Saadat Ali Khan II
|Saadat Ali Khan|
|Nawab Wazir of Oudh|
Mubariz Jung[nt 1]
Ja'nnat Aramgah[nt 2]
Nawab Saadat Ali Khan II
|Reign||21 January 1798 – 11 July 1814|
|Predecessor||Mirza Wazir `Ali Khan|
|Successor||Ghazi ad-Din Rafa`at ad-Dowla Abu´l-Mozaffar Haydar Khan|
|Born||b. bf. 1752|
|Died||11 July 1814|
Saadat Ali Khan (Persian: سعادت علی خان, Hindi: सआदत अली खान, Urdu: سعادت علی خان) (bf. 1752 – c. 11 July 1814) was the fifth nawab wazir of Oudh from 21 January 1798 to 11 July 1814, and the son of Muhammad Nasir. He was of Persian origin.
He was the second son of Nawab Shuja-ud-daula. Saadat Ali Khan succeeded his half-nephew, Mirza Wazir `Ali Khan, to the throne of Oudh in 1798. Saadat Ali Khan was crowned on 21 January 1798 at Bibiyapur Palace in Lucknow, by Sir John Shore.
Gates of the Palace at Lucknow by W. Daniell, 1801
Claude Martin's home that was bought by Saadat Ali Khan for 50K rupees
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Mirza Wazir `Ali Khan
| Nawab Wazir al-Mamalik of Oudh
1798 – 1814
Ghazi ad-Din Rafa`at ad-Dowla Abu´l-Mozaffar Haydar Khan