Nawab Intizam-ul-Mulk Bahadur (died 1889) was the younger brother of Zahir-ud-Daula, the second Prince of Arcot. He succeeded his brother on his demise and ruled from 1879 to 1889.
Intizam-ul-Mulk was the younger son of Azim Jah and the younger brother of Zahir-ud-Daula, the first and second Nawabs of Arcot. According to his father Azim Jah's wishes, Intizam-ul-Mulk succeeded Zahir-ud-Daula as Nawab in 1879.
Intizam-ul-Mulk reigned from 1879 to 1889. He was entitled to a 15-gun salute and was the last prince of Arcot to be exempted from appearance in civil courts.
- "Intizam-ul-Mulk Bahadur (1874-1879)". The Royal House of Arcot.
|Nawab of Arcot
1879 - 1889
Muhammad Munawar Khan
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