Muhammad Bin Qasim

Muhammad ibn Qasim al-Thaqafi (Arabic: محمد بن القاسم الثقفي‎, romanized: Muḥammad bin al-Qāsim al-Thaqafī; c. 695 – 18 July 715[1][2]), was an Arab military commander of the Umayyad Caliphate who led the Muslim conquest of Sindh and Multan from the last Hindu king, Raja Dahir in the battle of Aror. He was the first Muslim to have successfully captured Hindu territories and initiate the early Islamic India in 712 AD.[1]

Muhammad Bin Qasim
Muhammad Bin Qasim

Muhammad Bin Qasim (31 dec 694-715)
 Muhammad bin qasim's name was imad ud din muhammad bin qasim al saqafi, who was the cousin and son-in-law of hajjaj bin yusuf. Muhammad bin qasim was working with great wisdom and courage in the country of Persia, who was 17 years old at that time.


 Fateh hind... 712 AD. 93 ah
 Arab muslims lived in the coastal areas of sindh from makran, who came to the caliphate of syedna umar (ra) in 23 hijri 644 AD. Later on, they settled in the same coastal areas. The governor of makran was muhammad bin haroon, who was buried in lasbela area of balochistan. The arabs used to trade in India from here, whose relations with the Kings of India were good.


 A few Arab traders from makran went to Sir Lankan sarandeep for trade where they died, so the king of Lanka sent his family to hajj for gifts in eight ships, due to the hurricane, the ship reached the coast of balad qadron debal. They caught all the 8 planes and looted all the goods and took the women, the elders and the children. The women told the pirates that the mall was going to offer the caliph time. But the looters did not pay any attention to it. E o pilgrims help us. O pilgrims reach out to help us Those who had survived, who had thrown themselves into the sea, somehow reached the governor of makran muhammad bin haroon, after which he sent a message to the governor of Iraq. And he also described the cry of the woman who said, "o pilgrims, help me."