Qutb-ud-din Mubarak Shah Khilji was the child of Ala-ud-din Khilji. He escaped from the hands of Malik Kafur's, and turned into the third Sultan and the last ruler of Khilji Dynasty. Qutb-ud-din, at 18 years old, was initially selected official to his younger six-year-old sibling who was the ruler. Within of two months, Qutb-ud-din blinded his sibling and raised the throne. He started his theory by discharging a large number of detainees and abolishing all duties and punishments forced by his dad. Qutb-ud-din was the weakest leader of the administration. In 1320, he was killed by one of his reliable person Khusro Khan.
Under Mubarak, the administration of Delhi was very insecure. The Sultan left the behaviour of the State issues in the hands of Khusro Khan who in 1320, killed Mubarak Shah and grabbed the throne.
Successor of Qutb-ud-din Mubarak Shah:
Decline of Mubarak Shah
An interest was hatched to murder Mubarak Shah and put an offspring of Khizr Khan on the throne. A cousin of Mubarak Shah Asad-ud-Din double crossed him. Mubarak Shah came to know of the involvement and put him to death. Without a doubt, even Khizr Khan, Shadi Khan and Shihab-ud-Din were executed. Mubarak Shah married Deval Devi, dame of Khizr Khan.
The achievement of Mubarak Shah in the Deccan turned over to his head. He himself put all his vitality in the association of women and comedians.
Mubarak Shah showered favours on Khusro and his assistants. He was given various notification against the blueprints of Khusro anyway he declined to listen to them.
He allowed Khusro to have an alternate mounted power. Khusro was allowed to live inside the imperial living arrangement. His relations and friendlies were allowed to enter the regal living arrangement. A trap was delivered by Khusro to dispose of Mubarak Shah and on the night of 14 April, 1320, the troops of Khusro entered the regal living arrangement and cleave down the renowned gatekeepers. Khusro himself detained Mubarak Shah by the hair and Jaharia, one of his disciples, injured him to death. The head of Mubarak Shah was cut off and hurled into the porch.
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