Copper coins of Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur
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Published by Birla Archaeological & Cultural Research Institute in Hyderabad, [India] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Bijāpur (India : District),
  • India,
  • Bijāpur (District)

Subjects:

  • Copper coins -- India -- Bijāpur (District),
  • Coins, Islamic -- India -- Bijāpur (District),
  • Bijāpur (India : District) -- History

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Mohd. Abdul Wali Khan.
SeriesNumismatic bulletin ;, no. 1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsCJ3540 .A23 1980
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p. :
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3148826M
LC Control Number82903132

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  The Adil Shahi dynasty traces its origin back to Yousuf Adil Shah, who was the governor of the province, before creating a de facto independent Bijapur state. Bijapur had been a province of the Bahmani Sultanate (–), before its political decline in the last quarter of the 15th century and eventual break-up in Buy Copper coins of Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur (Numismatic bulletin) by Abdul Wali Khan, Mohd (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Mohd Abdul Wali Khan. The Adil Shahi or Adilshahi, was a Shia Muslim dynasty, founded by Yusuf Adil Shah, that ruled the Sultanate of Bijapur, centred on present-day Bijapur district, Karnataka in India, in the Western area of the Deccan region of Southern India from to Bijapur had been a province of the Bahmani Sultanate (–), before its political decline in the last quarter of the 15th century Capital: Bijapur. VIII. The Coinage of Bijapur: 1. A quantity of copper coins found at Bijapur of thhe 'Adil Shahi dynasty. 2. References to Bijapur coinage. 3. Silver wire coins, known as larins. 4. Gold coins found at Bijapur. 5. Gold coins of Muhammad Shah. IX. Old Bijapur Sanads: 1. Fabrication of false sanads. 2. Letter from the Bijapur King to the Emperor.

The Coin Galleries: Adil Shahis of Bijapur () The Adil Shahi sultanate was established first by Yusuf Adil Shah, the Bahmanid governor of Daulatabad, who declared his independence in at a point when Bahmanid affairs were in some disarray. He and his successors were able to survive for close to years, their fortunes sometimes. SULTANATE (Southern India) BIJAPUR SULTANATE. The names of those sultans for whom coins are known (* coin in collection) 1-Yusuf ‘Adil Khan AH – / AD – 2- Isma’il ‘Adil Khan AH – / AD – 3- Mallu ‘Adil Khan AH / AD – 4- Ibrahim ‘Adil Shah AH – / AD – 5-* Ali ‘Adil Shah I AH – / AD The Adil Shahi Dynasty of Bijapur was established by the governor of Bijapur, Yusuf Adil Shah who declared independence in It was Yusuf Adil Shah who waged war against Hindu empire of Vijayanagar, which lie to the south of the Tungabhadra River and . These were carried off to Bijapur, where they lived out their days under surveillance, and Bidar was annexed to the Adil Shahi kingdom. 3- BIDAR SULTANATE (Barid Shahi) A.H / A.D ( YEARS) Map of Bidar Sultanate (1) AMIR BARID-I. A.H / A.D. 3-Bidar Sultanate, Amir Barid-I /Coin

Located in southwestern India, straddling the Western Ghats range of southern Maharashtra and northern Karnataka, the Bijapur Sultanate was ruled by the Adil Shahi dynasty from to The Adil Shahis were originally provincial governors of the Bahmani Sultanate ; but with the break-up of the Bahmani state after , Ismail Adil Shah. The last Bahmani Sultans were puppet monarchs under their Barid Shahi Prime Ministers, who were de facto rulers. After the sultanate broke up into five states: Nizamshahi of Ahmednagar, Qutb Shahi of Golconda (Hyderabad), Barid Shahi of Bidar, Imad Shahi of Berar, Adil Shahi of Bijapur. They are collectively known as the "Deccan Sultanates". A Gold Fanam of the 'Adil Shahi Dynasty of Bijapur by S. Garon The 'Adil Shahi dynasty of Bijapur, one of the five successor dynasties to the Bahmanid kingdom,la sted approximately years; from AD until (AH - ). The last king, Sikandar, was deposed by Aurungzeb in (AH ), when Bijapur became part of the Moghul Empire. ABHIRA & GUPTA lead coins ADIL SHAHI DYNASTY of Bijapur: a gold fanam "'' ADIL SHAHI DYNASTY of Bijapur: an unusual copper coin AHMADABAD: pice of the East India Company ANCIENT NORTHERN INDIA: cast copper coinage ANCIENT NORTHERN INDIA: single punch marked coppers ANCIENT INDIA: soHtary reverse symbols.>.