Some Features of Public Administration in the Empire of Amir Temur
Shohistahon Uljaeva1, Kiyomiddin Nazarov2, Gulshada Urazalieva3, Gulnora Xuday berdieva4
1Dr. Prof. Shohistahon Uljaeva, Department Humanitarian sciences, Tashkent Institute Of Irrigation And Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, Tashkent Uzbekistan.
2Dr. Prof. Kiyomiddin Nazarov, Department Humanitarian sciences, Tashkent Institute Of Irrigation And Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, Tashkent Uzbekistan.
3Dr. Gulshada Urazalieva, Department Humanitarian sciences, Tashkent Institute Of Irrigation And Agricultural Mechanization Engineers, Tashkent Uzbekistan.
4Dr. GulnoraXudayberdieva, Department Humanitarian sciences, Tashkent Institute Of Irrigation And Agricultural MechanizationEngineers, Tashkent Uzbekistan.
Manuscript received on September 23, 2019. | Revised Manuscript received on October 15, 2019. | Manuscript published on October 30, 2019. | PP: 5154-5156 | Volume-9 Issue-1, October 2019 | Retrieval Number: A2952109119/2019©BEIESP | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.A2952.109119
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Abstract: The article analyzes some features of public administration in the empire of Amir Temur. About a century before Amir Temur came to power, significant changes took place in the ethnic composition of the Movarounnakhr population. The invasion of the Mongols in the territory of Central Asia, in turn, contributed to the emergence of new tribes and nations. In particular, in the middle of the thirteenth century there was a migration of ethnic groups of jaloyir, barlos, kavchin and arlot to Central Asia. In the first half of the XIII-XIV centuries some groups of olchin, duglat, mongol, sulduz, oyrot, bakhrin, market, mang’it, kungrad and other tribes moved to Movarounnakhr. Even the Turkic Mongols living in Movarounnakhr gradually forgot the term “Mongol” and called themselves “chigatay.” B.Manz, M. Haydar and other authors commented on the role of tribes in socio-political life, career and rank, as well as the great power of Amir Temur in distribution. It is possible to conclude that the tribes’ nobles of Amir Temur were widely involved in the posts.
Keywords: Public administration, empire, Amir Temur, chigatay, Movarounnakhr.