x] MUHAMMiADAN IANDIA 369
TUGHLAQ SHXHI KINGS OF DELHI, 1320-14I3
I. (Turk! slave of Balban) Rajab,
Ghiyas-ud-din, Sipah Salar.
Tughlaq, d. Feb., 1325. 1
' ' III. Firoz Shah, d. Sept. 20, 1388.
II. Muhammad, JUna,
d. March o20, I35I. l
Fath Khan. Zafar Khan. VI. Muhammad Shah,
I[V. AbuBakr, d. Jan. 20, 1394.
V. Abu Bakr,
IV. Ghiyas-ud-din, VIII. Nusrat Aug. I390. VII. Sikandar IX. MahmUd
Tughlaq (II), Shah, (Humayun Shah,
deposed and disputed sue- Khan), d. Feb., 1413.
killed, cession, set up d. March 8,
March i4, I389. in Jan. 2395, 1394.
d. i39S or
THE SAIYID KINGS OF DELHI, I4I4--5r
I. Khizr Khan,
s. May 28, I414; d. May 20, 142I.
II. Mu'izz-ud-din, Farid Khan.
killed Jan. 2o, 1434. III. Muhammad Shah, d. I445.
IV. Ala-ud-din, Alim Shah,
(removed to Budaun, 145').
THE LOD KINGS OF DELHI, 145r-I526
I. Bahlol, Lodi, d. July, I489.
II. Nizam Khan, Sikandar, Lodi, d. Nov. 22, 5II7.
III. Ibrahim, Lodi, d. April 2I, I526.
§ B. Minor Dynasties in Northern India (I206-I59I)
Lahore hardly deserves a place in this category, since it was Lahore.
seldom held for long by any ruler independent of the king
of Delhi. In I20o6, upon the death of Mu'izz-ud-din Ghorl,
a contest for its possession arose between Iyaldoz of
Kurram and Ghazni, Qabajah of Multan, and Qutb-ud-din,
ibak, of Delhi. The last finally annexed it. For the rest of
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