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Harun Al-Rashid Season 1 Episode 28 with English, Urdu Subtitle Full HD

He held the position of Khilafah from 786 to 24 March 809 and his era is called the era of scientific, cultural and religious tolerance. Art and music also flourished during his reign. His court was so magnificent that for the well-known book ‘Alif Laila Hazar Dastan’ it is said that its initial movement was taken from there.

Haroon Rashid was the son of the third Abbasid Caliph Al-Mahdi who ruled from 775 to 785. Aaron became caliph when he was 22 years old.

The day he took over the caliphate, his wife gave birth to Mamun al-Rashid. Under Haroon Rashid, the capital of the Abbasid Caliphate, Baghdad, reached its peak. He built a new palace in Baghdad that was bigger and more beautiful than all the previous palaces, including his famous court, to which thousands of courtiers belonged.

He later moved to Darbar al-Raqqa, Syria, in view of the situation in Syria, but said Baghdad was better than any other place in the world. Aaron is known to have wandered the streets of the capital in disguise at night to find out the problems of the people. However, according to some historians, these incidents are merely the traditions of the royalists, but he was certainly an informed ruler.

In addition to his passion for knowledge, poetry and music, Haroon was himself a scholar and poet, and whenever he came across a scholar in his kingdom or in neighboring kingdoms, he would invite him to his court. During this period, the Abbasid Caliphate established diplomatic relations with China and France.

Harun Al-Rashid Season 1 Episode 28 with English Subtitle Full HD

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