Baba Ayub [Baba hib-i-Sarmast]
Sangin Ali, Ataliq to the rulers of Raisan
(with whom we treat).
Sangin ‘Ali [Shah Sangali], son of Khushal. Entered the service of the rulers of Raisan and was appointed to the office of Ataliq. He d. 1570, having had issue, four sons, including:
1) Muhammad Reza. Succeeded his father in the office of Ataliq, but exercised the powers of a regent. He was k. by his nephews, ca. 1585, having had issue, at least four sons (two of whom were k. with their father):
i) Shah Alam, Mehtar of Chitral and Yasin (s/o Shah Katur’s daughter) - see below.
ii) Shah Faramurz, Mehtar of Chitral and Yasin (s/o Shah Katur’s daughter) - see below.
iii) Badshah. He had issue, including two sons and a daughter:
(1) Sulaiman Shah, Mehtar of Mastuj. Governor of Ghizr under his brother Malik Aman Shah. Naib-i-Saltanat of Gilgit 1822-1825. He was k. by Azad Khan at the Sher Qila, ca. 1825 (bur. Gakuch, later transferred to Yasin), having had issue:
(a) A son. m. Badshah Begum (m. second, Mehtar Malik Aman Shah, Mehtar of Yasin and Mastuj, and had further issue - see below), daughter of Raja Ghazanfar ‘Ali Khan I, Mir of Hunza, by his wife, Bibi Ji, daughter of Mehtarjao Sher Shah, of Yasin. He had issue, two sons:
(i) Khushwaqt II (s/o Badshah Begum).
(ii) Sherdil Aman (s/o Badshah Begum).
(a) A daughter. m. ca. 1822, Raja Ghazanfar ‘Ali Khan I, Mir of Hunza (d. at Baltit Fort, 1864), third son of Raja Shah Salim Khan III, Mir of Hunza. She had issue - see Pakistan (Hunza).
(b) A daughter. m. before 1825, Raja Ji Khan.
(2) Mehtar Malik Aman Shah, Mehtar of Yasin and Mastuj. m. Badshah Begum, widow of his cousin, and daughter of Raja Ghazanfar ‘Ali Khan I, Mir of Hunza, by his wife, Bibi Ji, daughter of Mehtarjao Sher Shah, of Yasin. He d. ca. 1833, having had issue, fourteen sons, including:
(a) Mehtarjao Vreman Shah. Governor of Mastuj under his father.
(b) Mehtar Gohar Aman Shah, Mehtar of Yasin and Mastuj (s/o Badshah Begum). Succeeded on the death of his paternal uncle, ca. 1825. Invaded and conquered Gilgit in 1848, facing and defeating a large Dogra force in 1852. Expelled from Yasin and Mastuj by Adam Khor in 1855, and from Gilgit by the Dogras in 1856. Recovered Yasin and Mastuj in 1856, and took Gilgit fort in 1857. m. a daughter of Shah Muhammad Afzal II, Mehtar of Chitral. He d. 1860, having had issue, several sons, including:
1. Mehtarjao Mukaddas Aman (s/o a consort). He d. at Chitral, 1930, having had issue, a son:
a. Mehtarjao Shah Jahan-i-Mulk.
(ii) Mir Wali. Governor of Warshegun 1862.
(iii) Mehtar Ghulam Muhi ud-din Shah Khuswaqte, Pahlawan Bahadur, Mehtar of Yasin, Kush, Ghizr and Ishkoman (youngest son) (s/o Shah Muhammad Afzal II’s daughter). Governor of Mastuj under Aman ul-Mulk 1860. Invaded Punial and Gilgit in an attempt to expel the Dogras in 1880. Defeated and fled, his possessions were annexed to Chitral. m. ca. 1860, a daughter of Shah Muhammad Aman ul-Mulk II, Mehtar of Chitral and Yasin, Master of Ghizr, Ishkoman and Suzerain of Kafiristan. He d. 1870.
(v) A daughter. m. 1858, Raja Muhammad Khan II, Ra of Gilgit (b. at Gor, 1829; d. in Kashmir, 1859), son of Raja Shah Karim Khan, Ra of Gilgit, by his wife, Malika Sahibnuma Bibi, Malika of Gilgit, only surviving child of Raja Muhammad Khan, Ra of Gilgit.
(ii) A daughter. m. as his second wife, Raja Mir Zahid Zafar Khan, Mir of Nagar (d. 1904).
(c) Mehtarjao Khalil Aman Shah.
(d) Mehtarjao Akbar Aman Shah. Captured the forts of Bargu and Shukayot in Gilgit from the Dogras in 1848.
(e) Mehtarjao Azmat Shah. Fled to Swat when the Dogras were defeated by his nephew in 1856. Entered the service of the Maharaja of Kashmir and returned in 1857, but was expelled from Gilgit 1859. Governor of Yasin 1860.
(3) Mehtarjao Quwwat Khan. Governor of Warshequm under his elder brother Malik Aman. He was k. at Punial, after 1834.