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Posted 04 October 2010 - 01:30 PM

Shams ad-Din I Shah Mirza Swati........................1339 - 1342
Shah Mirza was an adventurer from Swat. He became a minister to the above ruling Hindu ruler and eventually succeeded in usurping the throne, adopting the title Shams al-Din Shah. His reign lasted three years and he was followed in turn by each of his four sons mentioned below.
Jamshid S/o Shah Mirza.................................1342 - 1343
Ali Shah Aladdin S/o Shah Mirza........................1343 - 1354
Shirashamak Shihab ad-Din S/o Shah Mirza...............1354 - 1373
Qutb ad-Din Hindal S/o Shah Mirza......................1373 - 1389
Sikandar [Butshikan] the Iconoclast S/o Hindal.........1389 - 1413
After Hindal's death, his widow placed their young son Sikandar on the throne. No coins are known for any of these early Swati Sultans. Although there are no coins known struck in the name of this Sikandar, there are various anonymous copper coins dated to his reign. Therefore to his reign the first coins of the Kashmir Sultanate are attributed. He is known as Iconoclast and is reputed to have destroyed Hindu temples and images. Such bronze images my well have been converted into coinage. Sikandar died and was succeeded by his eldest son with the title Ali Shah.
Ali Shah I S/o Sikandar................................1413 - 1420
Zain al-Abidin S/o Sikandar............................1420 - 1470
Ali Shah was defeated in battle by his brother Shahi Khan and disappears from history. Shahi Khan ascended the throne under the title Zain al-Abidin and proceeded to rule wisely and with justice for the next fifty years. Unlike his predecessor, he was tolerant of the Hindu religion and permitted its observance. He under toll various public works, promoted learning and made Persian the language of his court. He reformed the coinage striking coins in gold, silver and bronze. With a couple of exceptions, his coins formed the pattern for the sultanate Delhi's coinage until its ending the Mughal emperor Akbar. Sasnu as silver square and Kaserah as copper round coins were introduced of weight around six gram each in his reign. Zain al-Abidin's health deteriorated and his realm fell prey to the intrigues of his three sons and their supporters. After his death his son, Haji Khan, ascended the throne with the title Haidar Shah.
Haidar Shah S/o Zain al-Abidin.........................1470 - 1472
Haidar turned out to be worthless drunkard, who allowed the country to be misgoverned by his ministers, thus undoing all the good work of his father. His reign lasted but a couple of years and he was succeeded by his son Hasan.
Hasan Shah S/o Haidar Shah.............................1472 - 1484
He, too, though a scholar and benevolent by nature, was also addicted to strong drink. He appointed a Sayyid minister, which led Sayyids becoming all-powerful in the sultanate. Hasan wanted to be succeeded by his cousin, Fath Khan, rather than by his eldest son Muhammad, but when he died, his minister, the Sayyid Mirak Hasan Baihaqi, placed Muhammad Shah on the throne. The Sayyids were not popular in Kashmir and Muhammad Shah's accession was hotly contested. For the next fifty years, Muhammad Shah and Fath Shah became pawns of the factional leaders, the Sayyids and the Chaks.
Muhammad Shah S/o Hasan Shah (1st time).......................1484 d. 1537
Sayyid Mirak Hasan Baihaqi.............................1484 - 1485
Fath Shah (1st time)...................................1486 - 1493 d. 1516
Muhammad Shah S/o Hasan Shah (2nd time)................1493 - 1505 d. 1537
Fath Shah (2nd time)...................................1505 - 1514 d. 1516
Mohammad Shah S/o Hasan Shah (3rd time)................1514 - 1515 d. 1537
Fath Shah (3rd time)...................................1515 - 1516
Muhammed Shah S/o Hasan Shah (4th time)................1516 - 1528 d. 1537
