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  1. Ghaznavid, Seljuk, and Khwarezmian Empires,
  2. In this video, we will examine the origins of the Ghaznavid Empire and the life of its
  3. that he needed to intervene, capturing Kandahar and the surrounding regions for his new Ghaznavid
  4. Taking his subordinate role seriously, the faithful Ghaznavid governor and his eldest
  5. by their Ghaznavid governors in Khurasan and south of the Oxus river.
  6. mopping up his rivals, marched back into his appointed province and seized it for the Ghaznavid
  7. During the first war, two nomadic armies launched a pincer maneuver on Ghaznavid territories
  8. The invasion of 1008 came to an end with a final victory for Ghaznavid arms outside Balkh,
  9. of the reigning Khwarezmian Emir, and then demanded recognition of Ghaznavid sovereignty
  10. All in all, Ghaznavid armies invaded Indian lands seventeen times during Mahmuds reign,
  11. Mahmud of Ghaznas actions did lead to some Seljuks joining his own Ghaznavid realm as
  12. They were assisted in this by a treacherous Ghaznavid governor in Khwarezm known as Harun,
  13. Khurasan was an important province; it was one of the jewels in the crown of Ghaznavid
  14. So rather than invading, the Seljuk chiefs authored a diplomatic proposal to the Ghaznavid
  15. Moreover, they also pledged to defend Ghaznavid territories from other Turkic tribes.
  16. War continued for the next two years, with ever more Ghaznavid forces being poured into
  17. A massive Ghaznavid army, with many dozens of elephants in tow, marched from Nishapur
  18. with his own units, pounced just as the Ghaznavid squabbling was reaching its peak.
  19. and crushing the bandits which had arisen following the collapse of Ghaznavid authority.
  20. The former repulsed a series of attempted Ghaznavid reconquests from India and began