SWAT

 

The Tirmizi Dynasty

GENEALOGY

Qambar 'Ali, of Termiz, on the Amur Darya River (now in Uzbekistan).
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Ghaus-i-Buner, Sayyid 'Ali Termizi [Pir Baba Rahmatu'llah Allahi].
b. 1506 AD (bur. Pasha Kili, Buner).
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Syed 'Abdu'l Wahab (bur. Fateha).
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Sayyid Zaman Shah (b. at Buner), who settled in Sathana in the 18th century.
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Sayyid Shah Gul [Shah Jee], of Sathana

Sayyid Zaman Shah. b. at Buner, and settled in Sathana in the 18th century. m. the daughter of an Afghan Sardar from Chach. He had issue, two sons:
 
1849 - 1857 Sayyid Akbar Shah, Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat, b. at Sathana, 1793, second son of Sayyid Shah Gul [Shah Jee], of Sathana, by his wife, the daughter of Sayyid Sher Shah, from the family of Ghaus-i-Buner, Sayyid 'Ali Termizi [Pir Baba Rahmatullah Alaihe]. Elected as Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat by a Loya Jirga at Saidu Sharif 1849. Established his capital at Ghaligai. He d. at Ghaligai, 1th May 1857, having had issue, including a son and a daughter:
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1857 - 1863 Sayyid Mubarak Shah Sahib, Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat, son of Sayyid Akbar Shah, Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent in 1857 and succeeded on the death of his father 1st May 1857. He neglected his religious duties and was forced to abandon his role when faced with rebellion in 1863.
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1863 - 1914 Interregnum.
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1914 - 1917 Sayyid Muhammad 'Abdu'l-Jabbar Shah, Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat. b. ca. 1880, son of Sayyid Mahmud Shah, by his wife, a daughter of Sayyid Akbar Shah, Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat, educ. at Lucknow and Azamgarh. A fine scholar and orator. Wazir-i-Azam to the Nawab of Amb 1899-1914 & 1918. Elected as Amir-i-Shariyat of Swat by the Khans and mullahs, 28th April 1914. Established his capital at Kabbal, in the Niphikhel area Bandi Bala. Opposed by the Akhund family from the outset, and eventually asked to leave Swat in September 1917. Returned with the Amb army and attempted to take Swat, but was defeated at Karakar and expelled, August 1919. Author of "Mun'amene-i-Bani Israil or The Afghan Nation". m. (first) at Amb, 1907, a daughter of Major Nawab Sir Khan-i-Zaman Khan, Nawab of Amb, KCIE. m. (second) at Sathana Fort, 1908, a daughter of "the ruler of Bokhara who had come to Abbottabad after revolution via Afghanistan with the help of Amir Abdul Rahman of Kabul".
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