NAWAB MIR AKBAR ALI KHAN SIDDIQI BAYAFANDI BAHADUR SIKANDER JAH ASAF
JAH III (11 November 1768 – 21 May 1829),
* 1 Birth * 2 Marriage * 3 Official name * 4 Reign * 5 See also * 6 Notes * 7 External links
He was born in Chow Mahalla in the Khilwath palace, the second son of
Asaf Jah II
Shazada Nawab Mir Tafazul Ali Khan Mir Badesha (Saif-ul-mulk) only son of Sikander Jah nizam III born with wife Jahan Parwar Begum Sahiba (Haji Begum) daughter of Nawab Saif Ul Mulk (Maali Mian) son of Arastu Jah (was the prime minister during the Asaf jah III).
He was married (first) with Jahan Parwar Begum Sahiba (Haji Begum) daughter of Nawab Saif Ul Mulk (Maali Mian) son of Moin un Daula Nawab Gulam Said Khan Bahadir Surab Jang in May 1800. Second with Fazilath Unisa Begum (Chandni Begum ).
His original names were Sikandar Jah, Asaf ul-Mulk, Asad ud-Daula, Walashan Nawab Mir Akbar 'Ali Khan Siddiqi Bayafandi Bahadur, Asad Jang. He was officially known as Asaf Jah III, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nizam ud-Daula, Mir Akbar 'Ali Khan Siddiqi Bayafandi Bahadur, Fulad Jang, Nizam of Hyderabad.
Munir al-Mulk Bahadur-minister of Nizam
During his reign, a British cantonment was established in Hyderabad and the area was christened after him as Secunderabad . His son Samsamadaula ( Mir Basheeruddin Ali Khan ) was Defence Adviser to his brother, Nasir ud Daula, and nephew, Afzal ud daula. But he did not have any pact with the British for maintaining the contingent. The state was in a financial mess during his reign.
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