Mujir al-Din


Mujir al-Din
   He belonged to a prominent clan of Central Asian immigrants, the descendants of Abu Rija, who joined service under the Khaljis (1290-1320). Mujir al-Din was appointed deputy governor (na'ib-wazir) at Deogir by Mubarak Khalji (1316-1320), where he continued for a long time. He rose in prominence under Muham-mad bin Tughlaq (1325-1351), became governor of Bayana, and participated in military campaigns against the rebellious nobles Baha al-Din Garshasp and 'Ain ul-Mulk Multani. One of his brothers, Shihab al-Din Abu Rija, the muqti' of Nausari, was entitled Malik al-tujjar (king of merchants).

Historical dictionary of Medieval India. . 2011.

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