They ruled between 1384 and 1731 with Fatehpur, Rajasthan as the capital, when they were defeated by the Shekhawats, Qaimkhani nawabs ruled in Fatehpur, Jhunjhunu and Singhana. This is the region that is now termed Shekhawati. They also ruled Hisar (city) for a while.
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