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Ahmad Shah Abdali

Ahmad Shāh Durrānī (1722 – 16 October 1772) (Pashto/), also known as Ahmad Khān Abdālī (Pashto/Persian: احمد خان ابدالي), was the founder of the Durrani Empire and is regarded to be the founder of the modern state of Afghanistan.

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One of my fav this is Ahmad shah abdali poetry
Hindutva *** shd remem tht it was Ahmad Shah Abdali who destroyed Maratha *** when they were…
It was only unified by Ahmad Shah Abdali who too used to speak Persian. More inspired by Persian history than Pashtun/Pakhtun
Yes, Sikh gurus were teleported from the mars, Sikhs fought panipat against Ahma…
just like Ahmad Shah Abdali who did it by capturing the entire land of Punjab on way to Delhi..
How many POW Ahmad Shah Abdali took in the 3rd battle of panipat ? Remember?
This reminds us attacks of Ahmad Shah Abdali. Is history repeating itself?
Ahmad Shah Abdali said KP is till Jhelum. How can CM KP be stopped at Abaseen
"The word Afghanistan existed before the reign of Ahmad Shah Abdali"...
will prove to be another Ahmad Shah Abdali and Changez Khan of Afghanistan.. InshaAllah
forgetting the past when Ahmad Shah Abdali attacked, looted & killed people in India
what is your succinct, personal opinion on Ahmad Shah Abdali?
Everyone is different. Ahmad Shah Abdali killed the Cows in Amritsar and filled the pool of Harmandar Sahib with.
In 1760 Ahmad Shah Abdali conducted census of Wazir, Mehsud, Bhittani and Dawar tribes
Balochistan has large numbers of Marathi origin ppl as they were left there by Ahmad Shah Abdali as prisoners.
2-and then it was taken by Turk Khiljis, Mughals, Nader shah, Ahmad Shah Abdali, Shah Shuja, Ranjit Singh, Daleep Singh and Queen Victoria?
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Sikhs did ac sum success, but dnt forget ppl like Mahmood Ghaznavi, ahmad shah abdali n Sher shah Suri
Only afghans that were oppressed were hazaras, AFG was built by Ahmad shah abdali. 1
I liked a video from Ahmad Shah Abdali's Attack on the Golden Temple ( Then Harmandir
In evry battle hindu armies were crushed.Marathas wer murdered in lacks by Ahmad Shah Abdali.Pirthavi Raj was murdered by Ghaznavi
According to indian text books Prithviraj chohan was their hero. They never tell how badly he was defeated by Ahmad Shah Abdali.
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was Baba Deep Singh himself, who while defending the Harmandar Sahib from the invading forces of Ahmad Shah Abdali and his ..
pakhtuns are ancestors of great Ahmad Shah Abdali and Sher Shah Suri.U are ancestors of baghat Singh.
this guy is a fool. Research who Ahmad Shah Abdali was or Aurangzeb, Massa Rangur, Jahangir etc...
5. Kandahar used to be the capital of the Indo-Subcontinent when it was justly ruled by the great Afghan Mujahid, Ahmad Shah Abdali.
Asked @ Answers . The President of India is elected by (1) Lok Sabha only (2) Rajya Sabha only (3) State Legislatures only (4) Elected members of state legislatures and the parliament 1 The first Andhra person who was invited to attend the first round table conference in London: (a) Macherla Ramachandra Rao (b) T. Prakasam (c) Venkataratnam Naidu (d) None 1 . The famous Peacock throne of Shahjahan was taken to Iran by (1) Nadir Shah (2) Ahmad Shah Abdali (3) Taimur (4) Changez Khan 2 . Who played an important role in bringing about the ingegration of the princely states into the Indian union? (1) Mahatma Gandhi (2) Jawaharlal Nehru (3) Rajendra Prasad (4) Sardar Patel 1 The Indian Constitution is declared to have been adopted and enacted by the (1) Constituent Assembly (2) Indian Parliament (3) British Parliament (4) People of India 1 Duggirala Gopala Krishnayya was known as: (a) Andhra Bhakta (b) Desha bandu (c) Andhra Ratna (d) Deena Bandu 3 . The Chief Minister of a State is (1) Elected by the state Le ...
