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Post by sashashyam on 2013-10-04, 12:38

Bachao! Bachao! Hamari Jodha Begum ko bachao! Unke priyatam Kanha ke naam par, unhein aise moorkhta aur ashleelta ke daldal mein doobne se bachayie koyi!
Koyi hai? Wo doob rahi hai,  kya use koyi nahin bachayega?
CVs, maanyavar, krupa karke kuch kijiye! Bachao! Bachao!!


Well, folks, I  hope that helps, but I am not very sure. Anyway, yesternight's episode brought home to me, with remarkable clarity, the need for  Protect Jodha Group to become  active at the very earliest.
Those of us who were, the day before, lamenting Jodha's lack of basic manners in not greeting her husband when he came up to her in  the garden, were shellshocked  yesternight as she left all that in the dust. If something is not done to arrest this vertiginous slide downwards, we will soon have a Jodha who not only plumbs new depths of folly every other day, but of  indelicacy, indeed coarseness as well.
We cannot, repeat cannot  have our lovely, feisty, intelligent, and withal  cultured  Amer ki Mirchi thus reduced to a terminally stupid, vain, self-centred, delusional nitwit of a woman, whose mind seems to be  fast resembling that of what Mahatma Gandhi once called  Katharine Mayo, a drains inspector.
Bizarre obsession: Consider this. Jodha  is a Rajput princess by birth, very young, and presumably raised in the strict code of behaviour that  applied to 16th century Rajput aristocracy, especially  to the women. Such women were an epitome of discretion and delicacy and regal restraint, no matter what the provocation.
Yet, last night, we saw Jodha Begum discussing her distaste for marital relations with her husband, and her determination not share a khema with him, with a daasi of hers. And a strange daasi, not even her near-sister Motibai. Is this how a Rajput queen behaves? Plus, even this daasi objects to her mistress's folly, pointing out that such fears are premature. If I had been Jodha, I would have felt deeply ashamed at being thus called to order by a maid.
Instead, she reprimands the daasi for siding with her husband, makes an utterly illogical remark about the Shahenshah not having a drop of daya or karuna (what that  had to do with his sleeping in her tent is a mystery!) and that he could do anything. After painting this obliging picture of the man she had sworn to love, honour and obey, as a cross between Attila the Hum and  and a putative marital  rapist, she marches off  to confront him. She states, bluntly, that she will under no circumstances share a tent with him, and will give  him  no chance to force himself on her.
Note that after her first night in Agra, when he told  her that as her lawfully  wedded husband, he had full rights to her and could do anything he liked with her, but would not even touch her,  Jalal  had never displayed the slightest amorous inclination towards her, or ever approached her with any such intention  in mind. He could have landed up in her  rooms in the harem  any night or day if he had so chosen, by right,  and no  one would or could have stopped him. Why then does such an idea even occur to Jodha Begum, that her husband could suddenly decide to behave like 1960s Bollywood  villain?
Jalal, listening to her with condescending patience, points out that she has her own khema, that he knows that she would not want to share his tent, and for her kind information, he had no desire at all to look at her face.  She stomps off.
Next, when there is the assassination attempt against them by her fellow Rajput, and Jalal decides to share Jodha's tent to ensure her safety, she  mutters under her breath about his supposedly dubious intentions towards her, and lowers a sheer curtain between them before clambering on her bed while he  disposes himself on a nearby divan. 
She is surprised that he actually falls asleep, and is not about to pounce on her the minute she nods off. She  must be having a very strange idea of the modus operandi of a (marital) rapist if she imagines that he would wait till midnight  and for his victim to fall asleep before attacking her.
Finally, when he is awakened by the slithering of the snake, and captures it,  in one swift and sudden  movement by ripping off her dupatta, on which it was presumably crawling, one can understand her screaming in shock.
What one cannot understand is her long spiel about her fears about his intentions in insinuating himself into her tent being justified, and about the shame of the Shahenshah of such a huge empire , whose duty it was to protect all women,  indulging in such ashobaniya aacharan.  Nor her proclaiming that though she was married to him, she had never given him those (marital) rights and never would, and he had better understand that and leave.  That he should stop indulging in such nefarious and sleazy practices humein paane ke liye.
At which point, as a smiling Jalal throws her ripped dupatta back at her, she catches sight of the snake (which looks as if its body is  made out of used cycle tyres, but never mind).  End of story.
Firstly, I do not think her mother briefed her about the little thing called conjugal rights.  If he had actually chosen to claim them then and there in one of his earlier  blind rages, when she goes on about Aapko wo adhikar nahin diya hai, aur na hi kabhi denge, samjhe aap? , she would have been well served.
