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  Sultanate of Johor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sultanate of Johor (or sometimes Johor-Riau) was founded by Malaccan Sultan Mahmud Shah's son, Sultan Alauddin Riayat Shah in 1528.
In 1511, Malacca fell to the Portuguese and Sultan Mahmud Shah was forced to flee Malacca.
The Minangkabau hence brought forth a Minangkabau prince, Raja Kecil from Siak and claimed the prince was the son of the late sultan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sultanate_of_Johore   (1565 words)

  
 SHAH SHUJA - LoveToKnow Article on SHAH SHUJA
(178o?1842), king of Afghanistan, was the son of Timur Shah, and grandson of Ahmad Shah, founder of the Durani dynasty.
After conspiracies that caused the dethronement of two brothers, Taman Shah and Mahmud Shah, he became king ~n 1803.
He was, however, in his turn driven out of Afghanistan in 1809 by Mahmud Shah, and found refuge and a pension in British territory.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /S/SH/SHAH_SHUJA.htm   (167 words)

  
 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Ahmad Shah died in 1772 and was succeeded by his son, Timur Shah, who received but nominal homage from the tribal chieftains.
Mahmud, assisted by his vizier, Fath Khan Barakzay, eldest son of Sardar Payenda Khan, and by Fath 'Ali Shah, took Qandahar and advanced on Kabul.
Shah Shoja''s troops were routed, and he withdrew from Afghanistan and found asylum with the British at Ludhiana in 1815.
www.sabawoon.com /afghanpedia/Dynasty.Durrani.shtm   (473 words)

  
 Mahmud Muzaffar Shah --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Mahmud was crowned sultan in 1834, and, when the regency of his father ended in 1841, he resolved to restore the power wielded by his predecessors.
Shah Jahan was the Mughal emperor of India from 1628 until 1658.
Mahmud was the first warrior to carry the flag of Islam into India; yet he did not impose his religion on his subjects.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9050139?tocId=9050139   (768 words)

  
 johor5
1) Y.A.M. Tengku Muhammad Hitam ibni al-Marhum Sultan Husain Mu'azzam Shah, Tengku Besar Selat.
Y.A.M. Tengku Khadija binti al-Marhum Sultan 'Ahmad Mu'azzam Shah, eldest daughter of H.H. Sultan Ahmad II Mu'azzam Shah ibni al-Marhum Yam Tuan Muda Tuanku Mahmud, Sultan and Yang di-Pertuan of Trengganu.
2) Y.A.M. Tengku Safria binti al-Marhum Sultan Husain Mu'azzam Shah [Tengku Andak] (d/o Tengku Prabhu).
4dw.net /royalark/Malaysia/johor5.htm   (1864 words)

  
 The Sadozai Shahs   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Objections to Ahmad Shah's heir-designate, his second son, Timur (1772-1793), were voiced even as the Shah lay ill in the hills to the east of Kandahar and erupted with violence on his death.
Shah Shuja (1803-1809) survived for a full six years but in 1809 he was defeated by Shah Mahmud, who had been rescued from the Bala Hissar by Fateh Khan.
Shah Mahmud and Kamran marched from Kandahar to the defense of Kabul with Fateh Khan in tow.
www.afghanan.net /afghanistan/sites/sadozai.htm   (1043 words)

  
 Bahamani Dynasty
Mujahid Shah was murdered on 17th of Zil-hij 779 AH by Masud Khan (son of Mubarak Khan) and Daud Khan.
Mahmud Gawan was one of the first ministers in Medieval India to order a systematic measurement of land, fixing the boundaries of villages and towns and making a thorough enquiry into the assessment of revenue.
The long reign of Mahmud Shah Bahmani, was a period of gradual weakening of the state.
www.indhistory.com /bahamani-dynasty.html   (2746 words)

