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Chin Timur Khan
چانه تیمور خان
Born Unknown
Died 1529
Place of birth Samarkand, Moghulistan
Place of death Kabul, Mughal Empire
Buried at Kabul
Allegiance Mughal Empire
Fictional flag of the Mughal Empire.svg
Service/branch Mughal army
Years of service 1516-1529
Rank General
Commands held Commander of Mobile guard
Military governor of Kabul
Governor of Punjab
Battles/wars Battle of Khanwa
Conquest of Afghanistan
Mughal raids into India
Conquest of Rajputs

Chin Timur Khan was a general of the Mughal Empire. He was the son of Babur's uncle Sultan Ahmad Alaq. He was in service of both Sultan Said Khan and Mansur Khan, but eventually fled to Babur of Mughal Empire in India. Timur was a commander under the service of Emperor Babur during his conquests. At the Battle of Khanwa, he commanded the center wing, which was also led by the emperor in person. Died of violent dysentery in Agra and was buried there.

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