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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Yelü Chucai (1189 1243) was a statesman of Khitan ethnicity with royal family lineage to the Liao Dynasty, and became a vigorous adviser and administrator of the early Mongol Empire in the Confucian tradition. He was the first of Genghis Khan retainers to suggest the policy of Mongol conquests, and he also introduced many administrative reforms in North China during the reign of Genghis Khan and his successor Ögedei. Well versed in Buddhist scriptures and a practitioner in Daoism, Yelü Chucai had become best known for his service as the chief adviser to Genghis Khan. Yelü Chucai's father Yelu Lu, served with the Jurchen Jin Dynasty, which defeated the Liao Dynasty in 1125, and it was the unified Mongolian army under Genghis Khan that began a war of conquest against the Jin Dynasty in 1211. Both Jurchen and Khitan rebels joined the Mongols in the fight against the Jin Dynasty, and Yelü Chucai joined Genghis Khan's administration in the year 1218 at the age of 28. In death, Yelü Chucai was honored with a tomb beside Beijing's Kunming Lake, later moved to the gardens of the Summer Palace.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Qazi Mian Muhammad Amjad was born of famous qadi's family of Naushera, Soon Valley. He belonged to Awan (Pakistan) tribe of ancient repute. His full name was Qazi Mian Muhammad Amjad al hashmi,al alwi, al hanafi. He was a descendant of Hazrat Ali Ibn Abi Talib, the fourth caliph of Islam from Al-Abbas ibn Ali. He was grand son of Qazi Kalim Ullah, the famous muslim qadi and jurist of Naushera in the time of Mughal Emperors. He Knew Arabic, Persian, and Urdu languages. He was a great legal scholar of the Hanafi school of Islamic law. His legal scholarship was unparalleled in the area. During the period of British government, he rendered a great service to Islamic laws and Fiqah. He was also a Muhaddith (one who specializes in Hadith literature). He was a great admirer of Sir Syed Ahmed Khan, and Aligarh Movement. He supported this movement in his area. The author of this article have seen in his library, an application written by him to the British Deputy Commissioner of District Shahpur, now District Sargodha, to establish a High School in Naushera.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! General Ved Prakash Malik or General V.P. Malik (born November 1, 1939 in Dera Ismail Khan, North West Frontier Province, British India) served as 19th Chief of Army Staff of the Indian Army from 30-September-1997 till 30-September-2000. He has received the Ati Vishisht Seva Medal and the Param Vishisht Seva Medal for distinguished service to the Indian Army and to the nation, He was Army Chief during Kargil War. Malik is presently a resident of Panchkula, Haryana.
High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! As the Moghul power declined and the emperors lost their paramountcy and they became first the puppets and then the prisoners of their feudatories, so Awadh grew stronger and more independent. Its capital city was Faizabad. Of all the Muslim states and dependencies of the Mughal empire, Awadh had the newest royal family. They were descended from a Persian adventurer called Sa'adat Khan, originally from Khurasan in Persia. There were many Khurasanis in the service of the Mughals, mostly soldiers, and if successful, they could hope for rich rewards. Burhan ul Mulk Sa'adat Khan proved to be amongst the most successful of this group. In 1732, he was made governor of the province of Awadh. His original title was Nazim, which means Governor, but soon he was made Nawab. In 1740, the Nawab was called Wazir or vizier, which means Chief Minister, and thereafter he was known as the Nawab Wazir. In practice, from Sa'adat Khan onwards, the titles had been hereditary, though in theory they were in the gift of the Mughal emperor, to whom allegiance was paid.