House of Ashar

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Oshar
. Āşar bāşhāna .
Imperial house
Imperial Emblem Oshar.png
Country Komania
Parent houseHouse of Ghashran
Titles
  • Conqueror of Emperors, Sahyan-e Mezarâm
  • Giver of Peace, Qâsayan
  • King of Kings, Shezmezarah
  • Protector of Zarasaism, Fâsam-e Sâgh Şâbân
  • Emperor of the Eastern Realm
  • Saviour of All
  • Custodian of the Great Gharam
  • Emperor of All Komans
  • Great Prince of the State
Foundedc. 1289 (1289)
Founder Şî Óşar
Current headMîşanlî Óşar
EthnicityKoman
Cadet branches

The House of Oshar is a Zarasaist Vaniuan imperial dynasty originating from the Golden Steppes, northern Vaniua in the late 13th century CE. It is the largest and most historically significant royal house of Vaniua. It is composed of the descendants of Şî Óşar, founder of the Great Horde and conqueror of Eastern Vaniua (c. 1289-1657). It is most notable for its rapid expansion to Eastern Vaniu after the conquest of the Khanate of Qomandi and the fall of the Kalkali Khanate (700-1220). It's gradual expansion to the east led to a large influx of demographic changes which are still seen today.

The House of Oshar has gone through four phases: The Great Horde (c. 1289-1657), known for being a Golden age for Vaniua, the Koman kingdoms (1657-1811), marked by continuous infighting and armed conflicts, the Imperial unification on 15 January 1811, which led to the proclamation of the Imperial State and the unification of Komania and the overthrow of the Mishayan and Basher regimes (1811-1880)(1880-1958) accordingly, leading to a stage of political instability in the Koman state.

Etymology

The name Oshar comes from its founder Şî Óşar who founded the newly proclaimed Great Horde in 1289. Today the name Óşar is carried by its descendants whom can claim royal heritage only through paternal lineage.


Title

History

Origins

Great Horde (c. 1289-1657)

Koman Kingdoms (1657-1811)

Imperial Unification (1811)

Basher Regime (1880-1958)

Mishan Regime (1958-present)

Influence

Succesion

Wealth

Opposition

Heads

Most notable current members

See also