The eldest son, Sultan Ahmad Mirza, ruled over Samarkand & Bukhara, the third son, Sultan Mahmud Mirza took Balkh & Badakhshan, and the fourth son, Umar Shaikh Mirza II, became the ruler of Ferghana. Umar Sheikh Mirza II (1456– 10 June 1494) was the ruler of Farghana Valley. Mirza Ulugh Baig II bin abu said Umar Shaikh Mirza II bin abu said Reign Samarkand: 1451–1469 Herat: 1459–1469 Born 1424 Birthplace Herat Died 1469 05 Umar Shaikh Mirza II (1469–1494 C.E.) Dost Mohammad however consolidated his hold on all settled lands in Eastern Moghulistan, known at the time as Uyghurstan. [1] As a result, Yunus and his supporters fled to Ulugh Beg, the Timurid ruler of Transoxiana, who however imprisoned the group. As a consequence of his alliance with the Khazaks, he made an enemy out of the rival Uzbeks. Since Yunus Khan had spent much of his early life in the towns of Yazd and Shiraz as a student, he had developed a taste for settled life in towns and a certain discomfort with the nomadic lifestyle of his community, the Mughals. 1463). When Yunus moved to take the town of Kashgar, he was faced by the joined armies of Amir Sayyid Ali of Kashgar and Esen Buqa, and in the ensuing battle, he was defeated. He sent Yunus to Yazd in Iran to study under Maulana Sharaf ad-Din Ali Yazdi. 1459), wife of Umar Shaikh Mirza II, fourth son of Abu Sa'id and younger brother of Sultan Ahmed. Khub Nigar Khanim (b. Little is known about his life, though through his son Sultan Abu Sa'id Mirza, he was the great-grandfather of Babur, founder of the Mughal Empire of India. 1485) was the second son of Umar Sheikh Mirzaand half brother of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire. Ruling from Aksu as Khan, Yunus Khan maintained good relations with the Timurids and with Janybek Khan and Karai Khan, the founders of the Khazak Horde (in 1465-1466). He was succeeded in Tashkent by his eldest son, Sultan Mahmud Khan, while the Moghuls in the east followed Ahmad Alaq. In 1484, Yunus Khan took advantage of one of the periodic conflicts between Sultan Ahmad and Umar Shaikh Mirza II to take possession of Tashkent. This was a major issue in that milieu, and the amirs invited Sultan Ahmad's governor of Tashkent, Shaikh Jamal Khan, to displace Yunus Khan and usurp power. Umar Sheikh Mirza II (deceased) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. After Abu Sa'id Mirza was killed by the White Sheep Turkmen in 1468, his realm was split between his sons. He was the firstborn son, and his father, Umar Sheikh Mirza II, was the ruler of Fergana Valley. ); Qutluq Negār Nigar Khānum; Fatima Sultan Agha and Mother of Jahangir Mirza Husband of Ai Begum Brother of Babur; Nasir Mirza. His consciousness of his high birth would have prevented him from accepting wives of inferior birth, but his recent rise had removed all obstacles and provided him with two suitable wives. Jump to navigation Jump to search. VI. 10 févr. The Timurid ruler Abu Sa'id had been Yunus Khan's great mentor in life, who had called him from obscurity and exile in Iran and bestowed lands and an army upon him. Yunus Khan begat two sons and two daughters by Shah Begum: In 1462, Yunus's brother Esen Buqa died. When Khoja Kalan entered Isan Daulat Begum's apartments to claim her for himself, he was trapped inside and killed there by female attendants of Isan Daulat Begum, and thus the lady managed to preserve her honour. Yunus' dealings with the Timurids were far more complex. Prince Lali agreed to give a daughter to Yunus Khan in marriage. His sons from this other two wives were Jahangir Mirza II and Nasir Mirza. Qutlugh Nigar Khanum (b. (1456 - 1494) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living relatives. He forged ties of kinship with most of the prominent Timurids; three of Yunus Khan's daughters were given in marriage to three sons of his former mentor Abu Sa'id. The following observation was made by a religious dignitary to Muhammad-Haydar Mirza Dughlat: I had heard that Yunus Khan was a Moghul, and I concluded that he was a beardless man, with the ways and manners of any other Turk of the desert. He was born in Andijan, a city in Fergana Valley, which is now known as Uzbekistan. Khoja Kalan lost his life, and Shaikh Jamal Khan who lost his honour in the eyes of the amirs for having been so cavalier and insensitive in handing over a married woman to someone as booty of war. After her father died, her half-brother (see below) gave her in marriage to Muhammad Hussain Mirza Kurkan. People Projects Discussions Surnames After the Maulana died, Yunus wandered around for some time