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English: Chingis Khaan and his retinue watch in amazement as the Khorezmshah Jalal ad-Din prepares to cross the Indus.
Date 1540's
Source "History of Abul-Khayr Khan" by Mas'ud b. Osmani Kuhistani. Institute of Oriental Studies, Academy of Sciences of Uzbekistan.
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Author Mas'ud b. Osmani Kuhistani


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