Bhakkar It is located at 31°37’60N 71°4’0E at an elevation of 159 metres and lies on the left bank of the Indus river. It has a population of almost 300,000 and was given status of district in 1981. Bhakkar city is also the administrative centre of Bhakkar Tehsil one of the four Tehsils of the District. Bhakkar Tehsil is subdivided into 17 union councils. Three of which from the city of Bhakkar. Etymology and History History of Bhakkar is very old there are many myths, mysteries and variety of elaborations about Bhakkar. Some say that the original name of Bhakkar was Sakhar and with the passage of time it became Bhakkar. Some say that it was said to be named after the great Balouch Sardar, an adventurer, who was leading a body of colonists from Dera Ismail Khan, it was towards the close of the fifteenth century they say that the descendants were ousted later on by Ahmad Shah Abdali, a great invader. British rule During British rule Bhakkar Town was headquarters of Bhakkar Tehsil (now Bhakkar Distric ...
The history of Pashto literature spreads over five thousands years having its roots in the oral tradition of tapa. However, the first recorded period begins with Bayazid Ansari (1526-74), who founded his own Sufi school of thoughts and began to preach his beliefs. He gave Pashto prose and poetry a new and powerful tone with a rich literary legacy. Khair-ul-Bayan, oft-quoted and bitterly criticized thesis, is most probably the first book on Sufism in Pashto literature. Among his disciples are some of the most distinguished poets, writers, scholars and sufis, like Arzani, Mukhlis, Mirza Khan Ansari, Daulat and Wasil, whose poetic works are well preserved. Akhund Darweza (1533- 1615), a popular religious leader and scholar gave a powerful counterblast to Bayazid's movement in the shape of Makhzanul Islam. He and his disciples have enriched the Pashto language and literature by writing several books of prose. The second period is perhaps the most prolific and glorious one. Khushal Khan Khattak (1613-89), fath ...
remember aluddin khilji, Ahmad shah abdali, sher shah suri, I think your history is very week ;)
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stupid logic of teachers:.especially logic of teachers in Ahmad Shah Abdali Private High School.lolll.
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Mohammad Akbar Khan Mohammad Akbar was a major player in the defeat of the British army in the first Anglo-Afghan War (1839-1842). He outsmarted and killed Sir William MacNaughten, a top British official who highly advocated the invasion and subjugation of Afghanistan by the British army. Mohammad Akbar was very ambitous and wanted to regain all the land that was lost by the Afghans, and rebuild another great empire, similar to Ahmad Shah Abdali's. However, his father, Amir Dost Mohammad, who wanted to work with the British, feared his son's rise to power. Many believed that Amir Dost Mohammad poisoned his own son at the age of 29. Mohammad Akbar Khan is highly revered by Afghans today, and is seen as a major historical hero. A residential area of Kabul is named after him.
. Haryana History Details . The decline of the Mughal Empire in early 18th century, led to rapid territorial gains for the Maratha Empire, including Haryana. In 1737, Marathaforces sacked Delhi, following their victory against the Mughals in the First Battle of Delhi. A treaty signed in 1752 made Marathasthe protector of the Mughal throne at Delhi. [ 13 ]Baji Rao's son, Balaji Baji Rao(popularly known as Nana Saheb), further increased the territory under Maratha control by invading Punjab and Peshawarin 1758. This brought the Marathas into direct confrontation with the Durrani empire of Ahmad Shah Abdali, who was based in Kabul. After the Third Battle of Panipatwas fought in 1761 between the Maratha Empireand the Afghan warlord Ahmad Shah Abdali, Marathas lost Punjab, Delhi and Haryana to Ahmad Shah Durrani. Within 10 years, Mahadji Shindere-established Maratha rule over North India, Haryana region remained under the rule of the Scindhia clanof the Maratha Empire, until in 1803, the British East India ...
