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 Shah Tahir Hussain Dakkani
Shah Tahir had four sons and three daughters, in which Shah Hyder was an elder being born in Iran, and rest in India, namely Shah Rafiuddin, Shah Abul Hasan and Shah Abu Talib.
Shah Tahir's brother Shah Jafar was also persecuted violently by the Safavids in Iran, who also came in India and attached with the administration of the state.
Abuzar Ali is said to have betrothed to Sabira Khatoon, the daughter of Shah Ismail, and was granted the title of Amir al-Umra (chief of the chiefs).
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 Decline of the Safavids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Shah Tahmasp II, the son of Shah Hussain ascended in 1134/1722 at Qazwin.
Shah Tahmasp II was the ruler of Qazwin and Mazandaran.
Shah Ismail (1500-1524) had established the Safavid empire in Iran in 905/1500, which came to an end in 1148/1736 after a rule of about 236 years, from the time of Imam Abuzar Ali (d.
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Shah e Khurasan, Syed Ali Ghawas, Al-Ma'roof Pir Baba Buneri RA is a very respected and revered figure amongst the Ulema and Mashaikh of the Frontier.
Syed Akbar Shah was a Khalifa of Pir Baba Buneri RA.
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 Kamat's Potpourri: The History of Bijapur The Adil Shahi Kingdom
Yusuf Adil Shah was the son of Murad II, the Sultan of Turkey.
Ismail Adil Shah thus became the king of Bijapur, which till then was a province of Bahamani kingdom.
Adil Shah II played the Sitar and Ud and Ismail was a composer.
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 Baxter's EduNET - Time Machine
After many decades of foreign rule, the Persian Empire rose yet again under Shah Ismail, founder of the Safavid dynasty, crowned in 1502 in the city of Tabriz.
Shah Abbas I (1587-1629) proved to be a decisive ruler, the first of the Safavid shahs to establish Persia as a homogeneous state, enforcing, often brutally, adherence to Shi'ism, and imposing Farsi (Persian) as a unifying language throughout the land.
He in turn was followed by his ten-year old son, Shah Abbas II (1642-1666), who was initially brought up very strictly by his austere and religious ministers.
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 The Islamic World to 1600: The Rise of the Great Islamic Empires (The Safavid Empire)
Ismail was a sixth generation descendant of Sheikh Safi, and he enjoyed widespread support in the Safavid order.
As a child, Ismail had been tutored by a Shi'ite, the first recorded instance of a leader of the Safavid order being exposed to Shi'ism at such an early age.
Ismail finally defeated the Aq-Qoyunlu in 1501 and proclaimed Tabriz, in northwestern Persia, the new Safavid capital.
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 Safavid — FactMonster.com
Shah Abbas II (1642–66) attempted to eliminate bureaucratic corruption, and gained a peace, largely due to the military exhaustion of Iran's neighbors.
Shah Husayn (1694–1722) devoted his energy to reconquering the island of Bahrayn, ignoring the opposition centered in Afghanistan.
Ismail, shah of Persia - Ismail, 1486–1524, shah of Persia (1502–24), founder of the Safavid dynasty.
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Hazrat Shah Waliullah was born in Delhi on the 21 st of February 1703 A.D. His father, Shah Abdur Rahman was a great scholar and a mystic.
The third son of Shah Sahib was Shah Abdul Qadir who was born in 1162 AH and died in 1230 AH.
His son Shah Ismail Shaheed was a unique personality who had combined in himself all virtues of scholarly and mystical personalities.
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 a journalist from Iran
Shah Ismail(I) is known as the first person who declared Iranian "nation" in the history of
At first, the military coup seemed to fail, and the shah left the country.
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 Amerika, Amerika'da Yasam ve Egitim - MezunUSA.com
At the time when Shah Ismail established the Turkish political union in Iran, a great part of the Indian subcontinent was also united under Turkish rule.
