Sultanate of Bengal

Sultanate of Bengal

Ilyas Shahi Dynasty (1342–1415)

  • The first independent Turkic Muslim ruling dynasty in Bengal
  • Ruled from the 14th century to the 15th century.
  • It was founded in 1342 by Shamsuddin Iliyas Shah.
  • Their capital was in Pandua, Hoogly

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Ilyas Shahi Dynasty Sultanate of Bengal
Pandua Minar, Hoogly

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Shamsuddin Iliyas Shah (1342–58)

  • Shamsuddin Iliyas Shah is the founder of the Ilyas Shahi dynasty
  • He defeated the rulers of Delhi, Sonargaon, Satgaon, Nepal, Orissa and Assam.
  • He was contemporary of Delhi Sultan firuz shah tughlaq.

 

Sikandar Shah (1358–90)

  • Sikandar Shah also known as Alexander Shah
  • He was the son of Shamsuddin Ilyas Shah
  • Sikandar Shah defeated Firuz Shah Tughlaq in 1359.
  • He constructed Adina Mosque, Pandua.

 

Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah (1390–1411)

  • Ghiyasuddin Azam Shah established diplomatic relations with the Ming Empire of China
  • Krittibas Ojha, also translated the Ramayana in Bengali during his reign.
  • Ma Huan, a Chinese traveler visited Bengal.
  • Port of Chittagaong was an important trading centre

 

 

 

Ganesha Dynasty (1414 -35)

Raja Ganesha

  • The Ganesha dynasty began with Raja Ganesha in 1414
  • Their capital was Gaur

 

Jalaluddin Muhammad Shah

  • Son of Raja Ganesha.
  • He was converted to Islam.
  • During his reign Firuzabad Pandua became a populous city.

 

 

 

Ilyas Shahi Dynasty (1435–1487)
  • After Ganesha dynasty Ilyas Shahi Dynasty came in to the power again.

 

Nasiruddin Mahmud Shah

  • Maladhar Basu, compiler of Sri-Krishna Vijaya, was granted the title of Gunaraja Khan.

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 Hussain Shahi Dynasty
Eklakhi Mausoleum, Malda

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Hussain Shahi Dynasty (1494–1538)

Alauddin Husain Shah (1494–1519)

  • Alauddin Husain Shah is the founder of Hussain Shahi dynasty
  • He had served as wazir under Iliyas Shahi dynasty
  • He was defeated by Bahlol Lodi
  • Bijay Gupta wrote his Manasamangal Kavya also during his reign
  • Alauddin Husain Shah was contemporary of Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.
  • He is also known as Akbar of Bengal

 

Ghiyasuddin Mahmud Shah (1533–38)

  • Ghiyasuddin Mahmud Shah was the last Sultan of the Hussain Shahi dynasty of Bengal.
  • Permitted Portuguese to establish factories at Chittagong and Hughli.
  • Ghiyasuddin and his Portuguese allies were defeated by Sher Shah Suri in 1538

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