In 1415, The Ilyas Shahi dynasty was overthrown by Raja Ganesha. He was succeeded by his son Jadu or Jalal-ud-din Muhammad Shah (after conversion to Islam). He was succeeded by his son, Shams-ud-din Ahmad Shah. He was killed by his nobles in 1436. After his death, the rule of Ilyas Shahi dynasty was restored by Nasir-ud-Din Mahmud Shah, a descendant of Shamsuddin Ilyas Shah, who ascended the throne in 1437. In 1486, the last ruler of this dynasty Jalal-ud-din Fath Shah was killed by his Abyssinian commander of the palace guards, Sultan Shahzada, who ascended the throne under the title, Buurbak Shah. Thus the Ilyas Shahi dynasty rule over Bengal ended.