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Kasym Khan

Kassym Khan Zhanibekuly (1445-1518) is one of the great Kazakh khans, the son of one of the founders of the Kazakh Khanate - Az-Zhanibek Khan. The mother of the mother of Mahmoud Sultan, the brother of the famous Shaibani dynasty, Mohammed Shaybani, is the mother of the great Shaibani dynasty. [1] Table of Contents
1 Biography / 2 Generations
3 Khanate Khan
4 Kassym Khan 5 Kassym Khan's Tomb Road
6 Kassym Khan Recorded Data
8 Land
9 See More
10 Sources
Kassym Khan (Approx. 1445 - 1521) - Khan of the Kazakh Khanate (1511 - 1521), son of Az-Zhanibek Khan. The name of Kasym Khan in the history is directly related to the strengthening and strengthening of the Kazakh Khanate. Kassym Khan actively participates in the battle for the cities and regions of the Kazakh Khanate in the 70-90s of the 15th century. At that time, the son of the Kazakh khan Kerey was Buryndyk, the commander of the Kazakh army Kasim Khan. The details that describe the events of this period are known as "known Sultan and renowned genius." In the struggle for the Syr Darya, which lasted for a quarter century, Kasym Khan and other sons of Az-Zhanibek Khan defeated Shaibani Khan's armies several times at the bottom of Syganak, Sauran, Otrar, Sairam. In the 90s of the 15th century Syganak and Sauran will pass the Kazakh Khanate under a peace treaty. In these cities the rulers of Zhanibek Khan rule. In the early 15th century, Muhammad Shaibani Khan, who had overwhelmed Maverannahr, had a great deal of power in the years 1506-10, and he organized the Kazakhs four times. Former Khan Shaybani can not repel the first three campaigns of the khan. His reputation is diminished. The record says that "although Kassym was not in power at that time, his reputation was stronger than the khan," and "he moved far away from the horde of the former khan to keep himself independent". In 1510 the last and fourth campaign of Shaibani khan was directed to Kassym khan's son in the Ulytau region. Kassym Khan's army Shaybani khan's armies and throws the enemy out of Syr Darya. After this victory, no one ever thinks about the former Khan and recognizes the authority of Kassym Khan. The former will have to leave for Samarkand. In the years 1511 - 13 Kassym Khan worked as a Shaibaniler. 1512 - Early spring, in the spring of 13, Kassym Khan of Karatal asked the governor of Sairam city, Kattabek, to take over Kassym Khan's authority. Kassym Khan accepted the offer of Katabek and sent a decree to Taraz. Kasym Khan travels to Tashkent on the recommendation of Kattabek. But the campaign was unsuccessful and Kasim Khan returned to Sairam. In the summer of 1513, the King of Kassym Khan of Chu is accompanied by Sultan Sidd khan, the ruler of Mogul from Andijan. His goal was to organize a joint fight against the Suygenus Khan in Tashkent and the Dynasty of Shamans in Mawannakhr. Kassym Khan is a diplomat. the way it answers. Sultan Sayd Khan is not satisfied with his mission, but is very pleased with the honor of Kassym Khan. In the years 1517 - 21 Kassym Khan has been active in the west of the Kazakh Khanate. Part of the Nogai is connected to the Kazakhs and the border reaches the Volga River. According to Russian data, Kassym Khan died in winter in 1521. His body is buried in Saraishyk. By the time of Kassym Khan, the number of Kazakh troops will reach 200 thousand and the population will be 1 million. The border crossed to the west - to Volga, to the south - to Tashkent. Kassym Khan was one of the strongest and loyal Khan of his generation.
Kassym Khan's name has three sons. They are Mamash, Khaknazar Khan and the Sultan of Abulkhair. Makhash Khan ruled during the tragic era in the history of the Kazakh Khanate and died during the conflict. It is known that Khaknazar was the great ruler in the history of the Kazakh people. Abulkhair sultan died in the battle of Iran in 1511.
Khanate's rule
Khanum khan took over power after the ex-khan was forced to leave for Samarqand and died in a foreign country. After the reign of Kassym Khan in 1511, the Kazakh Khanate began to be called the Khan Khan. The Kazakh Khanate under Kassym Khan strengthened its political influence and became a great and powerful khanate. The territory of the Kassym khanate stretches to the west and the southern shores of the Syr Darya, to Turkestan in the south-west, to the south-east of the northern part of Zhetysu, to the mountains and mountain slopes. According to some sources, the boundary of the Kazakh Khanate in Kasym Khan reaches the northeast in the Ulytau and Balkhash rivers, and in the northwest to the Ural River. The Kazakh Khanate has more than one million people during the reign of Kasym.
About Kassym Khan, Alikhan Nurmukhamedovich Bokeikhan writes
Kassym Khan gained great military power by uniting all Kazakh people. In the eyes of the people, he enjoyed the love of the people by his peace-loving policy. Kassym Khan was very popular among the peoples of this world. After the death of Kassym Khan, the Kazakh Khanate slightly weakened, and the Kazakhs and the Mongols changed. "Kassym Khan's Skull Road

"The so-called" law "is based on the tradition of Kassym on the basis of the old traditions of the Kazakh people: The reason for its creation is: The Kazakh society of Kerey, Zhanibek and Buryndyk khan during the rule of Kassym Khan
The ethnic territory of the Kazakh people has been completely united

