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Shahzada Mirza Muhammad Shahrukh Bahadur [Mirza Kaikus]

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Bahadur Shah II 1837–1857

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Shahzada Mirza Muhammad Shahrukh Bahadur [Mirza Kaikus], educ. privately.


m. (first) Nawab Qutlaq uz-Zamani Begum Sahiba [Qutbi Begum], daughter of Mirza ‘Ali Bakhsh Bahadur?


m. (i) Nawab Imtiazzam Mahal Begum Sahiba.


m. (ii) Musahib Mahal Sahiba (b. 1813; d. after 1863).


m. (iii) Shariat Mahal Sahiba.


m. (iv) Aziz Mahal Sahiba (b. 1809; d. after 1863).


m. (v) Nadir Mahal Sahiba.


m. (vi) Rukhshinda Mahal Sahiba.


m. (vii) Mahabat Mahal Sahiba (b. 1818; d. after 1862).


m. (a) Fahim un-nisa (b. 1803; d. after 1863).


m. (b) Jani Khanum (b. 1819; d. after 1863).


m. (c) Khurshid Bai.


m. (d) Sultan Bai.


m. (e) Nawazish Bai (b. 1814; d. after 1863).


m. (f) Gulzar Bai.


m. (g) Aliaus Bai.


m. (h) Nasib un-nisa (b. 1829; d. after 1863).


m. (i) Mitub Bai.


m. (j) Bunf Shah (b. 1828; d. after 1863).


m. (k) Rahim un-nisa (b. 1808; d. after 1863).


m. (l) Husaini Khanum (b. 1808; d. after 1863).


m. (m) Sus un-nisa (b. 1818; d. after 1863).


m. (n) Bakhtawar (b. 1813; d. after 1863).


m. (o) Rahmat un-nisa Khanum.


m. (p) Kadir Bakhsh (m. second, ca. 1847, her stepson, Mirza Muhammad Muzaffar Bakht, Muzaffar Shah Bahadur - see below).


m. (q) Mubarak un-nisa (b. 1814; d. after 1863).


m. (r) Dil Aram (b. 1806; d. after 1863).


m. (s) Azim un-nisa (m. second, ca. 1847, Shahzada Mirza Muhammad Zahir ud-din Bahadur [Mirza Mughal Sahib].


m. (t) Mehr Nigar.


He d. of dysentery at Delhi, before 1847, having had issue, six sons and fifteen daughters

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Ismail Mazari

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Very good information.

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