BANGANAPALLE

The Naqdi Dynasty

GENEALOGY

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1848 - 1868 Mansur ud-Daula, Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad ‘Ali Khan II Bahadur, Jagirdar of Banganapalle, CSI (25.5.1866), younger son of Sayyid Fath ‘Ali Khan, by his first wife, Fath Husaini Begum Sahiba, younger daughter of Shahryar ul-Mulk, Shahryar ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Mustafa ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Shahryar Jang, educ. privately. Appointed as Heir Apparent, by his father-in-law, after his marriage to Imdad Husaini. Succeeded on the death of his uncle and father-in-law, 1848. Granted a sanad conferring the jagir on himself and his heirs forever, free of tribute or pecuniary demands by the Governor of Madras, 1849. m. (first) Imdad Husaini Begum Sahiba (d. at Banganapalle, 25th September 1908), elder daughter of Nawab Sayyid Husain ‘Ali Khan II Bahadur, Jagirdar of Banganapalle, by his first wife, Zainab Begum Sahiba, younger daughter of Shahryar ul-Mulk, Shahryar ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Mustafa ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Shahryar Jang. m. (second) Karim un-nisa Begum Sahiba. m. (a) Humar Afza Buva. m. (b) Khush Nazar Buva. He d. at Banganapalle, 7th October 1868 (succ. by his nephew), having had issue, two sons (d. young) and four daughters, including:Copyright© Christopher Buyers
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1868 - 1905 Nawab Sayyid Fath-i-‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle, CSI (1.1.1877). b. at Banganapalle, 28th June 1849, eldest son of Mir Asad ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, sometime Subadar of Cuddappah, by his wife, Sultani Begum Sahiba, daughter of Sayyid Tahir ‘Ali Khan, educ. privately at Hyderabad. Appointed as Heir Apparent by his father-in-law, 22nd June 1866. Succeeded on the death of his uncle and father-in-law, 7th October 1868. Installed at Banganapalle, 6th February 1869. Granted the hereditary territorial title of Nawab of Banganapalle, 24th January 1876. The state was placed under the administration of the GOI as a result of financial mal-administration, 1st February 1905. Mbr Central Cttee Imperial Institute 1887. Rcvd: Prince of Wales’s silver medal (1876), KIH gold medal (1877), and Delhi Durbar gold medal (1903). m. (first) at Banganapalle, before 22nd June 1866, Nawab Abbasi Begum Sahiba (d. at Banganapalle, 1870, bur. there), second daughter of Mansur ud-Daula, Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Jagirdar of Banganapalle, CSI, by his third wife, Humar Afza Begum Sahiba. m. (second) at Hyderabad, 1872, Halim un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d. at Banganapalle, 1887, bur. there), a lady from the family of Nur ul-Umara, Nur ul-Mulk, Dilawar ud-Daula, Nawab Muhammad Nur Khan Bahadur, Sulaiman Yar Jang, of Hyderabad. He d. at Banganapalle, 21st April 1905 (bur. there), having had issue, three sons and one daughter by his second wife:
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1905 - 1922 Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad ‘Ali Khan III Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle. b. at Banganapalle, 17th November 1874, eldest son of Nawab Sayyid Fath ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle, by his second wife, Halim un-nisa Begum Sahiba, educ. privately at Banganapalle and Kurnool. Became Heir Apparent at birth. Succeeded on the death of his father, 21st April 1905. Installed on the musnaid, at Banganapalle, 9th July 1905. Reigned under an administrator until he came of age and was invested with full ruling powers, by the Governor of Madras, Lord Wenlock, in person, at Banganapalle, 12th December 1908. Cmsnd Hon 2nd-Lieut Indian Land Forces 21/11/1919. Granted a permanent salute of 9-guns, in recognition of services during the Great War, 30th August 1920. Rcvd: Delhi Durbar medals (1903 and 1911). m. (first) at Hyderabad, 7th December 1900, Nawab … Begum Sahiba (b. at Hyderabad, before 1883; d. at Banganapalle, 25th September 1908, bur. there), daughter of his paternal uncle, Sayyid Murtaza ‘Ali Khan, by his wife, Amat un-nisa Begum Sahiba. m. (second) Nawab … Begum Sahiba. He d. at Banganapalle, 22nd January 1922 (bur. there), having had issue, three sons and one daughter:
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1922 - 1948 H.H. Nawab Mir Fazl-i-‘Ali Khan III Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle. b. 9th November 1901, eldest son of Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad ‘Ali Khan III Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle, by his first wife, a daughter of Sayyid Murtaza ‘Ali Khan, educ. St George’s Grammar Sch., Hyderabad, Newington Institute, Madras and Mayo Coll., Ajmer. Succeeded on the death of his father, 22nd January 1922. Installed on the musnaid by the Governor of Madras, Lord Willingdon, in person, at Banganapalle, 6th July 1922. Removed from active participation in the administration for mal-administration of state funds and judicial malpractice. Forced to reside outside the state, 1939-1947. Signed the Instrument of Accession to the Dominion of India, August 1947. Merged his state into the Madras Presidency, 20th February 1948. Granted the style of His Highness, 1948. Rcvd: Silver Jubilee (1935) Coron (1937), and Indian Independence (1948) medals. m. (first) at Hyderabad, February 1924, Nawab Fakhr un-nisa Begum (d. 1928), only daughter of his paternal uncle, The Hon Nawab Mir ‘Asad ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, sometime MLC. m. (second) 1930, Nawab Rais un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Mir ‘Abu’l Fazal Sahib, from the Salar Jang family of Hyderabad. He d. 1st July 1948, having had issue, one son and three daughters:
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1948 - [1983] H.H. Nawab Mir Ghulam ‘Ali Khan IV Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle. b. 12th October 1925, only son of H.H. Nawab Sayyid Fazl-i-‘Ali Khan III Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle, by his first wife, Nawab Fakhr un-nisa Begum, educ. Bishop Cotton Sch, Bangalore. Became Heir Apparent with the title of Rais Pasha at birth. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1st July 1948. Derecognised by the GOI 6th September 1970, but this was declared ultra vires and voided by the Supreme Court. The GOI amended the Indian Constitution to remove his position as a "ruler" and his right to receive privy-purse payments, 28th December 1971. Rcvd: Silver Jubilee (1935) Coron (1937), and Indian Independence (1948) medals. m. H.H. Nawab Mushir un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Sahibzada Mir Raza ‘Ali Khan, by his wife, Sahibzadi Halim un-nisa Begum, daughter of his uncle, Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad ‘Ali Khan III Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle. He d. October 1983, having had issue, one son and one daughter, including:
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[1983] H.H. Nawab Sayyid Fazl-i-‘Ali Khan IV Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle. b. 24th January 1959, eldest son of H.H. Nawab Mir Ghulam ‘Ali Khan IV Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle by his wife, H.H. Nawab Mushir un-nisa Begum Sahiba. Succeeded on the death of his father as Head of the Royal House of Banganapalle, October 1983. m. H.H. Nawab Khadija Fatima Begum Sahiba, daughter of Sahibzada Ashfaq ‘Ali Khan of Banganapalle, by his wife, Sahibzadi Hakima Khatun [Haji Pasha], youngest daughter of H.H. Nawab Sayyid Fazl-i-‘Ali Khan III Bahadur, Nawab of Banganapalle. He had issue, one son and two daughters
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