Amjad Ali Shah
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|Amjad Ali Shah|
|King of Oudh|
|4th King of Oudh|
|Reign||7 May 1842 – 13 February 1847|
|Coronation||17 May 1842, Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow|
|Predecessor||Muhammad Ali Shah|
|Successor||Wajid Ali Shah|
|Born||before 30 January 1801|
|Died||13 February 1847|
Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow
Imambara Sibtainabad, Hazratganj, Lucknow
|Father||Muhammad Ali Shah|
His reign began in May 1842. His administration was responsible for a new bridge over the river Gomti and a metalled road from Lucknow to Kanpur. He also built the Hazratganj and Aminabad Bazar, major shopping markets in Lucknow.
Sons of Amjad Ali Shah
Mo`in ad-Din Abu´l-Fath Mohammad `Ali Shah
| Padshah-e-Oudh, Shah-e Zaman
7 May 1842 – 13 Feb 1847
Naser ad-Din `Abd al-Mansur Mohammad Wajed `Ali Shah
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- title after death