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  Muhammad of Ghor Information
Muhammad was the brother of the Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Muhammad of Ghor, a region of what is now a province in Afghanistan.
Ghor lay on the western boundary of the Ghaznevid empire.
Muhammad's former territory in Afghanistan was conquered by the Mongols.
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  Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Muhammad of Ghor
Muhammad was the brother of the Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Muhammad of Ghor (province in modern Afghanistan).
In 1160, the Ghorids conquered Ghazni from the Ghaznavids, and in 1173 Muhammad became governor of the province.
Muhammad's former territory in Afghanistan was conquered by the Mongols.
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  Muhammad of Ghor - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Muhammad was the brother of the Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Muhammad of Ghor, a region of what is now a province in Afghanistan.
Ghor lay on the western boundary of the Ghaznevid empire.
Muhammad's former territory in Afghanistan was conquered by the Mongols.
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 Muhammad of Ghor: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
A brother of the sultan of Ghor, he was made governor of Ghazni in 1173 and from there launched a series of invasions of India.
Early in the reign of Muhammad Tughluq, founder of the Tughluq dynasty (1325 98...
He resisted the incursions of the Afghans led by Muhammad of Ghor, but in 1192 at the second battle of Taraori his army was routed and he himself killed.
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 Muhammad of Ghor help - Wiki at Help.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Muhammad was the brother of the Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Muhammad of Ghor (province in modern Afghanistan).
In 1160, the Ghorids conquered Ghazni from the Ghaznavids, and in 1173 Muhammad became governor of the province.
Muhammad Ghori conducted massacres of Hindus, at Koi (modern Aligarh), according to Hasan Nizami's Taj-ul-Maasir, 20,000 Hindu prisoners were killed who refused to convert to Islam and 20,000 prisoners were taken and made slaves.
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 math lessons - Muhammad of Ghor
Muhammad of Ghor or Muhammad Ghori (originally named Mu'izz-ad-din) (1162 - 1206) was a Persian conqueror and sultan between 1171 and 1206.
Muhammad was from the region of Ghor in central Afghanistan.
Muhammad returned east to Ghazni to deal with the threat to his eastern frontiers from the Turks and Mongols, but his armies, mostly under Turkish generals, continued to advance through northern India, raiding as far east as Bengal.
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 Muhammad of Ghor information - Search.com
Muhammad was the brother of the Sultan of Ghor, a region of what is now central Afghanistan.
Muhammad Ghauri returned east to Ghazni to deal with the threat to his western frontiers from the Turks and Mongols, but his armies, mostly under Turkish generals, continued to advance through northern India, raiding as far east as Bengal.
The tomb of Pir Sultan Muhammad Ghori is located at Dera Ghazi Khan, currently a part of Pakistan.
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Muhammad was the brother of the Sultan Ghiyas-ud-din Muhammad of Ghor (province in modern Afghanistan).
Muhammad Ghori conducted massacres of Hindus, at Koi (modern Aligarh), according to Hasan Nizami's Taj-ul-Maasir, 20,000 Hindu prisoners were killed who refused to convert to Islam and 20,000 prisoners were taken and made slaves.
Muhammad's former territory in Afghanistan was conquered by the Mongols.
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 The Terror That Came from Afghanistan by Neria Harish Hebbar, MD
Muhammad in his earlier attempts had a great setback when he tried to imitate the crossing of Thar Desert and assault on Gujarat by Muhammad of Ghazni.
Muhammad arranged a fake truce and while the Rajputs were celebrating, thinking that they had won again, the Ghorid sultan double crossed the Hindus and massacred them in a surprise attack.
The seemingly insatiable Muhammad bequeathed the control of the land he had gained to be ruled by his subordinates, the first of whom was his slave who had fought beside him.
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 Muhammad of Ghor -   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Muhammad was from the region of Ghor in what is now central Afghanistan, which lay on the western boundary of the Ghaznevid empire.
Muhammad returned east to Ghazni to deal with the threat to his western frontiers from the Turks and Mongols, but his armies, mostly under Turkish generals, continued to advance through northern India, raiding as far east as Bengal.
Muhammad's former territory in Afghanistan was conquered by the Mongols.There is a conflict about his death.It is also supposed that he was killed by khokhar on the bank of Indus river near to D.G.Khan.There is his tomb which is famous of tomb pir muhammad Ghuarifr:Muhammad Ghûrî
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 Muhammad of Ghor at AllExperts
Muhammad returned to Lahore after 1200 to deal with a revolt of the Gakhar tribe in the Punjab.
