Mirza Shah Abbas
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|Mirza Shah Abbas|
|Shahzada of the Mughal Empire|
Prince Mirza Shah at the Imperial Palace
|Predecessor||Bahadur Shah II|
Red Fort, Delhi, British India
|Died||25 December 1910 (aged 64–65)
|Issue||Mirza Muhammad Muazzim
Mirza Muhammad Akhtar
Mirza Muhammad Rahmat
Mirza Muhammad Bidar Bakht
Bilqis Zamani Begum
|Father||Bahadur Shah II|
Shahzada Mirza Shah Abbas Bahadur (1845 – 25 December 1910) was a prince of the Mughal Empire as the son of Emperor Bahadur Shah II, the last Emperor of India, through his wife Mubarrak-un-Nissa khanum Begum.
He was a younger brother of Prince Mirza Mughal and former Crown Princes Mirza Dara Bakht, Mirza Jawan Bakht, and Mirza Fath-ul-Mulk Bahadur. In 1858, the Mughal Era officially came to an end, signifying the end of a 332-year rule. In 1877, the title Emperor of India was taken by the British Royal Family starting with Queen Victoria.