1346 Chagatai Khanate divided into two groups; west (Transoxiana) led by Qara’unas amirs, and east (Moghulistan) to Dughlats. 1346~1360 Tughlugh converted to Muslim and ordered to 160,000 people to convert to Islam. 1351 Chagatai Amir Qazaghan attacks the Kart dynasty and sacks Herat. 1363 Tughlugh executes Transoxiana’s amirs and took control of the region. 1365 Ilyad Khoja returned to Transoxiana, and defeats revolt by Amir Husayn and Timur of the Barlas. 1375 Tamerlane invades Moghulistan, devastating the Ili region, to which Qamar-ud-din Khan Dughlat responds by invading Fergana. 1380~1390 Tamerlane went on a war with Moghuls. 1390 Qamar-ud din of Moghuls invades Timurids, however he disappeared during the war. 1390s~1402 Tamerlane’s grandson, Iskander the governor of Ferghana seizes the cities of Aksu, Bai, Kashgar, Turfan. 1404 Shams-i-Jagan received a letter from Timur to prepare for the war with Ming China. 1408~1415 Muhammad Khan built a temple, Rabát on the northern side of the defile of Chádir Kul. 1417 Naksh-i-Jahan allowed the buddists preachers to act and negotitated joint actions with Northern Yaun against Oirats. 1419 Uwais attacks on Esen Taishi but catured by Oirats 3 times. 1425 Ulugh Beg to invade Moghulistan and defeats Sher Muhammad. 1429 Death of Uwais Khan: Uwais’s son Esen Buqa II quarreled over the throne. 1433 Moghulistan recovers Kashgar. 1451 Abu Sa’id Mirza sends Esen’s brother Yunus Khan who fled Samarkand to troops to occupy Kashgar but repelled. 1462 Moghulistan divided to Yunus Khan of west and to Dost Muhammad Khan of east. 1465 Mirza Abu Bakr Dughlat seizes Yarkand and Khotan. 1469 Yunus Khan seizes Aksu. 1472 Kebek Sultan of Uyghuristan (Eastern Moghulistan) assassinated. 1473 Ming–Turpan conflict: Yunus Khan occupies Hami. 1475 Yunus Khan’s daughter, Qutlugh Nigar married with the Timurids’ prince Umar Shaikh (and births Babur who becomes Mughal Emperor in India later.) 1480 Mirza Abu Bakr Dughlat took Kashgar. 1482 Ming–Turpan conflict: Hami is retaken by Qanšin. 1487 Yunus Khan’s sons, Sultan Mahmud rules Taskent (west) and Ahmad Alaq rules east. 1493 Ming–Turpan conflict: Ahmad Alaq captures Šamba and occupies Hami. 1497 Ming–Turpan conflict: Ahmad Alaq abandons Hami. 1499 Ahmad Alaq seizes Kashgar and Yengisar from Mirza Abu Bakr. 1502 Muhammad Shaybani captures both Ahmad Alaq and Mahmud Khan in Battle of Ferghana Valley. 1508 Mansur Khan unites two Moghulistan. 1509 Mirza Abu Bakr captures Kashgar. 1513 Hami swtiched side with Mansur Khan of Uyghuristan against Ming dynasty. 1516 The cities of Bai, Kucha, Karashar, Urumuchi, Turpan, Kumul, and Dunhuang joined Sultan Said Khan’s state. 1524 Mansur Khan invades China with 20,000 men through Suzhou District but repelled. 1528 Turpan annexed Kumul. 1533 Sultan Said Khan died on July 9, due to asthma, during a holy expedition on Tibet. 1558 Yarkent Khanate: Kazakh Khanate invades but is repelled in Issyk-Kul. 1570 Shah Khan captures Abdul Karim of Yarkent who tried to take Aksu. 1588 Abdul Karim Khan conquers Turpan and declares independence from Muhammad Khan III of Yarkent 1606 Uyghuristan restored by the ruler of Abduraim Khan. 1635 Abdullah Khan of Yarkent captures the Aksu. 1680 Former Moghulistan regions becomes under Dzungar Khanate.