When the Mongols conquered most of Asia and Russia in the 13th century and constructed the Mongol Empire, they lived as minorities in many of the regions they had subdued, such as Iran and China. Timur (de facto ruler) Sultan Mahmud (1384–1402), Tughlugh Timur (1347–1363) Letting details. 1252) 1462: Preceded by: Tughlugh Timur also later converted to Islam, whose concepts of ummah, ghazat (holy war), and jihad inspired his territorial expansionism into Transoxiana. Yunus Ali là con trai cả của Uwais Khan (hay Vais Khan) của Moghulistan. Sultan Ahmad Khan (Pulat Khan) (1636-1638) Although the term "Uyghurstan" was used for the Turfan city-state, the term is confused in Muslim sources with Cathay. Soon after this event Shaikh Jamal was killed by Moghul amirs, in 1472, and Yunus Khan was restored , after promising not to live in the towns. Yunus Ali was the eldest son of Uwais Khan (or Vais Khan) of Moghulistan. Longer titles found: Muhammad Khan (Khan of Moghulistan) searching for Moghulistan 15 found (306 total) alternate case: moghulistan. Satuq Khan (1429–1434) Furnish type: Part furnished. The Dughlat amirs or leaders from the Naqshbandi Islamic order administered these towns in the name of the Moghul khans until 1514. Vào cuối triều đại của mình, ông bị anh trai Yunus Khan (1462 - 1487) phản bội, Yunus đã được Timurid tôn làm hãn trong nỗ lực chống lại Esen Buqa. Although the rulers enjoyed great wealth from the China trade, it was beset by constant civil war and invasions by the Timurid Empire, which emerged from the western part of the erstwhile Chagatai Khanate. In the west (Transoxiana), the mostly Turko-Mongol tribes, led by the Qara'unas amirs, seized control. For example, in the Persian Ilkhanate the Mongol khans adopted Islam after less than half a century, while the khans of the Yuan Dynasty embraced Chinese court customs. SIZE. Amir Husayn and Timur (de facto rulers) Adil-Sultan (1363) He was succeeded in Tashkent by his eldest son, Sultan Mahmud Khan, while the Moghuls in the east followed Ahmad Alaq. 1669) Jahrhunderts konnte sich das Tschagatai-Khanat in Mogulistan wieder stabilisieren: insbesondere Yunus Khan (reg. Kaidu (de facto ruler) Negübei (1270–1272) Dost Muhammad Khan 1462–1468 C.E. Kebek (1st. Shudja ad Din Ahmad Khan (1610-1618) Jahrhundert. ; Tarikh-i-Rashidi ( History of Rashid ) is a personal memoir combined with a Central Asian history. London, 1895* M.Kutlukov. Western Moghulistan Uyghurstan Yunus Khan 1462–1469 C.E ... Dost Muhammad Khan 1462–1468 C.E ... Yunus Khan 1469–1487 C.E ... Chagatai Khanate - Chagatayid Rule Continued in East Turkestan... resented the conversion of Tarmashirin to Islam and the move of the khan to the sedentary areas of Transoxiana ... One of the khans that followed Tarmashirin, Changshi, … The khojas themselves were divided into two sects: the Aq Taghlik and the Kara Taghlik. Artist. Fürsten-Liste During Yaqub's rule, Turfan substituted for Uch-Turfan, and other informants identify seven, rather than six cities in "Alti-shahr". Yunus Khan Khan of Eastern Moghulistan 1462–1487 Khan of Moghulistan 1469–1487: Esen Buqa II Khan of Moghulistan 1429–1462: Ahmad Alaq Khan of Uyghuristan 1487–1503: Mahmud Khan Khan of the Western Moghulistan 1487–1508: Dost Muhammad Khan of Uyghuristan 1462–1468: Sultan Said Khan Yunus Khan(c. 1416–1487) was Khan of Moghulistanfrom 1462 until his death. [20] This Turkification may not have been as extensive amongst the general Moghul population,[21] who were also slower to convert to Islam than the khan and top amirs (although by the mid-fifteenth century the Moghuls were considered to be largely Muslim[22]). Chagatayid rule in Moghulistan was temporarily interrupted by the coup of the Dughlat amir Qamar ud-Din, who likely killed Ilyas Khoja in 1368 and several other Chagatayids. PROPERTY TYPE. Yunus Khan had two sons and two daughters by Shah Begum. Tây Moghulistan và Đông Moghulistan. Other resolutions: 320 × 149 pixels | 640 × 298 pixels | 1,075 × 500 pixels. The Timurid exonym for Moghulistan was Ulus-i Jatah.