Mubarak Shah


Mubarak Shah

Mubarak Shah (mort en 1276), est un prince Djaghataïde qui a régné sur le khanat de Djaghataï de 1252 à 1261 puis de mars à septembre 1266 sous la régence de sa mère Orghana Qatun.

Fils de Kara Hülegü et d'Orghana Qatun, il est le premier Djaghataïde à s'être convertit à l'islam. Il est renversé en septembre 1266 par son cousin Baraq qui le réduit au rôle de grand-veneur.

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