Mubarak Shah (Sayyid dynasty)
|Sultan of Delhi|
Coin of Mubarak Shah
|Sultan of the Delhi Sultanate|
|Reign||21 May 1421 – 19 February 1434|
|Died||19 February 1434|
Mubarak Shah (r. 1421–1434) was the second monarch of the Sayyid dynasty which ruled the Delhi Sultanate. He succeeded his father, Khizr Khan to the throne. The Sayyids were subservient to Timur's successor, Shah Rukh, and while Khizr Khan did not assume the title of sultan, Mubarak Shah was acknowledged as one by Sirhindi. However, it is also known that Mubarak Shah received a robe and a chatr (a ceremonial parasol) from the Timurid capital of Herat which indicates that the fealty continued in his time. He was murdered in 1434 and succeeded by his nephew, Muhammad Shah.
- Jackson, Peter (2003). The Delhi Sultanate : a political and military history (1st ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521543293.
- "Sayyid dynasty". Encyclopedia Britannica.
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