[1]. 1242–1246) Sultan Ahmad Khan (Pulat Khan) (1630-1633) After the Han Chinese united and expelled the Mongols from China, establishing the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), Yuan Mongol refugees, principally of the Borjigin clan, migrated to the eastern Chagatai Khanate. Duwa (1306-1307) 409–11. Muhammad Khan (1408–1415) Sultan Ahmad's governor of Tashkent, Shaikh Jamal Khar, was invited by the Moghul amirs to usurp power. View the profiles of professionals named "Yunus Khan" on LinkedIn. When Uwais Khan was killed in 1428 the Moghuls were thrown into a state of confusion. 1260–1294) bestätigte zwar Algui, ließ aber dessen Nachfolger Mubarak Schah durch Boraq ersetzen. Yunus Khan (c. 1416 – 1487) (Uyghur: يونس خان‎), was Khan of Moghulistan from 1462 until his death in 1487. Die südliche Hauptfassade besitzt ein Portal mit niedrigen Flügeln. Add extension button. The Moghul Khans considered themselves heir to Mongol traditions and called themselves Mongghul Uls, from which the Persian term "Moghulistan" comes. Moghulistan (Mughalistan, Moghul Khanate) (from Persian: مغولستان‎, Moqulestân/Moġūlistān), also called the Eastern Chagatai Khanate (simplified Chinese: 东察合台汗国; traditional Chinese: 東察合台汗國; pinyin: Dōng Chágětái Hánguó), was a Mongol breakaway khanate of the Chagatai Khanate and a historical geographic area north of the Tengri Tagh mountain range,[1] on the border of Central Asia and East Asia. He was the eldest son of Vais Khan. They also helped the Aq Taghlik overcome the Kara Taghlik in Yarkand. File:Moghulistan.PNG. In 1499 she bore him a son – Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat. Towards the end of Yunus' reign, his son Ahmad Alaq founded a breakaway eastern Khanate in greater Turfan. Ismail Khan (1st. Original file ‎ (1,075 × 500 pixels, file size: 995 KB, MIME type: image/png) File … Changshi (1335–1338) Boraq geriet jedoch in Streit mit dem Großkhan (Verwaltungsfragen) und stand dann allein gegen seine Rivalen, allen voran Möngke Timur von der Goldenen Horde … As a result, Yunus and his supporters fled to Ulugh Beg, the Timurid ruler of Transoxiana, who however imprisoned the group. Jahrhundert kam eine große Anzahl usbekischer Nomaden unter Abu'l-Chair Khan (1412–1468), es folgten Sultane aus der Goldenen Horde, Kerey Khan und Janybek Khan, die hierher kamen. Qara Hülëgü (2nd. The eastern border usually was slightly to the east of Kucha. [10], In the 1340s as a series of ephemeral khans struggled to hold power in Transoxiana, little attention was paid by the Chagatayids to the eastern regions. 1260–1264) setzte dann Qara Hulagus Witwe Orghina ab und Algui ein, und Kubilai Khan (reg. That area today includes parts of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, and northwest Xinjiang, China. 