Man Bai, daughter of Raja Bhagwan Das of Amber, was the first and favorite wife of Jahangir. In 1605, she committed suicide due to some reasons. You might know how fortune favoured Sher Afgan's widow (Nur Jahan) to become the virtual ruler of the Mughal Empire during Jahangir's reign. You can read an outline of the story Here. With the exception of khutba (prayer for the reigning monarch), she possessed all privileges of a monarch. In a way Nur Jahan can be compared with Raziyya Sultan of Slave dynasty (the first female monarch of Hindustan), but Nur Jahan gain power only after her marriage with the Emperor.
Chand Bibi (The Lady Moon) was the daughter of Sultan Hussein Nizam Shah of Ahmednagar (in Maharashtra, India) and his wife Sultana Khanzada Humayun. She was married to Sultan Ali Adil Shah of Bijapur, when the four Deccan Sultans (Ali Adil Shah of Bijapur, Hussein Nizam Shah of Ahmednagar, Ibrahim Qutub Shah of Golconda and Ali Barid Shah of Bidar) had decided to unite against Rama Raya of Vijayanagara, during the Battle of Talikotta in 1565. In 1580, Sultan Ali Adil Shah was murdered by an eunuch; and since he had no sons, he was succeeded by his nephew Ibrahim Adil Shah II (1580-1626), a child of nine years. Chand Bibi became the regent during his minority from 1580 to 1584. When Khudija Sultana, sister of Ibrahim Adil Shah, was married to Miran Hussein, son of Murtaza Nizam Shah (the then ruler of Ahmednagar and brother of Chand Bibi), Chand Bibi also accompanied the bride to Ahmednagar, and remained there.
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