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"Muslim Shareef Chapter 28: THE CONDITION OF THE FAITH OF ONE WHO KNOWINGLY DENIES HIS TRUE PARENTAGE Book 001, Number 0118: It is reported on the authority of Abu Dharr that he heard the Messenger of Allah (may peace and blessings be upon him) saying: No person who claimed knowingly anyone else as his father besides (his own) committed nothing but infidelity, and he who made a claim of anything, which (in fact) did not belong to him, is not amongst us; he should make his abode in Fire, and he who labeled anyone with unbelief or called him the enemy of Allah, and he was in fact not so, it rebounded on him. Book 001, Number 0120: It is reported on the authority of Sa'd b. Abi Waqqas: Both of my ears heard the Messenger of Allah saying this: He who claimed the fatherhood of anyone else besides his real father knowingly (committed a great sin) ;Paradise is forbidden to him. Abu Bakra asserted that he too heard it from the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him ). Book 001, Number 0121: Sa'd and Abu Bakra each one of them said: My ears heard and my hearing preserved it that Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) observed: He who claimed for another one his fatherhood besides his own father knowingly that he was not his father-to him Paradise is forbidden.
The Tanoli are a tribe of the Tanawal valley region in the Hazara. The Tanolis are Arabic origin and descent from Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib , The paternal Uncle of Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H).The Most members of the Tanoli tribe reside in the former princely state of Amb in the Hazara Division of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, in the cities of Abbottabad, Khalabat Township, Haripur and its district, Mansehra, Battagram and Kohistan districts. A branch of the Tanoli tribe also resides in Kashmir, mainly in Muzaffarabad and Srinagar. Tanolis also inhabit the cities of Quetta and Karachi. They dominate the Tanawal-Sherwan belt. Tanoli History The Tanoli are a tribe of the Tanawal valley region in the Hazara. The Tanolis are Arabic origin and descent from Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib , The paternal Uncle of Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H).The Most members of the Tanoli tribe reside in the former princely state of Amb in the Hazara Division of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan, in the cities of Abbottabad, Khalabat Township, Haripur and its district, Mansehra, Battagram and Kohistan districts. A branch of the Tanoli tribe also resides in Kashmir, mainly in Muzaffarabad and Srinagar. Tanolis also inhabit the cities of Quetta and Karachi. They dominate the Tanawal-Sherwan belt.
In Afghanistan, the Tanoli primarily live in the eastern provinces of Paktia, Gardez, and Ghazni..The word Tanawal is derived from Taniwal., The Tanoli participated in the frontier wars with the British and in Charles Allen's analysis of those wars were described as "extremely hostile" and "brave and hardy and accounted for the best swordsmen in Hazara."
- 1 Names
- 2 Homelands
- 3 History
- 4 List of the hereditary Tanoli rulers of Amb State
- 5 Characteristics and Features of Tribal Tanolies (Based on the classification of tribes of the Indo-Pak by the British)
- 6Tanoli Sub Tribes
- 7 Tanolis Today
- 8 Notable Tanolis
- 9 Notes
- 10References and bibliography
The Tanoli are also known as Tanawal, for the name of the river. The British Census included several variant forms of the name: Taniwal Tanole Tanaoli, Tanol, Tol, Tholi, Tahoa, Tarnoli,Tanis,Tanai
The Tanoli were first encountered by Westerners around 1700 AD "in the trans Indus basin of the Mahaban from which they were driven across the Indus by the Yusufzai" tribe. By the late 19th century the Tanaoli had settled the Tanawal tract in the west center of the district between Abbottabad and the Indus, and in the extensive hill country between the river and the Urash plains.
According to the Settlement Report of Hazara, compiled by Major Wace (1872), the Tanolis, who founded a state named Amb, had already established their authority over Tanawal. The voluminous Urdu copy of the settlement report of Hazara contains many passages in its historical resume of the area. In a number of maps drawn at the time and enclosed in the report, showing Hazara under the Mughals and under the Durranis, the Amb state has been shown as Mulk-i-Tanawal. The original existence of that Mulk is as old as the middle period of the great Afghan invasions of India.
The Tanoli are divided into two major sub-tribes: the Hindwal and the Pallal. The latter occupies the northern portion of the Tanawal tract, and, until the dissolution of the princely states in 1968, constituted the semi-independent principality of Amb.
