Mutukan was the eldest son of Chagatai Khan and through him a grandson of the founding Mongol khagan Genghis Khan. Mutukan (Mö'etüken) was killed during the siege of Bamiyan in 1221. His son was Yesü Nto'a. Yesu' Nto'a was the father of Baraq (Chagatai Khan). Buraq Khan was khan of Moghulistan from 1266–1271.[1][2]

Mutukan
DiedBamiyan
IssueYesü Nto'a
Qara Hülëgü
Büri
HouseBorjigin
FatherChagatai Khan

Genealogy of Chagatai KhanatesEdit

In Babur Nama written by Babur, Page 19, Chapter 1; described genealogy of his maternal grandfather Yunas Khan as:

Yunas Khan descended from Chaghatai Khan, the second son of Chingiz Khan (as follows,) Yunas Khan, son of Wais

Khan, son of Sher-'ali Aughlon, son of Muhammad Khan, son of Khizr Khwaja Khan, son of Tughluq-timur Khan, son of Aisan-bugha Khan, son of Dawa Khan, son of Baraq Khan, son of Yesuntawa Khan, son of Muatukan, son of Chaghatai Khan, son of Chingiz Khan"[1]

Genealogy of Abdul Karim Khan according to Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat
  1. Chingiz Khan
  2. Chaghatai Khan
  3. Mutukan
  4. Yesü Nto'a
  5. Ghiyas-ud-din Baraq
  6. Duwa
  7. Esen Buqa I
  1. Tughlugh Timur
  2. Khizr Khoja
  3. Muhammad Khan (Khan of Moghulistan)
  4. Shir Ali Oglan
  5. Uwais Khan(Vaise Khan)
  6. Yunus Khan
  7. Ahmad Alaq
  1. Sultan Said Khan
  2. Abdurashid Khan
  3. Abdul Karim Khan (Yarkand)

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b The Babur Nama in English, Zahiru'd-din Mubammad Babur Padshah Ghdzt, Annette Susannah Beveridge
  2. ^ a b The Tarikh-i-Rashidi: a history of the Moghuls of central Asia by Mirza Muhammad Haidar Dughlat; Editor: N. Elias,Translated by Sir Edward Denison Ross,Publisher:S. Low, Marston and co., 1895