Coins in all three metal exists in the name of Sikandar Shah. In the past these coins have been attributed to earlier Sikandar Shah. Die studies reveal, however that these coins must have been struck some time around 1516-1521 CE, either in the name of Fath Shah's son Sikandar Khan, who was proclaimed king in about 1521 by his father's erstwhile supporters, or in the name of Sikandar Lodhi of Delhi. Muhammad Shah had gone into exile to Delhi in 1516 and had appealed to the Lodhi ruler for assistance to regain his throne. Assistance was granted and Muhammad managed to oust his competitor. In return of this assistance Muhammad may have agreed to acknowledge the suzerainty of Delhi and to strike coins in the name of the Delhi ruler. In 1528, Kaji Chak became Prime Minister, removed Muhammad Shah from the throne and placed his own son Ibrahim on the throne.
Ibrahim Shah I S/o Kaji Chak...........................1528 - 1529
Nazuk (Nadir) Shah S/o Fath Shah (1st time)............1529 - 1530 d. 1552
Within a year of Ibrahim Shah's rule, Nazuk Shah got control and ruled for about a year as well.
Muhammad Shah S/o Hasan Shah (5th time)................1530 - 1537
Muhammad Shah was released from prison and enthroned for the fifth time, with Nazuk Shah being relegated to heir apparent. At around this time, Kashmir was invaded by a Mughal army on the orders of Kamran. After a short occupation, the Mughals were ousted but in 1553, the country was again invaded, this time by a Kashghari army under Mirza Haidar Dughlat. The Kashgharis were successful but did not stay long. They negotiated a treaty and withdrew, having first had the name of their Khan, Mir Said Khan of Kashghar, read out in the khutba and struck on the coins of Kashmir around AH 939/940 (1553 CE). Muhammad Shah eventually died and was succeeded by his son.
Shams Al-Din II S/o Muhammad Shah......................1537 - 1538
He ruled as a puppet of his maternal grandfather, Kaji Chak. He did not enjoy his position for very long as he died the following year to be followed on the throne by his brother.
Ismail Shah I S/o Muhammad Shah........................1538 - 1539
After a short reign Ismail Shah was replaced by his son.
Ibrahim Shah II S/o Ismail Shah I......................1539 - 1540
No silver coins have been found of Ibrahim II but copper coins have been struck in his name with fixed date, making it impossible to distinguish between his coins and those of Ibrahim I. Ibrahim Shah I was replaced by Nazuk Shah. The opponents of Kaji Chak has invited Mirza Haidar, who had led the Kashghari invasion of 1553, and who was serving the Mughal emperor, Humayun, in the Punjab, to take control of the country. This objected was achieved, Kaji Chak was defeated and Nazuk put on the throne. Strangely, on his coins he is called Nadir Shah and not Nazuk Shah.
Nazuk (Nadir) Shah S/o Fath Shah (2nd time)............1540 - 1546 opposed by...
Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat..........................1546 - 1550
Coins struck during Mirza Haidar's reign bear the name of the Mughal emperor Muhammad Humayun and Islam Shah Suri.
Nazuk (Nadir) Shah S/o Fath Shah (3rd time)............1550 - 1551
Nazuk Shah was again removed and replaced this time by Ibrahim II, for his second reign.
Ibrahim Shah II S/o Ismail Shah I......................1552 - 1555
There was dissent among the Chaks and Ghazi Chak managed to regain power, installing firstly Ismail Shah II and then his nephew, Habib Shah as ruler.
Ismail Shah II.........................................1555 - 1557
Habib (Mahmud) Shah....................................1557 - 1561
He used the name Mahmud Shah on his coins for unknown reason. Ghazi Chak decided to ascend the throne himself under the title of Muhammad Ghazi Shah.
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Posted 04 October 2010 - 06:44 PM

is there any website/forum for the tajiks of paksitan? i know one site for wakhi tajiks, but any other one? or do the gabars have any society?
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Posted 16 October 2010 - 01:25 PM

View PostSohrab, on 05 October 2010 - 12:44 AM, said:

is there any website/forum for the tajiks of paksitan? i know one site for wakhi tajiks, but any other one? or do the gabars have any society?


bro gabaris are strong people like i told you before dont know about internet but we do have two MNAs and 8 MPAs many army generals and federal sectretaries.
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