  
 Articles - Durrani Empire   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
One of Ahmad Shah's first acts as chief was to adopt the title "Durr-i-Durrani" ("pearl of pearls" or "pearl of the age"), which may have come from a dream or from the pearl earrings worn by the royal guard of Nadir Shah.
After the death of Timur Shah, the three strongest contenders for the position of shah were Timur's sons, the governors of Kandahar, Herat, and Kabul.
Zaman Shah, governor of Kabul, was in the most commanding position and became shah at the age of twenty-three.
www.lastring.com /articles/Durrani_Empire   (1740 words)

  
 c. Afghanistan. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Shoja Shah met at Peshawar with the British representative, Mountstuart Elphinstone, to negotiate a joint defense against the threat of a combined invasion of India by Napoleon and Alexander I of Russia.
Mahmud withdrew to Herat, which he ruled until his death in 1829.
Shah Shoja was assassinated, and Dost Muhammad returned to power in Kabul.
www.bartleby.com /67/1354.html   (588 words)

  
 Afghanistan Country Study
From the death of Nadir Shah in 1747 until the communist coup of April 1978, Afghanistan was governed-at least nominally-by Pashtun rulers of the Abdali tribe.
When Nadir Shah, who had become vicious and capricious in his later years, was killed by a group of dissident officers, Ahmad and some 4,000 of his cavalrymen escaped with the treasury Nadir Shah always carried with him for payments and bribes en route.
Ahmad Shah's successors were not so wise, and the nation he had built almost collapsed because of their misrule and the intratribal rivalry that they could not manage.
www.gl.iit.edu /govdocs/afghanistan/AhmedShahDurranni.html   (4715 words)

  
 safawi5
1694 - 1722 H.M. Zill-u'llah 'Abu'l Muzaffar Sultan Husain Shah, Shahanshah of Persia.
1750 - 1752 H.M. Zill-u'llah Muhammad Husain Shah III, Shahanshah of Persia.
1750 and 1752-1761 H.M. Zill-u'llah Ismail Shah III, Shahanshah of Persia.
4dw.net /royalark/Persia/safawi5.htm   (1919 words)

  
 Warisan Khazanah Riau - Pages Torn From History   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Adapoen diperhamba adalah toeroenan dari Sultan terseboet (Sultan Machoed Riajat Shah) yang memperboeat korte verklaring dengan Pamarentah Hindia-Nederland (Korte verklaring tanggal 10 november 1784) dengan berdjalan baik selandjoetnja, hingga Sultan Moehamad Muadzam Shah (taon 1841).
Sultan Mahmud Mudzafar Shah was dethroned by the Netherland Government in 1857 (A.H. 1274) and he was succeded by his uncle Tungku Sulaiman (Tungku Muda) as Sultan Sulaiman Badarulaam Shah.
Tungku Mahmud and Tungku Hussain or on one of their sons who were Malays and not a descendant of Yang di-Pertuan Muda who was Bugis.
www.riaulingga.com /heritage   (3584 words)

  
 Mahmud Shah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
There are at least two significant Mahmud Shahs.
For the Sultan of Malacca from 1488-1511 see Mahmud Shah (Sultan of Malacca)
For the ruler of Afghanistan between 1801-1803 and 1809-1818 see Mahmud Shah (ruler of Afghanistan)
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mahmud_Shah   (101 words)

  
 Miscellenous ancient coins
Shah Suri's successors lacked his administrative skill, and quarrelled over the domains of his empire.
Hoshang Shah's son Ghazni Khan ruled for only a year, and was suceeded by Sultan Mahmud Khalji (1436-1469), first of the Khalji sultans of Malwa, who expanded the state to include portions of Gujarat, Rajasthan, and the Deccan.
Shah II Scarce silver 1/2 tanka of Mahmud Shah II (1510-1530), Sultan of Malwa, 17mm, 5.3g
www.ancientcoins.ca /india4.html   (3379 words)

  
 13th Century Islamic History
1202: Death of the Ghurid Sultan Ghias ud Din; accession of Mahmud.
Death of Qutb ud Din Aibak, accession of Aram Shah in India.
1246: Death of the Delhi Sultan Ala ud Din Masud Shah, accession of Nasir ud Din Mahmud Shah.
www.angelfire.com /ak4/Archive1/13Century.html   (924 words)

