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February, 26, 1736 A.D.:
Nader Ascends The Throne

Nader was ruling Iran as the regent of the young king Abbas who passed away at the time when Nader had restored the kingdom of Persia to its former splendor. Noblemen from all over the country were invited to a meeting in Moghan on Jan, 12, 1936 to decide on the faith of the country. Thus Nader was ... Read Full Article:

September, 24, 1736 A.D.:
Treaty of Istanbul Signed Between Iran and Ottoman Empire

Treaty of Constantinople was a treaty between Ottoman Empire and Afsharid Persia signed on September 24, 1736, ending the Afsharid–Ottoman War (1730–35). Background Treaty of Ahmet Pasha (1732) between the two countries had been f... Read Full Article:

March, 10, 1737 A.D.:
The Siege Of Ghandahar

By the time Nader Shah ascended the throne, he had already created the unity among Iranians and deterred imperial Russia and Ottomans from incursion into the Iranian soil but a new era of colonization had begun and Ariana became the new European playground. Chieftains and warlords in today's Afghani... Read Full Article:

August, 10, 1738 A.D.:
Jalalabad Surrenders

After it was found out that the Indian court ruled by Mohammad Gurkani, did not refrain from supplying a safe heaven for the Afghan fugitives that were responsible for massacre of many civilians, Nader Shah was irritated by of indifference of his perfidious ally, then he marched towards Gazna, the ... Read Full Article:

February, 13, 1739 A.D.:
Victory For Nader Shah At Karnal

Pursuing the Afghan invaders, in 1738, Nader Shah conquered Kandahar, the last outpost of the Hotaki dynasty. His thoughts now turned to the Mughal Empire of India for nurturing Hotaki fugitives. Nader Shah's conquest of India began with the Battle of Karnal which was a decisive victory for the Ira... Read Full Article:

February, 24, 1739 A.D.:
Persians Win the Battle of Karnal

The Battle of Karnal (February 24, 1739), was a decisive victory for Nader Shah, the emperor of the Iranian Afsharid dynasty during his invasion of India. The Shah's forces defeated the army of Muhammad Shah which was roughly six times the size of his own in what is regarded as the crowning achievem... Read Full Article:

March, 20, 1739 A.D.:
Nader Shah Enters Delhi

Mohammad Gurkani gave battle to Nader with an army of 360,000 in a field 120 km from Delhi. However, an army of soft Indians were little able to oppose the hardy Iranian troops trained to arms by the most excellent discipline, and highly motivated. Iranians were able to seize every advantage that pr... Read Full Article:

May, 17, 1739 A.D.:
Nader Shah Troops Leave Delhi

In 1738, Nader Shah conquered Kandahar, the last outpost of the Hotaki dynasty. His thoughts now turned to the Mughal Empire of India. This once powerful Muslim state to the east was falling apart as the nobles became increasingly disobedient and local opponents such as the Sikhs and Hindu Marathas ... Read Full Article:

July, 31, 1740 A.D.:
The War In Tartary

During his expedition to India, news were heard that the kings of Turan and Kharazm has intruded Khorasan several times but they had been defeated by his son Reza Gholi but whose entire reduction he reserved for himself. He sent a number of engineers to Balkh to build several barges to be launched i... Read Full Article:

May, 15, 1741 A.D.:
Nader Shah's Assassination Attempt Failed

Nader Shah had conquered three flourishing kingdoms and extended Iranian boundaries as far as Oxus to the north and Indus to the east. The death of his brother Zoheireddoleh was yet to be revenged: he, therefore, had no sooner recovered from the fatigue of his last campaign, than he led his army tow... Read Full Article:

April, 3, 1742 A.D.:
Ottomans Declare War

The third and final phase of clashes between Iran and the Ottomans began after a series of negotiations between the two states were not settled. The Ottomans wanted to set up a puppet king, a Safavid pretender who proclaimed Shah of Iran and was kept in Izmir for some time. Then he was sent to Erzur... Read Full Article:

August, 2, 1743 A.D.:
Nader Attacks Ottomans In Iraq

Nader Shah of Afshar dynasty starts an attack on Ottoman strongholds near Kerkuk. Nader Shah had a great military talent and was trying to regain those territories that were lost during last years of Safavi dynasty. In two days Iranian forces were bombarding last resisting Ottoman forces in Kerkuk. ... Read Full Article:

July, 31, 1744 A.D.:
The Siege Of Kars

A Turkish commander in charge of Kars started sending circular letters to principal officers of Iran, inciting them to revolt under the flags of a puppet prince who pretended to be the true heir of Persia. This person was kept in the Ottoman court for several years and as Ottomans did not find the c... Read Full Article:

July, 30, 1745 A.D.:
Ottomans Give Battle To Iranians

Information arrived that a vast Turkish army was marching by the way of Erzurum with more troops hastening through Diyarbakir to join them with all their forces. By one decisive blow, Nader decided to terminate his dispute with the Ottomans: he therefore sent his son Nasrollah to prevent the junctio... Read Full Article:

September, 4, 1746 A.D.:
Iran-Ottomans Sign A Lasting Peace Treaty

During the last years of Safavid dynasty in Iran, Ottomans were able to annex most of Caucasus and west Iran. Meanwhile, Afghans were able to annex a part of Khorasan. The shah had to appoint Nader Afshar, a Turcoman warlord as his commander in chief. Under Nader’s command Iran was able to regain ... Read Full Article:

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