The Great Seljuk Episode 32 In Urdu Subtitles

Nader Shah Afshar was born around either 1698or 1699 in the province of Khorasan into the nomadic pastoralist Afshar tribe of Oghuz Turkoman origin. After escaping a life of slavery from marauding Uzbeks, Nader enlisted as a musketeer in the army and eventually rose through the ranks to become the right-hand man of the governor of Khorasan during the reign of the Iranian Safavid Empire. By the year 1724, the Safavid Empire was incomplete chaos. After ruling Iran, most of Iraq, and parts of Central

Asia for over two hundred years, they were beset upon by enemies on all sides:Just two years prior, Ghilzai Mir Mahmud Hotaki of the rebellious Afghan Hotaki dynasty had managed to overthrow the ruling Safavid shah Sultan Husayn. At the same time, lands were seized by the expansionist Ottoman Turks and by the Russian Empire under Peter the Great in the east and north, respectively. During the chaos,

Nader had managed to broker a deal with the Hotaks to rule the city of Kalat. However, as soon as Mahmud Hotaki began demanding the allegiance of all his new subjects, Nader refused and instead began raising his own army in rebellion. Sultan Husayn’s son had declared himself Shah Tahmasp II and sought support from the Qajar tribe to reclaim the throne.

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Tahmasp also asked Nader to join their cause,and he agreed. Nader soon became the chief of the royalist army, and knew that many battles were to be fought in order to save Iran from total collapse. And thus began a series of military reforms that would not only lead to the expulsion of Iran’s enemies, but help establish what was arguably one of the strongest superpowers in the world for a brief period. The campaigns undertaken by Nader Shah deservesits own series, which I hope to cover in the near future, but for now we are taking a lookat the new structure of the Persian army that would be the standard in the subsequent Afsharid Dynasty. At the beginning, Nader had inherited the remaining army of the Safavids,

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