before settling down in the city of Shiraz in Iran. Yunus Khan was also unable to prevent the rise of the Dughlat Mirza Abu Bakr, who had earlier taken Yarkand, Khotan and Kashgar from other members of his family, and defeated Yunus Khan's attempts to quell him. During this time, his support among his principal amirs (noblemen) had eroded. Babur was an Uzbek warrior who laid the foundation of the Mughal dynasty in the Indian subcontinent and became the first Mughal emperor. According to Gérard Chaliand, Timur was a Muslim but he saw himself as Genghis Khan's heir. However, the amirs soon had cause to regret the choice they had made, for Shaikh Jamal Khan was not a wise and moderate man; he was given to over-reach and excess. This would indicate that because of his poverty and lack of prospects, he had been unable to secure wives of respectable rank until this time. Their only son, Babur, would become the founder of the Mughal empire. Shah Sultan Muhammad Badakhshi (also known as "Prince Lali") was believed to be a direct descendant of Iskandar Zulkarnain (Alexander the Great), son of Filikus Rumi (Phillip II of Macedon), who according to (dubious) legend left one of his sons in the isolated mountain country out of reach of rivals in hope that his progeny would continue his dynasty in the East. Umar had two other wives and had three sons and five daughters from his wives. Jahangir Mirza II (b. V. Umar Shaikh Mirza was the fourth son of Sultan Abu Said Mirza. Note that Yunus Khan entered into his second marriage just around one year after his first marriage, and he was already around 40 years old by this time. The dughlat amir of Kashgar, Muhammad Haidar Mirza, supported Dost Muhammad, but his brother Saniz Mirza, the amir of Yarkand (who, it will be recollected, had taken Yunus Khan's help and invited him into Kashgar in 1457) supported Yunus Khan, and expelled Dost Mohammad from Kashgar. Qutlugh married Prince Umar Shaikh, the fourth son of Abu Sa'id Mirza, the Emperor of the Timurid Empire in 1475. Umar Shaikh Mirza died in a freak accident in Aksi fort, North Fergana, on 10 June 1494. [1], Jahangir Mirza was the focus of a rival coterie of Mughal Begs for claiming the family fiefdom of Umar Sheikh, the kingdom of Farghana and its dependencies, in the initial years of Babur's reign as a young Timurid prince. In Babr Nama written by Babur, Page 19, Chapter 1; described genealogy of his maternal grandfather Yunas Khan as: "Yunas Khan descended from Chaghatai Khan, the second Sultan Ahmed Mirza was the eldest son of Abu Sa'id Mirza on whose death he became the Timurid ruler of Samarkand and Bukhara from 1469 until 1494. Jahangir Mirza was awarded Ghazni for his labours in Babur's successful campaign for the conquest of Kabul in 1504. He was the fourth son of Abu Sa'id Mirza and father of Babur. [4] Although Yunus Khan was his eldest son, the majority favored Yunus' younger brother, Esen Buqa. 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Saniz Mirza died after only a few years, in 1464, and Dost Muhammad plundered Kashgar to avenge his previous expulsion. 3 juil. This happened in 1472. Yunus Khan died in Taskhent in 1487 after a long illness. Ulugh Beg's father, Shah Rukh, took charge of the young Yunus and treated him well. son of Chingiz Khan (as follows,) Yunas Khan, son of Wais Soon afterwards, he retreated from Moghulistan and returned to the court of Abu Sa'id, who gave him territory around Lake Issyk-Kul as a fiefdom (in appanage). The amirs were apparently upset over Yunus Khan's desire to reside in towns and abandon the traditional nomadic way of life. He was the fourth son of Abu Sa’id Mirza, the Emperor of the Timurid Empire in what is now Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, eastern Iran and Afghanistan. Mother of Sultan Ahmad Mirza; Babur; Jahangir Mirza II Umar Sheikh Mirza II; Nasir Mirza. [7], "A feast thrown by Babur's half brother Jahangir Mirza in Ghazni in May 1505", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Jahangir_Mirza_II&oldid=963602460, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 20 June 2020, at 18:49. (1456 - 1494) family tree on Geni, with over 200 million profiles of ancestors and living … All three of these princes were to eventually marry three daughters of Yunus Khan, but his relationship with them began on a discordant note. He ruled Transoxiana, Kabul, Ghazni, Kandahar and Badakhshan. His father was a son of Miran Shah, himself the third son of Timur. His decided to live in the city for at least a prolonged period, a decision which upset the other Moghuls, and