DURRANIS The Durranis are, like other Pashtun people, most probably Iranian in heritage and language, although some people have linked them with Semetic origins too. They were known in the past as Abdalis, from approximately the 7th century until the mid-18th century when Ahmad Shah Durrani was chosen as the new Emir and the Durrani Empire was established. One of Ahmad Shah's first acts as Emir was to adopt the title padshah durr-i durran ('King, "pearl of the age").[3] He united the Pashtun tribes following a loya jirga in western Kandahar and changed his own name from Ahmad Shah Abdali to Ahmad Shah Durrani. Since that period, the kings of Afghanistan have been of Durrani extraction. The origins of the Abdalis were most likely the Hephthalites.[4] However, the traditional tribal-mythical account of the Abdalis is traced to (Qais ul-Malik) Abdal Rashid (the first and supposed founder of the Pakhtun/Pukhtun race). Qais Abdur Rashid had three sons, one of them was Ibrahim [Sarabun] whose first son was Shar ...
Ha HA but true The statement also said that the JI and JUI (along with PTI) will continue to hold sit-ins against American drones, which were parachuting evil men like Jarara into Pakistan and violating the sovereignty of the country. For this, the statement suggested, that Ahmad Shah Abdali should be invited to invade Pakistan and defeat the Americans. When told that Abdali died almost two hundred years ago, the religious leaders termed this to be nothing more than western propaganda.
GOLRA SHARIF www.tajdaregolra.com PEER NASEER UD DIN of GOLRA SAHRIF SHARIF Golra Sharif is a town situated near the Margalla Hills, in the Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan, at about 520 m (1,710 ft) above sea level, 17 km (11 mi) from the ancient city of Taxila. Golra Sharif is a shrine of the Sufi Mystic Pir Meher Ali Shah in Islamabad, Pakistan. Geographical importance Prior to the arrival of Hazrat’s ancestors Golra Sharif was just a small village named golra owned by abdullah golra and khair muhammad golra in the suburbs of Rawalpindi. Golra Sharif also has fundamental importance geographically. The vast tracts of Margalla Hills and their adjoining plains have been witness to a vast panorama of chequered history. The area extending from Hasan Abdal to the neighbourhood of Taxila, a settlement traced back to 2000 years , is custodian of a rich cultural heritage of pre-Islamic period. Even today the archaeological remains dotting the area furnish evidence of the splendid cultural and religious t ...
Malerkotla State appears to have come into existence in 1454. In this year the founder of the State Sadr-ud-din, commonly known as Sadr Jahan, was married to Taj Murassa Begum, the daughter of Behlol Lodhi. Sadr Jahan was a saint, sarwani Afghan of Daraband of Khurason, who was a disciple of Pir Rukn Alam-a-Multani Pir and had settled at Bhumsi (Malerkotla Tahsil) a place which lay on a tributary of River Satluj. At this place, Behlol Lodhi was blessed by him. After conquering the areas of Delhi he had married away his daughter to the saint. In marriage, he gave 12 large and 56 small villages in dowry. Subsequently, Sadr Jahan contraced marriage with the daughter of a Bhatti Chief of Kapurthala. He is said to have died in 1515, leaving behind three sons Isa, Hassan and Musa by the Lodhi princes and a daughter from Bhatti lady. The royal family of Malerkotla descended from Isa. The descendants of Hassan became "Mujawars" the attendants of the shrine of Sadr Jahan. Musa died in the lifetime of his father. T ...
Shaheed Baba Deep Singh Ji is one of the most revered warriors in Sikh history. He was the leader of Shaheeda'n Misl under the forces of Taruna Dal. He sacrificed his life avenging the destruction of Harmandir Sahib, Amritsar by the forces of Ahmad Shah Abdali. Baba Deep Singh's story begins in Amritsar, the city that houses Harmandir Sahib, the Sikh shrine that occupies a very special place in the hearts of Sikhs, for it is here that most of the holy tenets were propounded, propagated and enlarged. In 1609, Guru Har Gobind Sahib Ji established the Sri Akal Takht Sahib - the Eternal Throne - opposite the Darbar Sahib, and it was on this throne that he sat wearing the two swords of Miri and Piri - temporal and spiritual power. From here he propounded the doctrine of Double Sovereignty, adding a new dimension to the Sikh way of life and attaching greater importance to the Holy city. Later, when the Sikhs were locked in a life and death struggle against the might of the Afghans and the Mughals, it was at Sri ...
