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The Asaf Jahi Dynasty

GENEALOGY

Shaikh Mir Ismail [Alam Shaikh Siddiqi], Alam ul-Ulema, son of Shaikh Allahdad, son of ‘Abdu’r Rahman Shaikh Azizan, fourteenth in direct male descent from Shaikh Shihab ud-din Suhrawardy, of Suhrawada, in Kurdistan, a celebrated Sufi mystic who lived in Persia, and lineal descendant of the father-in-law of the prophet, Abu Bakar Sadiq. m. (first) a lady of the family of Mir Hamadan, a distinguished Sayyid of Sarmarkand. He was k. at Golkonda, 1686, having had issue, two sons and a daughter:

1) Nawab Qilich Khan Bahadur [Khwaja ‘Abid]. b. at Liabad, near Samarkand (s/o the first wife). Qazi and Shaikh ul-Islam of Bokhara. Migrated to India and entered the Mughal service in 1641. Appointed to an Imperial mansab of 1,000 zat by Emperor Shah Jahan, prom. to 3,000 zat and 500 sowar 1657, prom to 4,000 zat and 700 sowar 1658, prom to 1,500 sowar 1665, prom to 5,000 zat in 1681. Sadar-i-Qul (Supt of Endowments) 1661-1667 and 1681-1685, Subadar of Ajmer 1667-1672, and Multan 1672-1676, Amir-i-Haj 1676-1680, and Faujdar of Zafarabad Bidar 1686-1687. Granted the titles of Azim Khan 1657, and Qilich Khan Bahadur 1680. He d. three days after the siege of Golconda, 7th February 1687 (bur. Uttapur), having had issue, five sons and two daughters, including:
a) Farzand-i-Arjumand, Nawab Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang, Sipah Salar. b. at Samarkand, ca. 1649, as Mir Shahab ud-din, educ. privately. He joined his father at Delhi in 1668, entered the Mughal service and was appointed to an Imperial mansab of 300 zat and 70 sowar 1669. Prom to 500 zat 1681, and further prom to 7,000 zat and 7,000 sowar for his services at the capture of Wudigar and Adoni in 1687. Lost his sight during the campaign against Suntu Mahratha but continued his military commands. Granted the titles of Khan 1681, Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur 1685, and Firuz Jang 1686. Granted the insignia of royalty 1687. Cdt of the Corps of Gentlemen (Bakhshi-i-Ahdiyan) 1683-1687, Sipah Salar (C-in-C) of Malwa 1706-1707, Subadar of Berar 1707, and Gujarat 1707-1710. m. (first) at Delhi, ca. 1668, Nawab Wazir un-nisa Begum Sahiba, née Safia Khanum, daughter of Jumlat ul-Mulk, Nawab Sa’adu’llah Khan Bahadur, ‘Allami Fahami, sometime Wazir ul-Mamalik to Emperor Shah Jahan. m. (second) after the death of his first wife, a daughter of her younger brother, Hafizu’llah Khan [Miyan Khan], sometime Subadar of Sind and a mansabdar of 2,000. m. (third) another daughter of Hafizu’llah Khan [Miyan Khan], sometime Subadar of Sind and a mansabdar of 2,000. He d. at Ahmadabad, 9th December 1710 (bur. Mausoleum of Ghazi ud-din Khan, Ajmiri Gate, Delhi), having had issue, a son and a daughter:
i) Mir Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur, who became H.H. Asaf Jah I, Yamin us-Sultanat, Rukn us-Sultanat, Jumlat ul-Mulk, Madar ul-Maham, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nizam ud-Daula, Khan-i-Dauran, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Fath Jang, Sipah Salar, Nawab Subadar of the Deccan (s/o Wazir un-nisa Begum) - see below.
i) A daughter. m. Sahibzada Hamidu’llah Khan, son of Imad ul-Mulk, Nawab Khwaja Muhammad Mubariz Khan Bahadur, sometime Subadar of the Deccan.
