RADHANPUR

The Babi Dynasty

GENEALOGY

1715 - 1729 Nawab H.E. Nawab Jawan Mard Khan I Bahadur [Khan Shri Muhammad Khan-i-Jahan Khanji Safdar Khanji Babi], third son of H.E. Nawab Safdar Khan Bahadur, sometime Naib Subadar of Gujarat - see India (Junagadh). Faujdar of Radhanpur 1715-1729, of Patan 1726-1728, and of Petlad 1729. Granted the titles of Jawan Mard Khan Bahadur in 1716 and Nawab in 1729. m. a daughter of Muhammad Babi (who also had a son called Muhammad Dauran Babi). He d. from wounds received in battle with the Kolis at Balor, Petlad, 27th July 1729 (bur. Idgah), having had issue, three sons:
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1753 - 1765 Nawab Jawan Mard Khan II Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur. b. as Khan Shri Muhammad Kamal ud-din Khan Babi Bahadur, eldest son of Nawab Jawan Mard Khan I Bahadur, sometime Faujdar of Radhanpur and Patan. Appointed to a mansab of 700 zat and granted the title of Jawan Mard Khan Bahadur, after the death of his father, 1729. Faujdar of Vadnagar 1730-1733, of Viramgam 1733-1734, of Kadi and Vijapur 1734-1738, Patan 1738, Naib of Ahmadabad 1742-1753, and Naib Subadar of Gujarat 1743. Granted the parganas of Sami and Munjpur in fief 1730, Kadi and Vijapur 1734, the jagirs of Balasinor, Kheda, and Gogha 1753. Conducted a gallant defence of Ahmadabad against a Maratha siege, but was forced to surrender the city when funds failed. Granted the districts of Pattan, Vadnagar, Sami, Munjpur, Tharad, Visalnagar, Kheralu, Radhanpur, Tharwarah, and Vijapur, in compensation 30th March 1753. He d. 1765, having had issue, two sons and a daughter:
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1765 - 1787 Nawab Muhammad Najm ud-din Khan Ghazi Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur, Tharad and Tervada, younger son of Nawab Jawan Mard Khan II Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur, educ. privately. Allowed to succeeded to Radhanpur, Tharad and Tervada by the Gaekwar, 1765. m. Badshah Begum Sahiba. He d.s.p.m. at Radhanpur, 1787, having had issue, a daughter:
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1787 - 1813 H.E. Nawab Muhammad Ghazi ud-din Khan Babi Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur, Sami and Munjpur, elder son of Nawab Jawan Mard Khan II Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur, educ. privately. Allowed to succeeded to Sami and Munjpur by the Gaekwar of Baroda, 1765. Succeeded his brother at Radhanpur, 1787. Forced to surrender executive powers to his eldest son, 27th March 1811. m. (first) (nikah) a Rajput lady. m. (second) Bibi Teju Bai Sahiba. He d. at Radhanpur, 11th May 1813, having had issue, two sons and a daughter:
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1813 - 1825 H.E. Nawab Muhammad Sher Khan I Babi Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur and Sami. b. at Radhanpur, 1794, elder son of H.E. Nawab Muhammad Ghazi ud-din Khan Babi Bahadur, Nawab Sahib of Radhanpur, Sami and Munjpur, by his Rajput wife, educ. privately. Seized power from his father, 27th March 1811. Succeeded on the death of his father, 11th May 1813. Took possession of Sami and Munjpur after the death of his brother, 8th December 1813. Entered into treaty relations with the HEIC by which he came under British Protection, 16th December 1813. m. (first) … m. (second) H.H. Nawab Sardar Bibi Sahiba, Regent for her infant step son 1825-1837. He d. at Radhanpur, 1825, having had issue, an only surviving son:
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