JAORA

     

    JAORA (Princely State)

     

    (13 gun salute)

     

     

    AREA: 2,727 km2 PRIVY PURSE: 180,000Rs ACCESSION: 15th June 1948
    STATE: Madhya Pradesh DYNASTY: Tajak Khel
    (Afghan)
    Religion: Muslim
    VILLAGES: 329 POPULATION: 116,953
    (1941)
    REVENUE: 1,800,000Rs

     

     

    PRESENT RULER: HH
    Asif-ud-Daula
    Nawab INTESAR ALI KHAN Bahadur
    Saulat-e-jung
    , 8th Nawab of Jaora since 7th October 2008.born 23rd June 1935 in Jaora

     

     

    PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Founded
    in
    1808
    by
    Iftakhar-ud-daula
    Nawab Abdul Gaffor Mohammed Khan, a
    descendant of the Tajak Khel tribe of Afghanistan. After the battle of
    Mehidpur he received the territories of Tal, Sanjit, Malhargarh,
    Mandawal, Barawda and Jaora in 1808.These all then came under the state
    of Jaora after recognition from th British government through the
    treaty of Mandsaur on the 6th of January 1817. Rulers were…

      1. HH Iftakhar-ud-daula Nawab ABDUL
        GAFFOR MOHAMMED KHAN
        Bahadur Diler Jung
        , 1st Nawab of Jaora 1818/1825, born 11th April
        1775 at Rampur, he
        received the titles
        of Nawab and Iftakhar-ud-daula in 1808 and the state of Jaora in 1818
        through the treaty of Mandsaur; married 1stly, 1795 at Rampur, Nawab
        Musharraf Jahan Begum Sahiba, daughter of  Nawab Akhwand Mohammed
        Ayaz of Tonk, married 2ndly at Jaora, Aulia Begum Sahiba,
        daughter of Mirza Karim Yar Khan Mughal of Jaora, and had issue, one
        son and five daughters. He died  9th September 1825 at Jaora and
        was buried at the old Royal Cemetery, Jaora.

        • HH Mautashim-ud-daula Nawab Ghaus Mohammed Khan
          Bahadur Shaukat Jung (by Aulia Begum) (qv)
        • Nawabzadi Wazir Begum Sahiba [Nanni Bi] (by Musharraf
          Begum), married Jahangir Khan.
        • Nawabzadi Aziz Begum Sahiba (by Musharraf Begum), married
          Khan Ali Khan of Delhi.
        • Nawabzadi Bakshi Begum Sahiba (by Musharraf Begum),
          married Abdullah Khan.
        • Nawabzadi Izzat Begum Sahiba (by Musharraf Begum),
          married Sahibzada Burhanuddin Khan.
        • Nawabzadi Piyari Begum Sahiba (by Musharraf Begum),
          married Abdul Aziz Khan.

     


      1. HH Mautashim-ud-daula Nawab GHAUS MOHAMMED KHAN
        Bahadur Shaukat Jung
        , 2nd Nawab of  1825/1865, born 1823 at
        Jaora, succeeded to the gaddi
        on the death of his father in 1825, educated at Jaora and Indore under
        the guidance of Col. Borthok, the superintendent of Jaora state and
        Political agent of Malwa;  received full ruling powers in 1840, he
        was granted the title of His Highness and a permanent gun salute of 13
        guns in November 1859 by the Governor General, Lord Kenning; he
        received a gold plated rifle from the Governor General of
        India in 1862 as well as sanad
        (No. XCI), guaranteeing succession to the state, according to
        Muhammedan Law, in the event of failure of natural heirs; married
        1stly, 1837, HH Nawab Auliya Begum Sahiba, died
        May 1865,
        daughter of HH Wazir-ud-daula Nawab Haafiz Mohammed Wazeer Khan
        Bahadur, the Nawab of Tonk, married
        2ndly, 1844, Shaukat Zamani Begum
        Sahiba, niece of Khan Ali Khan (see above), married 3rdly, 1850,
        Faheem-un-nisa Begum Sahiba, daughter of Kamaal Khan of Jaora, and had
        issue, one son and three daughters. He died 29th April 1865 and was
        buried at (Laal Makbara) Jaora.

