|Khan of Shaki|
|Reign||1755 – 1759|
|Predecessor||Haji Chalabi Khan|
|Successor||Muhammad Husayn khan Mushtaq|
|House||House of Black Monk|
|Father||Haji Chalabi Khan|
He was second son of Haji Chalabi and a son-in-law of Muhammad khan of Gazikumukh. Before succeeding his father, he was a viceroy of conquered territories from Ganja and Georgia. His reign abruptly ended when his father-in-law Muhammad khan and his naib for Arash Sultanate, Malik Ali killed him in conspiracy, capturing state treasure as well. As a result his nephew Muhammad Husayn fled to Aghasi khan, khan of Shamakhi who supported him with army to retake his throne.
- Abdulhamid, Haji Seyid (1993). Khans of Shaki and their descendants (PDF) (in Azerbaijani). Baku. p. 20.
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