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The Timurid Dynasty

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1754 - 1759 H.M. Abu'l-'Adil 'Aziz ud-din Muhammad 'Alamgir II Sahib-i-Qiran Padshah Ghazi, Emperor of India. b. at Multan, 6th June 1699, educ. privately. Blinded on the orders of Emperor Farrukh-siyar, 21st January 1714. Proclaimed on the deposition of Ahmad Shah, 2nd June 1754. m. (first) 1706, a daughter of Amin Khan. m. (second) 23rd November 1709, Shahzadi Sayyid Begum Sahiba, daughter of Shahzada Muhammad Bidar Bakht Bahadur, Bidar Shah Bahadur. m. (third) Nawab Zinat Mahal Sahiba, previously Bilal Kunwar. m. (fourth) Nawab Faiz Bakht Begum Sahiba. m. (fifth) Azizabadi Mahal Sahiba. m. (sixth) Latifa Begum Sahiba. m. (seventh) at Delhi, 1st September 1758, Nawab Zinat Afraz Begum Sahiba. m. (eighth) Aurangabadi Mahal Sahiba. He was k. on the orders of Ghazi ud-din Khan, at Kotla Fateh Shah, 29th November 1759 n.s. (bur. before the platform of Mausoleum of Emperor Humayun, Nizampur, Delhi), having had issue, five sons and four daughters:
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1759 - 1760 H.M. Muhammad Muhi ul-Millat Shah Jahan III Padshah Ghazi, Emperor of India, only son of Shahzada Muhammad Muhi us-Sunnat Mirza, educ. privately. Raised to the musnaid at the Red Fort, Delhi, 10th December 1759. Deposed by the Marathas after their conquest of the Imperial capital, 10th October 1760. He had issue, two sons:
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1760 - 1788 H.M. 'Abdu'llah Jalal ud-din Abu'l Muzaffar Ham ud-din Muhammad 'Ali Gauhar Shah-i-'Alam II Sahib-i-Qiran Padshah Ghazi, Emperor of India (first time) - see below.
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1788  H.M. Nasir ud-din Muhammad Kuchuk Jahan Shah IV Padshah Ghazi, Emperor of India. b. 1749, as Shahzada Bidar Bakht, Mahmud Shah Bahadur [Banka], second son of H.M. 'Abu'n-Nasir Mujahid ud-din Muhammad Ahmad Shah I Bahadur Padshah Ghazi, Emperor of India, educ. privately.Subadar of the Punjab, 12th November 1752. Raised to the musnaid at the Diwan-i-Khas, Red Fort, Delhi, by Ghulam Kadir Khan, 29th August 1788. Fled when the Marathas aproached toward Delhi, 12th October 1788. Deposed 16th October 1788. He was k. on the orders of Emperor Shah-i-Alam II, 1790, having had issue, two daughters:
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