        • Maj. HH Ihtasham-ud-daula Nawab Mohammed Ismail Ali Khan
          Bahadur Firoz Jung (by Faheem-un-nisa Begum Sahiba, but adopted by
          Shaukat Zamani Begum Sahiba) (qv)
        • Nawabzadi (name unknown) Begum (by Faheem-un-nisa
          Begum Sahiba), married Dost Mohammed Khan.
        • Nawabzadi Qudsia Begum Sahiba (by Faheem-un-nisa Begum
          Sahiba), married Mohammed
          Ali Khan, he received the Jagirdari of Shampura from his
          brother-in-law,
          Nawab Mohammed Ismail Ali Khan of Jaora.
        • Nawabzadi Aziz Begum (by Faheem-un-nisa Begum Sahiba),
          married Sardar Mohammed
          Khan.

     


      1. Maj. HH
        Ihtasham-ud-daula Nawab MOHAMMED
        ISMAIL KHAN
        Bahadur Firoz Jung
        , 3rd Nawab of Jaora 1865/1895,
        born 1855, he succeeded his father
        at the age of 10 on 30th April 1865 (#1)
        and received full ruling powers in 1874 from Col. Sir
        Henry Daly;
        educated at Jaora and Indore under the guidance
        of Mr.Wilson appointed by Col. Mayo, the then political agent of
        Malwa; he received the Prince of Wales medal and the K.I.H. Gold medal
        in 1877; appointed to the rank of Major in 1881, he constructed the
        Roza of Hussain Tekri in 1886; in 1865 he received permission from the
        Government of India to adopt the titles of Ihtasham ud-daula and Firoz Jung as a personal
        distinction; married 1stly, 1872, HH Nawab Mahal
        Begum Sahiba, married 2ndly, 1873, HH Nawab Dulhan Begum Sahiba,
        married 3rdly, 1876, Taj Mahal Begum Sahiba, also married secondary
        wives, (a), Huran Bai, (b), Karima Bai, (c), Hurmat Bai, and had issue,
        eight sons and ten daughters; married and had issue. He died 5th March
        1895 in Jaora and was
        buried in (Laal Makbara) Jaora.

        • Khan Bahadur Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan, born 17th October
          1873 (son of HH Nawab Mahal Begum), educated at Daly College, Indore;
          he served as Commandant, Jaora State forces; he was granted the
          title of Khan Bahadur in June 1912, in recognition of his services to
          Jaora State as Civil Judge and in other capacities; married Sahibzadi
          Mahak
          Begum, sister of Sahibzada Mashook Ali Khan of Jaora, and had issue,
          one daughter. He died 2nd May 1941 in Jaora.
          • Sahibzadi Naiyar Begum, born in Jaora, married 1stly,
            (div’d.), Sardar Mir Ghulam Ghaus Mohammed Khan, son of Sardar Mir
            Hafizuddeen Ahmed Khan of Surat, married 2ndly, (div’d.),
            Nawabzada Mumtaz Ali Khan, son of Lt.-Col. HH. Nawab Iftikhar Ali Khan
            of Jaora (see below), married 3rdly, a Punjabi businessman, and had
            issue, one son and one daughter by the third marriage.
        • Nawabzadi Suraiya Jaha Begum Sahiba (Mussamat Panah Nawab
          Suraiya Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba) (daughter of Nawab Mahal Begum), born
          9th December 1874 in Jaora, married Huzur Meharban Sardar Nawab Mir
          Jafar Ali Khan Bahadur, son of Huzur Meharban Sardar Nawab Mir Ghulam
          Baba Khan Bahadur C.I.E., Nawab of Surat (Junior), and had issue, two
          sons. She died 26th June 1945.

     

          • Huzur Meharban Sardar Nawab Mir Ghulam
            Zain-ul-abedeen Khan Bahadur, Nawab of Surat (Junior), born 26th July
            1901 at Nawab Palace, Surat, married 1stly, 19th March 1928, Mussamat
            Panah Nawab Saeed-un-Nisa Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba, married 2ndly,
            1936, (name unknown) Begum
            Sahiba, and had issue, five daughters. He died 9th November 1973.
             

