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Mughal Bangash

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Timured/Mughal

Subject Era:

Humayun 1530–1556

Author:

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Volume:

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Edition:

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Year:

1984

Publisher and Place:

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Languages:

Bengali

ISBN 10|13:

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Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-1000001-250215

Publisher date:

1540

Description

The Bangash or Bungish (Pashto: بنګښ‎; also spelled Bangakh) are a tribe of ethnic Pashtuns. Their traditional homeland, historically known as "Bangash district," stretches from Kohat to Tall and Spīn Ghar in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Pakistan, as well as smaller parts of Paktia, Afghanistan. The Bangash are also settled in large numbers in Uttar Pradesh, India, especially in the city of Farrukhabad, which was founded in 1714 by Nawab Muhammad Khan Bangash. Unlike other Pashtuns , the Bangash primarily follow Shia Islam. The Bangash mostly speak a northern variety of Pashto similar to Afridi Pashto.

During the early modern period, the Bangash homeland was known as "Bangash district and was ruled by the Khan Of Hangu since 1540 which is well documented " Babur, a Timurid (and later Mughal) ruler from Fergana (in present-day Uzbekistan) who captured Kabul in 1504, described Bangash district in his Baburnama as one of the 14 tūmān of Kabul province.