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Imperial Gazetteer of India, v. 2, p. 368.


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368 THE INDIAN EMPIRE [CHAP.
as the Mogul (1Mughal), but called by the rulers themselves the
GurgAni Chaghatae, dynasty. For the present we suspend our
narrative, and turn to consider the smaller states which rose and
fell in Northern India during this second period (1206-I526).
TABLES OF DELHI KINGS, 1206-I526
TABLE I
Mu'IZZi SLAVE KINGS, 1206-90
I. Qutb-ud-din, Ibak, d. 1210.
(Slave of Mu'izz-ud-din, Muhammad, Ghori.)
II. Arim, Daughter III. Shams-nd-din, Iyaltimish
d. I2II. (slave), d. May 1, 1236.
IV. Rukn-ud-din, V. (Daughter) VI. Mu' zz-ud- VIII. Nasir- Daughter-(Slave)
Firoz Shah, Raziyah, din, Bahram, ud-din, IX. Ghiy5s
deposed and deposed d. May I5, Mahmild, ud-din,
killed, Nov. 20, May, 1240, I242. d. Feb. 9g, ! Balban,
1236. d. Oct. 15, 1266. d. 1286.
I 1240. l
VII. Ala-ud-din Daughter - Nsir-ud-din,
Masfld, Mahmfid, Bughra
deposed ] Khan
June II, 1246. (BENGAL).
X. Mu'izz-ud-din,
Kaiqubad,
killed Oct. 14, I290.
TABLE II
KHALJI KINGS OF DELHI, I290--I320
Qaim Khan.
I. JalIl-ud-din, Mas'ud.
Firoz Shah,
d. July 21, 1296. IIL Ala-ud-din, Sikandar Sani,
[ Muhammad Shah,
II. Rukn-ud-din, d. Jan. 3, 1316.
Ibrdhim,
deposed
Nov., 1296. 1V. bShahb-ud-din, V. Qutb-ud-din,
Umar, Mubhrak,
d. April, 1316. d. c. June, 1320.
VI. Nisir-ud-din
KhusrU (usurper),
d. c. Oct., 1320.
NOTE.-In all the tables only those names are shown which affect the line o
succession.



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