Muhammad Ali Shah

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Muhammad Ali Shah
King of Oudh
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अवध ध्वज.gif 3rd King of Oudh
Reign 7 July 1837 – 7 May 1842
Coronation 8 July 1837, Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow
Predecessor Nasir-ud-Din Haidar Shah
Successor Amjad Ali Shah
Born 1777
Lucknow
Died 7 May 1842
Farhat Bakhsh Palace, Lucknow
Burial Husainabad (Chhota) Imambara, Lucknow
Full name
Abul Fateh Moinuddin Muhammad Ali Shah
House Nishapuri
Dynasty Oudh
Father Saadat Ali Khan II
Religion Shia Islam

Muhammad Ali Shah (Hindi: मुहम्मद अली शाह, Urdu: محمّد علی شاہ‎) (Urdu:محمّد علی شاہ) (b. c. 1777 – d. 7 May 1842) was the third King of Oudh from 7 July 1837 to 7 May 1842.[1][2]

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Muhammad Ali Shah was son of Saadat Ali Khan II, brother of Ghazi-ud-Din Haidar Shah and uncle of Nasir-ud-Din Haidar Shah.[2] Nawab Mohammad Ali Shah of Oudh built the Shrine of Hurr at Karbala.[3] He died on 7 May 1842 AD.[4][5]

Preceded by
Naser ad-Din Haydar Solayman Jah Shah
Padshah-e-Oudh, Shah-e Zaman
7 Jul 1837 – 7 May 1842
Succeeded by
Naser ad-Dowla Amjad 'Ali Thorayya Jah Shah

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