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A History of Sind-Vol II

A History of Sind-Vol II



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A continuation of the History of Sind Vol-I. Also,pls read the Chachnama if you are interested.
A continuation of the History of Sind Vol-I. Also,pls read the Chachnama if you are interested.

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CONTENTS.Page.Title PagePreface iIntroduction vErrata xiiiPART I.Chapter I.—Khalífahs or successors of Muhammad 1Chapter II.—Ghazní, Ghórí and Khiljí kings of Dehlí and their lieutenants inSind 7Chapter III.—Taghlak kings of Dehlí, and their lieutenants in Sind 17Chapter IV.—Sind Tribes, descended from the Arabs 28Chapter V.—Rise and Fall of the Súmrahs in Sind 34Chapter VI.—The Sammah Dynasty in Sind 41Chapter VII.—The Arghún Dynasty 54Chapter VIII.—The reigns of Jám Feróz Sammah and Mirzá Sháh BegArghún 64Chapter IX.—The reign of Mírzá Sháh Hasan son of Sháh Beg Arghún 71Chapter X.—The reign of Mirzá Sháh Hasan (continued) 80Chapter XI.—The Tarkhán Dynasty in Sind; the reign of Mirzá Ísá Tarkhán 93Chapter XII.—The reign of Mirzá Muhammad Bákí Tarkhán 98Chapter XIII.—The reign of Mirzá Jání Beg Tarkhán 103Chapter XIV.—The reign of Mirzá Ghází Beg Tarkhán 114Chapter XV.—The Súbahdárs or Governors sent by the Emperors of Dehlí126PART II.Chapter I.—Origin and ancestry of the Kalhórabs or Abbásís 135Chapter II.—Mián Sháhal Muhammad and Mián Nasír Muhammad 137Chapter III.—Mián Dín Muhammad and Mián Yár Muhammad 140Chapter IV.—The rule of Mián Núr Muhammad in Sind 145
Chapter V.—The rule of Mián Muhammad Murádyáb Khán 153Chapter VI.—The rule of Mián Muhammad Atur Khán 156Chapter VII.—The rule of Mián Ghulám Sháh 161Chapter VIII.—The rule of Mián Muhammad Sarafráz Khán 164Chapter IX.—The rule of Mián Ghulám Nabí Khán 170Chapter X.—The rule of Mián Abdunnabí Khán 174Chapter XI.—The rule of Mian Sádik Alí Khán 181Chapter XII.—The rule of Mián Abdunnabí, again 191Chapter XIII.—The ascendency of Mír Fateh Alí Khán, Talpur 195Chapter XIV.—The rule of Mír Fateh Ali Khán 202Chapter XV.—The rule of Mír Ghulam Ali Khán 208Chapter XVI.—The rule of Mír Karam Alí Khán 212Chapter XVII.—The rule of Mír Murád Alí Khán 219Chapter XVIII.—The rule of Mír Núr Muhammad Khán 221Chapter XIX.—The rule of Mír Muhammad Nasír Khán 227Chapter XX.—Mírs as prisoners 236Appendix I—Extracts—A—Extracts from the Blue Book of the British Parliament 241B—Extracts from Dr. James Burnes’ “Visit to the Court of Sind” 277C—Extracts from Outram’s Commentary on Napier’s “Conquest of Sind” 282Appendix II—Biographical Sketches—(1) Shekh Baháuddín Zakariyyá of Multán 287(2) Kalandar Lál Shahbáz of Sehwán 288(3) Makhdúm Núh of Hálah 288(4) Sayyed Abdul Karim (Sháh Karím) of Bulrí 289(5) Sháh Abdul Latíf Bhitáí 290(6) Diwán Gidúmal 291(7) Sábit Alí Sháh 292(8) Ághás Ibráhim Sháh and Ismáíl Sháh 293(9) Mírzá Khusró Beg 293(10) Mírzá Muhammad Bákar 295(11) Mirzá Fredún Beg 296Appendix III—Genealogical Trees—
(1) Genealogical Tree of the Tribes of Sammahs 298(2) Genealogical Tree of the Kalhórahs or Abbásís 302(3) Genealogical Tree of the Tálpurs (Mírs) 303(4) Genealogical Tree of Sháh Karím and Sháh Abdul Latíf Bhitáí 310(5) Genealogical Tree of Diwán Gidúmal 311(6) Genealogical Tree of Nawábs Walí Muhammad Khán, Laghárí, andMuhammad Khán, Thóró 312(7) Genealogical Tree of Ághás Ibráhím Sháh and Ismáil Sháh 314(8) Genealogical Tree of Mirzá Khusró Beg and other Georgian Mirzás 316Index of Part I 318Index of Part II 335
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HISTORY OF SIND.VOLUME II.(IN TWO PARTS.)Part I.—Giving the Mussulman period from the Arab Conquest to thebeginning of the reign of the Kalhórahs.Part II—Giving the reigns of the Kalhórahs and the Tálpurs down to theBritish Conquest.
BY MIRZA KALICHBEG FREDUNBEG, Deputy Collector, Kotri (Sind).Price—Two Rupees.Karachi:PRINTED AT THE COMMISSIONER’S PRESS.1902.

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