Muhammad Khair ud-din Mirza, Khurshid Jah Bahadur

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Prince Khurshid of Delhi, seated right

Shahzada Muhammad Khair ud-din Mirza, Khurshid Jah Bahadur (15 October 1914 – 3 August 1975) was born in Rang Mahal, Delhi the only son of Mirza Muhammad Fayazuddin. He was recognised as head of the Timurid Dynasty, in 1931 by the Government of India. He emigrated to Lahore in Pakistan following the independence of Pakistan in 1947.

He was married to Nawabzadi Arghwani Begum Sahiba (born 2 January 1920) and they had two sons and four daughters, with his eldest son succeeding him as head of the Timurid Dynasty on his death on 3 August 1975.

Family[edit]

Sons
Daughters
  • Sabahat Jah Begum Sahiba married to Kamran Muzaffar Zeejah
  • Zakawat Jah Begum Sahiba married to Khayum Rafi Ahmed
  • Fasahat Jah Begum Sahiba (born 23 September) married to Sajid Arif Nomani
  • Nabahat Jah Begum Sahiba married to Husnain Lotia

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Muhammad Khair ud-din Mirza, Khurshid Jah Bahadur
Born: 15 October 1914 Died: 3 August 1975
Titles in pretence
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Emperor of the Mughal Empire
1931-1975
Succeeded by
Mirza Ghulam Moinuddin Muhammad