KARNAL

 

KARNAL (Zamindari)

 

VILLAGES: 60 REVENUE: xx Accession Date: xx
State: Pakistan Dynasty: Nousherwani RELIGION: Muslim

 

PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE: Rukn-ud-Daulah
Shamsher
Jang Bahadur Nawab SHAHZAD ALI KHAN
, present Head of the
Mandal-i-Nousherwani
Family and Nawab of Karnal
born 27th August 1949.

 

 

PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY:
The ancestor
of the family was Malik Mahmud Khan alias Qutb-ud-din Khan,
Governor of
Samana
during the reign of Bahlol Lodi, Emperor of Delhi. Rulers were…

  • Malik GHULAM MUHAMMED KHAN, married and had issue.
    • Jalal Khan, married and had issue.
      • Malik Sheruddin Khan (qv)
      • Malik Mohammadi Khan (qv)
      • Rahim Baksh, married and had issue.
        • Muhammed Ishaq Khan, married and had issue.
          • Amir Ali Khan, married and had issue.
            • Muhammed Ali Khan, died 1879.
          • Sultan Din Khan, married and had issue. He died
            1833.

            • Ghulam Rasul Khan, married and had issue. He died
              1880.

              • Azam Ali Khan, born 1862, married and had issue.
                • Zafar Hasan Khan, born 1880.
          • Nasir Ali Khan, married and had issue.
            • Rahim Ali Khan, married and had issue.
              • Mahar Ilahi Khan, married and had issue.
                • Fateh Muhammed Khan, born 1861.
              • Karam Ilahi Khan, born 1843.
          • Wazir Ali Khan, married and had issue.
            • Shamsher Ali Khan, born 1839, married and had
              issue.

              • Muhammed Khurshi Ali Khan, born 1885.
          • Ghamdin Khan, died 1866.
    • Ghulam Muhiuddin Khan, married and had issue.
      • Ghairat Ali Khan, married and had issue.
        • Ghulam Sharat Khan, married and had issue. He died
          1855.

          • Kutbuddin Khan, married and had issue. He died 1870.
            • Sadat Ali Khan, born 1847, married and had issue.
              • Faiz Ali Khan, born 1878.
          • Najabat Ali Khan, born 1831.
          • Kamaruddin Khan, born 1834.
          • Akbar Khan, born 1841.
        • Basharat Ali Khan, died 1849.
    • Yar Muhammed Khan, married and had issue.
      • Didar Baksh Khan
    • Muhammed Atar Khan
    • Malik SHERUDDIN KHAN, died sp in 1789.

 

    • Malik MOHAMMADI KHAN , initially he was in
      the service of the Marathas at the head of 200 horseman, later he aided
      the British in the Maratha wars, he was granted the titles
      of Rukn-ud-Daulah
      and Shamsher Jang Bahadur with a Jagir of 6 villages in the
      Doab, which was exchanged
      later
      for 60 villages in the pargana of Karnal; married and had issue.

      • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab Ahmad Ali
        Khan Bahadur (qv)
  • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab AHMAD
    ALI
    KHAN Bahadur
    ,
    Nawab of Karnal, he gave valuable assistance during the mutiny and for
    his services the
    quit-rent of 5000Rs payable by him was remitted in perpetuity; he was
    also presented with a khillat of 10,000Rs in Darbar and permitted to
    retain two cannons and one hundred armed retainers, these honours were
    continued to his successors; granted the title of Mushfiq;
    Honourary Assistant Commissioner
    in
    Karnal District, married 1stly, married 2ndly, Lali Begum, died after
    1872, and had issue. He died 1867 (#1).

    • Nawabzada Rahmat Ali Khan, died vpsp in 1856.
    • Nawabzada Mahfuz Ali Khan
    • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab Azmat Ali Khan
      Bahadur (qv)
    • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab Rustam Ali
      Khan Bahadur (by Lali Begum) (qv)
    • Nawabzada Muhammed Umar Daraz Ali Khan Bahadur (by Lali
      Begum),
      born 1865, for good services he was granted the title of Khan Bahadur;
      he served
      as an Honourary Sub-Registrat, Munsif and Magistrate First Class;
      married
      and had issue.

      • Nawabzada Shamshad Ali Khan, born 1886.
      • Nawabzada Irshad Ali Khan, born 1887.
      • Nawabzada Ijaz Ali Khan
      • Nawabzada Mumtaz Ali Khan
      • Nawabzada Imtiaz Ali Khan
      • Nawabzadi Jahangira Begum, married 1918 (her cousin),
        Nawabzada Liaquat
        Ali Khan (see below)
    • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab AZMAT ALI
      KHAN
      Bahadur
      , Nawab of Karnal 1867/1909,
      born 1833/1835, he was formally confirmed in the title of Nawab in 1868
      and
      later
      was granted the title of Nawab Bahadur [cr. 1.1.1891], he was on bad
      terms
      with his half brothers and before his death, he attempted to alienate
      his property, but it was brought under the Court of Wards, resulting in
      litigation after his death. He died sp
      in 1909.

 

  • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab RUSTAM ALI
    KHAN Bahadur
    , Nawab of Karnal 1908/1918,
    born 1863, Nawab Bahadur [cr.1911], married and had issue. He died
    January 1918.

    • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab Mohammad
      Sajjad Ali Khan (qv)
    • Nawabzada
      Liaquat Ali Khan, born 1st October 1895 (1896) at Karnal, graduated in
      1918 from M. A. O. College, Aligarh, obtained a degree in Law from
      Oxford
      in 1921, and was called to the Bar at Inner Temple in 1922, joined the
      Muslim League in 1923, becoming its Honorary Secretary from 1936 to
      1947,
      deputy leader of the Muslim League Parliamentary party 1940/-, Chairman
      of the League’s Central Parliamentary Board, Finance Minister, 1st
      Prime
      Minister of Pakistan, presented the Objectives Resolution in the
      Legislative
      Assembly, also helped to draft the first report of the Basic Principle
      Committee, signed the Liaquat-Nehru pact pertaining to the minority
      issue
      in 1950, visited the United States and set the course of Pakistan’s
      foreign
      policy towards closer ties with the West in 1951, awarded the title of Shaheed-i-Millat,
      married
      1stly 1918, Nawabzadi Jahangira Begum (a first cousin, see
      above),
      married 2ndly, April 1933, Begum
      Ra’ana [Begum Ra’ana Liaquat Ali Khan], born 1905
      at Almora in United
      Provinces, died 13th June 1990 at Karachi,she obtained a first class Masters degree with honors in economics from
      the University of Lucknow in 1929. Begum Ra’ana began her practical
      life
      as a teacher in the Gokhale Memorial School after completing the
      Teachers
      Diploma Course from the Diocesan College, Calcutta. She was later
      appointed
      as Professor of Economics in the Indraprstha Girls College, Delhi. On
      her
      own initiative, she formed the Pakistan Women’s National Guard
      (P.W.N.G.)
      and the Pakistan Women Naval Reserve (P.W.N.R.) in 1949. Begum Ra’ana
      was
      the Chief Controller of both, with the rank of a Brigadier, they did
      not
      survive for long and were disbanded soon after Ra’ana Liaquat Ali went
      abroad as Pakistan’s Ambassador in 1954, Governor of Sindh 1973/1976,

      ,
      and
      had issue, three sons. He died 16th
      October
      1951 at Rawalpindi.

      • Nawabzada Wilait Ali Khan (by Jahangira Begum), married
        and had issue.

        • Nawabzada Musharraf Ali Khan, he served as the
          Personel Manager of the Intercontinental Hotel of Pakistan Services
          Limited, and later joined a French Restaurant Chain as Director;
          married Mumtaz
          Musharraf Ali Khan
          (née
          Mumtaz Parveen), and has issue.

          • Sahibzada Moazzam Ali Khan, works in the field of
            advertising, married
            Faryal Moazzam (née Faryal Hussain), and has issue.

            • Sahibzada Meekail Ali Khan, born 2003.
          • Sahibzada Abbas Ali Khan, born 23rd November 1978
            in Karachi, Pakistan;
            Businessman, Vocalist, Composer, Lyricist, Keyboardist, Rythm
            Guitarist,
            Graphic Designer, Animator and Visual Effects Designer, has a computer
            science background and is working with a multimedia company as a
            Project
            Manager, married 18th July 2003 in Islamabad, Nosheen Ali Khan
            (née
            Nosheen Taqvi).
          • Sahibzadi Rubab Musharraf Ali Khan [Rubab Tanxil],
            a fashion designer,
            married Tanxil Tahir.
        • Nawabzada Wajahat Ali Khan, unmarried.
        • Nawabzada Mukaram Ali Khan, married Shehnaz Ali Khan,
          and has issue,
          one
          son and three daughters.

          • Sahibzadi Fatima Ali Khan
          • Sahibzadi Amina Ali Khan
          • Sahibzadi Ayesha Ali Khan
          • Sahibzada Hassan Ali Khan
        • Nawabzada Shujat Ali Khan, married Laila Ali Khan,
          and has issue.

          • Sahibzada Ahsan Ali Khan
          • Sahibzada Rustam Ali Khan
          • Sahibzadi Mariam Ali Khan
        • Nawabzadi Qaiser Begum
        • Nawabzadi Nayyar Begum
      • Nawabzada Akbar Ali Khan (by Begum Ra’ana)
      • Nawabzada Ashraf Ali Khan (by Begum Ra’ana)
    • Nawabzada Khursheed Ali Khan, he died at the age of 15
      years.
    • Nawabzada Sadaqat Ali Khan, born 1914, married 1936,
      Asghari Begum, and
      has issue, six children (one died in infancy).

      • Nawabzada Mubarak Ali Khan (Karachi,
        Pakistan)
      • Nawabzada Javed Ali Khan (Manchester,
        United Kingdom)
      • Nawabzadi Rehana Shafiqullah (née Sadaqat) (Karachi,
        Pakistan)
      • Nawabzadi Rukhsana Sadaqat (Karachi,
        Pakistan)
      • Nawabzadi Farzana Rastogi (née Sadaqat) (Frankfurt,
        Germany)
      • Nawabzada Sadiq Ali Khan, died in infancy, aged six
        months.
    • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab MOHAMMAD
      SAJJAD ALI KHAN
      ,
      Nawab of Karnal 1918/-, born 1892, educated privately, recognised Head
      of the
      Mandal-i-Nousherwanis,
      i.e. the Mandals of Karnal, belongs to the ruling Nousherwani family of
      Kharan in Baluchistan, Vice President of Karnal District Board
      1918/1920,
      Honourary Magistrate 1920/-, Vice President of Second District War Loan
      Committee, President of District St John Ambulance Association,
      Magistrate
      First Class 1936/-, awarded the Silver Jubilee Medal 1935, married
      several
      times, and had issue, four sons.

      • Nawabzada Mohammad Naushad Ali Khan, born January 1923,
        died vp.
      • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab Shahzad Ali
        Khan (qv)
      • Nawabzada Behzad Ali Khan, born 26th June 1950.
      • Nawabzada Farhad Ali Khan, born 20th July 1952.

 

  • Rukn-ud-Daulah Shamsher Jang Bahadur Nawab SHAHZAD ALI
    KHAN
    , Nawab of Karnal
    (see
    above)

 

 

 

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