Description The Rise of Sikh Power Punjab presented a picture of chaos and confusion when Ranjit Singh took reins of Sukerchikias misal. The edifice of Ahmad Shah Abdali's empire in India had crumbled. Afghanistan was dismembered. Peshawar and Kashmir though under the suzerainty of Afghanistan had attained de facto independence. Barakzais were the masters of these places. Attock was ruled by Wazrikhels and Jhang lay at the feet of Sials. Pathans were ruling Kasur. Multan had thrown yoke and Nawab Muzaffar Khan had taken its charge. Both Punjab and Sind were under Afghan rule since 1757 after Ahmad Shah Abdali was granted suzerainty over these two provinces. They were confronted with the rising power of Sikhs in Punjab. Taimur Khan, a local Governor was able to turn away Sikhs from Amritsar. He razed to the ground the fort of Ram Rauni. But this state of affairs did not last long and the Sikh misal joined hands and defeated Taimur Shah and his Chief minister Jalal Khan. The Afghans were forced to retreat a ...
I barely know The history of Pakistan tbh lol. But I've read a lot about Ahmad Shah Abdali he was a great afghan leader.
Q. The Third Battle of Panipat was fought between. 1 Marathas and the East India Company. 2 Ahmad Shah Abdali and...
The only Muslim woman to sit on the throne of Delhi was 1) Razia Sultana 2) Mumtaz Mahal 3) Hamida Banu Begum 4) Nur Zahan previous answer:Ahmad Shah Abdali and the Marathas.
Aftermath of operation blue star was not different from other attacks on Golden Temple in previous centuries. To make matter worse, Indian army simultaneously attacked 40 other historical Gurdwaras all over Punjab. It was reminiscent of Ahmad Shah Abdali's invasion where Abdali forces had destroyed all the Gurdwara in his path. About 5000 soldiers of Sikh regiment of Indian army as well as other institutions rebelled against Government of India. Many prominent sikh leaders and theologians who had been honoured by Indian government returned their medals and certificates. Akal Takht and sorrounding buildings This attack only alleviated the secessionist movement and overnight Bhindrenwale became a folk hero. It is a known fact that more people died after this attack in next two years then from 1977-1984 while the attack on Golden Temple was to curb the "seccessionist movement". It was obvious that sooner or later Indira Gandhi will have to suffer for this destruction. In November of same year, two devoted Si ...
29 years ago on this day, The Harmandir Sahib was in a state that brought back memories of Massa Ranghar and Ahmad Shah Abdali. Please join us today at the Millis Gurdwara Sahib for a reflection on Operation Bluestar. Mehr Kaur, Leah Raczynski and I will be at the Glen Cove Gurdwara Sahib (Long Island) tomorrow evening to join a special Diwan in the memory of 1984. On Sunday, June 9, I will be speaking at the Milford Gurdwara Sahib (Boston Area). NEVER FORGET 84...SIKH HOLOCAUST. PL. JOIN US TO WITNESS & LISTEN TO MEHR KAUR, LEAH KAUR & SARBPREET SINGH JI. GLEN COVE GURDWARA SPECIAL DIWAN...6PM ONWARD.SAT. JUNE 08TH 2013
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ABDALI, ancient name of a large tribe, or more particularly of a group of Afghan tribes, better known by the name of Dorrani since the reign of Ahmad Shah Dorrani (or Ahmad Shah Abdali: 1747-72). This tribal confederation groups the Pashtun clans of the west, who are to be distinguished from the Ghilzi (sing. Ghilzay), comprising those of the east. The eponymous ancestor of the Abdali is said to be Abdal, son of Tarin, son of Kharshbun. Tradition claims that Abdal bore this surname (laqab) because he had been in the service of one of the abdal, who represent the fifth degree in the hierarchy of Sufi saints. It is not possible to ascertain if this is only popular etymology or reflects historical reality. The Abdali are divided into two branches: (a) The Zirak, who, especially in the region of Qandahar, include the clans of the Popalzai, the Alikozai, the Barakzai, and the Achakzai. The last king of Afghanistan (1933-73). Mohammad Zaher Shah, was a Mohammadzai of the clan of the Barakzai. The Mohammadzai ha ...