Secondly,  what does one  make of Jodha's  near obsession with the physical side of marriage? And for no reason that one can think  of?   A psychologist would have an unpleasant explanation for such a young girl's fixation on, as Kamal puts it.  her patidev's supposed carnal desires. So great is this fixation that she can apparently think of nothing else all the time after they left Agra.  It was unbelievable, and the way she carried on, not only with Jalal but with the daasis, made me feel downright queasy.
Jalal would have been fully justified had he roared at her, in a repeat of what he yelled after dragging her out of that forest pool : Tum apne aap ko kya samajhti ho? But it seems that by now, he hardly cares what she says or does, and takes such insane rants from her as a matter of course.
Supplementary folly: It is not just that Jodha Begum is thus obsessional. She also reveals  herself as  and incapable, strange in  a princess, of formulating a  single coherent political thought.
When the would be assassin is captured, and Jalal is about to decapitate him - which would have  - been the instant punishment in those days the world over for such a crime of lese majeste -  I do not blame Jodha for intervening and offering the pilgrimage argument for sparing his life. 
But then, she starts arguing with him in public about the matter, unthinkable in  a queen. Next, when he gives her a hearing after dismissing the courtiers, she actually exculpated the assassin, and blames Jalal  for his behaviour, which she apparently sees as fully justified given that the other Rajputs were deeply  upset about their marriage. This, though she knows full well that it was her father who, being incapable of saving his kingdom from Sharifuddin,   proposed the marriage to the Shahenshah, and not the other way around. I was left speechless.
Call to action: So, folks, those who of you who feel as I do,  and are interested in salvaging Jodha Begum's original persona  from such   a hatchet job by the CVs, had better rally round and bombard them, using any and all means at your disposal, beginning with this thread, with demands that they immediately stop ruining her  character, and move to rectify and restore it at least  in the following episodes. 
Jalal: He is fast becoming a  candidate for sainthood.
At this rate,  after so much practice in understanding'  Jodha Begum for feeling lost and unwanted (of course on the lap of the imperial luxury that he provides her, but never mind!) and thus needing to let off steam in so many varied but uniformly unpleasant ways (one would have thought she was the only unhappy woman in the whole wide world), we will soon have him embracing even Adham Khan and understanding'  his desire to send him to rejoin his Maker in short order.
After all, Adham Khan has also been feeling lost and unwanted, and for much, much longer than apni Jodha. He believes that his Ammijaan has always loved Jalal more than she loves him, and he is bitter that he is treated like an underling (which he is) by Jalal. Worst  of all, he is suffering cruel and unusual punishment in being saddled with Javeda, who would drive the mildest of husbands batty.
Would all this not suffice for the reformed, understanding' Jalal to forgive Adham after his (next) attempt to assassinate him fails?  If Jodha has a right to  vent her frustrations, so too should Adham Khan. As she is so understanding of the frustrations of the Rajput assassin, why not of his Mughal counterpart as well?
Infectious folly:  Terminal folly seems to be an infectious disease. It reaches  even Agra, from half way to Ajmer Sharif. Thus  we have, ad seriatim,  the following startling examples  of the spread of this fell disease.
-          Adham Khan, plotting to have the Shahenshah assassinated in the jungle on the way to Ajmer. He does this just outside the inner perimeter of the fort at Agra, and by conferring loudly with two Keystone Kops style associates. No wonder Mahaam Anga, chancing upon them,  smells a rat.
-          Ruqaiya Sultan Begum, descending to loudly proclaiming her sole and exclusive ownership of the Shahenshah's dimaag, and presumably the rest of him as well, to a bemused audience, with the ever placid and unruffled Salima Begum, whom she has just defeated at chess, in the front row.
Having only recently stopped lamenting the obviously irreversible hatchet job done on the original Ruqaiya - intelligent and astute, and yet vulnerable, loving but forced to hide her love for her childhood playmate, deeply saddened by her inability to have a child -  and her being reduced to this plastic, light-eyed Harem Superintendent, I am now fearing worse.
Remark of  the day: If I had been Jalal, I  would have handed the snake back to Jodha  along with the dupatta and told her, Agar aapko hamare zariya saanp se bachne se itna hi aitraaz hai, to lijiya, sambhaliye aap hi, dupatta bhi aur saanp bhi!
Question for tomorrow: Will Jodha have at least a modicum of  shame and some residual grace, and apologise to Jalal for all the ugly accusations she had hurled at him, not to forget thanking him for saving her life once again?
Unless of course she blames him for that as well, and would have preferred to be bitten by that cycle tyre construct,  thus putting herself out of her misery, and us out of the misery of watching her slide even further downwards.
We demand that our original Jodha Rani be restored to us forthwith. We cannot  and will not put up with this changeling!