  
 [ Afghan Elections 2004-2005 ]
1772-1793 -- Timur Shah Durrani inherits his father's empire, however, the main source of the imperial income in India is challenged by the British presence there, forcing Timur Shah to impose higher taxes and stricter central rule.
Intertribal conflict prompts Timur Shah to move his capital from the Pashtun city of Kandahar to the ethnically heterogeneous Kabul.
British forces invade Afghanistan, ousting Dost Mohammad and installing as ruler in Kabul the former Saduza'i monarch, with disastrous consequences as the puppet ruler along with the entire British army is killed by the Afghans.
www.azadiradio.org /en/specials/elections/historical-chronology.asp   (2041 words)

  
 Articles - Shuja Shah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
A son of Timur Shah of the Durrani dynasty.
He was deposed by his predecessor Mahmud Shah in 1809 and went into exile.
In July, Shuja Shah was narrowly defeated at Kandahar by the Afghans under Dost Mahommed Khan and fled.
www.gaple.com /articles/Shoja_Shah   (357 words)

  
 Afghanistan Country Study
Zahir Shah, the last king of Afghanistan, was a patient man. For 30 of his 40 years on the throne he accepted the tutelege of powerful advisers in the royal family-his uncles for the first 20 years and his cousin, Mohammad Daoud Khan, for another 10 years.
Shortly after the end of the war, Shah Mahmud replaced his older brother as prime minister, ushering in a period of great change in both the internal and external politics of Afghanistan.
The stability Zahir Shah had sought through limited democracy under a constitution had not been achieved, and there was a generally favorable popular response to the reemergence of Daoud, even though it meant the demise of the monarchy established by Ahmad Shah Durrani in 1747.
www.gl.iit.edu /govdocs/afghanistan/KingMuhammadZahirShah.html   (5944 words)

  
 Afghanistan Online: Biography (Mohammad Zahir Shah)
Despite the fact that Mohammad Zahir was the king, his uncles (Mohammad Hashim, and Shah Mahmud) were the ones ruling the country for many years.
In July of 1973, while he was out of the country, his cousin Daoud Khan overthrew him; Zahir Shah decided instead to live in exile (Italy) for decades instead of regaining his throne.
There is evidence to suggest that Zahir Shah actually had previous warning of the impending coup and perhaps left to avoid death.
www.afghan-web.com /bios/today/zahirshah.html   (214 words)

  
 13th Century (1200-1299) C.E.
Death of the Khawarzam Shah Ala ud Din, accession of Jalal ud Din Mangbarni.
Death of Bahram Shah, accession of Ala ud Din Masud Shah as Delhi Sultan.
Death of the Delhi Sultan Ala ud Din Masud Shah, accession of Nasir ud Din Mahmud Shah.
www.usc.edu /dept/MSA/history/chronology/century13.html   (891 words)

  
 Sultans & Nawabs
Ahmad Shah built his capital Ahmadabad and the long reigning sultan Mahmud Shah expanded territory into Saurashtra and created a sultanate that would last well until the seventeenth century.
During Shah Jahan’s rule, Aurangzeb who was the governor of Deccan took Hyderabad and besieged the Golconda fort.
Aurangzeb was asked to cease hostilities by Shah Jahan on the advice of his first and favorite son Dara Shikoh.
www.indialife.com /History/sult_naw.htm   (1009 words)

  
 Afghanistan - MOHAMMAD ZAHIR SHAH, 1933-73   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Three of the four Musahiban brothers survived Nadir Shah's death, and went on to exercise decisive influence over decision making during Zahir Shah's first twenty years of reign.
Shortly before the end of the war, Shah Mahmud replaced his older brother as prime minister, ushering in a period of great change in both internal and external policies.
This issue would have a resounding impact on Afghan politics, as would Shah Mahmud's political liberalization of the country.
countrystudies.us /afghanistan/22.htm   (416 words)

  
 Introduction to World Statesmen
All the rulers belong to the Abdali tribal group, whose name was changed to Dorrani on the accession of Ahmad Shah.
They belong either to the Saddozay segment of the Popalzay clan (typically with the style padshah [king]) or to the Mohammadzay segment of the Barakzay clan (typically with the style amir, in full Amir al-Mo´menin [Leader of the Faithful], which is also the style of the current Taliban leader).
Shah (Persian): A King, the ruler of a State.
www.worldstatesmen.org /INTRO.html   (4597 words)

