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Nagar was formerly a princely state which had existed for 1200 years. The state of hunza was previously under the domination of nagar and collectively called buroshall and their capital was capal dongs. But after the reign of the miyor khan his sons divided buroshall into nagar and hunza and declared the river as the border: muglot became the king of nagar and kirkis became the king of hunza. The british gained control of nagar during a battle at place of nilt (jangir-e-laye) between 1889 and 1892. The nagarkutch fought bravely but was defeated due to lack of weapons. The tham (chief) of that time, azur khan, was sent in exile to kashmir. For the british army, three soldiers were rewarded with the victoria cross and a mule was also rewarded with the medal for carrying a gun on its back.

The british retained nagar's status as a principality until their departure in 1947. The people of nagar and hunza were ruled by a local mir for more than 1200 years, which came to an end in 1974. Although never ruled directly by neighbouring kashmir or the british, nagar and hunza were a vassal of kashmir from the time of maharaja ranbir singh of jammu and kashmir. The mirs of both sent an annual tribute to the kashmir durbar until 1947, and along with the ruler of hunza, was considered to be among the most loyal vassals of the maharaja of kashmir.after the change in pakistani central government to a democracy on 25 september 1974 zulfikar ali bhutto dissolved the princely states of nagar as well as hunza and set the prisoners free and gave democratic representation to the northern areas council, now the northern areas legislative council . Nagar was formerly a princely state which had existed for 1200 years. The state of hunza was previously under the domination of nagar and collectively called buroshall and their capital was capal dongs. But after the reign of the miyor khan his sons divided buroshall into nagar and hunza And declared the river as the border:

muglot became The king of nagar and kirkis became the king of hunza. The british gained control of nagar during a battle at Place of nilt (jangir-e-laye) between 1889 and 1892. The nagarkutch fought bravely but was defeated Due to lack of weapons. The tham (chief) of that time, Azur khan, was sent in exile to kashmir. For the british Army, three soldiers were rewarded with the victoria Cross and a mule was also rewarded with the medal for carrying a gun on its back. The british retained nagar's status as a principality until their departure in 1947. The people of nagar and hunza were ruled by a local mir for more than 1200 years, which came to an end in 1974. Although never ruled directly by neighbouring kashmir or the british, nagar and hunza were a vassal of kashmir from the time of maharaja ranbir singh of jammu and kashmir. The mirs of both sent an annual tribute to the kashmir durbar Until 1947, and along with the ruler of hunza, was considered To be among the most loyal vassals of the maharaja of Kashmir.after the change in pakistani central government To a democracy on 25 september 1974 zulfikar ali bhutto Dissolved the princely states of nagar as well as hunza And set the prisoners free and gave democratic Representation to the northern areas council, now the northern areas legislative council .

And declared the river as the border: muglot became The king of nagar and kirkis became the king of hunza. The british gained control of nagar during a battle at Place of nilt (jangir-e-laye) between 1889 and 1892. The nagarkutch fought bravely but was defeated Due to lack of weapons. The tham (chief) of that time, Azur khan, was sent in exile to kashmir. For the british Army, three soldiers were rewarded with the victoria Cross and a mule was also rewarded with the medal for carrying a gun on its back. The british retained nagar's status as a principality until their departure in 1947. The people of nagar and hunza were ruled by a local mir for more than 1200 years, which came to an end in 1974. Although never ruled directly by neighbouring kashmir or the british, nagar and hunza were a vassal of kashmir from the time of maharaja ranbir singh of jammu and kashmir. The mirs of both sent an annual tribute to the kashmir durbar Until 1947, and along with the ruler of hunza, was considered To be among the most loyal vassals of the maharaja of Kashmir.after the change in pakistani central government To a democracy on 25 september 1974 zulfikar ali bhutto Dissolved the princely states of nagar as well as hunza And set the prisoners free and gave democratic Representation to the northern areas council, now the northern areas legislative council . History nagar was an autonomous principality in close association with neighbouring hunza. The british gained control of both states 1889 and 1892. The british retained nagar's status as a 'principality' until 1947 but together with hunza it was considered a vassal of kashmir, although never ruled directly by it. The rulers of nagar sent annual tributes to the kashmir durbar Until 1947, and along with the ruler of hunza, were considered Amongst the most loyal vassals of the maharaja of kashmir. In 1947, the state acceded to pakistan, but continued as Semi autonomous state. When ayub khan's dictatorship Ended in pakistan and the democratic government of The pakistan peoples party under Zulfiqar ali bhutto came into power through elections it realized the sentiments of the people against the mir for democracy so the government freed the prisoners of the movement and dissolved the mirs of hunza and nagar and were merged into the northern areas in 1974. the hunza valley looking across the river to nagar mount rakaposhi .
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