b) H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan Mu’iz ud-Daula, Nawab Khwaja Hamid Khan Bahadur, Salabat Jang [Jangali Shahzada]. Subadar of Bijapur 1710, Wazir ul-Mamalik 1720, Naib Subadar of Gujarat 1723-1724, and of Nander 1726-1728. Granted the titles of Khan 1687, prom to Khan Bahadur 1706, and Mu’iz ud-Daula and Salabat Jang in 1721. Appointed to an Imperial mansab of 3,000 zat and 3,000 sowar 1687, prom to 5000 zat and 5,000 sowar 1706. He d. at Gulbarga, 1728 (bur. Shah Banda Nawaz), having had issue, three sons:
i) Nawab Mir Khairu’llah Khan Bahadur, Fathyab Jang. He had issue, a son:
(1) Fathyab ud-Daula, Nawab Khwaja Marhamat Khan Bahadur, Fathyab Jang. m. Sahibzadi Fakhr un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Manjli Begum], second daughter of H.H. Asaf Jah II, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nizam ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Nizam ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Fath Jang, Sipah Salar, Nizam of Hyderabad. He had issue, a daughter:
(a) Sahibzadi … Begum. b. 30th July 1781 (d/o Fakhr un-nisa Begum).
ii) Sahibzada Mir Hafizu’llah Khan. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
iii) Diler ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Marhamat Khan Bhadur, Diler Jang. He had issue, several sons, including:
(1) Zafaryab ud-Daula, Nawab Khwaja ‘Abdu’llah ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Zafaryab Jang. He had issue:
(a) Nawab Khwaja Baha ud-din ‘Ali Khan. He had issue:
(i) ‘Azzam ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Shams ud-din ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, ‘Azzam Jang. He had issue:
1. Shikoh ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Mughal ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Shikoh Jang. m. Sara Begum. He had issue:
a. ‘Azzam ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Baha ud-din ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, ‘Azzam Jang. m. Sahibzadi Qutub un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Sahibzada Mir Humayun ‘Ali Khan [Humayun Ali Pasha], by his wife, Sahibzadi Ghaus un-nisa Begum Sahiba, only daughter of Nawab Mir Abid ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Dilawar Dil Jang. He had issue, two sons and three daughters:
i. Nawab Mir Shams ud-din ‘Ali Khan.
ii. Nawab Mir Muin ud-din ‘Ali Khan Bahadur [Matheen]. m. (first) Mehbub un-nisa Begum Sahiba. m. (second) Muin un-nisa Begum Sahiba. He had issue:
1a. Nawab Mir Ghias ud-din ‘Ali Bahadur [Ghiyas Siddiqui]. b. 1922 (s/o Mehbub un-nisa). m. Iftikhar un-nisa Begum Sahiba. He had issue, two sons and three daughters:
1b Nawab Mir Muhammad Mujahid ‘Ali Khan. b. at Kalikaman, Hyderabad, 1st September 1963, educ. Birla Inst of Technology (BSc), Pilani. Chemical Engineer. m. Rashid un-nisa Begum Sahiba. He had issue, two sons:
1c. Sahibzada Mir Muhammad Majid ‘Ali Khan. b. at Hyderabad, 1991, educ. Birla Inst of Technology, Dubai, UAE. m. at Hyderabad, 15th August 2013, Tahira Begum Sahiba.
2c. Sahibzada Mir Muhammad Mansur Arman ‘Ali Khan. b. at Abu Dhabi, UAE, 1997.
2b Nawab Mir Muhammad Amjad ‘Ali Khan. m. Sahibzadi Meher un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter Mir Ahmad ‘Ali Khan, by his wife, of Sahibzadi Naseema Begum Sahiba, daughter of Hasham Jah, Nawab Mir Muhammad Hashim ‘Ali Khan Bahadur [Prince Hasham Jah]. He has issue, four daughters:
1c. Sahibzada Mehjabeen Begum Sahiba. b. at Hyderabad, 1994.
2c. Sahibzada Inaaz Begum Sahiba [Inaaz Amjad Khan]. b. at Hyderabad, 1995.
3c. Sahibzadi Afrose Begum Sahiba. b. at Hyderabad, 1998.
4c. Sahibzadi Afreen Begum Sahiba. b. at Hyderabad, 1998.
1b. Sahibzadi Iqbal un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Naveed]. b. at Hyderabad, 2nd May 1955. m. ... She d. 30th March 1984, having had issue, one son.
2b. Sahibzadi Siddiqa Begum Sahiba. b. at Hyderabad, 5th May 1958. m. ... She has issue, two sons and one daughter.
3b. Sahibzadi Ashraf Begum Sahiba. b. at Hyderabad, 2nd March 1965. m. ... She has issue, four sons.