  
 History of Afghanistan - The History Beat
Although it was the scene of great empires and flourishing trade for over two millennia, the area's heterogeneous groups were not bound into a single political entity until the reign of Ahmad Shah Durrani, who in 1747 founded the monarchy that ruled the country until 1973.
He was assassinated in 1933 and his son Mohammed Zahir Shah ascended to the throne.
Until 1946 Zahir Shah ruled with the assistance of his uncle Mohammed Hashim, who held the post of Prime Minister and continued the policies of Nadir Shah.
history.searchbeat.com /afghanistan.htm   (4392 words)

  
 11th.-13th.Sultan of Perak   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-19)
Paduka Seri Sultan Mahmud Iskandar Shah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Muzzaffar Shah, born in 1641.
Raja of Bernam with the title of Sultan Muzzaffar Shah by his uncle and adopted fatheer,
Iskandar Zulkarnain Shah Kaharullah Ibni Almarhum Sultan Muhammad Shah
www.geocities.com /aizaris/sultan11.html   (201 words)

  
 Malaysian states
1811) 1811 - 6 Feb 1819 Abdul Rahman Muadzam Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Shah 6 Feb 1819 - 5 Sep 1835 Husain Muadzam Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Mahmud Shah (b.
1825) 1818 - 1825 Raja Tajuddin ibni Sultan Abdul Malik Mansur Shah (regent) 1825 - 20 Dec 1830 Abdullah Muadzam Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Abdul Malik Mansur Shah (b.
1778) Sultans 1766 - 1778 Tuanku Salahuddin Shah ibni al-Marhum Yamtuan Muda Daing Celak (= Raja Lumu) (s.a.) 1778 - 27 Oct 1826 Tuanku Ibrahim Shah ibni al-Marhum Sultan Salahuddin Shah (b.
rulers.org /malstat.html   (6567 words)

  
 Teachings of Hafiz
Shah Shudja seized his father while he was reading the Koran aloud with a poet of his court, and caused him to be blinded.
Shah Shudia was a man of like energy with his father, but it was an energy directed into different channels; the stern religious ardour of the elder man was changed into a spirit of frenzied dissipation in the younger.
Shah Shudja died in the odour of sanctity.
www.sacred-texts.com /isl/hafiz.htm   (16044 words)

  
 History of Iran: The Siege of Herat 1837-1838
Son of Fath Ali Shah, Father of Mohammed Shah.
Leader of a rebellion of Durrani tribesmen against Shah Shuja 1840-42.
Principal supporter and Vizier of Shah Mahmud until 1818.
www.iranchamber.com /history/articles/siege_of_herat13_appendix.php   (173 words)

  
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Dilavar Khan never assumed the royal title nor struck coins in his own name but was independent in all but name.
Qadir Shah (on behalf of Mahmud III of Gujarat
No coins known in Qadir Shah’s name - only in the name of Mahmud III of Gujarat.
www215.pair.com /sacoins/public_html/malwa_main.htm   (166 words)

  
 Countries Ab-Am
They belong either to the Saddozay segment of the Popalzay clan (typically with the style padshah [king]) or to the Mohammadzay segment of the Barakzay clan (typically with the style amir, in full Amir al-Mo´menin [Leader of the Faithful]).
1929) 21 Jan 1929 - 23 May 1929 Amanullah Shah (s.a.) (in rebellion, at Kandahar) 28 Jan 1929 - 29 Mar 1929 Sardar Ali Ahmad Khan (b.
1933) (in rebellion, at Khost) Kings¹ - Mohammadzay segment - 17 Oct 1929 - 8 Nov 1933 Mohammad Nadir Shah (s.a.) 8 Nov 1933 - 17 Jul 1973 Mohammad Zahir Shah (b.
www.rulers.org /rula1.html   (4046 words)

  
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Having established herself as a scholarly woman, she undertook the tutoring of the ladies in her brothers kingdom.
Besides her responsibility of teaching, Bibi Zainab gave her brother wise and prudent counsel in the affairs of his kingdom.When her brother, Shah Mahmud Hotak, died in Isfahan(IRAN) and the news of his death reached Kandahar, Bibi Zainab, composed the following heart-rendering elegy in memory of her brotherin 1723 A.D.:
The noble Mahmud is laid in the grave;
www.geocities.com /bormal/Zhotak.html   (330 words)

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