Zamzama Gun opposite Lahore Museum (Photo by Gertrude Bell c.1903) "He who holds Zamzama...holds the Punjab" - Kim IN front of the Lahore Museum, on a platform in the midst of The Mall or Shahrah-e-Quaid-e-Azam, stands a beautiful old gun whose nine-and-a-half-inch muzzle rained fire in battlefields for about one century. The great English novelist and poet Rudyard Kipling had immortalised it as Kim’s Gun. The gun bears two inscriptions, one on its muzzle and the other on its back. According to the former inscription, it was cast by Shah Nazir under the orders of Shah Wali Khan, the chief minister of Ahmad Shah Abdali. The last line of the second inscription forms a chronogram — a phrase whose each letter has a numerical value which when added gives a specific date. The date given by the chronogram on the gun is 1169 Hijri (1755-56 AD). At that time not one but two guns were cast. The brass required for these 14 feet and 4.5 inch long guns is said to have been collected by jazia, capitation tax levied ...
The great Sikh warrior Sardar Jassa Singh, who was called “Bandi Chhor” (the redeemer) for having rescued 2200 women imprisoned by Ahmad Shah Abdali for his harem, seems to have been forgotten today. Sardar Ahluwalia was acclaimed as the supreme leader of the Khalsa Panth and awarded the title of “Padshah” (king) or “Sultan-ul-Quam” (Emperor of the Sikh community) after the conquest of Lahore by Sikhs in November 1761, and the death of Nawab Kapur Singh Faizullapuria. Sardar Ahluwalia successfully led the Sikh warriors against frequent foreign invasions of the Afghans and the tyrannical rule of Mughal administrators during the 18th century. In fact, Ahluwalia laid the foundation of self-rule and changed the map of the then Punjab from Khyber Pass to Jammu and Sindh to Tibet. Before succumbing to an old bullet injury on October 7, 1753, Nawab Kapur Singh called Jassa Singh and entrusted to him the job of serving the Khalsa. Thus, he became the acknowledged leader of the Khalsa of the Budha Dal. ...
Today in Sikh History :3rd March 1644: Sixth Patshah, Guru Hargobind Ji departed from this planet at Kirtapur. This is the actual date of Joti Jot, although it is observed on a different date by Guru Khalsa Panth. 1762: Ahmad Shah Abdali, upon reaching Lahore, displays the heads of Sikhs by hanging them on doors and walls. 1921: Speaking at Shaheedi Diwan, Gandhi sought to integrate the Gurudwara reform movement into the national movement against colonialism. He wanted them "to dedicate their martyrdom to Bharat mata and belive that the Khalsa can remain free only in a free India." With this event Ghandhi, in his immitable style took politics into religion which the Central Sikh League, a political organisation, had carefully avoided by leaving the reform movement to the SGPC. Ghandhi was a "Hindu holy man with political cloak" in quest for power. Sikhs weren't immediately taken in. However, the damage had been done. Gandhi had sown the seeds of division in the Tat Khalsa which sprouted only a few months ...
