Rahim Khan of Ganja

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Rahim Khan was Khan of Ganja in 1786. He was a son of Shahverdi Khan of Ganja. He was enthroned following a Georgian intervention after his brother Muhammad Hasan, Khan of Ganja, was killed in captivity in Karabakh. Rahim ruled for a year and was deposed by the Georgians.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Akopyan, Alexander V (Autumn 2008). "Ganja Coins of Georgian Types, AH 1200–1205" (PDF). Journal of the Oriental Numismatic Society. 197 (Supplement: Caucasian Numismatics, Papers on the Coinage of Kartl-Kakheti (Eastern Georgia), 1744-1801): 47–52. 
Preceded by
Hajji Beg
Khan of Ganja
1786
Succeeded by
Javad Khan