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Post by Tanthya on 2013-10-04, 13:21

True that.. Jodha's characteristic restraint has been tampered with , I think the emphasis is now on Jalal..Jodha has to perceive how good Jalal is  ..and for tht Jodha has to be seen as a capricious shrew  while  Jalal does a sainted Knight Templar ..

I can put up with all this , I just dread the part where Jodha will be turned into a MA and we have to listen to her righteous lecture ..That part sends the shivers

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Post by ShaliniRobinson on 2013-10-04, 13:21

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What a delight to read! I enjoyed it thoroughly... and I do stand in full agreement.

I dunno what in world is wrong with Jodha! I could barely understand her obsession with herself! Just what makes her think that Jalal would have to travel half-way into the animal kingdom to have a honeymoon!

If she was the regular girl-next-door, one would tell her to 'grow up!'.

But she is a princess - born and bred in the manner of princesses - her manners is fast deteriorating.

Jalal did save her from the pool - but it seems her intelligence and common sense did commit that suicide. Alas, Jalal didn't save much more than a tongue that just doesn't give up biting.

Seeing Jodha act the way she was, kinda reminds one of the snake held in Jalal's grip. Even though its head is clammed shut and its body is immobile - it doesn't stop wagging it nasty tongue in Jalal's face!

In fact, it now looks as though Jalal doesn't think her any more than a teenage brat who is all enveloped within themselves.

She doesn't even pause to think that she may not be understanding the situation well, that she may not be uttering the correct responses, that she may be completely in the wrong about reality.

She practically chooses to have nothing to do with her senses when it comes to Jalal - and this, not in a good way.

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Agreed about Ruqu too. For one of the first times, I felt Ruqu was going crazy - more than she usually is.

I fear pretty soon - if Maaham's uncalled for prophesy comes true - we might have a Betty and Veronica fight over Archie!!

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Post by Tanthya on 2013-10-04, 13:38

ShaliniRobinson wrote:Thumbsup 

What a delight to read! I enjoyed it thoroughly... and I do stand in full agreement.

I dunno what in world is wrong with Jodha! I could barely understand her obsession with herself! Just what makes her think that Jalal would have to travel half-way into the animal kingdom to have a honeymoon!

If she was the regular girl-next-door, one would tell her to 'grow up!'.

But she is a princess - born and bred in the manner of princesses - her manners is fast deteriorating.

Jalal did save her from the pool - but it seems her intelligence and common sense did commit that suicide. Alas, Jalal didn't save much more than a tongue that just doesn't give up biting.

Seeing Jodha act the way she was, kinda reminds one of the snake held in Jalal's grip. Even though its head is clammed shut and its body is immobile - it doesn't stop wagging it nasty tongue in Jalal's face!

In fact, it now looks as though Jalal doesn't think her any more than a teenage brat who is all enveloped within themselves.

She doesn't even pause to think that she may not be understanding the situation well, that she may not be uttering the correct responses, that she may be completely in the wrong about reality.

She practically chooses to have nothing to do with her senses when it comes to Jalal - and this, not in a good way.

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Agreed about Ruqu too. For one of the first times, I felt Ruqu was going crazy - more than she usually is.

I fear pretty soon - if Maaham's uncalled for prophesy comes true - we might have a Betty and Veronica fight over Archie!!
Might nahi, there will be a fight ..At the same time, I think salima has got a glimmering of  Ruq's  stirring insecurity, she may provide the understanding when the hour comes ..


Jodha at the moment is blowing hot and cold , as Shyamalaji pointed out, it is pretty strange for  a princess to share intimate details with ALL maids apart from a chosen  few ..

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Post by sonshine487 on 2013-10-04, 13:51

a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!

