Nader Shah


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Nader Shah:

see Nadir ShahNadir Shah
or Nader Shah
, 1688–1747, shah of Iran (1736–47), sometimes considered the last of the great Asian conquerors. He was a member of the Afshar tribe.
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It is said that the same was constructed under the orders of Nader Shah in the years 1149-1160 AH.
Thousands of families have come to Mandozai, Nader Shah Kot, Tanai, Alisher, Gurbaz and Sabari districts from Waziristan.
For despite the military victories of Nader Shah (1736-1747), including the theft of the jewel-studded Peacock Throne from the Mughals, the Safavids were followed by 150 years of stagnation as Europe industrialized and the United States found its feet.
With the demise of the Safavid dynasty in 1736, Iran's new ruler, Nader Shah, extended an olive branch by offering to collapse Shi'i Islam within the Sunni framework of jurisprudence.
Like Nader Shah, Czar Nicholas II and the Empress Dowager Cixi, President Obama fails to comprehend the problems in the countryside and risks the same consequences as others who remained in blissful ignorance.
March: On March 5, the invaders martyred three civilians in Jaga Kalla village Nader Shah Kut district of Khust province and detained nine other villagers.
The stages in his history include the Safavids and Nader Shah as powerful predecessors, the birth of the modern Iranian armed forces, sidelined during the world wars, the rise of the imperial armed forces as a pillar of capitalism during the Cold War, the armed forces in the Islamic revolution, the Iran-Iraq War, and the 21st century.
The largest pink diamond Darya-ye Noor (the Sea of Light), weighing an estimated 182Aacarats (36gm), is one of the rarest to be found worldwide, and which was one of the spoils of war when Nader Shah of Iran invaded India in 1739 and sacked Delhi.
In fact, Tapper argues, rather than Shah [CHARACTERS NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]Abbas, it was Nader Shah who organized the Shahsevan as a tribal confederacy in the service of the state.
by Mohammad Haroon on 15 April, 2014 - 15:08 KHOST CITY (Pajhwok): Two children and a woman were killed during an airstrike by foreign troops in the Nader Shah Kot district of southeastern Khost province, an official said on Tuesday.
During his career, he served as one of the members of the editorial board of the multi-volume "Cambridge History of Iran" and edited its final volume entitled "From Nader Shah to the Islamic Republic" published in 1991.
Haji Nader Shah, a dweller of Chaharasiab district, recalled the invasion and the suffering it caused.