Ghazi Baraj Tarihi

Ghazi Baraj Tarihi. Chapter 19

AT At that time, Otyak and Khan-Tyuray with a horde of Balpschevs invaded the State along the Kara-Idel. Kanese and Kioans. At first they laid siege to Uchel. At night, Arbat, who adored the game of shatranj, saw in this his loss to Otyak. Taking this as a bad omen, the Ulugbek surrendered the city to his brother in the morning. Otyak wanted to spare Uchel, but the malicious Balynets, threatening to break their union, insisted on burning the fortifications of Yugara Kerman and Kalgan on Bogyltau. The inhabitants were relocated to the Akbikul balik, surrounded only by a palisade and therefore could not be a fortress.

Hisam's daughter Baigyul-bi was also captured with the Arbat and his family. When the wife of Anbal, the saklapka Uslan-bi, unable to bear the debauchery of her husband, left for the Mountain side, the daughter also, for the same reason, left for the Arbat. Uslan-bi died in the village of Mar-Kaves, and the mountains along the right bank of the Kara-Idel received her name - Uslantau. And her (the grave became a place of pilgrimage, for many people thought that she was a saint ...

Then the allies landed at Boltar and here they met with Ace sent against them. Tarkhan, who was called to march on Bsllak, was, to his joy, turned in the other direction and threw not his own, but the hired cavalry of Atrak's son Khondzhak, against the Urus. He was defeated, and the son of Sarychin, as if expecting this, immediately ran with his own and the surviving Khondzhak to Bulyar.

As soon as the tarkhan appeared in front of the capital on a lathered horse and with words of defeat, the Suvarbash people immediately called the militia to arms and tied the kan. No one in the country thought or dared to stand up for Anbal, and his favorites and the Bilemchis, who had survived from the people's wrath, preferred to quietly leave for Nur-Suvar and Bolgar.

The father recalled that the son of Khisam Selim Chalmati - Ulugbek Bolgar - sent Otyak a secret message. In it, he promised Dzhangi not to surrender the city to the Uruses and open the gates only to him. Otyak himself, having learned about the overthrow of Anbal, rushed to Bulyar and was immediately raised to the throne by Kurnay, who joined him at Nukrat, as well as by Sarychin’s son As, the head of the Suvarchis, Umar and Tarkhan Tubdjak Khan Turgen.

Khan-Tyurayai, deciding that Otyak had abandoned him, in extreme anger plundered the unfortified Aka-Basar, Khorezm and Ibragim baliks of Bolgar and stormed the citadel and Baryndzhar balik. The Chalmatians and the Baryndjars, however, easily repelled the attack of the Balyns, because the Uruses could not take the Bulgarian cities due to poor weapons and the absence of any adaptations. Only when Otyak again appeared to the Bolgar, Khan-Tyurayai calmed down and willingly agreed to leave with a half army after giving him Anbal, his daughter Baigyul, Arbat and his son Azan. However, it was rumored that they were issued by Otyak himself, who wanted to get rid of his rivals. This is evidenced by the fact that Chalmati, who had especially annoyed the Balynian, calmly remained in the State, and all the prisoners were well settled. Khisam became the first Balyn lancer or boyar, and Arbat became the governor of Moskhi. Against the will of Baigyul, but with the blessing of Anbal, Khan-Turyay took her as his wife. Bika, who passionately loved her native land, did not forgive the Balyns for the defeat I took into account, the Bulgarian baliks and her beloved estate, where she was born. The same was true of Chalmati, who, in response to the demand to extradite the captured Uruses, handed over to the Balyns their decapitated bodies with one Bulgar boot on each. Among the Uruses, only beks and boyars were wearing boots, and everyone immediately understood that the emir reminded Balyits of his disgrace near Kisan.

