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Arab Conquest of Sindh

The frist Muslims invaded India were Arabs.

The last Hidu king of North India was Harsha.

The first Muslim invasion on India took place in 712 on Sindh.

The ruler of Sindh at the time of invasion on it was Dahir(Hindu).

The invasion was led by Muhammad Bin Quasim.

Some of the Pirates plundered the Arab ships that were carrying presents to Calipha at Dewal in Sindh province.

Calipha ordered his viceroy Al Hajjaj to punish pirates.

As the Hajjaj did not receive satisfactory reply from sindh ruler Dahir, he decided to invade sindh.

Muhammad Bin Quasim, son-in-law of Hajjaj, invaded Sindh in 712 A.D.

Muhammad Bin Quasim successfully occupied Sindh and killed its ruler Dahir in the battle. at Alor. He also captured Multan.

The battle of Rewar took place between Muhammad Bin Quasim and Dahir, the Sindh ruler.

He also occupied Multan.

But later he was punished to death by Calipha.

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