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Abu Bakar [Abu Bakar ibni al-Marhum Dato Temenggong Sri Maharaja Tun Ibrahim] (1833–1895), sultan of Johore, was born in Teluk Belanga, Singapore, most probably on 3 February 1833, the eldest son of Daing Ibrahim (1810–1862) and his first wife, Encik Ngah (also known as Tengku Andak)...

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Asaf Jah VII [Osman Ali Khan] (1886–1967), nizam of Hyderabad, was born on 6 April 1886 at Hyderabad city, India, as Osman Ali Khan. He was the eldest son of Mir Mahbub Ali Khan (1866–1911), then the nizam (ruler) of Hyderabad as Asaf Jah VI...

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Bengal, nawabs of (act. 1756–1793), rulers in India, were formally the subahdars, or governors, of a Mughal province. In reality they were rulers of what since the early eighteenth century had been an effectively autonomous Bengal. That autonomy was to be lost to the British during their lifetimes....

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Khan, Sir (Muhammad) Hamidullah (1894–1960), nawab of Bhopal, was born on 9 September 1894 in the Sadar Manzir palace, Bhopal, the third son of Nawab Sultan Jahan Begum (1858–1930), the third successive woman to rule the princely state of Bhopal, and ...

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Muhammad Ali Khan Walahjah (c. 1717–1795), nawab of Arcot, was born the third of five sons of Anwar ud-Din Khan Anwar ud-Din Khan (1674?–1749), whom Asaf Jah, the Mughal subahdar of the Deccan and first nizam of Hyderabad, appointed nawab (deputy) of his subordinate ...

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Munni Begam (1723?–1813), consort of Mir Jafar Ali Khan, nawab of Bengal, was probably born in 1723, reputedly the daughter of 'a poor widow' from the village of Balkonda, near Sikandra in northern India (Torrington, 9.76). The widow gave her to a slave woman who took her to ...

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