Muhammad Ali Shah

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Muhammad Ali Shah
King of Oudh
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अवध ध्वज.gif 3rd King of Oudh
Reign 7 July 1837 – 7 May 1842
Coronation 8 July 1837, Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow
Predecessor Nasir-ud-Din Haidar Shah
Successor Amjad Ali Shah
Full name
Abul Fateh Moinuddin Muhammad Ali Shah
House Nishapuri
Dynasty Oudh
Father Saadat Ali Khan II
Born 1777
Lucknow
Died 7 May 1842
Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow
Burial Husainabad (Chhota) Imambara, Lucknow
Religion Shia Islam

Muhammad Ali Shah (Hindi: मुहम्मद अली शाह, Urdu: محمّد علی شاہ‎) (Urdu:محمّد علی شاہ) (b. c. 1777 – d. 7 May 1842) was the third King of Oudh from 7 July 1837 to 7 May 1842.[1][2]

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Muhammad Ali Shah was son of Saadat Ali Khan II, brother of Ghazi-ud-Din Haidar Shah and uncle of Nasir-ud-Din Haidar Shah.[2] Nawab Mohammad Ali Shah of Oudh built the Shrine of Hurr at Karbala.[3] He died on 7 May 1842 AD.[4][5]

Preceded by
Naser ad-Din Haydar Solayman Jah Shah
Padshah-e-Oudh, Shah-e Zaman
7 Jul 1837 – 7 May 1842
Succeeded by
Naser ad-Dowla Amjad 'Ali Thorayya Jah Shah

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