Wasif Ali Mirza Khan

Wasif Ali Mirza Khan

Wasif Ali Mirza Khan

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Sayyid Wasif Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur, KCSI, KCVO (7 January 1875-23 October 1959) was a ruling Nawab of Murshidabad during 1906-1959. Educated at Rugby and at Trinity College, Oxford, he succeeded his father Nawab Sayyid Hassan Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur at his death in 1906. On 11 December 1931, he was forced to cede his estates to the Government of India after having incurred a 19 lakhs taka debt. On 17 August 1947, the Radcliffe Award awarded Murshidabad to India.

Wasif Ali Khan died at the age of 84 in Calcutta on 23 October 1959. He was succeeded by his eldest son, Nawab Sayyid Waris Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur.

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  • 1875-1906: Murshidzada Sayyid Wasif Ali Mirza Bahadur
  • 1906-1910: His Highness Amir ul-Umara, Ihtisham ul-Mulk, Rais ud-Daula, Asif Qadr, Nawab Sayyid Wasif Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur, Mahabat Jang, Nawab of Murshidabad
  • 1910-1912: His Highness Amir ul-Umara, Ihtisham ul-Mulk, Rais ud-Daula, Asif Qadr, Nawab Sayyid Sir Wasif Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur, Mahabat Jang, Nawab of Murshidabad, KCSI
  • 1912-1959: His Highness Amir ul-Umara, Ihtisham ul-Mulk, Rais ud-Daula, Asif Qadr, Nawab Sayyid Sir Wasif Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur, Mahabat Jang, Nawab of Murshidabad, KCSI, KCVO


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