Essay on the theme of Amir Temur - Mohir Sarkarda


A complex planned essay about Amir Temur
I. Introduction. The way of life of Amir Temur
II. Main part:
1) Great statesman
2) Amir is a skilled commander
3) Impressions from reading "Sahibkiran drama".
III. Conclusion
During the reign of Amir Temur, a famous statesman, medieval reformer, commander, tireless fighter for justice, leader of science and culture, science, culture and education rose to unprecedented levels. Amir Temur was only 24 years old when he entered the political arena. The country was in turmoil, with clashes between local political forces escalating. On top of that, Genghis Khan's descendants frequently invaded Movarounnahr.
During this period, which lasted for almost a century, the oppressed people of Movarounnahr, from great politicians to religious leaders, had a very difficult day. Society needed a savior, a genius, who embodied the aspirations for freedom and progress. By the will of destiny, Amir Temur appeared on the stage of history as such a savior and guide.
In 1370, Amir Temur was proclaimed the great emir of Movarounnahr at a congress in Balkh. Amir Temur's main goal was to eliminate fragmentation and unite some countries into a single state. He designated Samarkand as the capital of the state, near the ruins of Afrosiab, the ancient capital of Sogdiana, and founded a new city.
After conquering the area between the Amudarya and the Syrdarya, as well as the Fergana and Shosh regions, Amir Temur began military campaigns in other countries. The reign of Amir Temur ruled Central Asia for 35 years (1370-1405). He united the regions of Central Asia into a single centralized state, built a vast empire from the Indus and Ganges to the Syr Darya and Zarafshan, and from the Tien Shan to the Bosphorus.
The indirect consequences of Amir Temur's military campaigns are of great importance: he prevented the Mongols' threat to China when the Ming dynasty came to power in China; Defeating the Golden Horde, Moscow provided similar assistance to Russia. In 1402, the Ottoman sultan won a major victory for Europe over Boyazid, postponing the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople for half a century. In the early 20th century, the French historian R. Grusse wrote that "Amir Temur's victory over Boyazid saved the Christian world."
History puts Amir Temur on a par with such great commanders as Alexander the Great, Darius I, and Julius Caesar. Amir Temur went down in history as a famous commander who fought a thousand battles and was not defeated in any of them. After the unification of the scattered regions into a single state by Amir Temur, the establishment and stabilization of the central government, the country's economy was strengthened, trade and handicrafts began to develop, and trade and economic relations with neighboring and distant countries expanded.
During the life of Amir Temur, a special book on public administration was written, known as "Temur's Statutes". It reflected the views of this famous statesman and commander on martial arts, state structure and governance. The slogan "Power in Justice" has become a moral and spiritual criterion throughout the state of Amir Temur.
In the second half of the fourteenth century, Movarounnahr became the commercial, economic, and cultural center of the Near and Middle East. Samarkand, Kesh, Bukhara, Termez, Tashkent, Merv, Herat and other ancient cities, completely destroyed by Genghis Khan's troops, began to prosper. Mosques, madrasas, mausoleums, caravanserais and baths were built. Having the rank of the capital of a huge and vast country, Samarkand, according to Amir Temur's intentions, was to become the most beautiful city on earth. Samarkand has become a city of the best architects of the Middle East and Central Asia.

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