Canghali of Kazan
|Khan of the Tatar Qasim Khanate|
|Reign||1519 – 1532|
|Khan of the Tatar Kazan Khanate|
|Reign||1532 – 1535|
|Predecessor||Safa Giray of Kazan|
|Successor||Safa Giray of Kazan|
|Died||25 September 1535|
Canghali (also Jan Ali, Can Ali, Tatar: Җангали; Russian: Джан-Али) (1516–1535) was ruler of the Khanate of Qasim in 1519–1532 and then Khanate of Kazan in 1532–1535. He was the son of Qasim khan Shayex Allahiar (Şäyex Allahiär) (r. 1512-15) and younger brother of Qasim khan Shahgali or Shah Ali (r. 1515-19).
In 1532 Vasili III of Russia defeated Kazan, khan Safagäräy fled and the 16-year-old Canghali was brought in as a pro-Russian ruler of the bigger and generally independent Kazan Khanate. In 1533 Canghali married Söyembika, the daughter of Nogay nobleman. During his reign he was completely manipulated by Bulat Shirin (Bulat Şirin, /boo-LAHT shee-RREEN/) and queen Gawharshat (Gäwhärşat, /geh-w-ha-rr-SHAHT/), widow or sister of Moxammat Amin khan. During 1535 coup of Kazan nobility, he lost the throne and was exiled to Iske Qazan. Older sources (Howorth) say that he was killed.
- Henry Hoyle Howorth, History of the Mongols, 1880, Part 2, pp 433 for Kasimov and 393-400 for Kazan
| Khan of Kazan