many of them left for Moghulistan under the leadership of Yunus' own son Ahmad Alaq. Category:Umar Shaikh Mirza I. Abu Sa'id had become annoyed with the frequent raids that the Moghuls under Esen Buqa made into his territory and wanted to put an end to the menace. Umar Shaikh Mirza II was the ruler of the Fergana Valley. Genealogy for Nasir Mirza. Genealogy for Umar Shaikh Mirza II Shaikh Babar, (King of Ferghana Valley.) was the ruler of the Fergana Valley.He was the fourth son of Abu Sa'id Mirza, the Emperor of the Timurid Empire in what is now Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan and eastern Iran.. His first wife and chief consort was Qutlugh Nigar Khanum, a princess of the Chagatai Khanate and daughter of Yunus Khan of Moghulistan. His grandson Abu Sa'id Mirza eventually came to rule the majority of Transoxiana in the latter half of the 15th century. Abu Sa'id therefore raised Yunus to Khanship by placing him at the head of an army and sent him to Moghulistan to reduce his brother. He was embroiled in the Timurid Civil Wars with his brothers Umar Shaikh Mirza II and Sultan Mahmud Mirza. Yunus Khan spent several years studying under the Maulana in Yazd, in the process becoming one of the most educated Moghuls of his time. Edit Jahangir Mirza II(b. Umar Shaikh Mirza was one of four sons of Timur who survived infancy. When Vais Khan was killed in 1428 AD, the Moghuls were split as to who should succeed him. His son eldest son was Babur Mirza from his wife Qutlugh Nigar Khanum. Shortly afterwards, after learning that Kebek Sultan (the young son of Dost Mohammad) had been killed by his followers, Yunus Khan to take control of Eastern Moghulistan (Uyghurstan). At that time he was barely eleven years old. She was his first wife and chief consort. During the Ming Turpan Border Wars he had taken Hami in 1473, but the Chinese evicted him into Turfan. Timur was born in Transoxiana, near the City of Kesh (an area now better known as Shahrisabz, "the green city"), some fifty miles south of Samarkand in modern day Uzbekistan, part of the Chagatai Khanate. [3][page needed]. Jahangir Mirza was in Babur's camp in the latter part of his career and strongly suggested the launch on attack on Qalat-i-Ghilzai during Babur's illness in 911 AH according to the Baburnama. [6] The last mention of Jahangir Mirza in the Baburnama is in the events of 913 AH when his wife, the mother of his son Pir-i-Muhammad, came to pay respects to Babur. He was almost seventy years old by this time, and was once again yearning to give up the nomadic lifestyle for a settled life in some town. Umar Shaikh Mirza II (1456–1494 C.E.) Babur was born 14th February 1483, to Umar Sheikh Mirza II, and Qutlugh Nigar Khanum. His mother, a daughter of the Khan of Moghulistan, Khizr Khoja, was subsequently remarried to Umar Shaikh's younger brother Shah Rukh. 1485) was the second son of Umar Sheikh Mirza and half brother of Babur, the founder of the Mughal Empire. [5] Babur later visited him in Ghazni as is evident by a contemporary miniature painting of a feast thrown by him in Ghazni in Babur's honour in May 1505. Yunus Khan was a direct male-line descendant of Genghis Khan, through his son Chagatai Khan. He ruled Ferghana in Uzbekistan. But when I saw him, I found he was a person of elegant deportment, with a full beard and a Tajik face, and such refined speech and manner, as is seldom to be found even in a Tajik. Khan, son of Sher-'ali Aughlon, son of Muhammad Khan, son Yunus Khan often intervened to iron out the issues between his two sons-in-law. 1463). Yunus Khan came into Kashgar after receiving this invitation. His mother was the daughter of Suhrab Kurd and a relative of Izz al-din Shir of Hakkari, who was a … [2] However, Jahangir Mirza later shared an almost stable relation with Babur as is evident by his survival as a Mirza with his own following and his later status as a first among equals among the lower-ranking Mirzas of the Timurid clan. [3] She became the mother of, This page was last edited on 8 December 2020, at 18:27. Dost Muhammad's son, Kebek Sultan, who was only a child, was whisked away by his supporters to Turpan (Uyghurstan), where he ruled nominally for a few years before being killed by the same supporters. Découvrez vos propres épingles sur Pinterest et enregistrez-les. He was two years younger to Babur and his mother, Fatima Sultan, belonged to the clan of Mughal Tuman Begs. He was the father of Babur. was the ruler of the Fergana Valley. Umar Shaikh Mirza II (1469–1494 C.E.) was the ruler of the Fergana Valley. He died while returning