2a. Sahibzada Mir Fazl ud-din ‘Ali Khan (s/o Muin un-nisa). m. Qutb un-nisa Begum Sahiba. He had issue, three sons and eight daughters, including:
1b. Nawab Mir Muhammad Ihtisham ud-din ‘Ali Khan.
2b. Nawab Mir Muhammad … ud-din ‘Ali Khan.
3b. Nawab Mir Muhammad Mir Muin ud-din ‘Ali Khan.
3a. Sahibzada Mir Faruq ‘Ali Khan. b. 1924 (s/o Mehbub un-nisa). m. Akbar un-nisa Begum Sahiba. He d. 1986, having had issue, three sons and three daughters:
1b. Nawab Mir Muhammad Wali ud-din ‘Ali Khan [Iftekhar].
2b. Nawab Mir Muiz ud-din ‘Ali Khan [Fakheer]. b. 1954. He had issue, two sons and one daughter:
1c. Sahibzada Mir Muhi ud-din ‘Ali Khan.
2c. Sahibzada Mir Faruq ‘Ali Khan. b. 1989.
3c. Sahibzadi Sadia Begum Sahiba. m. Shaikh Ilyas Ahmad.
3b. Nawab Mir Baha ud-din ‘Ali Khan [Jilani].
1b. Sahibzadi Hashmat un-nisa Begum Sahiba.
2b. Sahibzadi Azim un-nisa Begum.
3b. Sahibzadi Majid un-nisa Begum Sahiba.
4b. Sahibzadi Mahbub un-nisa Begum Sahiba.
1a. Sahibzadi Ghafur un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Dulhan Shahzadi]. b. at Hyderabad, Deccan, 31st October 1931 (d/o Mehbub un-nisa). m. Nawab Iqbal ‘Ali Khan (b. at Hyderabad, Deccan, 1924; d. at Dubai, UAE, 1998), son of ... ‘Ali Khan, by his wife, Hamid un-nisa Begum Sahiba. She d. at Scarborough, Ontario, Canada, 5th February 2013, having had issue, six sons and four daughters.
2a. Sahibzadi Wahid un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d/o Mehbub un-nisa). m. Syed Saad ud-din Ahmad. She d issue, two sons and four daughters.
3a. Sahibzadi Siraj un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d/o Mehbub un-nisa). m. Siraj ud-din Khan. She had issue, one son and four daughters.
4a. Sahibzadi ... un-nisa Begum Sahiba (d/o Muin un-nisa). m. and had issue, two sons and three daughters.
i. Sahibzadi Dilawar un-nisa Begum Sahiba.
ii. Sahibzadi Himayat un-nisa Begum Sahiba.
iii. Sahibzadi Hafiz un-nisa Begum Sahiba.
‘Azzam ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Baha ud-din ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, ‘Azzam Jang, may also have had issue, a further son:
iii. Sahibzada Mir Mehbub ‘Ali Khan. He had issue, two sons:
1a. Sahibzada Mir Abid ‘Ali Khan. He had issue, a son:
1b. Sahibzada Mir ‘Ihtisham ‘Ali Khan.
2a. Sahibzada Mir Dildar ‘Ali Khan.
c) Nasir ud-Daula, Nawab ‘Abdu’l Rahim Chin Qilich Khan Bahadur, Salabat Jang. Appointed to an Imperial mansab of 1,500 zat and 1,500 sowar 1701, prom to 5,000 zat and 5,000 sowar 1721, prom. to 7,000 zat and 7,000 sowar 1724. Faujdar of Jaunpur 1717-1722, of Burhanpur 1722-1725, 1735 and 1743, of Aurangabad 1725-1743. Granted the titles of Chin Qilich Khan Bahadur by Emperor Bahadur Shah, and prom. to Nasir ud-Daula and Salabat Jang 1721. He d. before 15th February 1744, having had issue, a son:
i) Sahibzada Mir Mujahid Khan. He became a dervish and his end is unknown.
d) A son who d. early in life.
e) Another son who d. early in life.
a) Khadija Begum Sahiba. m. ‘Azd ud-Daula, Nawab Muhammad ‘Iwaz Khan Bahadur, Qaswara Jang [Khwaja Kamal] (d. 11th July 1730, bur. Shrine of Shaikh Burhan ud-din Gharib), sometime Nazim of Ilichpur, son of Mir ‘Iwaz Haidari, by his wife, a sister of Sayyid Niyaz Khan. She had issue - see below.
b) A daughter. m. Zahir ud-Daula, Nawab Ri’ayat Khan Bahadur (d. from wounds recived at the battle of Shakar Khera, 2nd October 1724), sometime Subadar of Malwa, younger son of Khwaja Baha ud-din Khan. She had issue, a son - see below.