DISCUSSION OF MORNING SESSION QUESTIONS by "Bharat Rawal" : CHEMISTRY : 1. "Henery Becquerel" found about "Radioactivity" 1st. 2. "Magnesium" show "Artificial Radioactivity". 3. Nature of Gama rays is "Constant and Non-Material". 4. "Group Displacement Law" is used for explaining "Radioactive Disintegration". 5. The Isotope of "Cobalt" can be used for treatment of "Cancer" disease.. HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL INDIA : 6. Abdul Hamid Lahori is the author of "Padshah Nama". 7. "Pilgrim Tax" was not introduced by Shivaji. 8. The Mughal emperor at the time of Ahmad Shah Abdali's invasion of India was "Shah Alam-I". 9. Moti Masjid in the Red Fort, Delhi was constructed by "Aurangzeb". 10. In the Delhi Sultanate an administrative unit called Pargana was headed by "Amin". ENGLISH LANGUAGE : 11. SYNONYM "Hock" : Pledge 12. ANTONYM "Morbid" : Healthy 13. BLANK - "moving" He was one of the _ spirits behind the "Quit India" Movement. 14. IDIOM / PHRASE "To pay one back in the same coin" : To retaliate 15. ONE WORD "A person ...
Remembering Panipat As the country celebrates Makar Sankranti today, many people will probably not remember that a great military disaster had happened on this day, January 14, exactly 252 years ago. Forces of the Maratha confederacy had measured swords with Afghan raiders of Ahmad Shah Abdali. On that winter afternoon in 1761, 40,000 Maratha troops were cut down in the killing fields of Panipat while countless camp followers were slain by Afghan soldiers hunting for war spoils. The Maratha debacle was preceded by a 10-month campaign that began from Patdur in Maharashtra in 1760. It had taken them 120 days to reach Delhi from Sindkhed in the Deccan. The Maratha retinue exceeded the number of combatants. Also, the Marathas in 1760 were no longer a highly mobile cavalry army that believed in the shoot-and-scoot doctrine. They had heavy artillery, about 200 cannon, which slowed down the march. In fact, the artillery struggled hard to cross the ravines of Chambal and the many rivers that came in the way. Dr U ...
On This Day: 1761 – The Afghans led by Ahmad Shah Abdali defeated the French-supplied and trained Maratha troops at the Third Battle of Panipat in Panipat, present-day Haryana, India. The Afghans have never been push-overs. They destroyed a British army in the 19th century and with American aide drove the Soviets out of their country in the 20th century
To read the following in context, please visit our website later or read Afghanistan Times' print edition. There are two different tribes in Pakhtunkhwa using Sahibzada as first name. One is Durrani (Abdali) tribe in real and their ancestor, Muhammad Rafiq Duranni was a military general and close aide of Ahmad Shah Abdali. When Muslims of sub-continent were harassed by Marhatas on regular basis, they requested Ahmad Shah Abdali in 1761 to help them. Rafiq Durrani fought the war as a general while leading his army from Kandahar province of Afghanistan. When Abdalis won the battle, Rafiq Durran was requested by Pakhutns of Swabi to live in Zaida, so they could learn from him how to read and write, because they were mostly illiterate. But soon he went back to northern Afghanistan for Jihad, and embraced martyrdom in Paich Pass of Kunar province. He was laid to rest in Manugi village. He was a religious and staunch Afghan nationalist. Thus, he directed his son, Rafiqul Qadar to remain in the service of Afghan ...
Why do Afghan Mellati Fascists in Afghanistan complain about Pakistan naming nuclear missiles after Ahmad Shah Abdali (Multani), Ghauri, and Ghaznavi? They say they were Afghans, and not Pakistanis. They're lying for the following reasons: Fact Ghauri, was not an "Afghan" but a Tajik! Fact Ghaznavi was not an "Afghan" but a "Turk/Uzbek" Fact If it is ok for Afghan Mellati Fascists to call Mawlana Jalaluddin Balkhi (Rumi) as Afghan and Ali Sina and other great Tajiks, as Afghan then why is it not ok for Pakistanis to call Ahmad Khan Abdali (who was born in Multan!), Khushal Khan Khattak, Rahman Baba, Khan Abdul Ghaffar Khan, who were all born in land today called Pakistan, Pakistani? Like and Share if you REJECT Afghan Mellati Fascism!
After being ruled by Mughals Kashmir was raided by Afghans. Ahmad Shah Abdali ruled in a ruthless manner, indulging in rape, plunder & kills
Inspiration of Deoband was Shah Waliullah, an Indian, who invited Ahmad Shah Abdali to invade India.
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