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The Farukhi (Anwariyya) Dynasty

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1867 - 1874 H.H. 'Azim Jah, Amir ul-Umara, Siraj ul-Umara, Madar ul-Mulk, 'Umdat ul-Mulk, Azim ud-Daula, Asad ud-Daula ul-Ingliz, Nawab Muhammad 'Ali Khan Bahadur, Zulfikhar Jang, Sipah-Salar, Prince of Arcot. b. at Madras, 27th May 1802, second son of H.H. Amir ul-Hind, Wala Jah, 'Umdat ul-Umara, Siraj ul-Mulk, Amir ud-Daula, Nawab 'Abdu'l 'Ali Khan Bahadur, Shaukat Jang, Sipah-Salar, Subadar of the Carnatic, by his first wife, H.H. Nawab Begum Sahiba, daughter of Shukoh ul-Mulk, Nasir ud-Daula, Nawab 'Abdu'l Samad Khan Bahadur, Diler Jang, educ. privately. Presdt. Regency Cncl. for his nephew, 23rd December 1825 to 25th August 1842. Succeeded him as the head of the Royal House of the Carnatic, 7th October 1855. Contested the doctrine of lapse in the British House of Commons and was eventually granted the hereditary title of Prince of Arcot (Amir-i-Arcot), 19th January 1867. Installed at Chepauk Palace, Artillery Park, Madras, by the Governor, Lord Napier, in person, 1867. m. (first) 1817/1818, Nawab Nur un-nisa Begum Sahiba, younger daughter of Zahir ud-Daula. m. (second) 1823, Nawab Shafi un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d. at Madras, 1825), daughter of his uncle, Mumtaz ul-Umara, Shukoh ul-Mulk, Itimad ud-Daula, by his first wife, a daughter of Najm ud-Daula, Nawab Husain Khan Bahadur. m. (third) Nawab Dulhan Begum Sahiba, née Sahibzadi Munim un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Sahibzada Muhammad Khan-i-Alam Khan Bahadur, by his wife, Saliha Begum Sahiba, daughter of Nawab Muhammad Aziz ud-din Khan Bahadur, Mustaqim Jang. m. (fourth) Nawab Sa'adat un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d. before 1843), who had six sons and two daughters (three sons and one daughter died young). m. (fifth) Nawab Mumtaz un-nisa Begum Sahiba. m. (i) Asima Banu Sahiba. m. (ii) Soda Banu Sahiba (d.s.p.).m. (iii) Abdat ul-Kadir Sahiba (d.s.p.).m. (iv) Khidami Banu Sahiba, who had two sons. m. (v) Abdat us-Salim Sahiba. He d. at Shadi Mahal, Madras, 14th January 1874, having had issue, five sons and eight daughters:
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1874 - 1879 H.H. Azam Jah, 'Umdat ul-Umara, Siraj ul-Umara, Madar ul-Mulk, 'Umdat ul-Mulk, Azim ud-Daula, Asad ud-Daula ul-Ingliz, Nawab Muhammad Badiu'llah Khan Bahadur, Zulfikhar Jang, Sipah-Salar, Prince of Arcot, GCSI (1.1.1877), eldest son of H.H. 'Azim Jah, Amir ul-Umara, Siraj ul-Umara, Madar ul-Mulk, 'Umdat ul-Mulk, Azim ud-Daula, Asad ud-Daula ul-Ingliz, Nawab Muhammad 'Ali Khan Bahadur, Zulfikhar Jang, Sipah-Salar, Prince of Arcot, by Asima Banu Sahiba. Styled Zahir ud-Daula, Fitrut Jang before his accession. Succeeded on the death of his father, 14th January 1874. Granted a personal salute of 15-guns. Rcvd: Prince of Wales's gold medal (1876) and KIH gold medal (1877). m. (first) Nawab Tahir un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d. at Madras, before 1879), daughter of his uncle, Mumtaz ul-Umara, Shukoh ul-Mulk, Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab …Khan Bahadur, by his first wife, a daughter of Najm ud-Daula, Nawab Husain Khan Bahadur. m. (second) Rashid un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d. at Madras, before 1879). m. (third) Afzal un-nisa Begum Sahiba (b. ca. 1835). m. (fourth) Aman un-nisa Begum Sahiba (b. ca. 1846). m. (fifth) Ghausia Begum Sahiba (b. ca. 1842). m. (i) Karim Banu Sahiba (b. ca. 1821; d. at Madras, 1886). m. (ii) Rahmat Banu Sahiba (b. ca. 1827). m. (iii) Farhat Banu Sahiba (b. ca. 1824). m. (iv) Gul Shan Sahiba. He d. at Amir Mahal, Royapettah, Madras, 16th June 1879, having had issue four sons and several daughters, including:
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