1252–1260) When Vais Khan was killed in 1428, the Moghuls were split as to who should succeed him. x1. Shah Begum (died 1508) was the Queen consort of Moghulistan as the second wife of Yunus Khan, a descendant of Chaghatai Khan, the second son of Genghis Khan. The Moghuls that remained obedient to him were constantly at war with Timur, who invaded Moghulistan several times but was unable to force its inhabitants into submission. He was the eldest son of Yunus Khan. [17], Late in his reign Esen Buqa was contested by his brother Yunus Khan (1462–1487), who had been raised to the khanship by the Timurids in an attempt to counter Esen Buqa. m.) 1. Koraish Sultan (1570–1588) Abu Sa'id had become annoyed with the frequent raids that the Moghuls under Esen Buqa made into his territory. [1] Although a military alliance did not result, the Ming dynasty opened up caravan trade to Moghulistan, greatly enriching the Moghul rulers who collected zakat (tax) on the lucrative Silk Road trade. Mirza Muhammad Haidar devoted this extensive work, written in Kashmir from 1541 to 1546 in two volumes, to contemporary ruler of Kashgaria Abdur-Rashid Khan. In 1503 he traveled west to assist his brother Mahmud Khan (1487–1508), the ruler of western Moghulistan in Tashkent, against the Uzbeks under Muhammad Shaybani. In 1499, she bore him a son, Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat. - Yunus (Grand KHAN) of MUGHALISTAN (JAGATAI) His 3-Great Grandchild: Nur ud-din Muhammad JAHANGIR (4th EMPEROR) of INDIA His 9-Great Grandchild: Shah Alam II (EMPEROR) of DELHI Buzan (1334–1335) Abdul Karim Khan (1560-1591) Yunus Khan (1462–1487) profited from the weakness of his neighbors and took Tashkent in 1482. After his death … A short time later, the Moghul kingdom of Turpan and Hami was also conquered by the Zunghar Khanate, but the Zunghars were expelled by Qing China. Ahmad Alaq (died 1503) (), was Khan of eastern Moghulistan (Uyghurstan) from 1487 to 1503. Yunus Khan quickly gained the support of several amirs and married the daughter one of those amirs, Mir Pir Haji Kunji. Moghulistan. Naqsh-i-Jahan (1415–1418) Quite the same Wikipedia. The Yarkand begs then asked the Dzungars to intervene, which resulted in the Dzungars defeating the Kyrgyz and putting a total termination to Chagatai rule by installing the Aq Taghlik in Kashgar. Prince Lali gave his fourth daughter Shah Begum to Sayyid Zia-ud-Din who brought her back with him to Kashgar and delivered over to the Yunus Khan. Yunus' reign began with a raid by the Oirats under Esen Taishi's son Amasanj, who forced Yunus to flee to the Syr Darya. Yunus war ein Sohn des Tschagatai-Khans Vais (Uwais, reg. [23][24], After Yunus Khan's death his territories were divided by his sons. [8] The broader Turfan area was bordered by Nanjiang to the west, the Tian Shan to the north, the Kunlun Shan to the south, and the principality of Hami. After the 15th century it seems to have been subjected to direct Moghul rule, and a separate Moghul Khanate was established there in mid-15th century. Deposit: £1,080. [4] The term "Moghulistan" occurs mostly in Soviet historiography, while Chinese historiography mostly uses the term "East Chagatai Khanate" (Chinese: 东察合台汗国; pinyin: Dōng Cháhétái Hànguó), which contrasts Moghulistan to the Timurid Empire. Was Usbekistan zu bieten hat. Leben Herkunft und Jugend. He gave Yunus Khan to his father, Shah Rukh, who treated him well, and who sent him to learn under Maulana Sharaf ud-Din Yazdi. After the death of Esen Buqa and his son Dost Muhammad in 1469,[18] Yunus Khan reunited the khanate, defeated the Uzbeks and maintained good relations with the Kazakhs and Timurids, but the western Tarim Basin was lost to a revolt by the Dughlats. Yunus Khan was also unable to prevent the rise of the Dughlat Mirza Abu Bakr, who had earlier taken Yarkand, Khotan and Kashgar from other members of his family, and defeated Yunus Khan's attempts to quell him. One of them is the Mausoleum of Yunus-Khan the Moghulistan in Tashkent, a ... Yunus-Khan was a descendant of Genghis Khan and belonged to Chagatai Khanate. Descendants of the Chagatayid house submitted to the Qing and ruled the Kumul Khanate (1696–1930) as vassals of China until 1930. Muhammad I ibn Pulad (1342–1343) YuIbars Khan (1669–1670) As a result,[citation needed] the Mongols in these regions quickly adopted the local culture. sister projects: Wikidata item. Alghu (1260–1266) In 1468 the Uzbeks under Shaikh Haidar came into conflict with the Moghuls; they were defeated and Shaikh Haidar was killed, breaking Uzbek power until the rise of Muhammad Shaibani. Dzungaria.