|Nawab of the Carnatic
|Reign||31 July 1801|
|Full name||Abdu'l Ali Khan|
|Died||2 August 1819|
|Place of death||Chepauk Palace, Madras|
|Buried||Hazrat Natthar Wali Dargah, Farangi-Gate, Trichinopoly|
|Mother||Azim un-nisa Begum|
Treaty of 1801
He ascended the throne upon his uncle's death in 1801.
Azim-ud-Daula was, therefore, reduced to the position of a mere titular ruler.
In return, Azim-ud-Daula was entitled to one-fifth of the total revenue of the state and the honour of a 21-gun salute.
A portrait of Azim-ud-Daula by Thomas Day hangs in the Museum at Fort George, Chennai.
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