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Post by neeshaa on 2013-10-04, 13:58

Dear shyamla,

Writing to you for the first time though I am a  great fan of your posts and never miss out on reading them. I also fully and strongly feel sorry about Jodha's character being assassinated this  way. I have now begun to wonder whether this is  a love story where Jodha's unconditional love changes Jalal or its vice-versa?  What is more left of Jalal to improve? I don't understand! Who needs to change is our Jodha rani. She may hate him as much but  she cannot forget her basic mannerisms while talking to him. Why are the CVs demeaning her character to the extent that we all have stated hating her.

Anyways, we don't have much option left but to wait and watch.

Yes, but keep posting your fabulous analysis as your witty, humorous remarks written in flawless English are worth even more than the TV show itself!Kudos..keep it up. Great fan of you... Shyamla...

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Post by Tanthya on 2013-10-04, 14:17

sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.

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Post by sashashyam on 2013-10-04, 14:22

I have doubts about this  persistent hatred version, for it appears that the Princess of Amer and Akbar had several children. Please see file:///C:/Users/Shyamala/TVShows/Jodha%20Akbar/MughalGenealogy.htmlI am not  a historian, but this was referred to me by a friend in the IF.Shyamala B.CowsikTanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.

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Post by sonshine487 on 2013-10-04, 14:23

Tanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
if it is so... then this is definitely not the way to go about it
that was Alex Rutherford version
A Rajput princess would never behave the way she is shown in the show...
an ordinary woman would have more gumption
and she is supposed to be a Royal, born and brought up
She can be haughty, hoity-toity, stuck up, spoilt... but never ordinary or petty
It doesn't fadge

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Post by sonshine487 on 2013-10-04, 14:25

sashashyam wrote:
I have doubts about this  persistent hatred version, for it appears that the Princess of Amer and Akbar had several children. Please see file:///C:/Users/Shyamala/TVShows/Jodha%20Akbar/MughalGenealogy.htmlI am not  a historian, but this was referred to me by a friend in the IF.Shyamala B.CowsikTanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
Sorry! but the link doesn't seem to work, Shyamala Ji!
Can u please copy paste the text?

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Post by sashashyam on 2013-10-04, 14:39

Let me try. Here goes. Shyamala B.Cowsik wrote:
DELHI (Mughal Empire)
 
TITLE:  Padshah-e HindCAPITAL: Delhi ANNEXATION: 1st November 1858
STATE: IndiaDYNASTY: MughalRELIGION: Muslim
   
PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE: Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH, Senior Representative of the Mughal Imperial Family since 1975.
born 16th May 1946 at Rang Mahal, Delhi; married Malahat Javaid Jah, a cousin and daughter of his paternal aunt, Shahzadi Nuzhat Jahan Begum (see below), and has issue.

  • Shahzada Mirza Shahrukh Javaid Jah M.Sc. (Psychology), born 15th April 1978, married 8th August 2008, Bait ul Mukarram, Karachi, Sind in Pakistan, Faiza Zafar, born 16th March 1976 in Karachi, daughter of Mirza Zafar ul-Alam, and his wife, Fazeelat Jehan Begum Sahiba.
  • Shahzada Mirza Furrukh Javaid Jah
  • Shahzada Mirza Ziarukh Javaid Jah
  • Shahzadi Darakhshanda Kashif, married and has issue.

    • Nausherwan Kashif, born 2000.

    • Maha Kashif, born 2004.
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The Suri Dynasty of usurpers held sway from 1539 to 1555. Rulers were...

  • Padshah ZAHIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD BABER 1526/1530, born 14th February 1483 in Samarqand, married 1stly, March 1500, in Khodjand, Ayesha Sultan Begum, daughter of Sultan Ahmad Mirza and Qataq Begum, married 2ndly, 1503/1504 Zaynab Sultan Begum, died 1506, daughter of Sultan Mahmud Mirza and Khanzada Begum, married 3rdly, 1506, Mahum Begum, daughter of Sheikh Ahmad Jan, she died  1533 at Agra, married 4thly, Gül Rukh Begum, married 5thly, 1507/1508 Masuma Sultan Begum, daughter of Sultan Ahmad Mirza and Habiba Sultan Begum, died 1510, married 6thly, Dildar Aghatcha, married 7thly, 1519, Bibi Mubaraka, daughter of Malik Shah Mansur, died sp, and he had issue. He died 26th December 1530 (#5).

