She read out paper on 'Tomb of Eesa Tarkhan
II: The place of converging architectural idioms' and said the tomb displayed a fusion of Central Asian and Indian influences with the local architecture, she said.
In 1555, the Portuguese were invited by Mirza Isa Tarkhan
of R/Gullies and I/L Pavers from Billa Tarkhan
via Rinka, Balwinder, Shadi Ram, Surja, Ram Kumar to Ram Lakhan.
In the summer of that year, Tarkhan
Batirashvili, a Georgian Chechen better known by his kunya (nom de guerre) of Omar al-Shishani (Omar the Chechen) established the Muhajireen Brigade in Syria composed almost entirely of battle-tested Muslims from the Russian Federation.
Born with the name Tarkhan
Tayumurazovich Batirashvili, the notorious militant once fought as a rebel in Chechnya before joining Georgia's military in 2006.
Shishani, whose real name is Tarkhan
Batirashvili, was a battle-hardened fighter originally from Georgia's Pankisi Gorge region.
In 2012, Tarkhan
Batirashvili set off from his home in ex-Soviet Georgia on a journey that would pave the way to last week's suicide attack on Istanbul airport.
Radiocarbon dating puts the dress, recovered from an ancient Egyptian cemetery called Tarkhan
, at between 5,100 and 5,400 years old.
Al-Shishani, whose real name was Tarkhan
Batirashvili, was an ethnic Chechen from the former Soviet Republic of Georgia.
That was Tarkhan
Batirashvili, a rare jihadi strategist whom Baghdadi named Umar al-Shishani.
Shishani, whose name was originally Tarkhan
Tayumurazovich Batirashvili, oversaw a prison facility near Raqqa where Daesh possibly held foreign hostages.
Tayumurazovich Batirashvili, also known as Abu Umar al-Shishani, is believed to have been killed in the aerial attack last Friday, according to U.