Dalhousie also did not recognize the adopted son and the British Resident took possession of the territory. The Ruler of Jhansi died in 1853 and Dalhousie refused to recognize his adopted son and annexed the state. The Britishers treacherously attacked and annexed the Kingdom of Oudh and its 80,000 strong army was disbanded. These annexations gravely enraged the people and angered the soldiers of English East India Company. Most of the soldiers came from Oudh.
As Ferghana was always under threat from the uzbeks and Shaibani Khan many felt that Babur was inept to rule, he and his chief bodyguard Wazir Khan worked together and eliminated all those who opposed him being a ruler of Ferghana including his grand Vizier. After claiming the
He was desperate to marry her. But Mir Nihal would never agree to this marriage as she belonged to a low class family. After huge amount of effort Asghar convinced his father and married Bilqeece. Initially Asghar showed his deep concern and love for her lady. They had a daughter.
Therefore, Sheikh Mubarak decided that the time had come to fulfill/complete the plan he had envisioned after he failed in Al-Sareef battle. Therefore, he headed to Al-Jahra along with a large number of his men to distract Ibn Al-Rasheed and force him to stay in areas very far away from his state/land/Emirate. In the meanwhile, Sheikh Mubarak was encouraging/pushing Ibn Saud to restore/occupy/take over Riyadh again taking advantage of the position which Ibn Al-Rasheed has gotten himself and his men into. However, Ibn Saud was hesitant and thought in the beginning of his failure to seize the city back in 1901, when they were suddenly attacked by Ibn Al-Rasheed and were forced to evacuate the city but at the same time, he was hopeful and wished
King Abdulaziz Bin AbdulRahman AlSaud The founder of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia King Abdulaziz Bin AbdulRahman Bin Faisal Bin Turki Al Saud was the first monarch and founder of modern Saudi Arabia, the "third Saudi state”. The son of Abdulrahman bin Faisal, or Ibn Saud as he is know in the west, was born 1876A D in Riyadh from powerful linage the Al Saud Dynasty from which the modern day Kingdom takes its name. His family had been in power more than a decade facing many enemies and challenges which threatened their political status to the point of extinction. However with AbdulAziz’s courage and virtuousness, he changed the history of the Arabian Peninsula and reestablished his family 's rule. Background At the time of the death of Faisal Bin Turki 1865, the region had witnessed conflict
However, many historians have stated that Babur had exaggerated the figures in regards to Ibrahim Lodi’s army, and also many historians say that there were many Indians who had joined Babur’s army in the Battle of Panipat. This is shows how history is molded and manipulated by the victors of war just as Michel Foucault had stated that history is seen from the viewpoint of those in power and is not necessarily always true. Keeping these aspects aside, one cannot deny that Babur was a genius when it came to strategizing combat and warfare. He was aware of the fact that Ibrahim Lodi would confront his foes when he went into battle. Knowing this, he prepared a week ahead of the battle by going to Panipat and keeping the town to his right, he dug a trench system as to create a funnel-like entrapment.
As a soldier, a ruler, and a human being, Sultan Salahuddin Ayubi was a person of phenomenal attributes. The hero of hundreds of battles was the person who for 20 years braved the storm of the Crusaders and ultimately pushed them back. The world has hardly witnessed a more chivalrous and humane conqueror. His unmatchable battle tactics and gallantry as a soldier, heroic statesmanship and his strength of character won him the respect of even his foes. As a soldier, Salahuddin is known for liberating the holy city of Jerusalem from the Christian armies, known as the Crusaders.
After meeting Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) and seeing such a humble person which was the general of Muslims was not arrogant and His personality had such deep effect on Hazrat Khalid bin Waleed RA that he embraced Islam and lived his life for Islam. Fifth Principle: To turn minus into
Conflict with Rana Pratap Singh After the loss of Chittor, the remaining Rajputs of Mewar refused to submit to the Mughal rule. They rallied around Rana Pratap, the son of Udai Singh. At this time, Udai Singh had already declared Udaipur to be the new capital of Mewar kingdom. Udai Singh’s death followed by Rana Pratap continuing the struggle against the Mughals. He organised an army and clashed with Mughal forces
90 to A.D. 300 and who at the time ruled the Deccan held Ahmednagar in their sway. After that The Rashtrakuta Dynasty ruled over Ahmednagar till about 400 A.D. and by the early Chalukya & Western Chalukya kings till 670 A.D. The Rashtrakuta kings then ruled Ahmednagar from 670 to 973 A.D. Govind III (785 to 810) was the mightiest of the Rashtrakutas whose kingdom stretched from Marwar and Rajputana in the north to Tungabhadra river in the south. Then followed the Western Chalukyas whose dynasty ruled from 973 to 1190 A.D. The caves and temple at Harishchandragad in Akola Tahsil were carved and built during this