Samandar Khan

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Mir Sakhi Samandar Khan Baloch was a Khan (ruler) of the princely state of Kalat in what is now the Balochistan province of Pakistan during the seventeenth century.[1]

History[edit]

Emperor Aurangzeb ordered prince Mu'azzam to fix an annual grant of 20,000 rupees for the Khan of Kalat after Mir Samandar Khan successfully repulsed an attack by the Safavid forces under the command of general Tahmasp near Mastung in 1698.

References[edit]

Preceded by:
Mir Mehrab
Mir Samandar Followed by:
Mir Ahmad II
 
The Khans of Kalat

Mir Ahmad I | Mir Mehrab | Samandar Khan | Mir Ahmad II | Mir Abdullah | Mir Muhabbat | Mir Muhammad Nasir Khan I | Mir Mahmud Khan I | Mir Mehrab Khan | Mir Shah Nawaz Khan |Mir Nasir Khan II| Mir Khudadad Khan | Mir Sherdil Khan | Mir Mahmud Khan II | Mohammad Azam Jan Khan | Ahmad Yar Khan |