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Sabuktigin lived as a slave during his youth and later married the daughter of his ... Sebuktigin was born around 942 CE in what is today Barskon, in Kyrgyzstan.

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Reasons and Consequences of Ghaznavids'Invasion of India
Jun 16, 2014 Keywords: Ghaznavids, India, Sabuktigin, Sultan Mahmud. Ghaznavi, Somnath. Introduction.
Perbahasan Sejarah Islam di India dalam al-Kamil fi al-Tarikh Karya
18 Jul 2013 Sabuktigin atau Mahmud al-Ghaznawi, walaupun usaha sedemikian telah mula dicuba oleh pemerintah Kerajaan Saffariyyah dan Samaniyyah ...
temple desecration in pre-modern India - Columbia University
subsequent Indo-Muslim chroniclers would repeat. Notwithstanding such rhetoric , however, inva- sions of India by Sabuktigin and his more famous son Mahmud ...
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Chapter 7 THE GHAZNAVID DYNASTY (976-1099). 21. Map of the Conquests of Mahmud of Ghazhah.
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The Rise of Mahmud Bin Sabuktigin lhl. The Battle of Peshawar. lUl.

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Speaker claims first documented instances of vandalism in the city were during a raid by Mahmud Ghaznvi's father. PHOTO: FILE. LAHORE: The first recorded instance of vandalism in the city was during a raid by Abu Mansur Sabuktigin, Mahmud Ghaznvi's ...
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And we added one more, which is Sabuktigin. He is basically the founder of the Ghaznavids. And the Ghaznavids basically ended up in that grey part of the timeline between 867 and 1066.
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So at the end of X century in Ghazni became independent ruler Sabuktigin whose dynasty ruled til 1186 in large areas of India, Badakhshan, Turkmenistan and Persia.

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Sabuktigin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abu Mansur Sabuktigin (Persian: ابو منصور سبکتگین ) (ca 942 – August 997) , also spelled as Sabuktagin, Sabuktakin, Sebüktegin and Sebük Tigin, was the ...
Ismail of Ghazni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ismail of Ghazni (Persian: اسماعیل غزنوی ) was the emir of Ghazna, reigning for 7 months, from 997 until 998. He succeeded his father emir Sabuktigin, who died  ...
Mahmud of Ghazni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
His father Sabuktigin was a Turkic Mamluk who founded the Ghaznavid dynasty. His mother was the daughter of a Persian aristocrat from Zabulistan.
Mahmud of Ghazni - Afghan Hindu Association
Aptigin's son Sabuktigin succeeded him in the year 977. He was anxious for religious war with the Hindus and ravaged the provinces of Kabul and Punjab.
Iranian History/Mahmud Ghaznavi - Wikibooks, open books for an
Mahmud was the son of Sabuktigin, a Turko-Persian slave of the Yamini tribe who served Alptigin, the Turkish adventurer. Alptigin was earlier awarded the ...

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