Mir Nawab Khan Tanoli

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Mir Nawab Khan Tanoli
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Born12 April 1792
Amb, Pakistan
Darband, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
  • Ruler of Tanawal valley
  • Chief of Hazara region

Mir Nawab Khan Tanoli ( born 12 April 1792 ) was the ruler of Amb (princely state) and the Hazara, Pakistan of Hazara region at a very bad time of history he faced many attacks from different states, including the Sikh Empire and Durrani Empire which led to his empire losing so much territory.[1][2][3][4] He was 26 year old during the war against Azim Khan with an army of 40 thousand. He lost war against the Durrani Empire and hence assassinated by Azim Khan in 13 October 1818.[5]


  1. Syed Murad Ali,"Tarikh-e-Tanawaliyan"(Urdu), Pub. Lahore, 1975.
  2. Ghulam Nabi Khan"Alafghan Tanoli"(Urdu), Pub. Rawalpindi, 2001
  3. Hazara Gazetteer.
  4. History of Nawab of Amb,,aa
  5. Tarekh-e-Hazara iarchive:TarikhEHazaraByDr.SherBahadurKhanPunni|volume,aa

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