Muhammad Shah Bahmani

Muhammad Shah Bahmani
   The second ruler of the Bahmani dynasty who succeeded to the throne in 1358. Within two years, he was recognized by the Abbasid caliph as a sultan in his own right. Muhammad Shah's whole reign (1358-1375) was taken up with a continuous war with Vijayanagar over the territory of Telin-gana. In one of these campaigns, he routed the Vijayanagar army de-cisively, forcing Bukka Raya I (1356-1377) to agree to terms dic-tated by him. At the end of this war, Muhammad Shah declared that in the future noncombatants and prisoners of war shall not be mo-lested. One of his noteworthy achievements was the reorganization of the Bahmani state, providing for its division into provinces (tarafs), each one of which was placed under a viceroy (malik na'ib).

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