Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands with certain other Muslim rulers, and destroyed Vijayanagara.

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  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands with certain other Muslim rulers, and destroyed Vijayanagara. (en)
  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest. (en)
  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1516 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands with certain other Muslim rulers, and destroyed Vijayanagara. (en)
  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands some of the other Deccan Sultans and destroyed Vijayanagara. (en)
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  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands with certain other Muslim rulers, and destroyed Vijayanagara. (en)
  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest. (en)
  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1516 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands with certain other Muslim rulers, and destroyed Vijayanagara. (en)
  • Ibrahim Qutb Shah Wali (1518 – 5 June 1580), also known by his Telugu name Malki BhaRama, was the fourth ruler of the kingdom of Golconda in southern India. He was the first of the Qutb Shahi dynasty to use the title "Sultan". He ruled from 1550 to 1580. He lived for seven years in exile at the court of Vijayanagara as an honoured guest, but fifteen years after going back to his kingdom, he betrayed his former hosts and friends, joined hands some of the other Deccan Sultans and destroyed Vijayanagara. (en)
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