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Ahmed Shah Al Wali Bahamani ruled the Kingdom of Bidar from 1422 to 1436 and was a great patron of arts and culture. He brought artisans from Iran, including the metal-worker Abdulla-bin-Kaiser, who was the master of Bidriware, the inlaying of zinc alloy with silver and gold. Ahmed Shah's, and his empress's, tomb is located in Ashtur village, Bidar District, and is the subject of an annual urs, or anniversary of death festival. The tomb of the Bahmani King Ahmed Shah Al Wali is a place of worship visited by Hindus and Muslims, and a centre of communal harmony.

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  • Ahmad Shah Vali est un sultan de l'Empire Bahmanide sur lequel il règne de 1422 à 1436. Il succède à son frère Firuz Shah qui abdique le 22 septembre 1422. Il agrandit le sultanat des Bahmani par plusieurs victoires contre les rajahs. En 1425, il transfère sa capitale à Bîdâr. Après une attaque contre le Mâlvâ au début de son règne, les deux sultanats vivent en paix. En 1429, Ahmad Shah lance son armée contre le Gujerat où elle est repoussée. Il meurt de maladie le 17 avril 1436 et désigne son fils Ala-ud-din Ahmad comme successeur.
  • Ahmad I Szach (ur. ?, zm. 1436 – sułtan Dekanu w latach 1422–1436, wnuk Abu-I Muzzaffar Ala ud-din I Bahman Szacha. W 1429 r. przeniósł stolicę państwa z Gulbargi do Ahmadnagaru.
  • Ahmed Shah Al Wali Bahamani ruled the Kingdom of Bidar from 1422 to 1436 and was a great patron of arts and culture. He brought artisans from Iran, including the metal-worker Abdulla-bin-Kaiser, who was the master of Bidriware, the inlaying of zinc alloy with silver and gold. Ahmed Shah's, and his empress's, tomb is located in Ashtur village, Bidar District, and is the subject of an annual urs, or anniversary of death festival. The tomb of the Bahmani King Ahmed Shah Al Wali is a place of worship visited by Hindus and Muslims, and a centre of communal harmony.
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  • Ahmad Shah Vali est un sultan de l'Empire Bahmanide sur lequel il règne de 1422 à 1436. Il succède à son frère Firuz Shah qui abdique le 22 septembre 1422. Il agrandit le sultanat des Bahmani par plusieurs victoires contre les rajahs. En 1425, il transfère sa capitale à Bîdâr. Après une attaque contre le Mâlvâ au début de son règne, les deux sultanats vivent en paix. En 1429, Ahmad Shah lance son armée contre le Gujerat où elle est repoussée. Il meurt de maladie le 17 avril 1436 et désigne son fils Ala-ud-din Ahmad comme successeur.
  • Ahmed Shah Al Wali Bahamani ruled the Kingdom of Bidar from 1422 to 1436 and was a great patron of arts and culture. He brought artisans from Iran, including the metal-worker Abdulla-bin-Kaiser, who was the master of Bidriware, the inlaying of zinc alloy with silver and gold. Ahmed Shah's, and his empress's, tomb is located in Ashtur village, Bidar District, and is the subject of an annual urs, or anniversary of death festival. The tomb of the Bahmani King Ahmed Shah Al Wali is a place of worship visited by Hindus and Muslims, and a centre of communal harmony. Ahmed Shah fought battles against Vijayanagar (1423), Warangal (1424–1425), Malwa (an ancient kingdom whose capital was situated in Ujjain) (1425–1435), and against Gujarat (1425–1435).
  • Ahmad I Szach (ur. ?, zm. 1436 – sułtan Dekanu w latach 1422–1436, wnuk Abu-I Muzzaffar Ala ud-din I Bahman Szacha. W 1429 r. przeniósł stolicę państwa z Gulbargi do Ahmadnagaru.
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