Bughra Khan

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Shamsuddin Firoz Shah - Origin
... According to Ibn Battuta, he was the son of Bughra Khan and the grandson of Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban ... Khusrow, mentioned the names of two sons of Bughra Khan - Qaiqabad and Rukunuddin Kaikaus but he did not mention the name of Shamsuddin Firoz ... of the two Firozes left by Sultan Ghiyasuddin Balban to assist his son Bughra Khan, who was appointed to the governorship of Lakhnauti ...
Nasiruddin Bughra Khan - History - Independent Sultan of Bengal
... After the death of Ghiyasuddin in 1287, Bughra Khan declared independence of Bengal ... Bughra Khan decided to bring an end to the anarchy in Delhi and advanced with a huge army towards Delhi ... Qaiqabad acknowledged Bughra Khan's independence from Delhi and also removed Najimuddin as his wazir ...
Nasiruddin Bughra Khan
... Nasiruddin Bughra Khan was the Governor (1281–1287) and later an independent Sultan (1287–1291) of Bengal ... Earlier Bughra Khan was the governor of Samana and Sanam ...
Nuh II - The Karakhanids and End of Reign
... Their ruler, Bughra Khan, destroyed an army sent by Nuh to stop him ... After some time, however, Fa'iq surrendered to Bughra Khan, who then marched toward Bukhara ... The situation changed when Bughra Khan fell sick in Bukhara he traveled to Samarkand, and then died on the road northward ...