Upon his death, Qutb-ud-din Aybak, Muhammad Ghauri's most capable general, took control of Muhammad's Indian conquests and declared himself the first Sultan of Delhi.
The tomb of Pir Sultan Muhammad Ghauri is located at Punjab, Pakistan.
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 Ghor
Ghor or Ghowr (Pashto: د غور ولايت Persian: غور) is one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan.
Ghor, which was part of Persia for many centuries in the past history, was one of the regions which participated in the Persian Cultural Revival after the Arab invasion of Persia.
Ghor was also the centre of the Ghurid dynasty in the 12th and 13th century.
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 Finance Choices - Personal Finance Wiki
Muhammad Ghori was a Perso-Afghan conqueror from the region of Ghor in Afghanistan.
Muhammad returned east to Ghazni to deal with the threat to his eastern frontiers from the Turks and Mongols, but his armies, mostly under Turkish generals, continued to advance through northern India, raiding as far east as Bengal.
Muhammad's successors established the first dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, while the Mamluk Dynasty (mamluk means "slave" and referred to the Turkic slave soldiers who became rulers throughout the Islamic world) in 1211 (however, the Delhi Sultanate is traditionally held to have been founded in 1206) seized the reins of empire.
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 First Battle of Tarain at AllExperts
The battle pitted the armies of Muhammad of Ghor, conqueror of the Ghaznevid Kingdom of northwestern India, against the armies of Prithviraj III, a handsome Rajput of the Chauhan clan who ruled the most powerful kingdom in northern India.
Muhammad's conquests had brought his kingdom right to the border of Prithviraj's, and in 1191 Muhammad captured a fortress, either Sirhind or Bathinda in present-day Punjab state, on Prithviraj's northwestern frontier.
Muhammad was wounded and retreated from the field, and his army, fearing their leader dead, broke off in retreat.
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 Pakistan
This period saw the country advance in trade and culture to a level where the Gandhara region and the city of Taxila (Takshashila) became a major centre of learning and development.
Muhammad Ali Jinnah espoused the cause and lead the Muslim League to adopt the Lahore Resolution of 1940, which resulted in the partition of India.
General Zia was killed in a plane crash in 1988, after which Benazir Bhutto, daughter of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, was elected as the Prime Minister of Pakistan.
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 The Sultanates of Delhi by Neria Harish Hebbar, MD
Muhammad of Ghor was slain by a vengeful group of enemies called the Ghakkars of Panjab while he was sleeping at night in one of his many campaigns to secure his borders.
He was the most trusted one in the cabal of Muhammad of Ghor and was named as the sultan of Delhi.
Between Muhammad and Aibak, a total of thousand idols in temples were destroyed and rededicated to Allah.
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 Ghor Province - Japan
Ghor or Ghowr (Pashto: د غور ولايت Persian: غور) is; one of the thirty-four provinces of Afghanistan.
Ghor, which was part of Persia for many centuries in the past history, was one of the regions which participated in the Persian Cultural Revival after the Arab invasion of Persia.
Ghor was also the centre of the Ghurid dynasty in the 12th and 13th century.
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 Ghor Information - Online Prescription Medication Directory   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ghor, which was part of Persia for many centuries in the past history, was one of the regions which participated in the Persian Cultural Revival after the Arab invasion of Persia.
The name Ghor is a dialectal version of the Middle-Persian word gar meaning mountain.
Ghor was also the centre of the Ghurid dynasty in the 12th and 13th century.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Sultanate of Delhi
During the last quarter of the twelfth century, Muhammad of Ghor invaded the Indo-Gangetic plain, conquering in succession Ghazni, Multan, Sindh, Lahore, and Delhi.
The Khilji or Khalji dynasty, who had established themselves as rulers of Bengal in the time of Muhammad Ghori, took control of the empire in a coup which eliminated the last of the Mamluks.
Jackson, "The Mongols and the Delhi Sultanate in the Reign of Muhammad Tughluq (1324-1351)," Central Asiatic Journal 19, 1975, pp.
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 The Mewar Encyclopaedia: A
A Turkish slave, he was commander of Muhammad of Ghor's conquering army that defeated a Rajput confederacy led by Prithviraj III of Ajmer and Maharana MATHAN SINGH of Mewar at the BATTLE OF TARAIN (1192).
