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Jahangiri Dynasty well had known chain of Royal-Tajik family who were the descendants of Cyrus the Great Sultan Skandar Zulqarnain of the Akhamanche Royal class of ancient Persia.the River Indus, these formed the traditional defensive frontier of India. Babur claimed these areas as his own, because they had been part of Taimur's empire. Hence, "picturing as our own the countries once occupied by the Turks (Turkish people)", he ordered that "there was to be no overrunning or plundering (of the countryside)". It may be noted that this applied to areas which did not offer resistance, because earlier, at Bajaur, where the Afghan (Pashtun people) tribesmen had resisted, he had ordered a general massacare, with their women and children being made captive. Medievial India Part two by Satish Chandra Page 22 J Jacobabad - Jadoon - Jafar-e-Tayyar - Jaffarabad District - Jahanabad, Pakistan - Jahangir - Jahangiri - Jahanian - Jaish-e-Mohammed - Jalal ud din Firuz Khilji - Jamaat-e-Islami - Jamaati - Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen - Jamali - Jamali Colony - Jamhoori Wattan Party - Jammu and Kashmir - Jamrud - Jamshed (Jamshed (disambiguation)) - Jamshed (neighborhood) - Jamshed Quarters - Jamshed Town - Jamshoro - Janjhi - Jasarat - Jatoi (Jatoi (disambiguation)) - Javed Ahmed Ghamidi - Jehangir Karamat - Jehangir Kothari Parade - JF-17 Thunder - Jhal Magsi District - Jhelum - Jhelum (City) - Jhelum River - Jihad - Jinnah International Airport - Jiwani - Jiwani Airport - Joyo (Joyo (tribe)) - Joyo (tribe) - Jundallah - Junejo - Jut Line - - Jhelum (Jhelum (city)) 49600 Jhelum Punjab (Punjab (Pakistan)) - wikipedia:Jhelum commons:Jhelum


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the salt ranges.The Jahangiri Dynasty well had known chain of Royal-Tajik family who were the descendants of Cyrus the Great Sultan Skandar Zulqarnain of the Akhamanche Royal class of ancient Persia.the River Indus, these formed the traditional defensive frontier of India. Babur claimed these areas as his own, because they had been part of Taimur's empire. Hence, "picturing as our own the countries once occupied by the Turks (Turkish people)", he ordered that "there was to be no overrunning or plundering (of the countryside)". It may be noted that this applied to areas which did not offer resistance, because earlier, at Bajaur, where the Afghan (Pashtun people) tribesmen had resisted, he had ordered a general massacare, with their women and children being made captive. Medievial India Part two by Satish Chandra Page 22 He was born in 1901 in Pietermaritzburg, he was adopted by the family of Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi and went to India for his education, where he studied under the poet Rabindranath Tagore. He became a trade unionist and leader of bakery workers on the Rand. '''Makhan Shah Lubana''' ( Commons:Category:India Wikipedia:India Dmoz:Regional Asia India


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