The rise of Bahmani Sultanate in Deccan at a glance: Siasat's historical series by Qayyum
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Hyderabad, July 20 -- Bahmani Sultanate was one of the oldest Muslim Sultanate in Deccan in South India which left magnificent historic monuments at every nook and corner of the areas ruled by them. Incidentally, once established in 1347 the Muslim rule continued on almost all the areas of that sultanate till the last Nizam of Hyderabad Nawab Mir Osman Ali Khan.
Siasat Urdu Daily had an opportunity to invite and hear Mohammed Abdul Qayyum, the Deputy Director, Department of Archeology, A.P. speak on the History of Bahmani Sultanate.
The genesis of the Islamic rule in South India, according to Mohammed Abdul Qayyum, was when Alauddin Khilji forayed in Deccan to capture Daulatabad Fort which was known then as Devgiri. Later Mohammed Tughl...
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