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Ahmad Shah

Shihabuddin Ahmed – I (22-9-1422-17-4-1436):

Immediately after his accession, he campaigned against Vijayanagara to avenge the defeats of the previous reigns.

During the period of Ahmad Shah, ninth ruler of Bahmani kingdom, the capital of the kingdom shifted from Gulbarga to Bider.

A battle was fought on the banks of the Tungabhadra and was followed by great devastation of the Vijayanagara century.

Ahmed Shah next led a raid into Gundawan and entered into an alliance with Khandesh.

Malwa and Gujarat both were potential enemies.

Alauddin Ahmed-II (17-4-1436-6-5-1458)

Zafar Khan Ahmed Shah`s son assumed the title of Ahmed-II on his accession.

The Governor of Telangana invades Berar. Alauddin Ahmed-II to the field in person, and forced the king of Malwa to retire.

The Governor of Telangana was defeated and capture by Mahmud Gawan who was then rising to power.

Alauddin Ahmed-II died in 1458 A.D. He built a big hospital at Bidar; he also built a number of Mosques.