Tomb of M. Bin Qasim

Tomb of M. Bin Qasim

Tombs Of The Soldiers Of Muhammad Bin Qasim

 
These Are Pictures English And Urdu Sides Of Commemorative Board Of The Tombs Of The Soldiers Of Muhammad Bin Qasim, The Muslim Conqueror Sindh Located At Hingol National Park, Aghore, Baluchistan, Pakistan. In First Picture, The Arrow Points Towards A Big Mound. The Tombs Of The Soldiers Of Muhammad Bin Qasim Are Located On This Mound.
Muhammad Bin Qasim Attacked Over Sindh In 712 A.D With The Order Of The Umayyad Caliphate.
Muhammad Bin Qasim First Captured Debal. Further He Marched Along The Indus River. At The Place Of Rohri He Fought And Defeated Raja Dahir’s Forces. Raja Dahir Died In This Battle And Muhammad Bin Qasim Took Control Of Sindh. He Continued His Victorious Progress And Further Advanced To Multan. When Walid Bin Abdul Malik died, His Younger Brother Suleman Succeeded As The Caliph. He Was A Bitter Enemy Of Hajjaj’s Family. He Recalled Muhammad Bin Qasim From Sindh, Who Obeyed The Orders As The Duty Of A General. But When He Came Back, He Was Put To Death On 18th of July, 715AD At The Age Of Twenty.
Tomb of M. Bin Qasim Balochistan
Tomb of M. Bin Qasim Balochistan