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Gakkhars

The history of this region (the Salt Range) from the thirteenth century onward had been a sickening record of wars between the Janjuhas and the Gakkhars for ...

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Sannyasi and Fakir Rebellion in Bihar (1767-1800) - Islam and
tribal chiefdoms like Gakkhars. Simultaneously Ghazi Chak also had paid utmost attention in promoting Shia faith by all possible means but without taking ...
'Punjabisation' in the British Indian Army 1857-1947 and the Advent
of the west Punjab recruited were the Tiwanas, Noons, Gakkhars, Janguas, Awans,. Baluchis, Khattars, Khokhars, and Sials.29.
08_chapter 1.pdf - Shodhganga
Jats of the Salt-range tract had been subdued by the Gakkhars, Awans and Janjuas, while as early as the 7th century the Jilts and Meds of Sind were ruled over ...
department of genetics hazara university mansehra 2014 - Higher
It is reported that they were formerly the subjects of the Gakkhars, from whom they released themselves about two centuries ago. Other people believe that they ...
p GAZETTEER OF THE ATTOCK DISTRICT PART A. 1907
Bilochis and Gakkhars. Jodh, Kahut, Mair, Manhis. Pariichas ...

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Where Gakkhars ruled
Hathi Gakkhar was a bad man, they had petitioned after being subdued by the young Mughal. He created trouble in the country, plundering and killing. He ought to be chastised, so pleaded the Janjua chieftain at Kallar Kahar.
Perception vs reality: Is the Punjabi muslim really martial?
The first is Kamaal Khan Gakkhar, who submitted (without fighting) to Akbar in 1576, according to Akbarnama. The second is Jalal Khan Gakkhar, an old man named among the victims by Jahangir in a skirmish with Afghans in 1620. A third reference is ...
Rawalpindi: History behind a bustling city
The first Muslim invader, Mahmud of Ghazni (979-1030AD), gifted the ruined city to a Gakkhar chief, Kai Gohar. The Gakkhars were a fiercly independent tribe of the Potowar Plateau.

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Gakhars - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The history of this region (the Salt Range) from the thirteenth century onward had been a sickening record of wars between the Janjuhas and the Gakkhars for ...
Gakhar - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Gakhar may refer to: Gakhars, an ancient clan predominantly in present day Punjab, Pakistan. Gakhar Hindus, the Hindu section of the Gakhar clan; Ghakhar  ...
Kayani Mughal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The history of this region (the Salt Range) from the thirteenth century onward had been a sickening record of wars between the Janjuhas and the Gakkhars for ...
Where Gakkhars ruled | TNS - The News on Sunday
Jul 26, 2015 There, behind the fortification Babur espied the steely gaze of Hathi Gakkhar, a man of gigantic stature and reportedly superhuman strength ...
Gakhar and later Khanpur (Jagir) Rulers and brief History
Gakhar (also Gakkhar or Ghakhar or Ghakkar) are an ancient aristocratic and warlike clan now located in Rawalpindi, Islamabad, Jhelum, Kashmir, Gilgit, ...

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