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Free download or read online Book "Halaaku Khan" written By Aslam Rahi M.A. Halaaku Khan, otherwise called or Hulagu or Hulegu ( c. 1218 – 8 February 1265), was a Mongol ruler who prevailed over much of Southwest Asia. Child of Tolui and the Kerait princess Sorghaghtani Beki, he was a grandson of Genghis Khan and sibling of Ariq Boke, Mongke Khan, and Kublai Khan. Hulagu's armed force enormously extended the southwestern part of the Mongol Empire, establishing the Ilkhanate of Persia, a forerunner to the possible Safavid tradition, and after that the cutting edge state of Iran. Under Hulagu's authority, the Mongols crushed the best middle of Islamic force, Baghdad, furthermore debilitated Damascus, creating a movement of Islamic impact to the Mamluks in Cairo. Under Hulagu's tradition, Iranian history specialists started writing in Persian as opposed to Arabic.Hulagu was destined to Tolui, one of Genghis Khan's children, and Sorghaghtani Beki, a compelling Khereid princess. Sorghaghtani effectively explored Mongol legislative issues, masterminding every last bit of her children to wind up Mongol pioneers. She was a Christian of the Church of the East (regularly alluded to as "Nestorianism") and Hulagu was benevolent to Christianity. Hulagu's most loved wife, Doquz Khatun, was likewise a Christian, as was his closest companion and general, Kitbuqa. It is recorded however that he changed over to Buddhist as he neared passing, against the will of Dokuz Khatun.
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