Hasanwayhids were a Kurdish Muslim dynasty that ruled the border area between present-day Iraq and Iran in the 10th and 11th centuries. It was named after its founder Hasanwayh ibn Husayn. The Dinawar-centered state’s boundaries expanded over time to the cities of Shahrizor, Hamadan and Nahavand.
Hasanwayh, known as Mîr Hesnewî in Kurdish and Abu’l Fawaris in Arabic, was the founder of the Hasanwayhid dynasty. He was born to Husayn a Kurdish chief from Barzikanî tribe.
Badr ibn Hasanwayh
Hasanwayhids after Badr
List of the Rulers
·Abu’l Fawaris Hasanwayh ibn Husayn al-Barzikani
·Abu an-Najm Naser ad-Din Badr ibn Hasanwayh
·Hilal bin Badr
·Tahir bin Hilal
·Badr bin Tahir