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Various historical references and Pakhtun traditions indicate that the Niazi tribes belonged to Shangar, a village in Ghazni in southeastern Afghanistan. This tribe is a branch of the Ghilzai tribe whose original name was Niazi which became Niazi.
Niazi’s real name was Loday, the son of Shah Hussain Ghauri and Bibi Matoo. Like other Pathan tribes, the Niazis also saw long periods of exile. Niazi never ruled in Shangar and could not take part in any major battle.
Although it is not mentioned in history it is said in the traditions that Shangar’s real name was Shane Ezar which means white mountain. In later periods The Barakzai tribes fled the Niazis from Kushinagar or Shen Ghar and settled in the areas of Ghazni and Kandahar.
The Niazis established good relations with the Turkish generals and began to enlist in Sultan Mahmud Gharnavi’s army. During the Sultanate period, Niazi could not hold any large manor or position but fought bravely and courageously in various wars.
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Sultan Mahmud trusted The Niazis more than the Tarins and encouraged them to fight on the front line. During the Sultanate, most of the tribes ran administrative affairs and were always part of the reserve army.
That is why the Tarins never crossed the Indus, but in later times they settled on the eastern banks of the Indus. After the Sultanate, the Niazis sided with Jalaluddin Khawarizm Shah and fought valiantly against Hula Khan on many fronts.
When Khawarizm Shah was defeated, Niazi troops were scattered in different parts of Afghanistan and could not gather in one place for a long time. In 1221, a large part of Jalaluddin’s army consisted of Niazi armies which fought hard against the Tartars.
In the 14th century, Niazi became part of Timur’s army and was honored for the first time. Malik Habib Khan Niazi was the first Niazi chief to have the status of a general. In the 15th century, the Niazis became the rulers of the Ghilzai region, but they soon had to relocate to other areas.
In the 15th century, they settled in the Tank, Isa Khel, and Til areas. In 1452, Sultan Bahlol Lodhi invited the Pathan tribes living on both sides of Mount Salman to fight against the sultans of Eastern Junpur.
He gave a big manor
And no big post. In 1480, the Niazis had another bad time. when the Marwat tribes drove the Niazis out of Bannu, Lakki, and Tank areas. But soon the Niazi chiefs established their influence in these areas.
A peace agreement was reached between the Marwat, Niazi, and other tribes and the Niazi tribes would settle in their vacated areas. In 1505, Babar passed through Lakki and Isa Khel areas, the details of which are given in Tazak Babri.
Some writers have written that Isa Khel was named after Isa Khan Niazi, the elder brother of Hebat Khan Niazi. Who was a respected courtier of Sher Shah Suri and Islam Shah Suri, but this is not true.
The reign of Sher Shah Suri and his son Islam Shah dates back to after Babar. If Isa Khel’s name was attributed to Isa Khan Niazi, Babar would have mentioned it.