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Muhammad Shah II

Muhammad-II (21-5-1378-20-4-1397 A.D.): Muhammad-II‟s long reign of nineteen years was one of the most peaceful in the whole Bahmani history. Muhammad Shah II ascended the throne in 1378 and ruled upto 1397.

He was the fifth ruler of Bahmani Kingdom.

He loved peace. His period was free from war.

Muhammad Shah II was called as "Second Aristotle".

His first act was to imprison Khan Muhammad, who had been a party to Mujahid Shah‟s murder, at Sagar where he soon ended his days.

On his accession to the throne he re-appointed Malik Saifuddin Ghori as Prime Minister and made it a point always to seek his opinion in time of need.

He was died in 1397 A.D.

Ghiyasuddin Tabantan (20-4-1397-14-6-1397)

Shamsuddin Dawood-II (14-6-1397-15-11-1397)