[6]. Qutlugh Nigar Khanum was born as a princess of Moghulistan and was the second daughter of Yunus Khan, the Great Khan of Moghulistan, and his chief consort Aisan Daulat Begum. One of the khans that followed Tarmashirin, Changshi, favored the east and was non-Muslim. By Aisan Daulat Begum, Yunus Khan had three daughters: Mihr Nigar Khanum, Qutlugh Nigar Khanum, and Khub Nigar Khanum. He was the eldest son of Vais Khan. Ferner waren ihm die Gebiete Xinjiang und der Norden… Yunus Khan, auch Junus Chan (* ca. Zafarnama (ظفرنامه, lit. Since the Moghuls were nomads of the steppe, the boundaries of their territories seldom stayed the same for long. 1425–1429) Akbash Khan (1695-1705), Ahmad Alaq (1487–1503) These tribes resented the conversion of Tarmashirin to Islam and the move of the khan to the sedentary areas of Transoxiana. *Mirza Muhammad Haidar. 'Ali-Sultan (1342) Moghuls rule in the region was restored by Uwais Khan (1418–1428), a devout Muslim who was frequently at war with the Oirats (Western Mongols) who roamed in the area east of Lake Balkash. In actuality, local control rested with local Mongol Dughlats or Sufi Naqshbandi in their respective oases. [12] In 1360 he took advantage of a breakdown of order in Transoxiana and his legitimacy as descendant of Chagatai Khan[13] to invade the region and take control of it, thereby temporarily reuniting the two khanates. Beginning in the mid-14th century a new khanate, in the form of a nomadic tribal confederacy headed by a member of the family of Chagatai, arose in the region of the Ili River. Academic disciplines Business Concepts Crime Culture Economy Education Energy Events Food and drink Geography Government Health 1415; † 1487), war ein namhafter Khan der Tschagatai-Mongolen im 15. The Khans increasingly gave up secular power to the khojas, until they were the effectively the governing power in Kashgaria. Ahmad Alaq (1487–1503), who ruled eastern Moghulistan from Turfan, fought a series of successful wars against the Oirats, raided Chinese territory and attempted to seize the western Tarim Basin from the Dughlats, although he was ultimately unsuccessful. The Tian Shan then served as the southern border of Moghulistan. His decision to live in the city upset the Moghuls, and many of them left for Moghulistan under Yunus' son Ahmad Alaq. See more » Baburnama Bāburnāma (Chagatai/بابر نامہ;´, literally: "Book of Babur" or "Letters of Babur"; alternatively known as Tuzk-e Babri) is the name given to the memoirs of Ẓahīr-ud-Dīn Muhammad Bābur (1483–1530), founder of the Mughal Empire and a great-great-great-grandson of Timur. Home Events Years 1505 1505 deaths Qutlugh Nigar Khanum. In order to maintain a link to the house of Genghis Khan, the Turkic amirs set several of his descendants on the throne, though these khans ruled in name only and had no real power. Qamar-ud-din Khan Dughlat (1368–1392) sister projects: Wikidata item. In 1468 or 1469, however, Dost Muhammad died and Yunus Khan seized Aksu. Although Yunus Khanwas his eldest son, the majority favored Yunus' younger brother, Esen Buqa. ft. (31 sq. Her name was Isan Daulat Begum. His brother, Sultan Mahmud Khan (1487-1508) waged war with the Kazakh khans in Semirechye and the Syr Darya cities. Könchek (1307–1308) Kaidu and Chapar (de facto rulers) Duwa (1282–1306) Ghiyas-ud-din Baraq (1266–1270) Uwais Khan (2nd. He was the eldest son of Ahmad Alach.. Life. Usbekische Küche; Weintourismus; Pilgertourismus. In the east, the Yarkent Khanate continued until it was conquered by the Dzungar Khanate in the early 18th century. The capital city of Nanjiang was usually Yarkand or Kashgar. During the Ming dynasty, envoy Chen. [4] The Moghuls more directly governed Nanjiang after they lost Moghulistan itself. He was the younger son of Uwais Khan.. Nach dem Schlachtentod seines Vaters 1428 kam mit Satuq Khan eine Marionette der Timuriden an die Macht und konnte sich bis 1434 (zumindest) in … The Dalai Lama arranged for the Buddhist Dzungar Khanate who inhabited the lands north of the Yarkent khanate to invade in 1680, and set up puppet rulers in Yarkent. Yunus Khan spent several years learning under the Maulana in Yazd, in the process becoming one of the most educated Moghuls. A nephew of the dead amir, Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat fled to Mughal Empire in India and eventually conquered Kashmir, where he wrote a history of the Moghuls. Sultan Ahmad ruled over Samarkand, Omar Shaikh became the ruler of Ferghana, and Sultan Mahmud took Badakhshan. In 1465, Yunus faced a rebellion by Mirza Abu Bakr Dughlat, who seized Yarkand and Khotan. [8], Arguments about succession resulted in the breakup of the Mongol Empire in Asia into the Chagatai Khanate in Central Asia, Yuan Dynasty (1279–1368) in China, Ilkhanate in Persia, and Golden Horde in Russia, which waged destructive wars with one another. Yunus Khan (c. 1416–1487) was Khan of Moghulistan from 1462 until his death. G. GreyWizard. In 1457 dughlat Amir Sayyid Ali of Kashgar had died and his son Saniz Mirza had sought the assistance of Yunus Khan to gain power in Kashgar. After the Maulana died he wandered for some time before settling on Shiraz as a home. He was born in 1462. As the Mongol Empire was split up in the middle of the 13th century, the Xinjiang region was assigned to the Chagatayids. Yunus Khan, was Khan of Moghulistan from 1462 until his death in 1487. As a result he and his supporters fled to Ulugh Beg, the Timurid ruler of Transoxiana, who however imprisoned the group. After Abu Sa'id was killed by the White Sheep Turkmen in 1468, his realm was split between his sons. Tây Moghulistan và Đông Moghulistan Vào cuối triều đại của mình, ông bị anh trai Yunus Khan (1462 - 1487) phản bội, Yunus đã được Timurid tôn làm hãn trong nỗ lực chống lại Esen Buqa. Abdallah (1638–1669) Key features. Yunus thus became the sole ruler of Moghulistan in 1472. The dughlat amir of Kashgar Muhammad Haidar Mirza supported Dost Muhammad, but his brother the amir of Yarkand Saniz Mirza supported Yunus Khan, and expelled the former from Kashgar, but he died after only a few years, in 1464, and Dost Muhammad plundered Kashgar. Seine Regierung war für die Verhältnisse der Steppe friedlich. THIS PROPERTY IS AVAILABLE. T… Esen Buqa II (died 1462) was Khan of Moghulistan from 1429 until his death. But Babur, founder of the Mughal empire in India, was not descended from that marriage. After the Islamization of Turfan, the non-Islamic term "Uyghur" would disappear until the Chinese Nationalist leader Sheng Shicai, following the Soviet Union, introduced it for a different, Muslim population in 1934. 