عنوان مقاله [English]
In the 14th century Fars state was a suitable destination for immigrants from everywhere and various classes and nations because of some reasons like the Mongol invasion toward its surrounding in comparison to its security and stability, flourishing in the commerce and civil life in Shiraz. So ethnologically, Fars state had a complex combination of native Zoroastrians, new converted Muslims with a Sufi tendency, merchants and craftsmen and other bourgeois, enormous peasants and farmers from the plane surrounding Fars, wandering nomadic peoples between summer of up-countries and the southern winter quarters, and racially consisted of various immigrants from far and neighbouring of Fars, like Turk, Turkmen and Mongol wandering nomads and local and occupier Persians. Racial diversity resulted in ideological variety there. So studying the socio-political model of Fars state is necessary for understanding the practical policy of Inju rulers? Hypothesis indicates that changing circumstances and fluctuates in supporting powers made flexibility and change in the practical policies and political behaviour of Inju rulers. Confirming the hypothesis, the result indicates that changes in power equations and the rise and fall of the supporting powers made of noticeable flexibility and fluidity in Inju’s political behaviour. Indeed Injuids were resorting from one political basis and from one support power to the other.