When Muhammad of Ghor went to fight other battles, he left Qutub-ud-Din Aibak as his viceroy in charge of Delhi (and all Hindustan).
Muhammad was subsequently killed and, as he had no son to succeed him, Aibak founded the dynasty, which introduced Islamic rule to North India.
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 Ghazni — Infoplease.com
The kings of Ghor sacked Ghazni in 1149 but later (1173) made it their secondary capital.
Ogotai, a son of Jenghiz Khan, completed its downfall in 1221; Mahmud's tomb and two high columns outside the city escaped destruction.
Muhammad of Ghor - Muhammad of Ghor Muhammad of Ghor, d.
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 Pakistan - ISLAM IN INDIA
The Umayyad caliph in Damascus sent an expedition to Balochistan and Sindh in 711 led by Muhammad bin Qasim (for whom Karachi's second port is named).
During the last quarter of the twelfth century, Muhammad of Ghor invaded the Indo-Gangetic Plain, conquering in succession Ghazni, Multan, Sindh, Lahore, and Delhi.
His successors established the first dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, the Mamluk Dynasty (mamluk means "slave") in 1211 (however, the Delhi Sultanate is traditionally held to have been founded in 1206).
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Ali Muhammad Nasir Muhammad Said is held in extrajudicial detention in the United States Guantanamo Bay detainment camps, in Cuba.
Muhammad Nasir-al-din (disambig) Muhammad Nasir-al-din may be referring to: Muhammad Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee Nasir al-Din Tusi This disambiguation.
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 Pakistan Islam in India   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Umayyad caliph in Damascus sent an expedition to Balochistan and Sindh in 711 led by Muhammad bin Qasim (for whom Karachi's second port is named).
His successors established the first dynasty of the Delhi Sultanate, the Mamluk Dynasty (mamluk means "slave") in 1211 (however, the Delhi Sultanate is traditionally held to have been founded in 1206).
The sultanate suffered from the sacking of Delhi in 1398 by Timur (Tamerlane) but revived briefly under the Lodhis before it was conquered by the Mughals.
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 Islam in India - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
In the 8th century, the province of Sindh(Pakistan) was conquered by Syrian Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim.
Muhammad Ashfaq Ullah Khan of Shahjehanpur who conspired and looted the British treasury at Kakori (Lucknow) to cripple the administration, when asked for his last will, before execution, desired: No desire is left except one that some one may put a little soil of my motherland in my winding sheet.
However, Muslims such as Muhammad Ali Jinnah, Maulana Shaukat Ali, Maulana Mohammad Ali, and Huseyn Shaheed Suhrawardy led the Muslim League party to desire a segregated Islamic Republic of Pakistan.
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 Islam in India, Muslims in India
In the 8th century, the province of Sindh was conquered by Syrian Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim.
A more successful invasion came at the end of the 12th century by the Muhammad of Ghor.
Muhammad Ashfaq Ullah Khan of Shahjehanpur who conspired and looted the British treasury at Kakori (Lucknow) to cripple the administration and who, when asked for his last will, before execution, desired: No desire is left except one that some one may put a little soil of my motherland in my winding sheet.
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 Delhi Sultanate - Conservapedia
Its creation owed much to the campaigns of Muhammad of Ghur and his lieutenant Qutb al-Din Aybak between 1175 and 1206.
Early in the reign of Muhammad Tughluq, founder of the Tughluq dynasty (1325–98), the power of Delhi was acknowledged even in the extreme S of India.
His eccentric rule and ferocious temperament provoked a series of revolts, notably that of the Hindu Vijayanagar kingdom in the south, and a steady loss of territory; by his death (1351) the Hindu south had recovered its independence and the Deccan had become a separate Muslim state, the Bahmani kingdom.
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 Mythos versus Logos or why do men believe that a logical and rational universe denies the truth of intuition and the ...
The unity of the Karakhanid empire was fractured by constant internal warfare and later served the dual suzerainty of both the Kara-Khitan empire to the north and the Seljuk empire to the south.
Muhammad of Ghor occupied Uch, Multan, Peshawar, Lahore, and Delhi.
Nur Muhammad Taraki, Secretary General of the People's Democratic Party of Afghanistan, became President of the Revolutionary Council and Prime Minister of the newly established Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, strongly supported by the USSR.
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