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Alauddin Humayun Shah (7-5-1458-4-9-1461) Alauddin Ahmed-II had nominated his eldest son Humayun as heir to the throne.

Humayun, eleventh ruler of the Bahmani kingdom, was nicknamed as zalim or the oppressor because of his cruelty.

During his time Muhammad Gawan was appointed as a minister.

Nizamuddin Ahmed-III (4-9-1461-30-7-1463): On Humayun‟s death, his son Ahmed-III succeeded to the throne as Nizamuddin Ahmed-III at the age of eight.

The ruler of Telangana as also Khwaja Mahmud of Malwa invaded his kingdom the former was turned back, but the invasion of Mahmud posed a serious danger. The Bahmani forces had to sustain a defeat and the capital had to stand a siege. Ultimately, the ruler of Gujarat came to the help of the Bahmani Kingdom and the combined forces were successful in compelling the Malwa army to retreat.

He was succeeded by his younger brother Muhammad Khan as Shamsuddin Muhammad Shah-III.