Mahmud Shah I Begra, Sultan of Gujarat
r. 1458-1511/862-917 AH
India
Sayf al-Din Abu al-Fath ibn Muhammad II, who took the regnal title Mahmud Shah I, was Sultan of Gujarat from 1458-1511/862-917 AH. During his long and prosperous reign, which began when he was just thirteen years old, he made several military conquests and was given the nickname Mahmud Begarha or Mahmud Begra. In addition to his military prowess, Mahmud Shah was a patron of architecture. He constructed the palaces on the southern and western shores of the tank at Sarkhej, as well as a tomb for himself in which he was buried after his death. 

Sources:

Bosworth, Clifford Edmund. The New Islamic Dynasties: A Chronological and Genealogical Manual, 312-313. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Hasan, Mohibbul. "Maḥmūd." Encyclopedia of Islam, Second Editionhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1163/1573-3912_islam_COM_0628 [Accessed January 24, 2018].
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Variant Names
محمود شاه
Original
Mahmud Shah I Begra, Sultan of Gujarat
Mahmud Begara, Sultan of Gujarat, 1445-1511
Mahmūd Shāh Begŕā
Transliterated
Mahmud Shah Begara
Alternate transliteration
Mahmud Shah Begaŕhā
Alternate transliteration
سيف الدين
Alternate
Sayf al-Din
Transliterated
Sayfuddin
Alternate transliteration
ابو الفتح
Alternate
Abu al-Fath
Transliterated