An overview of political and cultural services and activities of Khawaja Nizam Al-Molak Tusi
Wazhma Qeyami Rais Khil, Arain Qeyami Rais Khil
The Seljuk dynasties of Salajqah, al-Seljuk, were a dynasty that ruled in the fifth and sixth centuries AH, over vast parts of Western Asia and Asia Minor such as Iran, Rome, Afghanistan, modern-day Armenia, Armenia, the Arab and Turkish lands, and other areas. They commanded. The founder of this dynasty was Tughrulbek, himself a descendant of the Seljuks, who sat on the throne in Neyshabur after defeating Sultan Massoud Ghaznavi. The reign of the Seljuk dynasty had two distinct periods, one of authority that included the era of the three first kings, Tughrull, Alb Arsalan and Malekshah, and the other period of weakness and decline that began after Malekshah's death. The great sultanate monarchy, based in Khorasan, was in existence until 552 AH, and was subsequently disrupted by disputes over the succession of princes to central authority, thereby dividing their monarchy into several parts: thus the Syrian Seljuks. Until the early sixth century, the Seljuks of Iraq, Kerman, and Kurdistan until the late sixth century, and the Seljuks of Asia Minor, ruled until the seventh century. During the reign of King Sultan of Seljuk, this territory reached the height of authority. This range extends from the east to the Transcaucasia and from the west to the Mediterranean. The last king of the Seljuks of Iraq was Ajam the Third, who was called the third thug. Despite all the tribal failures, the Seljuk kings handed over most of the ministry to Khorasani ministers, which were like the eyes and lights of kings in the light of the kings. They made some good victories. Among the ministers of the Seljuk era, the most famous of all was the system of Seljuks, making the Seljuks the official language of the Persian court, and the ministers of this period, especially amid al-Malek Kundri and Khwaja al-Malek, provided important services to this language and to the development of cities and towns. Expanded the techniques and knowledge that this research has attempted to date Refer to the political and cultural services of the system of government.
Wazhma Qeyami Rais Khil, Arain Qeyami Rais Khil. An overview of political and cultural services and activities of Khawaja Nizam Al-Molak Tusi. International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Development, Volume 7, Issue 3, 2020, Pages 29-32