1418–28). About emergence of the Yarkand state. Mahmud Sultan (Qilich Khan) (1633–1636) [31] The Tarim Basin fell under the overall rule of the Dzungars until it was taken by the Manchu Emperors of China in the mid-18th century. After a while Yunus Khan again entered Moghulistan and gained the support of the amirs, but was unable to make any substantial gains in the country against Esen Buqa. [28], In 1677, Khoja Afaq of the Aq Taghlik fled to Tibet where he asked the 5th Dalai Lama for help to restore his power. Thereafter the Moghulistan khanate was permanently divided, although Sultan Said Khan was nominally a vassal of Mansur Khan in Turpan. Shah Khan (1543–1560) Moghulistan proper was primarily steppe country and was where the Moghuls usually resided. Taliqu (1308–1309) The Moghul ruler of Turpan Yunus Khan, also known as Ḥājjī 'Ali, (ruled 1462–1478) unified Moghulistan (roughly corresponding to today's Eastern Xinjiang) under his authority in 1472. … Sultan Said Khan (1514–1533) Aside from the towns, which were at the foot of the mountains, nearly all of Nanjiang was desert. Yunus' dealings with the Timurids were more complex. The khanate nominally ruled over the area from the mid-14th century until the late 17th century, although it is debated whether it was a continuation of the Chagatai Khanate, an independent khanate, or a tributary state to Ming Dynasty China. Abu'l Muhammad Khan (1636-1653) Those Mongols allied with the nomadic Buddhist, After the Chagatayid Qazan Khan was killed in 1346, the Chagatai Khanate underwent a transformation. His reign was contemporaneous with the series of puppet khans that ruled in Transoxiana, meaning that there were now effectively two khanates headed by Chagatayids: one in the west, centered in Transoxiana, and one in the east, centered in Moghulistan. She was a princess of Moghulistan by birth and was the eldest daughter of Yunus Khan, the Great Khan of Moghulistan and his chief consort Aisan Daulat Begum. For details of the battles between Amir Husayn and Timur for control of Transoxiana, see Manz, Chapter 3, Xinjiang Province, People's Republic of China, Islamicisation and Turkicisation of Xinjiang, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Moghulistan&oldid=1001470035, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Persian-language text, Articles containing simplified Chinese-language text, Articles containing traditional Chinese-language text, Articles containing Chinese-language text, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2015, Articles with specifically marked weasel-worded phrases from March 2015, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 19 January 2021, at 20:38. 1266) He was the second son of Yunus Khan. Jahrhundert), Taschkent. He was born in 1487 in Moghulistan and was a direct descendant of the first Moghul Khan, Tughlugh Timur, who had founded the state …   Wikipedia, Mohammad Yunus — Muhammad Yunus (born 1940) is a Bangladeshi economist, the founder of the Grameen Bank, and a Nobel Peace Prize laureate. [1] Conversion amongst the general population was slow to follow. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a Page. Although Yunus Khan was his eldest son, the majority favored Yunus' younger brother, Esen Buqa. In addition, Timurid authors pejoratively called the Moghuls. Qutlugh Nigar Khanum (also spelled Kutlak Nigar Khanum; d. 1505) was the first wife and chief consort of Umar Shaikh Mirza II, the ruler of Ferghana Valley.She was a princess of Moghulistan by birth and was a daughter of Yunus Khan, the Great Khan of Moghulistan.. She was also the mother of Emperor Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire of India as well as its first emperor. Babur's claim seems authentic as his mother Qutlugh Nigar Khanum was a daughter of Yunus Khan of Moghulistan. Yunus Khan (c. 1416 – 1487) (Uyghur: يونس خان ‎), was Khan of Moghulistan from 1462 until his death in 1487. As a result, the Moghuls