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Jaipur Museum ,Kota Saraswathi Bhawan Collection (Sultan Muhammad Kam Bakhsh Bahadur)

November 5, 2022
Art and Calligraphy
Aurangzeb 1658–1707



Jaipur Museum ,Kota Saraswathi Bhawan Collection,Shahzada Pisar Alamgir Badshah.(Sultan Muhammad Kam Bakhsh Bahadur. )b. at Delhi, 6th March 1667 n.s. (s/o Udaipuri Mahal). Confined by his father for misconduct, December 1698 to June 1699. Subadar of Bijapur at Hyderabad 16th February 1707-1709. Rebelled against his brother and assumed the style of Padshah Muhammad Kam Bakhsh-i-Dinpanah, April/May 1707 Defeated near Hyderabad, 13th January 1709. m. (first) at Ajmer, 9th August 1681 n.s., Nawab Jamilat un-nisa Begum Sahiba, previously Maoharpuri Mahal Sahiba, née Kalyan Kumari, daughter of Kunwar Shri Amar Chand, and sister of Rao Shri Jagat Singh, Thakur of Manoharpur, in Jaipur. m. (second) at Aurangabad, 14th March 1683 n.s., Nawab Azam Banu Begum Sahiba (d. at Delhi, 13rd February 1745), elder daughter of Mirza Mu'azzam Khan [Mirza Muhammad Mu'azzam Safawi], sometime Lord High Falconer. m. (i) at Ajmer, 2nd February 1681 n.s., Fakhr-i-Jahan Khanum, daughter of Barkhunda Beg. He d. of wounds at the battle Hyderabad, 14th January 1709 n.s. (bur. Mausoleum of Emperor Humayun, Nizampur, Delhi)

Source: Archeological Survey of India,New Delhi

Issue Date: 1977

Identifier No: 000004545/1977

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Ismail Mazari

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Very good information.


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