Nawab of Pataudi

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The term Nawab of Pataudi may refer to any of a Turkic lineage of rulers of the princely state of Pataudi in India. (Historical Terms) a Turkic ruling prince or powerful landowner in India or Pakistan Also called nobob. A Nawab was originally the provincial governor or viceroy of a province or region of the Mughal empire. The term is derived from the Arabic 'naib', meaning deputy. In some areas, especially Bengal, the term was pronounced Nabab. (The last variation has entered the English language) Most of the Muslim rulers of the subcontinent had accepted the authority of the Mughals. Hence the term Nawab is generally understood to mean any Muslim ruler in the subcontinent. Under British rule, Nawabs ruled the princely states of Awadh, Bahawalpur, Baoni, Banganapalle, Bhopal, Cambay, Jaora, Junagadh, Kurnool, Kurwai, Palanpur (Pakistan), Pataudi, Rampur, Sachin, and Tonk. Other former rulers bearing the title, such as the Nabobs of Bengal.

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