Author Topic: Sindh sultanate , jalaluddin M.mangubarni (1220-1224) . Billion Jital (G&G # SS 7),  (Read 75 times)

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Offline sarwar khan

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Jalaudin muhammad Mangubarni (1220-1224)
He was the last ruler of the Khwarezmian empire. His empire was a vast area now belonging to Iran, Uzbekistan, partly to Kazakhstan and partly to Turkmenistan. Jalal ud din fled to India with Chengiz Khan following him at his heels in AD.1220. He was denied refuge at Delhi by Iltutmash. He captured Lahore and some land around. When Iltutmash marched to Lahore in 1224, Mingburnu left and attacked Sind, defeating Nazir ud din Qubacha and then retreated to Persia.

Details about the coin -
Sultan - Jalal ud-din Mangubarni(1220-1224 AD), Denomination - Jital,
Obv - bull to left; shri jalaladina in cursive nagari around,
Rev - Horseman to right; sri hamirah above,
Weight -  3.25 gram.
Condition -  fine.

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Sarwar khan
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Very nice representative specimen of the "Nandana type" coinage. Where your other recent post already showed the Qarlughid version.

Below a totally different style Mangubarni horseman from Taliqan.

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Very nice representative specimen of the "Nandana type" coinage. Where your other recent post already showed the Qarlughid version.

Below a totally different style Mangubarni horseman from Taliqan.
Very nice coins TH coins sir

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