Noor Mohammad Kalhoro

Noor Mohammad Kalhoro

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Main Noor Muhammed Kalhoro
Mian Noor Muhammed Khan Kalhoro
Sultan And Saint of Sindh and the other Parts of Todays Pakistan
Reign 1719-1755
Coronation Khudabad
Heir apparent Muhammad Muradyab Khan
Full name
Amir Noor Muhammed Khan Kalhoro
House Royal House of Abbasid
Father Yar_Muhammad_Kalhoro
Born Auguest 6, 1968
Died June 19, 1755
Religion Islam - Sunni

Mian Noor Muhammad Kalhoro (1698-1755)(Sindhi: ميان نور محمد ڪلهوڙو) ruled over Sindh as Subahdar of Mughal Emperor from 1719 till 1736 when he consolidated his power over entire Sindh subjugating Bakhar Sarkar(Northern Sindh),Sehwan Sarkar(Central Sindh) and Thatta Sarkar(Southern Sindh) under his control and thus establishing a sovereign state, independent of Mughal Empire suzerainty.

In the year 1736, Main Noor Mohammad Kalhoro was officially entitled as the Kalhora Nawab of Sindh and was given the title Nawab Khuda-Yar Khan by the Mughal Emperor Muhammad Shah.In 1739,during invasion of Nader Shah Mian fled to Umerkot for shelter but was captured by the King of Iran. Mian Noor Mohammad Kalhoro sent a small force to assassinate Nader Shah and turn events in favor of the Mughal Emperor during the Battle of Karnal in 1739 but this plot failed. .


Read more about Noor Mohammad KalhoroEarly History, Conquest of Siwi(Sibi), Conquest of Siwistan and Thatta, Nadir Shah's Invasion of Sindh, Sindh Post-Persian Invasion, Fighting With Certain Hindu Chiefs, The Mian Receives The Title of Shahnawaz Khan and His Sons Return From Persia, Death of Mian Noor Muhammad and The Election of His Son Muradyab Khan

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