Ghazwa-e-hind (the Conquest of India)

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Ghazwa-e-hind means military expedition (conquest, attack) lead by Muslims against India, which was predicted by Muhammad.

The term

In Arabic, it's ghazwa al-hind (غزوة الهند), but it's more known in it's Urdu/Persian version ghazwa-e-hind, which uses the Urdu/Persian ezafe ("-e-" meaning "of"). Ghazwa means military expedition, attack or conquest [1] and hind means India [2].