Their family can be traced back to Abdal (the first and founder of the Abdali tribe), through Hajji Jamal Khan, Yousef, Yaru, Mohammad, … For other similarly named people, see, "Mirazi" is probably of "Mir Aziz". Nadir Shah was a descendant of Sardar Sultan Mohammed Khan Telai, half-brother of Amir Dost Mohammad Khan. He is known for uniting the country after years of internal fighting and negotiation of the Durand Line Agreement with British India.. Abdur Rahman Khan was the first child and only son of Mohammad Afzal Khan, and grandson of Dost Mohammad Khan. Deputy Speaker Punjab Assembly MPA PP-297 Rojhan Mazari  The lease involved an annual payment of 30,000 rupees, which he was able to pay with help of his wife Fatah Bibi, who belonged to the Mangalgarh royal family. After the death of Rani Kamlavati. After passing from Aitchison college, he went to Dehradun Academy (India) for his military training along with Air Marshal Asghar Khan, Air Marshal Noor Khan, Ex- Gov KPK General Fazle Haq. The foundation of the fort was laid on 30 August 1723. The Afghans besieged the fort and cut off its water supply, while a detachment was sent to the neighbouring Sikh fort of Shabqadar to prevent any help from that direction. In fact, Col. Waheed's father was also in the same batch when they celebrated independence of Pakistan on 14th Aug 1947 at Dehradun Academy. Muhammad Haidar Mirza, who controlled Kashgar, was cousin to Yunus Khan (his mother was Uzun Sultan Khanim, sister of Vais Khan and aunt of Yunus Khan), but chose the former, because supported before his father and was … Dost Mohammad Khan was born to an influential family on December 23, 1793. He replied by renewing his relations with Russia, and in 1838 Lord Auckland set the British troops in motion against him. (Shaharyar M. Khan, 2000), "The remarkable Begums who defied patriarchal norms to rule Bhopal for more than a century", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dost_Mohammad_of_Bhopal&oldid=997243769, Short description is different from Wikidata, Pages using infobox military person with embed, Pages using infobox noble with unknown parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 30 December 2020, at 17:02. An ethnic Pashtun, he was the 11th son of Sardar Payendah Khan (chief of the Barakzai tribe) who was killed in 1799 by Zaman Shah Durrani. Dilawar Khan, Mir Ahmad and other generals sent by the Sayyid Brothers were killed in the battle, and Dost Mohammad Khan's forces retreated to Malwa, pursued and plundered by the Nizam's Maratha auxiliaries.  After having established control over the Deccan, he decided to get even with Dost Mohammad Khan for supporting the Sayyid Brothers. These chieftains included the Raja Reshb Das (1695–1748) of Sitamau, Mohammad Farooq (Governor of Bhilsa), Diye Bahadur (the Mughal Deputy Governor of Malwa) and Raja Anand Singh Solanki of Mangalgarh. In 1836 Dost Mohammad Barakzai's Muslim forces, under the command of his son Wazir Akbar Khan, fought the Sikhs at the Battle of Jamrud, fifteen kilometers west of present-day Peshawar. In 1850 he conquered Balkh, and in 1854 he acquired control over the southern Afghan tribes by the capture of Kandahar. Dost Mohammad accompanied his elder brother and then Prime Minister of Kabul Wazir Fateh Khan to the Battle of Attock against the invading Sikhs. After the death of Rani Kamlavati. Dost Mohammad Khan died of an illness in March 1728. He agreed to cede part of his territory, including the Islamnagar fort. The Sikh garrison there had only 600 men and a few light artillery pieces. The slain king's territory was annexed to Kamlapati's kingdom. He was sent to study with his four brothers to Rawalpindi by his mother, but he remained unhappy missed home. With the decline of theDurrani dynasty, he becameEmir of Afghanistanfrom 1826 to 1839 and then from 1843 to 1863. Dost Muhammad Khan sent a 25,000 strong force, including a large number of local irregulars and equipped with 18 heavy guns, to invest Jam rud. Rattray was in the Bengal Army and took part in the first Afghan War, from 1839 to 1842. Sardar Dost Muhammad Khosa (Urdu: دوست محمد کھوسہ ) (born 22 October 1973) is a Pakistani politician affiliated with the Pakistan Muslim League (N) until late 2018, but with the Pakistan People's Party since then. From 1846 he renewed his policy of hostility to the British and allied himself with the Sikhs. He invited his Pashtun kinsmen to Malwa to create a group of loyal associates. , Khan sided with the local Rajput chiefs of Malwa in a rebellion against the Mughal