ⓘ Allahabad-e Jahangir Khan is a village in Aliabad Rural District, in the Central District of Anbarabad County, Kerman Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its po ..

                                     

ⓘ Allahabad-e Jahangir Khan

Allahabad-e Jahangir Khan is a village in Aliabad Rural District, in the Central District of Anbarabad County, Kerman Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 287, in 56 families.

                                     
  • Karvan County Allahabad - e Abu Saidi, a village in Anbarabad County Allahabad - e Dehqani, a village in Anbarabad County Allahabad - e Jahangir Khan a village
  • Allahabad - e Abu Saidi Persian: الله ابادابوسعيدي also Romanized as Allāhābād - e Abū Sa īdī, and Allahābād - e Abū Sa īdī, Allah Abad Aboosa idi, and Allahābād
  • retired from Deccan under Parviz and Mahabat Khan On the orders of Jahangir they proceeded to Allahabad to check Prince Khurram s rebellion. After capturing
  • region. In the early 17th century, Allahabad was a provincial capital in the Mughal Empire under the reign of Jahangir Akbarnama mentions that the Mughal
  • Allahabad - e Olya Persian: اله ابادعليا also Romanized as Allāhābād - e Olyā also known as Allāhābād - e Bālā is a village in Hoseynabad Rural District
  • Allahabad - e Sofla Persian: اله ابادسفلي also Romanized as Allahābād - e Sofla also known as Allahābād - e Pā īn is a village in Hoseynabad Rural District
  • Allahabad - e Dehqani Persian: اله اباددهقاني also Romanized as Allāhābād - e Dehqānī is a village in Hoseynabad Rural District, Esmaili District, Anbarabad
  • of Mewar and Mughal army under Parviz and Asaf Khan IV. Shortly after his accession in 1606, Jahangir sent an army of 20, 000 cavalry to attack Mewar.
  • located in muhalla Khuldabad close to the Allahabad Junction railway station, in Prayagraj formerly known as Allahabad India. It is roughly 6 kms from the
  • established by Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan sons of Dariya Khan a soldier in the army of Mugal Emperor Jahangir Both Diler Khan and Bahadur Khan were dignitaries
  • established by Dilir Khan and Bahadur Khan sons of Dariya Khan a soldier in army of the Mughal emperor Jahangir Dariya Khan was originally from Kandahar