According to Tanoli tradition (preserved in a commentary based on an 1881/1891 census report they are named after a place in "Afghanistan" (not to be confused with the present-day state of Afghanistan
They have a history that Akber Gahee Khan was son of Zorab Khan who came to Kashmir as General of army on the commandment of Qutab Shah, on signing a treaty with King of Kashmir and marrying his daughter he was on way back when he went to a saint in Kahuta asking him to pray for a child of him. The saint asked for promise of staying at the place in reward for a pray for child birth. The Child who took birth was named as Akber Gahee Khan, Akber Gahee Khan married and twelve son took birth named as 1) Kahonder Khan ( forefather of Dhonde Abbasis) 2) Sultan Bala or Barayas Al Mahroof Tanoli Khan (forefather of Tanolis in area of Tanawal and Amb Durband) 3) Chajjar Kanal 4) Salal 5) Agar Khan 6) Kool or Koor 7) Hakim Khan 8 ) Sarrara ( forefather of Sarrara Abbasi living in Pattan and Kukmang) 9) Hans Khan 10) Molam Khan 11) Dilhawas 12) Barra Hazaria . Tanoli's have ruled the state of Amb of Hazara since the 13th century up until the wars with the Sikhs in the 19th century. They were frequently engaged in rebellions with successive rulers of the Delhi Sultanate as well as allying with Ahmed Shah Abdali in his conquest of India. Charles Allen in his book referred to them as "the extremely hostile and powerful Tanolis of the Tanawal Moutains". They were also the last ruling dynasty of the State of Amb. "Many Mouths, Many sayings" Many people tried to link the tanoli with their own tribe or another one else. but it's clear and accepted from the history.That they are Abbasi. Tanoli are not Jungua. Tanoli are not Barlas Mughals. Barlas mughals are those who connect them selves with (IERO MA JEET BARLAS )(Turk and Barlas Mughals are from same branch there grand father is same if we are mughal or turk ...why turk arrange the army of soldiers against tanoli's to stop them to enter in pakhal because they rule pakhal at that time if we are there Brothers they welcome us with open arms but they fight with us many time but they failed to stop us to enter us in this area. Tanoli are not Rajas. Tanoli did't come with Greek Alaxander. Tanoli's are not Pukhtoon : check the list of Pahtoon tribes (http://www.khyber.org/pashtotribes.shtml you can not finde tanoli's in the history books of pushtoons as a sub tribe of pushtoons or as a pushtoon(Tarikh-e-afghana) by (sami jan) and i have also mentioned the link of the map which has taken from the book of SIR OLAF CARO book The Pathans He did not mention tanoli area(land) and tanoli's in the list of pushtoon tribes .(http://www.khyber.org/images/maps/triballocations.jpg) . Tanoli Cheif Ameer Khan martyred in battle aginst Yousfzai tribe. Yousfzai occupied the area of swat and buner and compled the tanoli tribe to the estern bank of indus river. The genesis of tanoli leads to the Al-Abbas ibn Abd-al-Muttalib, the Paternal uncle of Prophet Mohammad (P.B.U.H). from this Reference they are Abbasi.
List of the hereditary Tanoli rulers of Amb State
Tenure Rulers of Amb (Tanawal) unknown date - 1803 (Mir) Haibat Khan 1803 - unknown date (Mir) Hashim Ali Khan unknown date - 1818 (Mir) Nawab Khan 1818 - 1840 (Mir) Painda Khan 1840 - 1868 (Nawab) Jahandad Khan 1868 - 1907 (Nawab) Mohammad Akram Khan 1907 - 26 February 1936 (Nawab) Khanizaman Khan 26 February 1936 - 1971 (Nawab) Mohammad Farid Khan
Characteristics and Features of Tribal Tanolies (Based on the classification of tribes of the Indo-Pak by the British)
The Tanolies were counted amongst the Martial races, an ideology based on the assumption that certain ethnic groups are inherently more martially inclined than others( It was a term originally used by the British, who observed that the Scottish Highlanders were more fierce in battle than others in Britain, and extended this concept to India).
They have many Pathan customs and take much pride in their dress and appearance.
