THE RULE OF MIR NASEER KHAN NURI AND ITS SALIENT FEATURES
Keywords:Balochistan., tribal, policies,
The paper revolves around the personality of Nasír
Khan the Great who was a visionary leader in the history of Balochistan. He was a devout man, a sagacious ruler, a statesman, a warrior, and a capable administrator who managed his tribal confederacy quite intelligently.
Nasír Khan-1 who ruled over Balochistan for about 44 years, comprising of a vast territory, but highlights and selects the administrative boundaries, administrative set- up Darbār (court) hierarchy, legislature consisting of the Díwān (lower house) and upper house (elders of Khan’s own family). The Khan’s taxation policies, his military prowess, agriculture products of his time and trading commodities of his era have also been considered as a golden age of time.
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