from his Ferghana expedition against Babur, the twelve-year-old son and successor of Umar Shaikh Mirza II. He demonstrated these qualities strikingly when he gave Yunus Khan's first wife, Isan Daulat Begum, maternal grandmother of Babur, as a present (or booty of war) to his officer Khoja Kalan. Abu Sa'id Mirza was born in 1424, the second son of the Timurid prince Muhammad Mirza by his wife Shah Islam. After her father died, her half-brother (see below) gave her in marriage to Muhammad Hussain Mirza Kurkan. The Moghuls were divided over whether to support his son, Dost Muhammad, or his elder brother, namely Yunus himself, as his successor. A direct descendant of the Turco-Mongol conqueror Timur, he was eldest son of Umar Sheikh Mirza, the ruler of the Fergana Valley. He was the fourth son of Abu Sa'id Mirza, the Emperor of the Timurid Empire in what is now Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, eastern Iran and Afghanistan. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Mihr Nigar Khanim was married to Sultan Ahmad Mirza; Qutlugh Nigar Khanum was married to Umar Shaikh Mirza II in 1475 (their son was Babur, founder of the Great Moghul Empire in India), and finally, Sultan Nigar Khanum was given in marriage to Sultan Mahmud Mirza (their son, Sultan Vais Mirza, better known as Mirza Khan, would become king of Badakhshan). His eldest son Babur Mirza founded the Mughal Empire in 1525 and was the first Mughal Emperor of India. His sons from this other two wives were Jahangir Mirza II and Nasir Mirza. Sultan Ahmed Mirza was the eldest son of Abu Sa'id Mirza on whose death he became the Timurid ruler of Samarkand and Bukhara from 1469 until 1494. This happened in the same year, 1472. Umar Shaikh Mirza II (1469–1494 C.E.) He entrusted his fourth daughter, Shah Begum, to Sayyid Zia-ud-Din, who brought her back with him to Kashgar and delivered her over to Yunus Khan, and the wedding was celebrated with due ceremony. Yunus Khan kept on especially friendly terms with his second son-in-law, Umar Shaikh Mirza II, and it was Umar Shaikh who usually gave his father-in-law territory to reside in during the winters (the Timurids were settled in towns and ruled the attached provinces; Yunus Khan, after having promised his amirs to maintain the nomadic lifestyle, kept his word). Aisan-bugha Khan, son of Dawa Khan, son of Baraq Khan, was the ruler of the Fergana Valley. Umar Shaikh Mirza II(1456–1494 C.E.) Découvrez vos propres épingles sur Pinterest et enregistrez-les. This duly happened; the Moghuls submitted to Shaikh Jamal Khan, who took over power and also imprisoned Yunus Khan for a year. Genealogy for Umar Shaikh Mirza II, (King of Ferghana Valley.) His eldest son Babur Mirza founded the Mughal Empire in 1525 and was the first Mughal Emperor of India. In 1457, dughlat Amir Sayyid Ali of Kashgar (Esen Buqa's ally the previous year) died and his son Saniz Mirza sought Yunus Khan's assistance to gain power in Kashgar. Jahangir Mirza was present at numerous feasts and celebrations by Babur during his onward march towards Kabul. After Abu Said's death, the Kingdom was divided among his sons and Umar Shaikh got the area of Ferghana. Khan, son of Chingiz Khan"[4], The Babur Nama in English, Zahiru'd-din Mubammad Babur Padshah Ghdzt, ANNETTE SUSANNAH BEVERIDGE, The Tarikh-i-Rashidi: a history of the Moghuls of central Asia by Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat; Editor: N. Elias,Translated by Sir Edward Denison Ross,Publisher:S. Low, Marston and co., 1895, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Yunus_Khan&oldid=993084667, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles containing Chinese-language text, Wikipedia articles needing page number citations from April 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Khub Nigar Khanim (b. [1][2] He was the maternal grandfather of Babur, founder of the Mughal Empire. Daughter of Yunus Khan and Isan Daulat Begum Wife of Sultān Abu Sa’id Mirza and Umar Shaikh Mirza II Shaikh Babar, (King of Ferghana Valley.) His mother Tolun Agha was a concubine. His father, Taraqai, was a minor noble belonging to the Barlas tribe. This had been a constant issue for him, due to the fact that his life until almost the age of forty had been spent in large cosmopolitan Persian cities like Yazd and Shiraz. He became the ruler of that region and took up residence in the town of Aksu, thus abandoning the nomadic style of life. Category:Umar Shaikh. He is identified by many historians with Ḥājjī `Ali (Chinese: 哈只阿力, Pinyin: Hazhi Ali) (Uyghur: ھاجى علي‎‎), of the contemporary