Qasim Barid I

Qasim Barid I

Qasim Barid I (r.1489-1504) was a prime-minister of the Bahmani sultanate and the founder of the Bidar Sultanate, one of the five late medieval Indian kingdoms, together known as the Deccan sultanates. Qasim Barid was a Turk, domiciled in Georgia. He entered the service of the Bahmani sultan Muhammad Shah III. He later became the prime-minister of the Bahmani sultanate.Majumdar, R.C. (ed.) (2007). "The Mughul Empire", Mumbai:Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, ISBN 81-7276-407-1, p.466] Some have claimed that Qasim Barid was of Hungarian descent. [ [http://nq.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/citation/s5-VII/178/408-b QASIM, THE HUNGARIAN FOUNDER OF THE BARID SHAHI DYNASTY OF AHMADABAD BIDR, IN SOUTHERN INDIA - ELLIS s5-VII (178): 408 - Notes and Queries ] ]

Qasim Barid I led one of the first revolts against the Bahmani Sultanate. He was able to get himself made chief of state but had seriously undermined the stability of the kingdom. [ [http://www.britannica.com/eb/topic-485561/Qasim-Barid Qasim Barid (Bahmani minister) - Britannica Online Encyclopedia ] ] The Bahmani governors of Junnar, Bijapur and Berar refused to acknowledge the authority of Qasim Barid and in June,1490 Malik Ahmad Nizam-ul-Mulk, the governor of Junnar founded the independent Ahmednagar Sultanate followed by the foundation of the independent Bijapur Sultanate by Yusuf Adil Khan and Berar Sultanate by Fathullh Imad-ul-Mulk in the same year. [Majumdar, R.C. (ed.) (2006). "The Delhi Sultanate", Mumbai:Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, p.268] The founding of the dynasty occurred in 1492. [ [http://www.webindia123.com/history/MEDIEVAL/delhisultanate/delhisultantate5.htm webindia123.com-Indian History-Medieval-Delhisultanate-THE BAHMANI DYNASTY OF THE DECCAN ] ]

Qasim Barid died in 1504 and was succeeded by his son Amir Barid I, as the prime minister of the Bahmani Sultanate who also became the de-facto ruler like his father.Majumdar, R.C. (ed.) (2007). "The Mughul Empire", Mumbai:Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan, ISBN 81-7276-407-1, p.466]

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