The new Kan immediately abolished the tax increase and secured the position of the parties in Martyube. This immediately reassured the people. Taking revenge on the Kazanchis who surrounded Anbal, the Kan ordered them, led by the ulan Saran, to move to the desert parts of the Mardan district of Mukhshi and build the city of Mukhsha and Saran. Bellak received for this a tribute from Mukhshi, three times higher than the previous one from the Burtas Ars and Serbians. In the neighborhood, on the Shir, were the possessions of the Kuman Khan, the son of Bonyak Chishma, who served on the Baraj-Chishma under Shamgun and left for the Shir after the death of the Kan. He was considered a brave warrior, and between him and the Mardans there was a respectful unwritten agreement not to attack each other's possessions. Khondzhak, who acquired the dubious reputation of being the most notorious robber in Saklan, was defeated by him and since then has circled the upper reaches of the Shir side ...

The union of the Kan with the Balynets did not last long. The omnipotence of Khan-Tyurayai infuriated both the boyars and the son of Ryshtauly, the Kisan bek Khalib. To topple the Balynets, Khalib decided to push him against the State and his own son. He persuaded the ambitious son of Khan-Tyuray Myshdauly to make a victorious attack on the State and thereby obtain the basis for taking the throne. The reason for the attack was Otyak's order to restore Uchel's fortifications. “Let's go in the winter,” said Khalib Myshdauly. “Kan has gone to Kolyn, and we will easily take rich booty from the Bulgars, who do not expect an attack at this time.”

Kan really went to Kolyn - the capital of the Biy-su province - through Uchel, because the local tarkhan Mer-Chura was indignant at the doubling of tribute. Mer Churu was secretly inspired by his father, the Ur tarkhan of the Seber Aley-bat, who expected the same. Brother of Aley-bat

Akbalyk was the tarkhan of the Baigul province and also surreptitiously supported the rebellion. The fear of Tarkhan Tamty Insan and Turgen prevented the brothers from speaking openly.

The Myshdauls and Khalib entered the State and defeated the large Mishar aul Altish on the Chuyl River, after which they proceeded to Deber. The Deber subashes, angry at the Kazanchis, did not even move their ears and with undisguised joy watched the fires in the Uhlan estates from the walls.

Khalib remained at Deber, as if deciding to take him, and Myshdauly went to Uchel, whose fortifications were not even half completed. The defenseless Akbikyuls fled to the forest in advance, so that the bek did not profit from anything. In extreme annoyance, he returned to Deber and found that Khalib had already fled, and the Bulgarian militia of Chalmati, angry at the Uruses, with two thousand Kazanchis, was approaching the city.

The Kazanchis captured the Balyn convoy and fell behind, leaving the militias to pursue Myshdauly, who was wounded in the neck with a spear. But the townspeople were unimportant horsemen, and Myshdauly slipped away. However, his wound did not heal, it began to boil, and in the end the bek died from it.

After that, Khan-Tyurayai, in order to clear himself of accusations of friendship with the Kan, announced the preparation of a new raid on the State. This overflowed the cup of dissatisfaction with the Bek. Anbal, encouraged by Khalib, persuaded the boyars to put on the throne the son of Khan-Tyuray and Baigyul-bi Dzhurga, whom ours called Lachyn Khisami. Baygul joined the conspiracy wholeheartedly, letting the conspirators into her husband's bedroom at night. She hid the sword of the hated husband in advance, and he, being unarmed during the attack, was killed with the ax of Anbal.

Kahn was taken by surprise by these events. Returning from Kolyn with Mer-Chura and a thousand of his biys captured by Kurnay, Otyak encountered Chishma's raids. They say that the embittered Mukhshi Kazanchis set Chishma against the State and let him through their district to Martyuba.

The Cumans staged the first such raid during the Myshdauly raid and distracted the Mardanians and Mishar Ak-Chirmyshs. And among the Mishar Bulgars, many Cumans always settled, so they were more like them than the Bulgars of other regions… They were not able to defend the entire border, and therefore the Kan transferred kursybai to Mukhsha. The fighting efficiency of the corps, however, fell sharply due to the lack of salaries for the purchase of weapons that had risen in price, and Kurnay was clearly losing to the more numerous Kumans. Khonjak secretly helped Chishma in the hope of weakening him.