            • Nawabzadi Najiba Begum Sahiba (Nawab Begum
              Najiba Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba of Surat Junior) (daughter of
              Saeed-un-Nisa Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba), born 9th October 1931, married
              27th March 1950, Capt. Shrimant Raja Jafri Masood Ahmed Khan Bahadur,
              Zamindar Sahib of Pehersar, and had issue two sons and four daughters.
               


              • Rajkumar
                Jafri
                Raashid
                Ahmed
                Khan Bahadur, born 17th February 1951 in Jaora, educated at Daly
                College,
                Indore, at Bhagat Singh College, Jaora (B.Sc. Maths) and S.G.S.I.T.S.,
                Indore (B.E. Civil); married 10th June 1983 at Macchi Bhavan Palace,
                Rani Simin Begum Sahiba, and has issue, three sons.

                • Captain Mustafa Faiz Ali Khan Bahadur,
                  born 3rd
                  April 1984.
                   
                • Aamir Ahmed Khan Bahadur, born 29th June
                  1987. 
                • Mohammed Ali Khan Bahadur, born 13th
                  August 1996.
              • Rajkumar Jafri Khalid Ahmed Khan Bahadur
              • Rajkumari Jafri Shela Sultan Begum Sahiba
              • Rajkumari Jafri Fozia Sultan Begum Sahiba
              • Rajkumari Jafri Rana Sultan Begum Sahiba
              • Rajkumari Jafri Shagufta Sultan Begum Sahiba
            • Nawabzadi Naseema Begum Sahiba (daughter of
              Saeed-un-Nisa Sultan Jaha Begum)
            • Nawabzadi Aneesa Begum Sahiba (daughter of
              second wife), married Kunwar Ranjeet Singh [aka Kunwar Arjumand Khan],
              grandson of HH Maharaja Shri Udai Singhji Sahib Bahadur of Pratapgarh.
            • Nawabzadi (name
              unknown
              ) Begum Sahiba
            • Nawabzadi (name
              unknown
              ) Begum Sahiba
               

     

          • Nawabzada Mir Naseer-ud-deen Khan Muntazim
            Bahadur, born 9th September 1903 at the Nawab Palace, Surat, married
            9th June 1931, Humayun Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba, daughter of Lt.-Col HH
            Nawab Iftikhar Ali Khan Bahadur Nawab of Jaora (see below), migrated to
            Pakistan in 1947, and had issue, two sons and one daughter. He died
            1966 in Manila, Philippines and was buried there.
        • Khan Bahadur Sarfaraz Ali Khan (son of Taj Mahal Begum),
          born 4th July 1876 in Jaora, educated at Daly College, Indore; he
          served as private secretary to HH Nawab Iftikhar Ali Khan of Jaora;
          Vice President of the State Council and Chief Minister of Jaora State.
          He died 11th February 1945.
        • Nawabzadi Muazzam Sultan Jahan Begum (daughter of Taj
          Mahal Begum), born 18th June 1879 in Jaora, married 1stly, Sahibzada
          Khan Ali Khan of Jaora, married 2ndly, Nawab Ghulam Jilani Bijli Khan,
          Nawab of Wai. She died 12th January 1930.
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Mahbub Ali Khan Bahadur (son of Karima
          Bai), born 19th April 1880 in Jaora, married and had issue, one son. He
          died 6th December 1939.
          • Sahibzada Maksood Ali Khan
        • Nawabzadi Mukarram Jahan Begum Sahiba (daughter of Taj
          Mahal Begum), born 1881 in Jaora, married Nawabzada Safdar Ali Khan,
          styled Nawab Sahab of Basoda, and had issue. He died 2nd June 1954.

          • Mohtarma Sohel-ara-begum, married (as his second
            wife), Nawabzada Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur (later H
            Asif-ud-Daula
            Nawab Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur
            Saulat-e-jung, 7th Nawab of Jaora, see below).
             
