Muhammad Shah (Sayyid dynasty)
Muhammad Shah (r. 1434-1445) was the third king of the Sayyid dynasty. Sayyid dynasty is the fourth dynasty of Delhi Sultanate. He succeeded his uncle, Mubarak Shah. Alam Shah succeeded him as the king. Both of them were incapable or weak rulers. They only ruled from the city of Delhi and that was only the extent to which their kingdom was.
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- Jackson, Peter (2003). The Delhi Sultanate : a political and military history (1st ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 9780521543293.
- "Sayyid dynasty". Encyclopedia Britannica.