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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Poet Ali Haider of Khanewal in his verses vociferously castigated both nobility and Nader Shah; former for its dishonorable capitulation and latter for his savagery.
Mirza further stated that stories also suggest [Iranian] king, Nader Shah brought the falooda with him when he came to India.
It was later stolen by Persian ruler Nader Shah in 1739 when he invaded Delhi.
In Hazin's history and itinerary, we see that he had a special dedication to the Safavid kings and hated Nader Shah, as the book "The Poet in the Crisis of Critics" on Hazin reads: "In the face of close and friendly relations that Hazin had with the Safavid kings, there has always been hostility and hatred between him and Nader Shah, and we see that Hazin did not even say what he himself said, but others have written that he was always alert to Nader Shah, and wherever his army was seen, he was concealed.
After the invasion of Iranian ruler Nader Shah, the Jam Hothi regained his State from Jam Mohar.
Calling their mission, which crossed three continents, - a journey of peace and solidarity, - Nader Shah Nangarhari and his son Firoz Khan began their journey in July 2015.
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.
As the first computer game on contemporary Iranian hero, Mir Mahna was an Iranian national hero who defeated the Dutch forces and liberated southern Iranian cities from the colonizers at the end of the reign of Nader Shah Afshar (1736-1747).