empire. b. Following Afzal Khan's death the following year, Mohammad Azam Khan was proclaimed Amir of Afghanistan. In 1722, he visited Berasia with a proposal that the two cousins join hands in extending their territory, and their acquisitions of land and property be equally divided. Dost Mohammad Khan agreed to the ceasefire, but also sent a spy dressed as a beggar to the Thakur's camp. Dost Mahommed, King of Caubul, and his youngest son. He was also forced to send his 14-year-old son and heir Yar Mohammad Khan to Nizam's capital Hyderabad, as a hostage. This condition provoked Kamran, son of Mahmud. Mohammad Afzal Khan (1811 - October 7, 1867) was the Emir of Afghanistan from 1865 to 1867. Nizam Shah, the strongest of the local Gond warlords, ruled his territory from the Ginnor fort (Ginnorgarh in the present-day Sehore district). , In his final years, which saw his humiliation at the hands of the Nizam, Khan's aggression had mellowed down considerably. Rejecting overtures from Russia, he endeavoured to form an alliance with Great Britain, and welcomed Alexander Burnes to Kabul in 1837. Dost Mohammad is accused of the murder of actress Sapna Khan.  In his final years, Khan sought inspiration from Sufi mystics and saints, veering towards spiritualism. PS to Deputy speaker Punjab Assembly Sardar Dost Muhammad Mazari, MPA pp297 (Ex …  Khan then took the control of Ginnor fort and other territories of Kamlapati's kingdom. He was welcomed by the family of his relative Jalal Khan, the Mughal mansabdar (a military aristocrat) of Jalalabad's suburb Lohari. They trace their family tree to Abdal (the first and founder of the Abdali tribe), through Hajji Jamal Khan, Yousef, Yaru, Mohammad, Omar Khan, Khisar Khan, Ismail, Nek, Daru, Saifal, and Barak. Following Azam Khan's death the following year, Sher Ali Khan was reinstated as Amir of Afghanistan. He married several times, but only few of his wives have been chronicled. 1720, eldest legitimate son of Khan-i-Muazzam Masnad-i-Ala Nawab Dost Muhammad Khan Bahadur, Nau Safaraz, Sardar Diler Jang, Nawab of Dar ul-Iqbal-i-Bhopal, educ.  Nearly a century after Khan's death, the state became a British protectorate in 1818, and was ruled by the descendants of Dost Mohammad Khan till 1949, when it was merged with the Dominion of India. Being a Hindu, he helped Dost win over the local population. Khan violated the truce and raided the enemy camp at night, defeating the Rajput chieftains decisively. He, therefore, invited his kinsmen in Tirah to Malwa. In 1835, Dost Mohammad Khan, the youngest and the most energetic of the Barakzai brothers, who had supplanted the Durrani dynasty and become Emir (lord, chief or king) of Kabul in 1825, advanced up to Khaibar Pass threatening to recover Peshawar. His horse collapsed and died after six hours of galloping.  Khan remained loyal to the Rani and her son Nawal Shah till her death. Mohammed Zahir's father, son of Sardar Mohammad Yusuf Khan, was born in Dehradun, British India, his family having been exiled following the Second Anglo-Afghan War. Dost Mohammad Khan Grave, Bhopal.jpg 648 × 1,152; 194 KB. Dost Mohammad Khan(Pashto:دوست محمد خان, December 23, 1793– June 9, 1863) was the founder of theBarakzai dynastyand one of the prominent rulers ofAfghanistanduring theFirst Anglo-Afghan War. His five brothers were Sher, Alif, Shah, Mir Ahmad and Aqil; all except Aqil died in subsequent battles. Ginnor was considered an impregnable fort, located at the summit of a steep 2000-foot-high rock, and surrounded by thick forest. Bahadur Shah I died in 1712 and his successor Jahandar Shah was assassinated on the orders of the Sayyid Brothers. Maha Singh, the garrison commander of Jamrud, kept the invaders at bay for four days and managed meanwhile to send a desperate appeal for help to Hari Singh Nalva at Peshawar. Khan's father, Mehraj Bibi (his wife – the girl he was engaged to in Tirah) and his five brothers arrived in Berasia in 1712, with around 50 tribesmen of the Mirazikhel. Khan appointed Maulvi Mohammad Saleh as the qazi (judge), built a mosque and a fort, and installed his loyal Afghan lieutenants in various administrative capacities. Dost Mohammad Khan (Persian: دوست محمد خان, Pashto: دوست محمد خان, December 23, 1793 – June 9, 1863) was the founder of the Barakzai dynasty and one of the prominent rulers of Afghanistan during the First Anglo-Afghan War. He released the imprisoned men, but returned only half of the Khan's belongings.  In return, Khan conveyed his loyalty to the Emperor. 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