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date: 13 November 2019

Nawab begums of Bhopallocked

(act. 1819–1926)
  • Siobhan Lambert-Hurley

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Nawab begums of Bhopal (act. 1819–1926), were a dynasty of Muslim female rulers in the central Indian principality of Bhopal during the period of British expansion, consolidation, and paramount rule in south Asia. They belonged to the Mirazi Khel of the Orakzai tribe, originally from the ...

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