2) Khwaja Baha ud-din Khan. He was k. on the orders of the ruler of Bokhara, before 1681, having had issue: Copyright© Christopher Buyers
a) H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Muhammad Amin Khan Chin Bahadur, Nusrat Jang. Migrated to India and entered the Mughal service in 1689, rising to the rank of 2,000 zat and 1,000 sowar 1689, prom to 1,200 sowar in 1700, prom to 3,500 zat in 1706, prom to 4,000 zat in 1707, prom to 1,500 sowar in 1709, prom. to 6,000 zat and 6,000 sowar 1713, prom to 8,000 zat and 8,000 sowar 9/10/1720. Sadar-i-Qul 1699-1707, Faujdar of Moradabad 1707-1713, 2nd Bakshi 1713-1720 and Subadar of Malwa 1718-1719. Vicegerent of the Empire with the title of from Wazir ul-Mamalik 25th November 1720. Granted the titles Khan 1689, Khan Bahadur 1700, Chin Bahadur 1709, I’timad ud-Daula and Nusrat Jang 1713. m. (first) a daughter of Khwaja Zachariah. m. (second) Nawab Zinat Mihr Begum, a relative of Dilrus Banu Begum Sahiba alias Rabia Daurani. He d. suddenly, at Delhi, 8th February 1721 (bur. there at the Madrassa near the Ajmeri Gate), having had issue:
i) H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang [Mir Muhammad Fazil]. Entered the Mughal service and appointed to an Imperial mansab of 6,000 zat and 6,000 sowar 9/10/1720, prom. to 7,000 zat and 7,000 sowar 9/10/1720, prom to 8,000 zat and 8,000 sowar 22/7/1724. Cdt of the Corps of Gentlemen (Bakshi-i-Ahdiyan) 1713-1719, 2nd Bakshi 1720-1724, Wazir ul-Mamalik 22nd July 1724-1748. Granted the titles of Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur by Emperor Aurangzeb, and prom. to I’timad ud-Daula 30th January 1721. m. Sholapuri Bai, sister of Nawab Jan-nisar Khan, sometime Faujdar of Kora Jahanabad. He was accidentally k. by a cannon ball while praying in his tent, at Manupur, 21st March 1748, having had issue, six sons and four daughters:
(1) The eldest son of H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang [Mir Muhammad Fazil]. m. after 1741, a daughter of Nawab ‘Ali Muhammad Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Katehir (Rohilkand). Copyright© Christopher Buyers
(2) Mu’in ul-Mulk, Nawab Farzand Khan Bahadur, Rustam-i-Hind [Mir Mannu]. Commanded the Mughal army which defeated Ahmad Shah Abdali at Manupur, 21st March 1748. Subadar of Lahore and Multan 21st April 1748-1753. Granted the title of Farzand Khan Bahadur Rustam-i-Hind by Ahmad Shah Abdali 1748. m. Murad Begum Sahiba [Mughlani Begum] (d. in Jammu, after 1779), Administrator of Lahore for her infant son January-April 1754 and 1754-1756, née Soraya Begum, daughter of Jani Khan, by his wife, Durdana Begum, daughter of Saif ud-Daula, Nawab ‘Abdu’s Samad Khan Bahadur, Diler Jang, sometime Subadar of Lahore and Kashmir. He d. (poisoned?) at Lahore, 3rd November 1753 (bur. there at Shahidganj), having had issue, one son and two daughters:
(a) Mu’in ul-Mulk, Nawab Muhammad Amin Khan Bahadur. b. 1751 (s/o Mughlani Begum), educ. privately. Naib Subadar of Lahore 12th November (aged 2 years, the Subadar of Lahore, his superior, being aged 3 years). Invested as Subadar for the Shah of Afghanistan, together with the title of Mu’in ul-Mulk, January 1754. He d. at Lahore, May 1754.
(a) Umda Begum Sahiba (d/o Mughlani Begum). m. at Delhi, 21st February 1757, as his second wife, Asaf Jah, Amir ul-Umara, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din III Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang [Mir Shihab ud-din] (b. at Nawar, 1st February 1736; d. at Kalpi, 1st December 1800), eldest son of Amir ul-Umara, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din II Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang, by his wife, Nawab Sultan Begum Sahiba, youngest daughter of H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang [Mir Muhammad Fazil] - see below.
