Durrani Reign

Durrani Reign

 

Hazara remained some portion of the Durrani Afghan kingdom, from the mid-eighteenth to the mid nineteenth hundreds of years. The lower Hazara plain was a different managerial locale connected to the Chacch and Attock regions of Northern Punjab though a large portion of upper Hazara was appended to the Durrani “Subah” or governorship of Kashmir, except for the Tanawal “Ilaqa” or territory, which delighted in autonomous status. The most imperative Tanoli boss at that point, Mir Navab Khan, battled the Durranis in various little fights and at last met his passing on account of Sardar Azim Khan Durrani in 1818.

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