          • Mohtarma Sitara Jibeen, married (as his third
            wife), Nawabzada Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur (later H
            Asif-ud-Daula
            Nawab Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur
            Saulat-e-jung, 7th Nawab of Jaora, see below).
        • Nawabzada Ashraf Ali Khan Bahadur (son of Huran Bai),
          born 9th July 1882, died 13th November 1925.
        • Lt.Col. HH Fakhrud-Daulah Nawab Sir Mohammed Iftikhar Ali
          Khan Sahib
          Bahadur
          Saulat-e-Jang (son of Dulhan Begum), 4th Nawab of Jaora (qv)
        • Nawabzadi Noor Jahan Begum Sahiba (daughter of Taj Mahal
          Begum), born 1st September 1884 in Jaora.
        • Nawabzadi Muzaffar Jahan Begum Sahiba (daughter of Hurmat
          Bai), born 10th May 1886 in Jaora, she died young.
        • Nawabzadi Sultanat Ara Begum Sahiba (HH Nawab
          Mulk-uz-zamani Begum Sahiba) (daughter of Karima Bai), born 12th Sept
          1886 in Jaora; married Major General HH Nawab Sir Syed Hamid Ali Khan
          Bahadur Nawab of Rampur, she died 29th
          July 1925.
        • Maj. Nawabzada Mohammed Musharraf Ali Khan Bahadur (son
          of Huran Bai), born 29th September 1887, educated at Aligarh Muslim
          University, Aligarh; he served with the rank of Major in the Jaora
          State forces; married and had issue, one daughter. He died 23rd March
          1959.

          • Sahibzadi Mahmuda Sultan Begum, married Raja Syed Abdul
            Aleem Khan, Jagirdar of Bajehra, and had issue,two daughters.
        • Nawabzadi Gohar Ara Begum Sahiba (daughter of Karima
          Bai), born 15th May 1888 in Jaora, married Raja Kesri Singhji Sahib
          Bahadur [aka Raja Abdul Aziz Khan], son of HH Maharaja Udai Singhji
          Sahib Bahadur of Pratapgarh, she died 3rd August 1959.
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Sharafat Ali Khan Bahadur (son of
          Huran Bai), born 29th August 1889 in Jaora, died 4th May 1943.
        • Nawabzadi Jahan Bano Begum Sahiba (daughter of Taj Mahal
          Begum), born 12th July 1890 in Jaora, died 17th January 1963.
        • Nawabzadi Sulaiman Jaha Begum Sahiba (daughter of Huran
          Bai), born 19th November 1890, died young.
        • Nawabzadi Alam Ara Begum Sahiba (daughter of Karima Bai),
          born 22nd November 1892 in Jaora, married Kunwar Prithvi Singhji Sahib
          Bahadur [aka Kunwar (name unknown)
          Khan],
          son
          of
          HH
          Maharaja Udai Singhji Sahib Bahadur of Pratapgarh. She
          died 16th December 1915.
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Asghar Ali Khan Bahadur (son of Huran
          Bai), born 22nd January 1894 in Jaora, married and had issue, one son.
          He died 17th September 1951.

          • Sahibzada Manzoor Ali Khan.

     


      1. Lt.-Col. HH Fakhrud-Daulah Nawab Sir MUHAMMED IFTIKHAR
        ALI
        KHAN Sahib
        Bahadur
        Saulat-e-Jang
        G.B.E., K.C.I.E., 4th Nawab of Jaora 1895/1947, born
        17th
        January 1883, educated at Daly
        College,
        Indore and with the Imperial Cadet Corps, Dehradun, he succeeded his
        father at the age of 12 in 1895 and reigned under the regency
        of Sahibzada Yar Mohammed Khan, he received full ruling powers in 1906;
        appointed as Captain in the British Army in 1908 and promoted to Major
        in
        1911, took part in WW1 serving with the Expeditionary
        Force in 1914 and was later promoted to Lt.-Col. in 1921; he received
        Star,
        British War and Allied Victory Medals, he was awarded the Delhi Durbar
        Medals in 1903 and
        1911, the Silver Jubilee Medal in 1935, the Jubilee Medal in 1935, the
        Coronation Medal in 1937, and the Indian Independence Medal in 1947;
        member of the Standing Committee of the Chamber of Princes; member of
        the Royal Automobile Club; K.C.I.E. [cr.1911]; a skilled hunter and
        collector of world
        renowned kennels;
        married 1stly, 8th March 1903, HH Iftikhar-uz-zamani Begum Sahiba, died
        1918, daughter of Khan Bahadur Yar
        Muhammed
        Khan, C.S.I., married 2ndly, 15th May 1914, Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba,
        married 3rdly, 5th May
        1921, Sultan Dulhan Begum Sahiba, also married secondary wives, (a),
        Imtiaz Dulhan Sahiba, married (b), Sikander Dulhan Sahiba,
        married (c), Alia Begum, and had issue, nine sons and six daughters.
        He
        died
        18th December 1947 in Jaora,and was buried at Hussain Tekri in Jaora.

