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Muslim Invasions on India


      Muslim Invasions-Arab Conquest of Sindh
No. Arab Conquest of Sindh
1. Muhammad Prophet was born in 570 A.D.
2. Muhammad Prophet went to Madina in 622 A.D.
3. Prophet Muhammad was died in 632 A.D.
4. The frist Muslims invaded India were Arabs.
5. The last Hidu king of North India was Harsha.
6. The first Muslim expedition on India took place in 712 A.D.
7. Dahir was the (Hindu) king of Sind at the time of invasion of Muhammad-Bin-Quasim on it.
8. Muhammad Ghor established first Islamic empire in India.
9. Muhammad Ghazni invaded India 17 times between 1000-1026 A.D.
10. Muhammad Ghazni plundered somnath temple in Kathiawar in 1025 A.D.
11. The first Tarin war took place in 1191 A.D.
12. The second Tarian war took place in 1192 A.D.
13. The king of Kanauj Jaya Chandra was defeated and killed by Muhammad Ghor in the battle of Chandwar.
14. Gurjara Prathiharas gave stiff resistance to Arabs.
15. The battle of Chandwar took place in 1194.
16. Bayana and Gwaliyar were conquered by Muhammad Ghor in 1195 A.D
17. Muhammad Ghor was died while suppressing the rebellion of Khokhars.
18. Muhammad Ghor was assassinated in 1206.
19. The first expedition of Muhammmad Ghor in 1175 was against Multan.
20. The ruler of sind Dahir was defeated and deposed by Arab invaders.
21.  The battle of Rewar took place between Muhammad Bin Quasim and Dahir, the Sindh ruler.
22. Firadausi was the court poet of Muhammad Gazini.
23. The period of 17 raids by Muhammad Gazini on India was 1001-1026.
24. Muhammad Ghur conquered Punjab in 1175.
25. The battle of Chandwar took place in 1194.

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