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HYDERABAD HISTORY

PRE QUTB SHAHI QUTB SHAHI ASAF JAHI PRESENT  HYDERABAD GLOSSARY BIOGRAPHIES

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Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah
Accession 1550 Death 1580 The youngest son of Sultan Quli Qutb Shah, Ibrahim, lived in exile as an honoured guest of the Raja of Vijayanagar. It was during this sojourn that he learnt to love Telugu and speak it almost as his second mother tongue. When he ascended the throne, Ibrahim patronized and encouraged the learning and writing of Telugu as few Muslim or non- Muslim rulers had done before him. Poets from all over the Deccan converged at Ibrahim’s court. During his reign, Golconda was further strengthened. Ibrahim Quli Qutb Shah invited his nobles to construct buildings within its walls. Mosques, schools, alms houses and the dam at Hussain Sagar, Budwel and Ibrahim Patnam were all to his credit. Besides, Ibrahim was noted for his able administration


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