Ghaznavid Empire

Ghaznavid Empire

Common languages
• Established
• Disestablished
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Saffarid dynasty
Samanid dynasty
Ghurid dynasty
Seljuk Empire

The Ghaznavid Empire was a Khorāṣānian Turkish Sunni Muslim state, which existed from 975 to 1187. It was centered in Ghazni, a city in present Afghanistan, and ruled much of Persia, Transoxania, and the northern parts of the Indian subcontinent.

Categories: History of Iran | History of Afghanistan | History of Pakistan | Royal dynasties | 963 establishments | 12th century disestablishments in Asia | 960s establishments in Asia | 1186 disestablishments

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