Bahmani Sultanate, or Deccan, was a Persianate Sunni Indo-Muslim empire located in the Deccan region.
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Bahmani Sultanate was rewarded with an Iqta for taking part in the conquest of Kampili.
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Bahmani Sultanate made various raids against neighboring Hindus until he could gain influence and wealth and became a powerful military chief.
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Bahmani Sultanate had lured the Sultan into putting himself in the former's power, using the beauty of his daughter, who was accomplished in music and arts, and had introduced her to the Sultan at a feast.
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Bahmani Sultanate was succeeded by Shamsuddin, who was a puppet king under Taghalchin.
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Bahmani Sultanate was the first author to write in the Dakhni dialect of Urdu.
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Bahmani Sultanate imposed destruction and slaughter on Vijayanagar and finally captured Warangal.
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The Dakhanis believed that the privileges, patronage and positions of power in the Sultanate should have been reserved solely for them, based on their ethnic origin and their sense of pride of having launched the Bahmanid empire.
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In 1501, Mahmud Shah Bahmani Sultanate united his amirs and wazirs in an agreement to wage annual Jihad against Vijayanagar.
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The Bahmani Sultanate Sultans were patrons of the Persian language, culture and literature, and some members of the dynasty became well-versed in that language and composed its literature in that language.
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Bahmani Sultanate rulers made some beautiful tombs and mosques in Bidar and Gulbarga.
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