Sultan muzaffar shah - Brief Notes On The African Sultans Of Mediaeval Bengal

Muzaffar Shah I dari Perak

Mahmúd's ministers persuaded him not to see the Jaunpur preacher.

While Mahmúd was on the march the Ráo Mandalika suddenly joined him, and asking why the Sultán was so bent on his destruction when he had committed no fault, agreed to do whatever Mahmúd might command.

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Muzaffar Shah I dari Perak

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Depending on the degrees of benevolence of the owners, some of the African and Asian slaves throughout the various Islam-based kingdom-states across Eurasia would receive education and be employed in administrative posts as well.

In return the chief attacked the commandant and defeated him, killing most of his men and capturing two elephants and several horses.

Muzaffar Shah of Malacca

Sultan Yusuf had died childless.

Description: A good eight centuries after this, during the rule of Sultan Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah Reign: CE 1390—1411the third Sultan of the Iliyas Shahi Sultanate of Bengal, Yakut Ali, a Habesha Muslim preacher reached Medina to establish the Al-Madrasa Al-Bangaliya.

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The seven-year rule of the African Sultans over the medieval Sultanate of the Gourh-Shahi of yore lost to the times and tides of history was indeed a unique one in the mediaeval power-political history of Bengal in all its feudal hegemonies that are a trademark of the Middle Ages.
Sultan Muzaffar Shah consented to divorce his wife for the sake of political stability and Tun Kudu also agreed to marry Tun Ali for the well being of the country.

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