(b) … Begum Sahiba (d/o Mughlani Begum).
(3) H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Itimad ud-Daula, Khan-i-Khanan, Nawab Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur [Mir Muhammad Nizam ud-din] (s/o Sholapuri Bai). Bakshi 1748-1751, Subadar of Ajmer 1751-1753, Wazir ul-Mamalik 13th May 1753-2nd June 1754. Granted the titles of Nizam ud-din Khan Bahadur, Intizam ud-Daula, and Khan-i-Khanan 7th June 1751, prom. to Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur and Itimad ud-Daula 13th May 1753. He was k. (strangled) on the orders of Ghazi ud-din Khan, at the Red Fort, Delhi, 30th November 1759, having had issue:
(a) Fakhr ud-Daula. He left a descendant?:
(i) H.E. ‘Umdat ul-Umara, Itimad ud-Daula, Zia ul-Mulk, Nawab Sayyid Fazl ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Suhrab Jang. Sometime Chief Minister to the King of Oudh. He d. before 1829.
(a) Nawab Shams un-nisa Dulhan Banu Begum Sahiba. m. at Faizabad, 18th November 1770, H.H. Madar ul-Muham, Wazir ul-Mamalik-i- Hindustan, Yar Wafadar, Rustam-i-Hind, Umdat ul-Mulk, Asaf ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Yahya ‘Ali Khan Bahadur, Hizabir Jang, Sipah Salar, Nawab Wazir of Oudh (b. ca. 23rd September 1748; d.s.p. at the the Daulat Khana-i-Asafi, Lucknow, 21st September 1797, bur. there, at the Imambara-i-Asafi), eldest son of H.H. Shuja ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza Jalal ud-din Haidar Khan Bahadur, Nawab Wazir of Oudh, by his wife, ‘Umat uz-Zohra Begum Sahiba [Nawab Bahu Begum], only daughter of Mu’taman ud-Daula, Nawab Muhammad Ishaq Khan I Bahadur. She d.s.p. at Allahabad, after 1803 (bur. Imambara-i-Asafi, Lucknow) - see India Pensioners (Oudh).
(b) A daughter. m. Hamid ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Muhammad Shah Khair ud-din Khan Bahadur, Mutahwar Jang, second son of Asaf Jah, Amir ul-Umara, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang. She had issue - see India (Baoni).
(3) Mir Fakhr ud-din Khan Bahadur. Wounded at Manupur, 21st March 1748.
(4) Mir Sadr ud-din Khan Bahadur.
(5) Mir Najm ud-din Khan Bahadur.
(6) Mir Baqa Khan Bahadur.
(1) Sahibzadi Shah Tara Begum Sahiba*.
(2) Sahibzadi Razi un-nisa Begum Sahiba*.
(3) Sahibzadi Fath un-nisa Begum Sahiba*.
(4) Sahibzadi Zeb un-nisa Begum [Nawab Sultan Begum Sahiba]. m. Amir ul-Umara, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din II Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang [Mir Muhammad Panah] (b. 1698; d. at Aurangabad, 16th October 1752), eldest son of H.H. Asaf Jah I, Yamin us-Sultanat, Rukn us-Sultanat, Jumlat ul-Mulk, Madar ul-Maham, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nizam ud-Daula, Khan-i-Dauran, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Fath Jang, Sipah Salar, Nawab Subadar of the Deccan - see below. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
*One of these daughters. m. Zahir ud-Daula, Nawab ‘Azimu’llah Khan Bahadur, sometime Naib Subadar of Malwa, son of Zahir ud-Daula, Nawab Ri’ayat Khan Bahadur, sometime Subadar of Malwa - see below.
*Another daughter. m. before September 1745, ‘Azd ud-Daula, Nawab Yahya Khan Bahadur, Nazim of Lahore 1745-1746, eldest son of Saif ud-Daula, Nawab Zakariya Khan Bahadur, Hizbar Jang, sometime Subadar of Lahore.
*A third daughter. m. Sayyid Niyaz Khan II, son of Sayyid Niyaz Khan I.
