Babar Ali Khan

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Babar Ali Khan Bahadur
Nawab Nazim of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa (Nawab of Bengal)
Nasir ul-Mulk (Helper of the country)
Azud ud-Daulah (Arrow of the state)
Delair Jang (Brave in War)
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Nawab Nazim Babar Ali Delair Jang of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.
Reign 1793–1810
Predecessor Ashraf Ali Khan
Successor Zain-ud-Din Ali Khan
Spouse Babbu Begum Sahiba and 1 more.
Issue Zain-ud-Din Ali Khan and Ahmad Ali Khan
Dynasty Najafi
Father Ashraf Ali Khan
Mother Faiz-un-nisa Walida Begum Sahiba
Died April 28, 1810
Religion Islam

Sayyid Babar Ali Khan Bahadur (d. April 28, 1810) was the Nawab of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. He succeeded to the Nawab's Masnad (throne) after his father, Ashraf Ali Khan died on September 6, 1793. He reigned from 1793 until 1810, when he died on April 28, 1810.

Life[edit]

Nawab Nazim Babar Ali Khan was born to Ashraf Ali Khan by Faiz-un-nisa Walida Begum, one of his principal wives. Babar Ali Khan succeeded his father to the Masnad (throne) after he died on September 6, 1793.

Death and succession[edit]

Nawab Nazim Babar Ali Khan died on April 28, 1810 and was succeeded by his elder son, Zain-ud-Din Ali Khan as Nawab of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa.

Wives and children[edit]

Nawab Nazim Babar Ali Khan had two wives. His first wife was Babbu Begum Sahiba. She was the daughter of Muhammad Sami Khan. The name of Babar Ali Khan's second wife is unknown.

Babar Ali had two sons. Zain-ud-Din Ali Khan was the eldest son of Babar Ali by Babbu Begum and Ahmad Ali Khan was his youngest son by his second wife.

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Babar Ali Khan
Born: (Unknown) Died: April 28, 1810
Preceded by
Ashraf Ali Khan
Nawab of Bengal
1793 - 1810
Succeeded by
Zain-ud-Din Ali Khan