Mukhali was an important companion of Genghis Khan born of the Jalair clan in 1170. Genghis Khan ( or;, Chinggis Khaan, ʧiŋgɪs χaːŋ Činggis Qaɣan; 1162–1227 born (meaning "ironworker" was the Mongol founder He served Genghis' enemy (serving as a slave or Nak for Genghis' rival, the aunt of his father of the Jurkin clan) in his early days but was captured. In Telecommunications a negative-acknowledge character (NAK is a transmission Control character sent by a station as a negative Response Genghis rewarded the defiant Mukhali for his integrity and wisdom, and afterwards was a loyal lieutenant of the rising khan.
Mukhali was the chief commander in Genghis' protracted invasion of the Jurchen Jin Dynasty and was conferred the title King of China((fact)), then commanding a much smaller part of northern China. The Jurchens ( were a Tungus people who inhabited the region of Manchuria ( Northeast China) until the 17th century when they adopted the name Manchu This is an article for the Jurchen Jin Dynasty (1115–1234 For other Chinese dynasties whose names are also rendered "Jin" in Pinyin, see Jin Dynasty He died in North China in 1223. Northern China or North China ( literally "China's north" is a Geographical region of China.
After his death, descendants of Mukhali served the Great Khan of the Mongols, especially those of the Toluid lineage. For other titles related to and uses of Khan, see that article Origin The title Tolui, also rendered Toluy or Tolui Khan (Толуй; c 1190 &ndash 1232 was the youngest son of Genghis Khan by Börte. Retainers of the Toluid Hulagu participated in the conquest of Persia, then called Mollai, and later founded the Jalairid Dynasty which ruled from Baghdad after the collapse of the Hulaguid Il-Khanate. This article is about the founder of the Ilkhanate For the head of the Chagatai khanate please see Qara Hülëgü Hulagu Khan, also known as The Persian Empire was a series of Iranian empires that ruled over the Iranian plateau, the original Persian homeland and beyond in Western Asia Baghdad (بغداد) is the Capital of Iraq and of Baghdad Governorate, with which it is also coterminous The Ilkhanate, also spelled Il-khanate or Il Khanate (Ил Хан улс Il Khan uls;) was a Mongol Khanate established in