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Garadagh khanate

  


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It was founded in 1748. Its territory had borders with Lankaran, Ardabil, Tabriz, Khoy, Nakhichevan, Garabagh and Javad khanates. The center of khanate was Ahar city and administratively it was divided into mahals of Ungut, Karmaduz, Chalabiyan, Keyvan, Arazbar, Dizmar, Uzumdil, Hasanob, Kalaybar, Huseyneyli, Yaft, Garajurru, Dodanga, Chardanga, Dikla, Badbostan, Horat. Garadagh khanate was under political dependence of Garabagh khanate for some period. In 1761 it was subjugated to Karim khan  Zandin and in 1791 to Agha Mahammad  khan Gajar. Acording to treaty of 1813 it was annexed to Gajar state. In 1828 the khanate was abolished.
       
Ruling khans: 
1748-1752 Kazim khan





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