Sultan Ma'mun Al Rashid Perkasa Alamyah
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Ma'mun Al Rasyid Perkasa Alam Shah,
مءمون الرشيد ڤركاس عالمشه
Portrait of Sultan Ma'mun Al Rasyid Perkasa Alam, 1900s
|9th Sultanate of Deli|
|Preceded by||Amaluddin II|
|Succeeded by||Sultan Amaluddin Sultan Al Sani Perkasa Alamsyah|
|Died||9 September 1924|
Maimoon Palace, Medan, Dutch East Indies
|Resting place||Great Mosque of Medan's Royal cemetery|
He was born on a Monday, (1853), 13 Zulhijjah 1271 H, and became Sultan at a young age, so a regency and adivisory body was formed consisting of Tengku Soelaiman, Tengku Viceroy of Deli, Tengku Soeloeng Laoet, Prince Bedagai State Wazir Deli, and Tengku Abdurrahman , Tengku Temenggong Deli. After the king until the age of 17 years of age, he was officiated as Sultan of Deli.
Th Sultan was crowned at a young age. During his reign, the advanced tobacco trade caused the Sultunante to reach its climax of prosperity. The Sultan was presented two honorary ranks of the Kingdom of the Netherlands as a measure of thanks for his services. He was presented the Order of Orange-Nassau and De Ridder Van De Nederlandsche Leeuw Order. Under his reign, the center of government was transferred to Medan.
Lord Sultan Ma'moen Al-Rashid Perkasa Alam established a palace in the Kampung Bahar on in 1886. Then in 1888 by the Dutch, the lord put themselves first stone to build Maimoon.
1891 is on Monday right at 1 o'clock noon, Sultan moved from Kota Bahari palace to Maimoon Palace on Saturday, 16 May 1903 also established a Court or the Office of the Sultan in the density of the king (now- Court Street). Also later on 21 August 1906 began laying the first stone for Establishing Great Mosque of Medan City Ma'sum and used for the first time that prayers on Friday, 10 September 1909.
Tuanku Sultan Abdul Aziz Abdul Jalil Rahmatsyah Sultan State Langkat and Sultan Sulaiman Syariful Alam Sultan State Serdang also attended Friday prayers at the Grand Mosque's prime. During his government he brings many public facilities for the better of society and build Mosques which amounts to approximately 800 pieces for the sake of Islamic religious symbols at that time. The noble died in 1924, leaving three sons and five daughters. The deceased was buried in the Great Mosque Ma'sum City, Medan.