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|origin          = [[Khomadar province|Khomadar]]
|origin          = [[Khomadar province|Khomadar]]
|country          = [[Komania|Imperial State of Komania]]
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*[[Khewam Complex|Teshah Palace]]
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Latest revision as of 11:07, 19 November 2023

Imperial House of Komania
Ashar Imperial Coat of Arms.png
Kasat of the ruling Tamshahsar Banner
Parent houseHouse of Galkhai
Country Asaman
Place of originKhomadar
Foundedc.1289 (1289)
Current headMîşanli Aşar
Connected families
Cadet branches

The House of Ashar (Koman: TASIREH ĀCAR), self-designated as Kalhali (Koman:KALHALI), is a Shawaddii Zarasaist dynasty or clan of Mahavic and Vaniuan origin. The Asharids originated as a Juhashkan branch of the Galkhai dynasty, supplemented with Tamirid and Tamaghid (the clans that ruled the Tamir Khanate and Kothlen Horde) bloodlines. The dynasty has an incontestable claim as descendants of Prophet Zarasa through their position as Custodians. The dynasty's founder, Ashar (born 1255 CE) was a direct descendant of Balâhak (823– ?) and Tamaghli (1207–1263) on his mother's side and of Juhash conqueror Yede Galkhai on his father's side, with several of Ashar's ancestors having affiliations with minor houses through marriage and common ancestry. The dynasty is most notable for establishing the Great Horde (1289–1657) based in Eastern Vaniu and the Balak Empire (1866–1963) through one of its cadet branches.

The House of Ashar has gone through four phases: The Great Horde, signaling the Asharid Renaissance known for being a Golden age for Vaniua, the Great Warring period (1657–1811), marked by continuous infighting and armed conflicts, unification of the Imperial State through the Tughanjuh Proclamation on January 28, 1811, and the overthrow of the Mishayan and Basher regimes (1811–1880)(1880–1910) accordingly, leading to the Koman civil war (1933–1954).


The common name Ashar comes from its founder Ashar who founded the newly proclaimed Great Horde in 1289. Today the name Ashar is carried by its descendants and members of the Asharid tribe who can claim royal heritage only through paternal lineage. The name Ashar is believed to be a derivation of the Nashaghan verb âshân meaning "to put right, rectify". Ruling members of the clan prefer to use the name Kalhali following a derivation to its parent house, the Galkhai dynasty, rulers of the former Sunrise Horde.




The origins of the Oshar dynasty goes back to the royal lineage of the Hamashanid tribes, who created the Qazsara assembly and laid the bases for the succeeding Ghashran dynasty, commonly known for holding obvious pre-Vaniuan origins. It is hypothesised that the royal Ghashranids lived mainly as nomads along the Golden Steppes, they were known for holding warlord titles and exercising strong influence in the Qazsara. Their position as the head dynasty of the khanate changed as the Tamirs migrated southwards due to the fragmentation of the Tamir Khanate. Led by Shi Oshar, his people conquered the Qaman kingdom of Qomandi and proclaimed their own state. The newly proclaimed Oshars subsequently settled along the coastal regions of Melkanchuta and adopted a more homogeneous demographic, additionally, the rise of agricultural activity along the coast subsequently forced the nomadic Oshar dynasty to a more sedentary lifestyle, nevertheless, their nomadic roots have always prevailed among their traditions.

Great Horde (c. 1289-1657)

Koman Kingdoms (1657-1811)

Imperial Unification (1811)

Koman civil war (1939-1954)

Succesion to the throne

House laws




Most notable current members

See also