The ‘Mad’ King: Murtaza Nizam Shah I

In the 1570s, a King of Ahmadnagar had had enough of his manipulative mother and conniving nobles, so he decided to take a sabbatical. He took a ‘break’ for more than 12 years, leaving his job to a minister! We trace the little-known story of the ‘mad’ King, Murtaza Nizam Shah I.

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