[1]

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By Khunza Humayun:

By Surya:

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  1. ^ Sen, Sailendra (2013). A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. p. 118. ISBN 978-9-38060-734-4.
  2. ^ Radhey Shyam, The Kingdom of Ahmadnagar (1966), p. 110
  3. ^ Sayyid Ahmad-Ullah Qadri, Memoirs of Chand Bibi: The Princess of Ahmadnagar (1939), p. 48
  4. ^ Shyam (1966, p. 150)