Arab invasion of India | Mohammad bin qasim

Arab invasion of India | Mohammad bin qasim

(Birth: 31 December 695 AD, – Death: 18 July 715 AD,)

# Sufficient information about the Arab invasion of India is found in the book Futul-al-Baladan, dated 9th century.

# First the Arabs started in 636 AD.  In Khalifa Umar’s time unsuccessfully attacked to win the police station near Bombay.

# 636 AD  After this, there were attacks on Bharaunch, Deval Bay of Sindh and Makran.

# 664 AD  Unsuccessful invasion of al-Muhalla in.

# Followed by Abdullah’s failed invasion.

# In the first decade of the eighth century, In-al-Arihal Vihtri invaded Makran and took temporary possession, after which the door of the conquest of Sindh was opened.

# Mohammad bin Qasim was born on 31 December 695 AD.  Occurred in Arabia.

# Arab invaders came to India via ‘Bolan Darre’.

# Arabs used the word ‘Hindu’ for the first time in reference to the people of Hind (India).

# The first successful invasion of India by the Arabs led by Muhammad bin Qasim.

# Mohammed bin Qasim was given the title of Amir.

# Muhammad bin Qasim was assisted by the Buddhist monks in the Sindh campaign.

# Arabs on Sindh in 712 AD  I was victorious in

# Sindh was ruled by King Dahir at the time of the Arab invasion.

# Dahir’s father’s name was Chach.

# The main objective of the Arab invasion of India was to loot the wealth and spread the religion of Islam.

# Panchatantra was Arabic translated as Kalilavadimna.

# Arabs carried a coin named Dirham to Sindh.

# 715 AD to Muhammad bin Qasim  I returned from India.

# Mohammed bin Qasim died 18 July 715 AD  Occurred on

# Muhammad bin Qasim appointed Junaid as the Governor of Sindh.

# Junaid was defeated by Pratihara ruler Nagabhatta.

# The Arab invasion of India paved the way for future invaders.

# Arabs practiced camel farming and date palm farming in Sindh.

 

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