Chinese records. Sep 17, 2018 - Umar Shaikh Mirza, the fourth son of Sultan Abu Said Mirza, the father of Babur He knew that Esen Buqa had dispossessed Yunus, and that the latter would welcome the chance for a comeback; further, Yunus had both a claim on his brother's throne and kinship ties within the community. Some time after this event, Shaikh Jamal himself was killed by Moghul amirs and Yunus Khan was restored, after promising not to live in towns but follow the nomadic way of life. He was soon blessed with progeny by both wives and became the father of a numerous family. By the time Abu Sa'id Mirza was killed in 1468, Yunus Khan had been overlord of the Mughals for about six years. 2014 - Cette épingle a été découverte par Paul Huber. Tashkent, an important city along the silk route, and cosmopolitan enough to rival the cities of Persia and was as good as it could get in central Asia. He was two years younger to Babur and his mother, Fatima Sultan, belonged to the clan of Mughal Tuman Begs. He was the fourth son of Abu Sa'id Mirza, the Emperor of the Timurid Empirein what is … Though not a Chinggisid,he clearly sought to invoke the legacy of G… Upload media son of Yesuntawa Khan, son of Muatukan, son of Chaghatai also known as Omar Sheykh Mirzā, Umar Sheikh Mirza; Before his death, her father-in-law had divided his empire between his sons and Umar was given to rule Ferghana Valley in today's Uzbekistan. She would bear Yunus three daughters: Despite his success in making allies, Yunus did not succeed in his project of displacing Esen Buqa, perhaps because he had no experience of war. Born 1469 Samarkand, Uzbekistan to Died 19 June 1494 Ferghana, Uzbekistan was the ruler of the Fergana Valley. Jahangir Mirza II Umar Sheikh Mirza II: Birthdate: estimated between 1464 and 1518 : Death: Immediate Family: Son of Umar Shaikh Mirza II Shaikh Babar, (King of Ferghana Valley. Her name was Isan Daulat Begum, and she is believed to have been his first wife, although Yunus was already about 40 years old by this time. In 1468, the Uzbeks under Shaikh Haidar came into conflict with the Moghuls; they were defeated and Shaikh Haidar was killed, breaking Uzbek power until the rise of Muhammad Shaibani by the end of the century. Shortly aftwewards however, in 1468 or 1469, Dost Muhammad died and Yunus Khan found it possible to seize Aksu. Bayqara Mirza was born c. 1392 and was the youngest son of Umar Shaikh Mirza I by his wife, the Mongol princess Malikat Agha. 2015 - Cette épingle a été découverte par Norazmi Daud. As he had no male heir, he was succeeded by his brother, Sultan Mahmud Mirza. After Shaikh Jamal was killed, Yunus Khan began actively participating (or intervening) in the affairs of the Timurids. Jump to navigation Jump to search ... Timurid prince, son of Timur. Umar Shaikh Mirza died in a freak accident in Aksi fort, North Fergana, on 10 June 1494. After a while, Yunus Khan again entered Moghulistan and again gained the support of the amirs, but was again unable to make any substantial gains in the country against Esen Buqa. His father, the eldest of the four sons of Timur, died in 1394 when Bayqara was about two years old. Yunus Ali was the eldest son of Uwais Khan (or Vais Khan) of Moghulistan. The Barlas, who were originally a Mongol tribe that became Turkified. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Shortly afterwards, he sent one of the most respectable Sayyids of Kashgar, Amir Zia-ud-Din, to Badakhshan to meet Shah Sultan Muhammad Badakhshi and seek one of his six daughters in marriage. As expected, Yunus Khan's ties of kinship and claim to tribal leadership proved great advantages. In 1456, Abu Sa'id, the Timurid ruler of Transoxiana, sent for Yunus Khan. of Khizr Khwaja Khan, son of Tughluq-timur Khan, son of He was the fourth son of Abu Sa'id Mirza, the Emperor of the Timurid Empire in what is now Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, eastern Iran and Afghanistan. His mother was a descendant of Genghis Khan. He succeeded to the throne of Farghana, a small state in Central Asia, when his father Umar Sheikh Mirza died. Being of a rather unworldly and poetic temperament, Umar Shaikh II often needed the help of his father-in-law to deal with his own elder brother, Ahmad Mirza, with whom his relations had been bad since childhood for no particular reason. He quickly gained the support of several amirs (nobles) and married the daughter one of them, Mir Pir Haji Kunji. His son eldest son was Babur Mirza from his wife Qutlugh Nigar Khanum. 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