The Tanolis support themselves almost exclusively by agriculture, and their principal food is unleavened bread with buttermilk and butter; but fowls, eggs, fish, and game are also articles of diet.
Of those who live in the hills, many are as fair as Italians, with eyes of light hazel or greyish blue, and frequently brown hair and reddish beards. Those who live on the low-lying lands near the Indus are darker. All are stout and active men, and have the reputation of being good soldiers and staunch partisans.
They are hardy and simple in their habits, generally free from the vices of thieving and debauchery; but credulous, obstinate, and unforgiving.
Religiously; they are Mohammedans of the Sunni sect. Tanoli Sub Tribes Sub-tribes
The Hindwal and Pallal are the major divisions of the tribe. The further sub–divisions of the tribe are
o Jamal; Charyal, Ledhyal, Abdwal, Khankhail o Saryal; Lalal, Hedral, Baizal o Jalwal o Bohal o Baigal o Tekral o An sal o Masand o Rains
o Labhya (Suba Khani) o Matyal o Bainkaryal o Dairal o Sadhal o Judhal o Baigal o Tekral o Asnal o Masand o Rains
- Khan Khel
- Painda Khel /also know (Payenda Khel)
- Tani Khel
- Nawab Khel
- Mir Dad Khel
- Jahangir Khel
- Bohla Khel
- Maza Khani
- Sher Khani
- Noorullah Khani
- Shamsullah Khani
Tanoli Area 1. Upper Tanowl 2. Lower Tanowl
Amb was a small princely state in what is today the North-West Frontier Province of Pakistan. The state ceased to exist in 1969, when it was merged with the province of West Pakistan.
Amb was originally known as Tanawal and was the tribal homeland of the Tanoli people. The Nawabs of the Tanolis were best known for fighting against the Sikhs under Ranjit Singh. The Nawabs later established Amb as a princely state, ranking as a non-salute state under the British Raj. In 1947 the Nawab of Amb, Mohammad Farid Khan, acceded to Pakistan. In 1969, the state was incorporated into the North-West Frontier Province and in 1971 the royal status of the Nawab was abolished by the Government of Pakistan. The construction of the Tarbela Dam across the Indus River in the early 1970s resulted in much of Amb state being submerged by the reservoir.
Rulers of Amb The state was ruled by a dynasty who originally held the title of Mir and in 1868 were granted the title of Nawab by the British Raj. A listing of the known rulers of Amb is provided here.
Tenure Rulers of Amb (Tanawal) Unknown date - 1818 (Mir) Nawab Khan 1818 - 1840 (Mir) Payenda Khan 1840 - 1868 (Nawab) Jahandad Khan 1868 - 1907 (Nawab) Mohammad Akram Khan 1907 - 26th February 1936 (Nawab) Zaman Khan 26th February 1936 - 1971 (Nawab) Mohammad Farid Khan 1973 Royal status abolished Upper Tanowl Darband
Kripplian Lower Tanowl Kokal
Shenghree Books References
- Bagh-e-Dawaz Dahe Imam written by Syed Hidayat Hussain Shah sahab
- Maratus Salatin Urdu Trajuma SAIRUL MUTAKHIREEN (Mir Ghulam Nawab Khan Shab)
- Subha Sadiq Written By Aziz Ur Rehman
- Aina -E-QIRESH Written By Justic Akram Khan
- Abbasi Shumal Mashriki Pakistan MA Written By Just Ayub Shaba
- Tarikh-E-Aqwam-E-Pounch written By Muhamamd Deen Fouqe
- Tarikh-E-Muree Written By Noor Elahi Sahab
- Traikh-e-Abbasiya Written By Riyaz Ur Rehman Saghar
- Tarikh-E-Haft Janagh Written By Sardar Meer Akbar Khan
- Islam Ki Daswin Kitab By Moulana Rehman Baksh lahori
- Alvu Awan Tarikh Ka Aina ma Written By Muhabbat Hussain Awan
- Tehkik Al Ansabe By Muhammad Karim Khan Awan
- ANISAB AL QABAIL AKBARIYA Written By Capt Muhammad Ashraf Khan
- Tarikh e Fatikh ANISAB Written By Syed Mehmood Hussain Shah
- Punjab Chiefs Lepal H Griffon
- Punjabi Musalmans by J M Wikely