The Khanate has become a full-fledged part of the ethnic territory

abolished internal feudal looting and trickery, forbade tribal divisions that were constantly dying and dying in the field, and there was a peaceful abundance in the country, due to the long tradition of the nomadic peasants, land use, migration, landslides, peaceful living and production. Thus, we have grown social productive forces

We know that "The Kashim Khan's Way", "Esim Khan's Old Way" and Tauke Khan's "Seven Charter of Seven" were published and distributed to the country by the decision of this khan's office . The son of Zhangir Khan, Kassym, says, "The Way of Kassym Khan, the Old Road of Yessim Khan" and the Seven Words of Tauke Khan (Seven Horses) were called because they had made severe changes in seven of its rules. > The first decree: "If the khan of the people, the sultan, the murder of the people are killed, then pay for the value of seven each." The second decree: "If one of the ordinary presidents and slaughterers is killed, each of them is called a nobleman, ) the value of two people must be paid ".
The Third Decree: "If an innocent person kills someone because he tied his horse to the gate when entering the house, the value of" a full value ", a horse attached to the front of the house," a half-value "and a horse attached to the back of the house, "The fourth decree states:" If a child is offended by his offspring, he will be free to ask his child to kill his parents. "The fifth decree states:" The elderly child, (if not touched) - Negative black cow or black donkey "The sixth verse states:" When a widow or a widow succeeds her after she has fallen into the ditch, and has trampled the tail, the whole herd has been given back to her widow, and she has been given a thick girl or a girl "The seventh pledge is:" The camel is like a camel, a horse, a caravan, a calf, a horse, a horse, and a sheep. Moreover, he will pay a fine of nine. "

History of the Sephardic Dynasty). The author of this manuscript is Ismail Khussain Marashi Tabriz. He is known as Mir Moumayim Beck. His nickname "Da'wa" is also known. This manuscript tells us about the history of the Sephardic dynasty (XVI-XVIII century) and its relations with the neighboring countries. This manuscript is a great 372-page work. Not all pages have been dropped, at the beginning and at the end. The recording is marked on a pattern. In the first chapters of the manuscript, the story of the coming of power of the Sephydif dynasty and the formation of power. In the final part of the manuscript, the relationships of the dynasty with the Central Asian khans, their diplomatic relations with each other are discussed. The author of the manuscript "Tariq-i Safafiyya" used several sources of historical work (such as "Ra'âzat-as-Safa", "Historium-i-alam arayi Abbasi", "Habib al-siyar") to describe this work and, and I used the stories. In several places in the manuscript "History-i Safavie", it is called Kassym Khan's name. The author of the work, Kasim Khan, was a "khan" of Deshti Kipchak, sometimes referred to as "king" in several places. According to this manuscript, there is a tense situation between the Iranian Shahs and the khan of Central Asia. The facts about the Kazakh Khanate are closely related to the name of Kassym Khan. Author Dasht-i Kipchak describes a clash between Kasim Khan and Shahi Bekt. Shahi Bek is a grandson of Bukhara Khani Abdolla. The incident begins with a letter to the Khan of the Iranian Shah Ismail, Dasht-i Kipchak, written by Kassym Khan. In his letter to Kassym Khan, he reminds that Shahee Bekin has paid a special tribute to his name and warns that if it does not take action against him, it will be hard for him to face the issue. In a letter to Iranian Shah, Kassym Khan announced that Shahi had ordered the name of Bekt, instead of writing his name instead. In the letters, we see that the Iranian Shahs are very strongly considering the deal with Kassym Khan. This is all that happened before Kassan's official khan's uprising. This manuscript proves that Kassym Khan's name was known before his throne, and he enjoyed a reputation in the political scene. Until now, this manuscript has been pointed out by Ch.Stori in the "Pseudist Literature" catalog, but he pointed to this manuscript only. In general, there are many manuscripts named "History-Safavia," but this version is a valuable source for studying the history of Central Asia. "One of the manuscripts on the history of the Kazakh language was found in the National Library named after Hussein Malek in Tehran. Copies of Abbas Shah, King Mohammad Tahir Wahid Kazvin, who wrote to the kings and khans of neighboring countries - The collections in Munshaat collections of letters between Iranian Shahs and Uzbek Khan took great part in studying the history of Kazakhstan. The reason was the historical events of the Uzbek khans in the diplomatic correspondence with Iranian kings in Khorasan, Samarkand, Bukhara, Dasht-i Kipchak and Tashkent region. More specifically, the Uzbek khans about the Kazakh Khanate, who were exerting force and spread wings, wrote in their letters to the Iranian miners. For example, Abdulmumin wrote in his letter to Abbas Shah, "The number of Kazakhs living in Dasht-i Kipchak is increasing and increasingly taking into account this place." [2]
According to the records of Muhammad Haidar Dulati, Kasym Khan 1518 year of death. Tahir Mohammed, in his "Rauat-at-Tarikhirin", describes Kassym Khan's death as 1523-1524.
According to Kadyrgali Zhalair, Kasym Khan died in Saraishyk. Historian A. P. Chuloshnikov writes that Kassym Khan's Saraichik sacred site survived in the early 17th century. [3]
See also
The Chronicle of the Kazakh Orda
The Palace of the Kazakh Orthodox

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↑ Historical Figures - Publication Public Publication for Schoolchildren and Public Disclosure Designer: Togyzbayev B. Suzhikova A. - Almaty, Almaty Bookstore, 2009 ISBN 978-601-01-0268- 2
↑ Otyrar Encyclopedia - Almaty, Arys publishing house, 2005 ISBN 9965-17-272-2
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