Theory:

• Muhammad Shah succeeded Alauddin Bahman Shah in the throne of the Bahman Sultanate. Muhammad ruled the kingdom from $$1358 to 1375$$. Most of his tenure went in war fields engaging in battles with the adjacent enemies.
• The Main opposition he faced was from the Vijayanagar empire which was controlling a vast and fertile region in the Southern part of India. The disputes for that fertile region extended over generations.

Tomb of Firdausi
• He took on Vijayanagar two times and gained nothing from the Battle. He made up his mind to take the attack to Warangal, which he succeeded in and amassed huge wealth from the Battle in 1363.
SHAH NAMA: This book was written by Firdausi which also mentions the Turquoise throne and the penchant for this throne among the Persian rulers.
• The Victory over Warangal extended his authority to “Golconda Fort” and the “Turquoise (a semi-precious throne of Sky blue colour) throne” was captured by him, which served as the throne of Bahman Sultans for a long time.
GOLCONDA FORT: Earlier known as the “Mankal” among the locals, which was built on top of a hill in the$$12th Century$$, which was later fortified by the Bahmani Sultans during the $$16th Century$$. It is known for its grand inner architecture.