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Journal: تاریخ
Year:1390 | Volume:6 | Issue:20
Start Page:145 | End Page:169

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THE STUDY OF TEYMOUR'S ATTACK ON INDIA AND ITS IMPACTS ON ISLAM'S SPREAD

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 Start Page 145 | End Page 169

Abstract

AMIR TEYMOURGourkani, the founder of Teymouriandynasty, ruled powerfully over most Asian countries from 771 to 807 in Islamic lunar calendar. He was the son of Amir Turgay and was brought up in a Turkish tribe called Berlas in "Turkestan" in former years. In his youth, he was given the responsibility of governing his own hometown and, after marrying the daughter of Kashqar'sruler, was given the name "gourkan" which means "groom" in the local language there. Following numerous conquests, he hit upon the idea of invading INDIA and subsequently implemented his plans in 801. In the present study, firstly, the attack of Teymour on INDIA, INDIA's internal affairs, the reasons for the invasion, description of some significant wars, the conquest of DELHI, the approach to INDIAn people, the economic consequences, and Teymour's efforts at the spread of Islam are analyzed. Afterwards, according to the information mentioned, the question of whether or not his attempts have had a positive effect on the spread of Islam in INDIA, is raised and carefully studied. Based on the facts and data provided, we'll try to have the answer brought to light.

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