Shah Ismail's army was seriously defeated at the Battle of Çaldiran in 1514.
Shah Ismail and the other members of the dynasty were known for their love of art.
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 SHAH TAHMASB   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
He was the son of Shah Ismail I. He was sent to Horasan after the Caldiran War.
Shah Tahmasb marched through Baghdad after he had won the first war against the Uzbeks, in 1528.
Shah Tahmasb did not destroy the peace until his death.
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 Ismail I - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shah Ismail I, the founder of Safavid Dynasty of Iran.
In 1501, Ismā'il I proclaimed himself Shah, choosing Tabriz, in Iran's northernmost province of Azerbaijan, as his capital.
In 1514, Selim I, the Sunni Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, attacked Ismā'il's kingdom to stop the spread of Shiism into Ottoman dominions.
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 C@SE - Faculty (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Shah is a Senior Member Technical at CARE and one of the Ph.D. supervisors at CASE.
Shah is currently a part of CARE team and working as Senior Member Technical and is leading the team on high data rate modem design.
Shah, L.F. Chaparro and A. El-Jaroudi, Properties of Evolutionary Maximum Entropy Spectral Estimator, Seventh SP Workshop on Statistical Signal and Array Processing, Quebec City, Canada, pp.258-258, June 1994.
www.case.edu.pk.cob-web.org:8888 /Faculty/profiles/drismail.htm   (1092 words)

  
 Die Saffawiden
In einem selbstlosen Angriff zerstört Shah Ismail an der Spitze seiner Qezelbash (die iranische Elitekavallerie) die osmanische Artillerie (die einst stärkste der Welt).
Das Bild zeigt Shah Ismail in der Schlacht von Tschaldiran (1514).
Selbst der Mogul Kaiser, der in vielfacher Schuld der Saffawiden steht, ignoriert den Hilferuf, was später unter anderem der Vorwand zum iranisch-indischen Krieg liefern sollte.
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 Iranian monarchy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Shah was the hereditary ruler, though the title, when used by Westerners today, generally refers to Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the last Shahanshah.
The modern Iranian monarchy was established in 1501 after the Safavid dynasty came to power under Shah Ismail I, and ended the so-called "fourth era" of political fragmentation.
After the fall of the Qajar dynasty at that time, Reza Shah, a soldier, came to power and declared himself the new shah.
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 Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Almarhum Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Zainal Abidin III (born 1907 in Kuala Terengganu) was the fourth Yang di-Pertuan Agong (roughly equivalent to King) of Malaysia, and the sixteenth Sultan of Terengganu.
The third surviving son of Sultan Zainal Abidin III ibni Almarhum Sultan Ahmad II (reigned 1881-1918), his mother was a Thai Muslim convert, Cik Maimunah binti Abdullah.
Educated at the Malay College Kuala Kangsar (MCKK), he served his two elder half-brothers as their aide de camp, before succeeding his deposed nephew, Sultan Ali Shah of Terengganu, in 1945 as the sixteenth Sultan of Terengganu.
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 The genealogical tree of Shahzada Ismail Mirza Shah Ismail II (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Shahzada Sultan Muran Mirza Shah Muhammad Khuda Banda
Shahzada Ismail Mirza Shah Ismail II Born: 1533
1576 - 1577 H.M. Shah Ismail II, Shahanshah of Persia.
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 Die Saffawiden (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.cs.unc.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Als noch am dritten Tag der Shah, schwer verletzt, zum letzten Angriff übergeht, halten ihn seine Soldaten zurück.
Dem Ismail folgt sein elfjähriger Sohn, Shah Tahmaseb.
So richtet sich das Augenmerk des Shahs auf diese verwundbare Ostflanke.
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 Chronology of World History: Military (II)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
1500 Ismail Safavid captures Tabriz, and becomes Shah Ismail I, starting Safavid dynasty.
1514 Ottoman army defeats Shah Ismail I (Safavid)'s army at Chaldiran near Tabriz.
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