History of muhammad bin qasim in sindh in urdu

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history of muhammad bin qasim in sindh in urdu

Muhammad bin Qasim / ???? ?? ???? by Naseem Hijazi

Ummayyad ruler Hajjaj Bin Yusuf sent his Nephew, General Muhammad Bin Qasim, to rescue pilgrims who had been captured when Raja Dahirs forces from Sindh, Indus River Valley, attacked their ship. Muhammad Bin Qasim conquered Sindh introducing Islam to South Asia and giving Sindh the title of Bab-ul-Islam (The Gateway of Islam). He ended unjust treatment of the so-called untouchable caste and incorporated the ruling class in his administration to establish law and order in the region.
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Imad ad-Din Mu?ammad bin Qasim ath-Thaqafi was an Umayyad general who conquered the . Al-Hajjaj sent Muhammad Bin Qasim for action against the Sindh in .. The period of Qasim's rule has been called by U.T. Thakkur "the darkest period in Sind history", with the records speaking of massive forced.
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Muhammad bin Qasim

However, the facts surrounding this conquest, and the ill fate that followed for the conqueror is known to few among us. It was after Muhammad Bin Qasim had conquered Sindh and had marched further ahead that locals started joining the Arab forces due to poverty and joblessness. According to Dr Mubarak Ali, the Arabs started ruling under the umbrella of an ancient elite class, thus their behaviour towards the lower and humbler communities never changed. As such, the taking over of the reigns of Hind and Sindh by the Arabs never changed a thing for the already oppressed and victimised classes of society, which is claimed to be the focus of Islamic governance. Chachnama , a Sindhi book published by the Sindhi Adabi Board in , speaks of Muhammad bin Qasim's demise on page to I will try to summarise it for you.

Account Options Sign in. Top charts. New releases. Add to Wishlist. It is another great history book of Naseem Hijazi. The coming out on top of Sindh covered the way of important Mohamed supporter good things done in sub-continent. Muhammad Bin Qassim was great Mohamed supporter one respected for great acts.

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Muhammad bin Qasim was orphaned as a child and thus the responsibility of his upbringing fell upon his mother. She supervised his religious instruction herself, and hired different teachers for his worldly education. It was the uncle, Hajjaj bin Yousaf, who taught him the art of governing and warfare. At the age of sixteen, he was asked to serve under the great general, Qutayba bin Muslim. Under his command Muhammad bin Qasim displayed a talent for skilful fighting and military planning. Muhammad bin Qasim proved Hajjaj right when he, without many problems, managed to win all his military campaigns. He used both his mind and military skills in capturing places like Daibul, Raor, Uch and Multan.

Muhammad bin Qasim was born and raised in the city of Ta'if in modern-day Saudi Arabia. When Muhammad was still young, his father was appointed governor of Basra , a growing cosmopolitan city, that widened Muhammad's horizons. Al-Hajjaj is said to have been fond of Muhammad and the latter spent some time with him in the Iraqi capital of Wasit. Al-Hajjaj presumably educated Muhammad in military and administrative affairs, which proved invaluable in course of time. Muhammad bin Qasim married Al-Hajjaj's daughter Zubaidah, giving him an even closer relationship with Al-Hajjaj as the father-in-law.

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  1. Creissant R. says:

    Muhammad bin Qasim | Leading his troops in battle

  2. Doreen P. says:

    Muhammad bin Qasim had begun preparations for further expansions when Hajjaj died, as did Caliph Al-Walid I, who was succeeded by Sulayman ibn Abd al-Malik, who then took revenge against all who had been close to Hajjaj.

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