became direct neighbors of Ming China. Inhaltsverzeichnis 1 Leben 1.1 Herkunft und Jugend 1.2 Machtergreifung 1.3 …   Deutsch Wikipedia, Yunus (disambiguation) — Yunus may refer to several people, including: * Hadrat Yunus, the Prophet Jonah as mentioned in the Qur an * Ibn Yunus, 10th century Egyptian mathematician and astronomer * Muhammad Yunus, Bangladeshi banker, economist, and Nobel Peace Prize… …   Wikipedia, Khan Yunis — Original name in latin Khn Ynis Name in other language Hanut Yona, Hant Yn Jan Yunis, Jan Yuns, Khan Younes, Khan Younis, Khan Yumus, Khan Yunis, Khan Yunus, Khan Junis, Khn Ynis, Khn Ynus, Yunas, Yunus, khan ywns, Хан Юнис State code PS… …   Cities with a population over 1000 database, Khan Yunus — Chan Yunis auf der Karte des Gazastreifens Chān Yūnis (arabisch ‏خان يونس‎, oft wie im Englischen als Khan Yunus transkribiert) ist eine Stadt und Flüchtlingslager im Chan Yunis Gouvernement, dem südlichen Teil des Gazastreifens, der seit 1994 …   Deutsch Wikipedia, Khan Younis — Chan Yunis auf der Karte des Gazastreifens Chān Yūnis (arabisch ‏خان يونس‎, oft wie im Englischen als Khan Yunus transkribiert) ist eine Stadt und Flüchtlingslager im Chan Yunis Gouvernement, dem südlichen Teil des Gazastreifens, der seit 1994 …   Deutsch Wikipedia, Khan Yunis — Chan Yunis auf der Karte des Gazastreifens Chān Yūnis (arabisch ‏خان يونس‎, oft wie im Englischen als Khan Yunus transkribiert) ist eine Stadt und Flüchtlingslager im Chan Yunis Gouvernement, dem südlichen Teil des Gazastreifens, der seit 1994 …   Deutsch Wikipedia, Dost Muhammad (Moghul Khan) — Dost Muhammad Khan (Uyghur: دوست محمد خان‎, (c. 1445–1468/9) was Khan of eastern Moghulistan (Uyghurstan) from 1462 until his death. Abdurashid Khan (1533–1560) The eastern part of the khanate, meanwhile, had been largely autonomous for several years as a result of the khans' weakening power. 1418–1421) The Buddhist kingdom in Beijiang centered around Turfan was the only area where the people were identified as "Uyghurs" after the Islamic invasions. Shams-i-Jahan (1399–1408) Because of the Moghuls' nomadic nature, the towns of Moghulistan fell into decline during their rule, if they managed to remain occupied at all. 334 sq. Yunus Khan maintained relations with the Khazak Horde founders (in 1465-1466), Janybek Khan and Karai Khan, and the Timurids. Translated by Edward Denison Ross, edited by N.Elias. Uwais Khan (1st. Next to him came Sultan Ahmad Khan, known later as "Alacha" (Slayer) Khan for his attempts to usurp absolute power in the Steppe and slaughtering of Kalmaks. Uvais Khan was followed by Esen Buqa (1428–1462), who frequently raided the Timurid Empire to the west. Yunus Khan in Bielefeld finden Sie mit privaten und beruflichen Informationen wie Biografien und Lebensläufe, Interessen und Berufe und mehr aus dem Internet in … In 1347 the Dughlats decided to appoint a khan of their own, and raised the Chagatayid Tughlugh Timur to the throne. Still, Moghulistan in the strictest sense was centered in the Ili region. Die Haupthalle … He is identified by many historians with Ḥājjī `Ali (Chinese: 哈只阿力, Pinyin: Hazhi Ali) (Uyghur: ھاجى علي‎), of the contemporary Chinese records. In 1513 Hami became a dependency of Turfan and remained so until the end of Moghul rule. [29], The Yashkent Khanate were finally overthrown in the 1705, bringing an end to Chagatayid rule in Central Asia. Let type: Long term. When Esen Buqa died in 1462, the Dughlat amirs were divided over whether they should follow his son Dost Muhammad, who was then seventeen or his brother Yunus Khan. Die Herrscher des Östlichen Tschagatai-Khanats , Esen Buqa II und Yunus Khan , traten an sie einen Teil von