A thread on the djinn kings:
Mazir is King of the East, is reputed to wear a turban of precious gems.
Kamtam, the King of the West has a retinue of fearsome djinn shrouded in fire.
Finally, Qaswarah is the King of the South whose very movement can make hills and mountains quake.
Al Mudhib is the ruler of Sunday. Associated with the Sun, he’s decked out in gold and silks and so is called the golden king. He’s a devourer of snakes and master of alchemy.
It is said the angel Jibra’il keeps a close eye on him
It is believed the angel Mika’il keeps an eye on Barqan.
Other traditions name him as the Qarin of Prophet Muhammad and so he’s a djinn who converted to Islam.
Some accounts claim Shamhurish actually died in the early modern era.
He is said to try to eavesdrop on the angels discussing fate and is one of the djinn who listened to Muhammad recite the Qur’an.
He’s mentioned in A Thousand and One Nights in conversation with Dahnash.
The djinn king, Mura’ash, ruler of the Jann, is described in A Thousand and One Nights as large as a mountain with four heads: that of a lion, an elephant, a panther, & a lynx.
Another story tells of Sakhr as a king of the djinn ruling over a mystical island in the Adventures of Bulukiya
These djinn have some counterpart in the European Solomonic grimoire tradition
He is also the father of ghuls, serpents, & scorpions