Some True Facts about History
Firstly, I introduce Abu-al-Ghazi Bahadur was Khan of the Khanate of Khiva from 1643-63. He was very well educated and true historian. He spent 10 years in Persia before becoming Khan. He wrote a book, A General History of Turks; Moguls and Tatars. He mentions in the preface “I Abu-al-Ghazi B
Tarkhan is an ancient Turkic title apparently related to title Khan and like other titles Khaqan, Khatun, Beg (Bey), Mirza, Amir, Yabgu, Tegin, Shad, Baghatur (Bahadur). It was used among the Turks, Mongols another steppe people and was a high rank in the army of Tamerlan.
The Chengiz Khan was the son of Yassukae Bahadur; Bartan Bahadur; Kabul Khan; Tuminai; Bae-Sunkar; Kaidu Khan; Zutumin; Bukae; Buzanjar; Alan Kuwa; Do-yun Beyan; Bagjadi; son of I-Yal Khan ( may be son of kaian). Kaian (qiyan) was the son of I-Yal Khan, Tingiz Khan; Mangali
Tarkhan Mughals (ترخان مغل) ( in Persian, Tarkhai Mughul تركهاى مغولى) were those Turko-Mongol people who were aristocrats of the steppe; Princes, Commanders and Generals who ruled and served the Turko-Mongol states and had ancestral origin from Turko-Mongol dynasties especially
The Huns were Turks with some admixture from the Mongols and the decimal system seems to have been—Tama-Tarkhan means the chief of ten thousands. Later on, Chingize Khan’s army was organized according to the same. A certain nation of Hun barbarian who were called “The mark of a Tarkhan”, a hig