Shahi

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Shahi

A currency subdivision in Afghanistan between 1891 and 1925. A shahi was worth 1/12th of an Afghan rupee.
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In 11th century AD, the Hindu ruler, Raja Jaipal of the Hindushahi dynasty was defeated in the vicinity of Peshawar and Mehmud Ghaznavi garrisoned the fort with his army.
For the first time since Mahmood of Ghazni, who in 1021 ousted the Hindushahi rulers of Lahore, did the Punjabis manage to rule themselves, but only for another 81 years.
Earlier, Director Archives and Museums Saleh Muhammad threw light on the historic background of the Hund village saying that the village had seen three periods namely Gandhara Civilisation, Hindushahi and British reign.