Sayyid Husain Ali Khan Bahadur

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Not to be confused with Mughal general, Syed Hussain Ali Khan Barha, one of the Syed Brothers.

Sayyid Husain Ali Khan Bahadur was Nawab of Banganapalle between 1769 and 1783. He belonged to the Naqdi Dynasty.


Sayyid Husain Ali Khan Bahadur was the elder son of Sayyid Muhammad Khan Naqdi, by his wife, Amat ul-Batul Khanum, daughter of Fazl Ali Khan II Bahadur.


He entered the Nizam's service, rising to the rank of a mansabdar of 800 sowar and was promoted to 2,000 zat and 1,000 sowar. Later, he was recognised as successor to his maternal uncle. He was granted the personal title of Khan Bahadur on 11 February 1765. He succeeded as Jagirdar of Banganapalle on the death of his unmarried uncle on 7 April 1769.

Later he entered the service of Hyder Ali, becoming a high-ranking officer in his armies.


He died while returning to Banganapalle from Mysore on 26 August 1783. He was succeeded by his young son, Ghulam Muhammad Ali, with Ghulam's paternal uncle as regent.

Titles held[edit]

Sayyid Husain Ali Khan Bahadur
Preceded by
Nawab Fazl Ali Khan III Bahadur
Jagirdar of Banganapalle
7 April 1769–26 August 1783
Succeeded by
Nawab Sayyid Ghulam Muhammad Ali Khan I Bahadur

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