Muhammad Kazim Ali Khan

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Nawab Sayyid Muhammad sharif Ali Khan Bahadur (born 16 October 1960) is an Indian politician who is the present titular Nawab of Rampur. The eldest son of Zulfikar Ali Khan Bahadur. He was educated at Chandigarh College of Architecture where he took a B. Arch and at Columbia University where he took an MA in architecture and urban design in 1988. He served as a member on the Raza Library Board in Rampur from 1993 to 2002. From 1996 to 2004, Muhammad Kazim Ali served as an MLA in the Swar Tanda Uttar Pradesh state assembly; in 2003 he was briefly the state minister for Minority Welfare and Hajj Affairs. Since 2003, he has been the Chairman of the Uttar Pradesh Tourism Development Corporation.

Personal life[edit]

On 28 December 1987 at Bangalore, Muhammad Kazim Ali Khan (then Heir Apparent, or Nawabzada), married Nawab Firda uz-Zamani Yaseen Sultan Jahan Begum Sahiba (27 March 1968-), the younger daughter of Meherban Nawab Abdul Rashid Khan Sahib Bahadur, the Nawab of Savanur. The couple have two sons:

Titles[edit]

  • 1960-1992: Nawabzada Sayyid Muhammad Kazim Ali Khan, Wali Ahad Bahadur
  • 1992-: His Highness 'Ali Jah, Farzand-i-Dilpazir-i-Daulat-i-Inglishia, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nasir ul-Mulk, Amir ul-Umara, Nawab Sayyid Muhammad Kazim Ali Khan Bahadur, Mustaid Jang, Nawab of Rampur

References[edit]

Muhammad Kazim Ali Khan
Born: 16 October 1960
Titles in pretence
Preceded by
Zulfikar Ali Khan Bahadur
— TITULAR —
Nawab of Rampur
1992-present
Reason for succession failure:
Monarchy abolished in 1949
Incumbent
Heir:
Nawabzada Sayyid Ali Mohammad Khan