Mogulistan (Kuqibashi [5] ) ab und sie errichteten das Kasachische Khanat . After the Han Chinese united and expelled the Mongols from China, establishing the Ming Dynasty (1368–1644), Yuan Mongol refugees, principally of the Borjigin clan, migrated to the eastern Chagatai Khanate. Yunus Khan galt als ein höflicher und kultivierter Herrscher (u. a. Amateurmusiker, Maler, Kalligraph), als guter Soldat und Bogenschütze, als strenger Moslem und als Patron der Derwische. Yunus’s son Sultan Ahmad Khan in 1474 founded in the eastern part of Moghulistan an independent domain. Ilyas Khoja (1363–1368) Yesü Möngke (1246–1252) Timur … [5] Because of this, they were much more resistant to changing their way of life; they retained their primarily nomadic lifestyle for several centuries and were among the last of the Mongols who converted to Islam to do so. Tenancy info. During the fifteenth century the Moghul khans became increasingly Turkified. Mit dem Tod von Yunus Khan spaltete sich Moghulistan in zwei Herrschaftsgebiete seiner Söhne, die aber eng miteinander verbündet blieben. [1], The eastern regions of the Chagatai Khanate in the early 14th century had been inhabited by a number of Mongol nomadic tribes. Mansur Khan (1503–1548) Yunus Khan Jmys ist bei Facebook. Yunus Khan (c. 1416–1487) was Khan of Moghulistan from 1462 until his death. [16], This takeover provoked a period of near-constant civil wars, because the tribal chiefs could not accept that Qamar ud-din, a "commoner", could accede to the throne. Abdullah (de facto ruler) Shah Temur (1358) Just better. -- Isen Bugha (KHAN) of MAVERANNAHR (? Muhammad Sultan (1591–1610) His mother was Shah Begum, fourth daughter of Badakhshan prince Lali, who was considered to be the descendant of Alexander the Great. After Shaikh Jamal was killed, Yunus Khan actively participated in the affairs of the Timurids. Turpan-Wikipedia. The brothers were defeated and captured; they were released but Tashkent was seized by the Uzbeks. In 1457 dughlat Amir Sayyid Ali of Kashgar had died and his son Saniz Mirza had sought the assistance of Yunus Khan to gain power in Kashgar. See more » Zafarnama. Despite invading a second time in 1361 and appointing his son Ilyas Khoja as governor of Transoxiana, however, Tughlugh Timur was unable to keep a lasting hold on the region, and the Moghuls were ultimately expelled by Amir Husayn and Timur, who then fought amongst themselves for control of Transoxiana.[14]. He was the maternal grandfather of Babur, founder of the Mughal Empire. In contrast, the Mongols and their subordinates who settled in what came to be known as Moghulistan were in origin steppe nomads from Mongolia. Kebek Sultan (1469–1472) [9] Those Mongols allied with the nomadic Buddhist, Christian and Shamanist rebels of the Issyk Kul and Isi areas against the Chagatai Khan Tarmashirin in the 1330s upon his conversion to Islam. Tughlugh Timur (1360–1363) A later Turki word "Altishahr", meaning "Six Cities", came into vogue during the rule of the 19th century Tajik warlord Yaqub Beg, which is an imprecise term for certain western, then Muslim oasis cities. It was bounded on the west by the province of Shash and the Karatau Mountains, while the southern area of Lake Balkhash marked the northern limit of Moghul influence. BATHROOMS. The most powerful of the tribes, the Dughlats, controlled extensive territories in Moghulistan and the western Tarim Basin. 1347 • Moghulistan split into two parts . Let available date: 25/01/2021. [30] Kashghar begs and Kyrgyz staged a revolt and seized Akbash Khan during an assault on Yarkand. Yunus Khan, auch Junus Chan (* ca. 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