*A fourth daughter. m. Sayyid Jan-nisar Khan (k. by Nadir Shah while trying to protect his family, March 1739).
i) A daughter. m. Saif ud-Daula, Nawab Zakariya Khan Bahadur, Hizbar Jang (d. at Lahore, 12th July 1745), Subadar of Lahore 1739-1745, son of Samsam ud-Daula, Nawab ‘Abdu’s Samad Khan Bahadur, ‘Ali Jang, sometime Subadar of Multan.
b) Zahir ud-Daula, Nawab Ri’ayat Khan Bahadur. Subadar of Malwa. Entered the Mughal service and appointed to an Imperial mansab of 900 zat by Emperor Aurangzeb, prom. to 1,000 zat and 1,000 sowar 1708, prom. to 5,000 zat and 5,000 sowar. Granted the title of Zahir ud-Daula by the Nizam in 1721. m. a daughter of Khwaja ‘Abid Qilich Khan Bahadur. He d. from wounds recived at the battle of Shakar Khera, 2nd October 1724, having had issue, a son:
i) Zahir ud-Daula, Nawab ‘Azimu’llah Khan Bahadur. Naib Subadar of Malwa 1723-1725. m. a daughter of H.H. Wazir ul-Mamalik-i-Hindustan, Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang [Mir Muhammad Fazil].
1) A daughter. m. Sayyid ... She had issue, a son and a daughter:
a) Sayyid Niyaz Khan. Appointed to an Imperial mansab of 1,500 zat and 500 sowar, Naib Subadar of Bijapur 1705-1707. He had issue, a son:
i) Sayyid Niyaz Khan II. m. a daughter of Itimad ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Muhammad Fazil Qamar ud-din Khan Bahadur, Nusrat Jang, sometime Wazir ul-Mammalik. He was k. on the orders of Nadir Shah of Persia. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
a) A daughter. m. Mir ‘Iwaz Haidari. She had issue:
i) ‘Azd ud-Daula, Nawab Muhammad ‘Iwaz Khan Bahadur, Qaswara Jang [Khwaja Kamal]. b. at Turan. Migrated to India and entered the service of Firuz Jang as Master of the Household, Nazim of Ilchipur, Subadar of Berar 1713, prom to the rank of 7,000 zat and 7,000 sowar, Naib Subadar, Diwan and Bakshi to Asaf Jah I. Granted the title of ‘Iwaz Khan by Emperor Alamgir 1702. m. Khadija Begum Sahiba, daughter of Khwaja ‘Abid Qilich Khan Bahadur. He d. at Aurangabad, 11th July 1730 (bur. Shrine of Shaikh Burhan ud-din Gharib), having had issue, including five sons and a daughter:
(1) Nawab Sayyid Jamal Khan Bahadur, Qiswara Jang. Appointed to a mansab of 5,000 zat and 5,o00 sowar, Naib Subadar of Berar, later Governor of Berar. He d. before 13th January 1747, having had issue.
(2) ‘Azd ud-Daula, Nawab Momin Khan Bahadur, Qaswara Jang. Naib Subadar of Hyderabad under Asaf Jah I, Governor of Burhanpur, and of Nandair. Granted the jagir of Patar Shaikh Babu in Sarkar Narnalah, Berar. He d. 15th November 1770, having had issue.
(3) Zahir ud-Daula, Nawab Khwaja ‘Abdu’l Hadi Khan Bahadur, Qiswara Jang. Qiladar of Mahwar Fort. He had issue.
(4) Nawab Khwaja ‘Abdu’l Rashid Khan Bahadur, Himmat Jang. He d. after 1778.
(5) Nawab Khwaja ‘Abdu’s Shahid Khan Bahadur, Haibat Jang.
(1) A daughter. m. H.H. Asaf Jah I, Yamin us-Sultanat, Rukn us-Sultanat, Jumlat ul-Mulk, Madar ul-Maham, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nizam ud-Daula, Khan-i-Dauran, Nawab Mir Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Fath Jang, Sipah Salar, Nawab Subadar of the Deccan ( b. at Agra, 20th August 1671; d. at Burhanpur, 22nd May 1748, bur. Mausoleum of Shaikh Burhan ud-din, Aurangabad), son of Farzand-i-Arjumand, Nawab Ghazi ud-din Khan Bahadur, Firuz Jang, Sipah Salar, by his first wife, Nawab Wazir un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Jumlat ul-Mulk, Nawab Sa’adu’llah Khan Bahadur, ‘Allami Fahami. She had issue - see below.

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