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Muhammad Gawan
Muhammad Gawan was born in 1404 A.D.
He came to Bider in 1442 and obtained employment in the court of Alauddin II.
He was appointed as Prime Minister during the period of Muhammad Shah.
He saved the kingdom from enemies.
He extended the Bahmani kingdom by annexing Kondavidu, Rajamahendravaram, Telangana etc.
Gawan introduced many reforms in the administration.
Gawan divided the existing four states into eight states.
Gawan established a big Madarsa at Bider.
As a result of jealousy native Muslims conspiracy the sultan Muhammad Shah III ordered for the death of Gawan in 1481.
Later Sultan Muhammad Shah III repented for his action and died within one year in 1482.
Bahmani Kingdom came to end after the death of Gawan.
Bahmani Kingdom was divided into five independent states i.e. Ahmadnagar, Bijapur, Bider, Golkonda and Berar.

Medieval

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