        • Nawabzadi Nafeesa Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba (daughter of
          Iftikhar Zamani Begum Sahiba), born 3rd February 1904 in Jaora, died
          16th July 1904.
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Zakir Ali Khan Bahadur (son of
          Iftikhar Zamani Begum Sahiba), born 11th January 1906 in Jaora, died
          11th January 1906 in Jaora.
        • Lt.-Col. Nawabzada Mohammed  Nasir Ali Khan Bahadur
          (son of Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba), born 16th May 1906 in Jaora,
          WaliAhad of Jaora 1935/1942,
          educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and at Cirencester College, England;
          Member of the State Council; assistant private secretary to HH Nawab
          Iftikhar Ali Khan of Jaora; Revenue and Finance minister, State of
          Jaora; he was declared as Heir
          Apparent by his father in 1935 but was derecognised by the British
          government in 1942
          because he was an illegitimate son and according to Islamic law he
          could
          not succeed his father in preference to a legitimate or an adopted
          son; he was expelled from Jaora State in 1943 after being accused of
          inciting riots; married
          1stly (div. 1939), 19th December 1930 and in June 1931, Begum Molly Ali
          Khan [née Mollie Elsip], born
          1910, married 2ndly,
          29th May 1942 (div. 4th December 1942), Begum Safia Sultan, married
          3rdly,
          19th January 1943, Imtiaz Dulhan, and had issue, two sons and one
          daughter by
          his first wife. He died 27th August 1945.

          • Sahibzadi Margaret Dolores Ali Khan, born November 1931
            in England.
          • Sahibzada Robin Ali Khan, born 1933 at the Macchi
            Bhavan Palace in Jaora.
          • Sahibzada David John Ali Khan, born 25th October 1936
            at Macchi Bhavan Palace in Jaora, married
            and has issue.

            • Sahibzadi Barbara Ali Khan
        • Major Nawabzada Mohammed Mumtaz Ali Khan Bahadur (son of
          Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba), born 29th September 1908
          in Jaora, educated at Mayo College, Ajmer and
          the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, England; commissioned as 2nd
          Lieutenant
          in 1929, resigned in 1931; Member of the State Council; Home Secretary;
          served with the rank of Major
          in the Jaora State Forces; he was expelled from Jaora State in 1943
          after being accused
          of inciting riots; married 1stly (div.1933) 1932, Sahibzadi Naiyar
          Begum, daughter of Khan Bahadur
          Nawabzada Sher Ali Khan of Jaora (see above), and his wife, Sahibzadi
          Mahak
          Begum, married 2ndly, 3rd October
          1935, Shaukat Begum, daughter of Mirza Zaman Beg, and had issue, one
          son and three
          daughters by the second wife. He died 13th November 1977.
        • Nawabzadi Humayun Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba (daughter of
          Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba), born 25th March
          1910 in Jaora, married 9th June 1931, Nawabzada Mir
          Naseer-ud-deen Ahmed Khan Muntazim Bahadur, younger son of Meharban
          Sardar Nawab Mir Ghulam Baba Khan Bahadur C.I.E., Nawab of
          Surat Junior (see above), and had issue, two sons and one daughter. She
          died 9th
          February 1952.

          • Sahibzada Mir Mustafa Khan, born December 1932
            in Jaora.
             
          • Sahibzada Mir (name
            unknown
            ) Khan, born in Jaora.
          • Sahibzadi Aalia Khan, born 1952.
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Zulfikhar Ali Khan Bahadur (son
          on Iftikhar Zamani Begum Sahiba), born 19th September 1910 in Jaora,
          Waliahad of Jaora 1910/1914, died 23rd November 1914.
        • Nawabzadi Fatima Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba [Mrs. Fatima
          Sultan
          Siddiqui] (daughter of Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba), born 27th May 1912
          in Jaora,
          married 4th May 1938, Captain Dr. Feroz Siddiqui of Bhopal, and had
          issue, one son.

