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Hasan Gangu-Alauddin-Bahman Shah

Alauddin Hasan Bahman Shah: (3-5-1347-11-2-1358.A.D.):

Hasan Gangu established Bahmani kingdom in 1347 A.D.

He beautified the capital city, Gulbarga.

He annexed Bider, Malkad, Dabhol, Telangana, Malkhad and Kolhapur.

The rivalry between Bahmani and Vijayanagara Kingdoms started from his time.

In 1349 A.D., Alauddin Hasan attacked the territory of Vijaynagara he conquered all the territory up to the Tungabhadra.

Kapaya Nayak of Warangal was defeated by Alauddin Hasan and was ordered to pay tribute.

He was one of the first Muslim kings who ordered that no Jiziah should be levied from non Muslims in lien of military service, and he also allowed agricultural produce of all kinds and domestic animals to enter the Kingdom free of tax.

He divided the empire into four Tarafs i.e.Gulbarga, Bider, Berar and Daulatabad.

Alauddin Hasan Bahman Shah died in 1358 A.D, and was succeeded by his son Muhammad Shah-I