Moqim Khani Biography Importance in the Eyes of Historians and the Study of References Related to Topics

Mohammad Geraili Kerapi

Abstract


Moqim Khani biography written by Mohammad Yousuf Monshi such as handwritten and authentic reference as the basis handwritten in view of historians has attracted particularly European writers. Historians who have studied an investigation into the sources are the German scholar, "V.Vambery" and famous professor of the University of St. Petersburg, "Synkavosky" who published a part of Moqim Khani subjects with explanations in French in a volume of 132 p and the renowned historian "A.Symyanof" published this reference in the Russian language. Here we can mention the sources that have had the issues related to Moqim Khani biography, including: Bebernameh, Zahireddin Baber, and the other Bahrol Asrar Fi Manaqebol Akhyar Mahmoud Ibn Vali, Maskharol Belad, Bukhara history, the history of the inlux of nomads Cumania to Transoxania, Habibol Seir and other credible sources. And an issue that has been mentioned is tools and oppositions of the rulers of Bukhara and Balkh, and the role and influence of religion in the political structure of the state and government representatives, and also the role of landowners and nomads who are considered stakeholders in the system of government and they are important in the structure of governmental system. The comparison of Moqim Khani biography with other sources in the government structure of Transoxania and Bukhara Khani are subjects which are cited by researchers. It is hoped that it is useful.

DOI: 10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n2s2p193


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