          • Ghulam Makhdoom Siddiqui
        • Nawabzadi Rabia Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba [HH Nawab Pari
          Bano Begum
          Sahiba of Janjira] (daughter of Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba), born 23rd
          December 1913 in Jaora,
          married 14th November 1933, HH Nawab Sidi Mohammed Sidi Ahmed khan,
          Nawab of Janjira, and had issue, one son
          and four daughters.

          • Nawabzadi Fatima Jaha Begum Sahiba, born 1934. 
          • Nawabzadi Ahmadi
            Jaha Begum Sahiba, born 1935.
             
          • Nawabzadi Mumtaz Jaha Begum Sahiba, born
            1939.
          • Nawabzadi Qamar-uz-Zamani Sultan Begum Sahiba,
            born 1943.
          • HH
            Nawab Sidi Shah Mahmood Khan, Nawab of Janjira, born 1952.
        • HH Asif-ud-Daula Nawab Mohammed Usman Ali Khan Bahadur
          Saulat-e-jung (son of Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba) (qv)
        • HH Asif-ud-daula Nawab Mohammed Murtaza Ali Khan Bahadur
          Saulat-e-jung (son of Mumtaz Mahal Begum Sahiba) (qv)
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Ehtesham Ali Khan Bahadur (son of
          Sultan Dulhan Begum Sahiba), born 7th February 1918 in Jaora, married
          October 1940, Ursula Ali Khan [née Ursula Dimes from Oldstone in
          England], and had issue, two sons.

          • Sahibzada  Roger Ali Khan
          • Sahibzada Mark Ali Khan.
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur (son of
          Sikander Dulhan), he succeeded HH Asif-ud-Daula
          Nawab Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur
          Saulat-e-jung, 7th Nawab of Jaora (qv)
        • Nawabzadi Abida Sultan Jaha Begum Sahiba (twin daughter
          of
          Sikander Dulhan Sahiba), born 9th June 1927 in Jaora, married 7th
          October
          1943, Sultan Mohammed Khan, son of Sultan Mahmood Khan of Jaora, and
          had issue, two sons and two daughters.

          • Sultan Riaz Khan
          • Sultan Shahid Khan
          • Shaheda Khan
          • Nuzhat Khan
        • Nawabzadi Zubaida Sultan
          Jahan Begum (twin daughter of Sikandar
          Dulhan Sahiba), born 9th
          June 1927 in Jaora, married Janab Mohammed
          Siddique Siddiqui, educated at Aligarh
          Muslim University (B.E.), and had issue two sons and two daughters.

          • Mohammed Anis
            Siddiqui, married Nawabzadi Suryia
            Jibeen Khan, daughter of Nawab
            Mansoor
            Ali Khan of Jaora (see below),
            and has issue, two sons and one daughter.
          • Mohammed
            Arif  Siddiqui,
            married Nawabzadi Kehkashan Jibeen
            Khan, daughter of Nawab
            Mansoor
            Ali Khan of Jaora (see
            below), and has issue, one son and one daughter. 
          • Mohtarma Nazneen Siddiqui 
          • Mohtarma Shaheen Siddiqui
        • Nawabzada Mohammed Intesar Ali Khan Bahadur Saulat-e-jung
          (son of
          Sikander Dulhan), he succeeded as HH Asif-ud-Daula
          Nawab Intesar Ali Khan Bahadur
          Saulat-e-jung, 8th Nawab of Jaora (qv)

     

