Ahmad Shah I Wali
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Ahmed Shah Al Wali Bahamani ruled the Kingdom of Bidar from 1422 to 1436 and was a great patron of arts and culture. He brought artisans from Iran, including the metal-worker Abdulla-bin-Kaiser, who was the master of Bidriware, the inlaying of zinc alloy with silver and gold.
The tomb of the Bahmani King Ahmed Shah Al Wali is a place of worship visited by Hindus and Muslims, and a centre of communal harmony.
- Staff (5 March 2007) "Symbol of communal harmony" The Hindu
- Nathanael, M. P. (20 January 2002) "The Sunday Tribune: Spectrum: Travel: Bewitched by Bidar" The Tribune, Chandigarh, India
- "Bidar:Tomb of Ahmad Shah Baihmani" Institute of Oriental Culture Japan
- Desai, Rishikesh Bahadur (18 April 2005) "A centre for communal harmony comes alive" The Hindu
- Sen, Sailendra (2013). A Textbook of Medieval Indian History. Primus Books. pp. 106–108. ISBN 978-9-38060-734-4.
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