In one of the raids, the Cumans broke through to Deber. Otyak became furious, for most of the district was already state and Kan, and dismissed the kursybai. With the freed funds, he put together a new corps from the Yarchaly Tintyausians of Insan and sent it to Mukhsha. The beloved younger wife of the Kan, the daughter of the Kisan bek Khalib Bish-Ulbi, at the same time persuaded her husband to move the capital of the State here as well, in order to be closer to her father. When Otyak arrived in Mukhsha, news came of the death of Khan-Tyuray. Kan immediately sent Insan to Balyn, and he besieged and burned the city of Kul-Asma. The bek of the city of Mikail jumped out of it in his underwear and was taken prisoner, but was released on the orders of Otyak, since the new bek of Balyn Syb-Bulat promised to resume the payment of the Djir tribute canceled by Khan-Tyuray for his release.

While the calmed Kan was occupied by Mukhsha, Syb-Bulat captured the rebels and severely punished them. Anbal was drowned in a box, in which he was beaten alive, and Baygyul was tied to the crossbar of the gate and shot with bows.

Lachyn fled to Kisan, which caused a clash between Balyn and Khalib. Otyak supported Khalib, because Syb-Bulat did not send the promised tribute, and he moved to Moskha along with Insan. Tarkhan, whose people were tired of the war, and whose masters were recalled to Mukhsha, fought without any desire, and Arbat, leaving the city, defeated and captured Khalib. The son of Khalib Urman, who was friends with Balyn out of fear of the State, immediately occupied Kisan and persuaded Chishma to attack Mukhsha ...

Unfortunately, the quick-tempered and frivolous Kan quarreled with Insan. Bish-Ulbi called Tarkhan the culprit of capturing her father, and the Kan in anger hit him with a whip. The Tintyaus people, the very last of whom never gave way even to the uhlans, became indignant and arbitrarily went to Deber. At that moment, the Cumans attacked. It was in 1178.

Leaving 50 djuras to defend the city, the Kan began to retreat. Taking advantage of the confusion, Bish-Ulbi fled to Kisan with her two sons from the Kan - Khalib and Altynbek Dzhelaletdin. Kan, approaching the Deber River, which later became known as Zyuya, decided to take a break. At dawn, Insan came out to the camp. He was embittered that the Bulgarian kazanchis did not let him go home, suspecting him of going over to the side of Chishma. One of the djurkan, seeing the Tintyaus people, mistook them half-awake for the Cumans and raised the alarm. Insan, however, mistook the camp of the Kan for the camp of Kazanchis and immediately attacked it. 49 out of 50 Jurkan were killed. Otyak himself jumped out of the tent and rushed on horseback to Deber. But in the river Kan suddenly fell off his horse and drowned. Only one of the djuras, sent earlier by the Kan to Bolgar to Gabdulla, who was sitting there, rode to the place.

Chelbir immediately rode to Deber with 400 volunteers. Near the city, he found Insan fighting with the kazanchis and barely parted the fighting. He failed to establish the true culprits of the death of the Kan, for the Tarkhan said that he retreated with the Kan and got lost in the forest before Deber. On the site of the Cape camp, which began to be called the Otyakov field, the Cuman weapons of the Tintyaus were discovered. Insan hastened to declare that this testifies to the guilt of the Cumans, and Gabdulla could not but admit that he was right. Only before his death, Tarkhan told the truth to my father in order to relieve his soul and firmly believing in his decency.

Fortunately for Insan, one of Chishma's detachments appeared at that time in front of Deber, and Chelbir attacked him with all his fury. Three thousand Kypchaks were chopped up, and their heads were piled up. Insan was especially zealous, fearing Gabdulla's doubts about his loyalty.

Chelbir still did not forgive the Tarkhan for the death of his father and ordered him to stay forever in the Deber district. But Insan was already glad that he had avoided the worst ...

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