      1. HH Asif-ud-Daula Nawab MOHAMMED
        USMAN ALI KHAN Bahadur
        Saulat-e-jung
        ,
        5th
        Nawab
        of
        Jaora
        [18.12.1947] – [9.11.1972], born 4th July 1916 in
        Jaora, appointed Waliahad of Jaora 1916/1935 and 1942/1947; educated at
        Daly College, Indore; he succeeded his father on 18th December 1947,
        and merged his state with Madhya Bharat Union on 15th June 1948;
        married 1stly, 28th May 1940 at Yar Manzil Palace (div’d. 1st February
        1942), Safia Sultan Begum, daughter of Mirza Zaman Beg, married 2ndly,
        January 1944 at Macchi Bhavan Palace, Shehnaz Begum, he adopted
        Rajkumar Jafri Raashid Ahmed Khan Bahadur from Pehersar with the
        consent of his twin brother HH Nawab Murtuza Ali Khan in 1956. He died sp 9th November 1972 in Jaora, and
        was buried at Hussain Tekri, Jaora.

     

      1. HH Asif-ud-Daula Nawab MOHAMMED
        MURTAZA ALI KHAN Bahadur
        Saulat-e-jung
        ,
        6th
        Nawab
        of
        Jaora
        [9.11.1972] -[19.12.1999], born 4th July 1916 in
        Jaora; educated at Daly College, Indore and at the Prince of Wales
        Royal Military College, Dehradun, he succeeded his twin brother as Head
        of the Jaora Princely Family on 11th November 1972. He died unmarried
        19th December 1999 (or 11th November 1999) in Jaora and was buried at
        Hussain Tekri, Jaora.

     

      1. HH Asif-ud-Daula
        Nawab MOHAMMED MANSOOR ALI KHAN
        Bahadur
        Saulat-e-jung
        , 7th Nawab of Jaora [19.12.1999] – [7.10.2008], born
        9th
        May 1925 in
        Jaora, educated at Royal Indian
        Military Academy 1933/1935, at Daly College,
        Indore and Mayo College, Ajmer; married 1stly, HH Mohtarma Shahar-Ara
        Begum, a
        Mughal lady from Jaora, married
        2ndly, Sahibzadi Sohail Ara Begum, elder daughter of the Nawabzada
        Safdar Ali Khan, styled Nawab Sahab of Basoda,
        and
        his wife,
        Nawabzadi Mukarram Jaha Begum Sahiba of Jaora (see above), married
        3rdly, Sahibzadi Mohtarma Sitara Jibeen, youngest daughter of the
        Nawabzada
        Safdar Ali Khan, styled Nawab Sahab of Basoda,
        and
        his wife, Nawabzadi Mukarram Jaha Begum Sahiba of Jaora (see
        above), married 4thly, 1978, Sahibzadi Mohtarma Ahmedi Begum, a Pathan
        lady, and had issue,
        one son and four daughters. He died 7th October 2008.

        • Sahibzadi Mehjabeen Begum (by Mohtarma Shahar-Ara Begum)
        • Sahibzadi Suryia Begum (by Mohtarma Shahar-Ara Begum),
          married Mohammed Anis
          Siddiqui, son of
          Janab
          Mohammed Siddique Siddiqui,
          and his wife,
          Nawabzadi Zubaida
          Sultan Jahan Begum of Jaora (see above), and has
          issue, two sons and one daughter.

          • Zubair Siddiqui
          • Hina Siddiqui
          • Obaid Siddiqui
        • Sahibzadi Kehkashan Begum  (by Mohtarma Shahar-Ara
          Begum), Mohammed Arif
          Siddiqui,
          son of Janab
          Mohammed Siddique Siddiqui,
          and his wife,
          Nawabzadi Zubaida
          Sultan Jahan Begum of Jaora (see above), and has
          issue, one son and one daughter.

          • Mohammed Faiz Siddiqui
          • Hiba Siddiqui
        • Nawabzada Saulat Ali Khan (by Mohtarma Shahar-Ara Begum),
          born
          4th June 1954 in Jaora, educated at Jaora College (M.A., Political
          Science); married 7th June 1982 in Jaora, and has issue.

          • Sahibzada Danish Ali Khan
          • Sahibzada Irfaan Ali Khan
          • Sahibzada Haider Ali Khan
        • Sahibzadi Nasira Jibeen
          Khan (by Mohtarma Ahmedi Begum)

     

    1. HH Asif-ud-Daula
      Nawab INTESAR ALI KHAN Bahadur
      Saulat-e-jung
      , 8th Nawab of Jaora (see above)

     

     

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