Durraniyan

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Durraniyan
İmperatoriya Durraniyan
د درانیانو واکمني

 

 

 

1747–1826
 

Bayrak

Ahmed Şah Dürrânî dı tewr hera sinor.
Paytext Kendehar
(1747–1776)
Kabil
(1776–1823, 1839–1842)
Peşawer
(1776–1818; paytextê zımıstani)[1][2]
Herat
(1818–1826)[3]
Zon(i) Peştuki, Farski (resmi)
Din
İdare Monarşiye
Şah
 - 1747 - 1772 Ahmed Şah Dürrânî
 - 1803 - 1809 Şüca Şah Dürrânî
weziyetê ewroy Efğanıstan Efğanıstan
Hindıstan Hindıstan
İran İran
Pakıstan Pakıstan
Tacikistan Tacikistan
Türkmenistan Türkmenistan
Özbekistan Özbekistan

Durraniyan, terefê Peştunan ra dewleta ke şah Ahmed Şah Dürrânî naya ro. Serranê 1747 u 1826 miyan de Efğanıstan de hıkum kerdo.

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  1. Hanifi, Shah Mahmoud. "Timur Shah transferred the Durrani capital from Qandahar in 1775-76. Kabul and Peshawar then shared time as the dual Durrani capital cities, the former during the summer and the latter during the winter season." p. 185. Connecting Histories in Afghanistan: Market Relations and State Formation on a Colonial Frontier. Stanford University Press, 2011. Retrieved 2012-08-04.
  2. Singh, Sarina (2008). "Like the Kushans, the Afghan kings favoured Peshawar as a winter residence, and were aggrieved when the upstart Sikh kingdom snatched it in 1818 and levelled its buildings." p. 191. Pakistan and the Karakoram Highway. Retrieved 2012-08-10.
  3. L. Lee, Jonathan (1996). The Ancient Supremacy: Bukhara, Afghanistan and the Battle for Balkh, 1731-1901 (illustrated bas.). BRILL. s. 116. ISBN 9004103996. Erişim tarihi: March 8, 2013. [The Sadozai kingdom] continued to exist in Herat until the city finally fell to Dost Muhammad Khan in 1862.