GUJARAT SULTANATE – 1½ Tanka “Nasir Ud Din Ahmad Shah I” AD-1396-1583 Rare (1761)


Sultanate of Gujarat (India – Islamic)
Years 813-846
Value 1½ Tanka
Currency Rupee (1396-1583)
Weight 14.28 g
Dia 17.53 mm
Thickness 7.75 mm
Number N# 49665

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1½ Tanka – Nasir Ud Din Ahmad Shah I



Nasir ud din Mahmud Shah  was the eighth sultan of the Mamluk Sultanate (Slave dynasty). The Tabaqat-i Nasiri, written by the court historian Minhaj-i-Siraj, is dedicated to him. It is the only available contemporary source of history of his reign and thus undoubtedly the most reliable source.  He was a son of Sultan Sultan Iltutmish. He ascended to the throne of Delhi Sultanate in 1246 at the tender age of 17 or 18 after the chiefs replaced Ala ud din Masud, when they felt that Masud began to behave as a tyrant.

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