Emibai Jinnah

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Emibai Jinnah
Emibai Muhammad Ali Jinnah.jpg
Marriage
1892–1893
Personal details
Born 1878; Karachi, British India
Died 1893 (aged 14–15)
Karachi, British India
Spouse(s) Muhammad Ali Jinnah
(1892–1893; her death)[1][2]
Relations See Jinnah family[3][4]

Emibai Jinnah (1878–1893)[5] was the first cousin and first wife of the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah from 1892 until her death.[6][7][8][9]

Marriage and death[edit]

See also: Jinnah family

Emibai was born in 1878 in Karachi. When she became 14 years old, Muhammad Ali Jinnah's mother Mithibai Jinnah was urging him to marry his cousin Emibai Jinnah.[10] Jinnah fulfilled his mother urge and married Emibai at the age of 16 at Paneli Village.[11][12] She died few months later after Muhammad Ali Jinnah left to England for higher studies.[8][9] Struck by the tragedy, he did not marry for a long time.[6] After 25 years (aged 40 – 41), he married Maryam Jinnah (1900 – 1929) as his second wife on April 19, 1918 until her death on February 20, 1929. Unlike Jinnah's second wife Maryam, little is known about her.[13][14] She was the sister-in-law of Fatima Jinnah and stepmother of Dina Jinnah.[5]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Khan, Jinnahbai. "THE FAMILY OF OUR GREAT LEADER QUAID-E-AZAM MUHAMMAD ALI JINNAH". p. 1. 
  2. ^ Jinnah, Ali (1892). "Jinnah's personal life". Wordpress. Mumbai: Jinnah Merchant. 
  3. ^ Jinnah, Fatima (2003). "How Fatima Jinnah died — an unsolved criminal cas". Dawn News. Mohatta Palace: Jinnah of 2003. p. 1. 
  4. ^ J, Fatima Jinnah (1893). "Fatima Jinnah". Karachi. p. 1. 
  5. ^ a b Jinnahbai, Emibai. "Who is Emibai Jinnah?". Omnilexica. Mumbai: Jinnah. p. 1. Retrieved 3 November 2015. 
  6. ^ a b Jinnah, Khan. "Family of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah". p. 1. 
  7. ^ Jinnah, Gandhi. "Quaid-e-Azam Family Tree and Facts with Pictures". Blogspot. Wadia. p. 1. 
  8. ^ a b Ali, Khan. "The woman Jinnah loved". First Lady of Pakistan (Nill). The Express Tribune. 
  9. ^ a b Jinnah, Jan. "Emibai Jinnah". Beacon Forum. Karachi. p. 1. 
  10. ^ Jinnah, Emibai. "M. Ali Jinnah Family". Ning. Mumbai: Ningans. p. 1. 
  11. ^ News, Reporter (26 December 2009). "Fact of Jinnah Family". Lady of Pakistan (Nill). Mumbai. Dawn News. p. 1. 
  12. ^ Aliu, Sir. "Quaid-E Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah". blog. 
  13. ^ Jinnah, Maryam (1918). "Ruttie: Another Aspect of Muhammad Ali Jinnah's life". Jinnah. Jinnah. p. 1. 
  14. ^ Jinnah, Maryam. "Ruttie's love letter to Jinnah". Blogspot:The Express Tribune. 

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