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The surname Dilbazi is very well known not only in Azerbaijan but also far beyond it. Beginning from the 14-th century this surname was often to be found among the intellectuals, poets, writers, people of art, military men and managers of different fields of  economy. 
  The Dilbazi’s anscestors lived in the village Khanlyglar of the Qazakh District  (Azerbaijani: Qazax rayonu) is one of the 66 districts of Azerbaijan. It is located in the north-west of the country and belongs to the Ganja-Qazakh Economic Region. The region was conquered by a succession of neighboring powers or invaders, including Sassanid Persians, the Byzantine Empire, the Arabs, the Seljuq Turks, the Georgians, the Mongols, the Timurids, the Kara Koyunlu and Ak Koyunlu Turkoman tribes, and finally Safavid Iran. It was also ruled by Ottoman Empire between 1578 and 1607 and again 1722 and 1735.  By the end of the XV century, the Gazakh Sultanate was established as a sovereign geopolitical entity in the region.  Though it was part of the Karabakh principality during the Safavid Empire, Sultan Shamsaddin of Kazakh was given the rank of Khan by the decree of Abbas the Great in 1605 and by this time for heroism and courage on the battlefields some representatives of Dilbazi family were given titles of beks-aghalars. So they acquired lands and built mansions in the center of Gazakh district. After the Russo-Persian War (1804-1813), the Russian Empire gained control of the area by virtue of the Treaty of Gulistan. Under Russian rule, it was part of Tiflis Governorate before forming the northeastern part of the Gazakh Uyezd of the Elisabethpol Governorate in 1868. The nobility was granted to Dilbazi family by Russian Emperior Nikolas I by his decree from 6 december of 1846 . The lands and properties of Dilbazi family was granted to the family as well. The Bek Commissions existing in the 40-70’s of the XIX century regulated the rights of the of the local Turkish-Muslim nobility (beks, agalars,  vekils, sultans, khans,meliks) of the Transcaucasian region.
   As  the history implies the titles of beks-agalars spread among the Turkish peoples were granted by supreme rulers (khans, shakhs, sultans) to the leaders of tribes and nomadic communities, individuals who manifested courage in  battlefields as well as for the merits to the state and were hereditary. Beks-aghalars were considered to be the upper class in the feudal social hierarchy. The Dilbazi family belong to the bek-aghalar class.
 The Soviet power which was established in 1920 proclaimed the abolition of social classes and equality of citizens, confiscated landowners’ lands and distributed them among the peasants as well as initiated the widespread persecution and repressions against nobility including the Dilbazis. Some of them joined the anti-Soviet insurrectionary movement and died and many were arrested as  ”the enemies of the new regime and collectivization” and sent with their families to the desolated steps of Kazakhstan, shot without charge or trial at the decision of the three of the People’s Commissariat of National Security (“the three” was the commission consisting of three people who passed extrajudicial  judgments in the USSR in 1930’s). To escape this lot some families of the Dilbazi clan preferred to leave the Gazakh district. During the period of the new wave of repressions of 1937-1938 yy. almost all the surviving representatives of the family out of “returnees” were executed.



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