    • Shahzadi Fakhrunissa (by Aycha Sultan Begum), born 1500, died young.
    • Padshah NASIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD HUMAYUM (by Mahum Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada BARBUL (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Mihr Jahan (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Aisha Daulat  (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Gülzar (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzada KAMRAM MIRZA  (by Gül Rukh Begum), born 1509/1510, married and had issue. He died 5th October 1557 at Mecca.

      • Shahzada ABDUL QASIM IBRAHIM, executed at Gowaliar.
      • Shahzadi Gülrukh Begum 

    • Shahzada ASKERI MIRZA  (by Gül Rukh Begum), born 1516, died 1557/1558.
    • Shahzadi Masuma Begum (by Masuma Sultan Begum), born 1510, married Muhammad I Zaman Mirza.
    • Shahzadi Gülrukh Begum  (by Dildar Aghatcha), married Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD MIRZA, and had issue.

      • Shahzadi Salima Sultan Begum, married Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (qv)

    • Shahzada ABUNASR MUHAMMAD HINDAL (by Dildar Aghatcha), born March 1519, married and had issue. He died 22nd November 1551.

      • Shahzadi Ruqayya Begum, married Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (qv). She died 1625/1626.

    • Shahzadi Gül Badan (by Dildar Aghatcha), born 1522/1523, married Khizar Khawaja, Governor of Lahore and Bihar. She died 1602/1603. 
    • Shahzada FARUKH (by Dildar Aghatcha), born 2nd August 1526, died 1527/1528.
    • Shahzadi Gülchihre (by Dildar Aghatcha), married Abbas Sultan Uzbek.
    • Shahzadi Gülrung (by Saleha Sultan Begum)
    • Shahzada Mehr Jan, died young.


  • Padshah NASIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD HUMAYUM 1530/1539 and 1555/1556, born 5th March 1508, married 1stly, Haji Begum [Bega Begum], died 1581, married 2ndly, 21st August 1541, Hamida Banu Begum Mariam Makani, born 1525, died 29th August 1604, married 3rdly, Khanim Begum, daughter of Sulayman , Governor of Badakhchan, other wives and concubines were, (d) Chand Bibi, (e) Shad Bibi, (f) Mah-Chehak Begum, (g) Gunwar Bibi, (h) Gul-Barg Barlas, (i) Maywa-Jan and (j) Shahnam Agha. He died 23rd January 1556 at Din Panah, as a result of a fall down the library stairs in response to a call for prayers.

    • Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (by Hamida Banu Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada AL AMAN, born November 1528.
    • Shahzadi Bakhchi Banu, born 1540, married Ibrahim Mirza.
    • Shahzada HAKIM, born 29th April 1553, died 2nd August 1585.
    • Shahzadi Farrukh Fal, born 1555, died 1555.
    • Shahzadi Fakhrunissa

  • Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I 1556/1605, born 14th Ocober 1542 in Amarkot, Sind, India, married 1stly, Ruqayya Begum, (daughter of Shahzada ABUNASR MUHAMMAD HINDAL) died 4th February 1626 at Agra, married 2ndly, Salima Sultan Begum, born 23rd February 1539, died 2nd January 1613 at Agra, (daughter of NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD MIRZA and Gülrukh Begum and widow of Bairum Khan), married 3rdly, 6th February 1562, Heera Kumari [Mariam Zamani], daughter of Raja Bharmal of Amber/Jaipur, died 2nd January 1613, buried at Sikandra. He died 13th October 1605 in Agra, India. (Also married 10 other Rajput princesses. They were from Merta, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Dungarpur, Jodhpur, Gwaliar and Baghel).

    • Shahzadi Shakrunnissa Begum (by Mariam Zamani)
    • Shahzadi Aram Banu Begum (by Mariam Zamani)
    • Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR (by Mariam Zamani) (qv)
    • Shahzada MURAD, born 1570, married and had issue. He died 1599.

      • Shahzadi Jahan Begum, married Shahzada PARWIZ (qv).

    • Shahzada DANIYAL, born 1572, married Jana Begum, daughter of Khan Khanan. He died 1605.

  • Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR [Shehzada Sultan Salim] 1605/1627, born 31st August 1569 in Fatehpur Sikri, India, married 1stly, 1586, Mani Bai [Manbhawati and later Shah Begum], daughter of the Raja Bhagwan Das of Amber, committed suicide 26th May 1604, married 2ndly, 1588 Man Bai, daughter of Udai Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, died 18th April 1619, married 3rdly, 1611 Mihrunissa Begum, born 1577, granted the titles of Nur Mahal in 1611 and Nur Jahan in 1616, (daughter of GHIYASUDDIN ITIMAD-ud-DAULAH), died 18th November 1645, also married the daughter of Raja Jagat Singh, and Sahib Jamal, daughter of Raja Raj Singh I of Bikaner, and had issue. He died 28th October 1627, and is buried at Lahore (now in Pakistan).

    • Shahzadi Sultan al Nissa Begum (by Mani Bai), born 1587, died September 1646.
    • Shahzada KHUSRAU (by Mani Bai), born 1587, died 29th January 1622.
    • Shahzada PARWAIZ (by Sahib Jamal), born 1589, married Jahan Begum, (daughter of Shahzada MURAD), and had issue. He died 1626.

      • Shahzadi Nadera Banu, married 11th February 1633, Shahzada DARA SHIKUH (see below). She died June 1659.

    • Padshah SHAHABUDDIN SHAH JAHAN I (by Man Bai) (qv)
    • Shahzadi Bahar Banu Begum (by Man Bai), died 14th September 1653.
    • Shahzada SHEHARYAR, married April 1621, Ladli, born 1596, (daughter of SHER AFGHAN, killed in battle, and Mihrunissa Begum). He died 2nd February 1628.

  • Padshah SHAHABUDDIN SHAH JAHAN I [Prince Khurram] 1627/1658, born 5th January 1592 in Lahore, India; he was removed from power in June 1658 and formally deposed by his son in August 1658; married 1stly 12th December 1609, Qandahar Mahal Begum, (daughter of MUZAFFAR HUSAIN MIRZA), married 2ndly 10th May 1612, Arjumand Banu Begum Mumtaz Mahal, born 15th April 1593 in Agra, India, (daughter of ABDUL HASAN ASAF KHAN), died 17th June 1631 in Deccan, India, married 3rdly September 1617, daughter of Shahnawaz Khan, and had issue. He died 22nd October 1666 at Agra, India and his body was taken by river to the Taj Mahal and was interred there next to the grave of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

    • Shahzadi Parhiz Banu Begum (by Qandahar Mahal Begum), born 22nd August 1611, died after January 1666.
    • Shahzadi Huralnissa Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 30th March 1613, died 14th June 1616.
    • Shahzadi Jahanara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 2nd April 1614 in Ajmer, India, died 6th September 1681.
    • Shahzada DARA SHIKUH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 30th March 1615 in Ajmer, educated under eminent Muslim scholars and trained in the affairs of State, he was appointed, at different times, subahdar of Allahabad, Punjab, Gujarat, Multan and Kabul, granted the mansab of 60,000 zat and 40,000 sowar, he was awarded the title of Shah-i-Buland Iqbal and a seat on a gold throne by the side of the Emperor's throne on 3rd February 1655, married 11th February 1633, Nadera Banu (see above) and had issue. He was put to death on the night of 30th-31st August 1659 in Delhi.

      • Shahzada SULEIMAN SHIKUH, born 15th March 1635, married 14th April 1654, Anup Kanwar, daughter of  of Amar Singh, son of Raja Gaj Singh of Srinagar, and had issue. He died May 1662.

        • Shahzadi Salima Begum, married Padshah MUHAMMAD AKBAR (see below).

      • Shahzada SULTAN MUMTAZ SHIKUH, born 16th August 1643, died 6th December 1647.
      • Shahzada SULTAN SIPIR SHIKUH, born 13th October 1644, married Zubdatunissa, born 1661, (daughter of Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB and Aurangabadi Mahal) died 1707, and had issue.  He died 1707.

        • Shahzada ALI TABAR, born 1676, died 1676.

      • Shahzadi Jahanzeb Begum, married 1668, Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM (see below), and had issue. She died 1705.

    • Shahzada MUHAMMED SULTAN SHAH SHUJA Bahadur (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 3rd July 1616, Mughal Pretender, ruling from Bengal 1657/1660, married 1stly, 4th March 1633, daughter of Mirza Rustam Safawi, died 1634, married 2ndly, February 1639, daughter of Azam Khan, and had issue. He died 1660.

      • Shahzada SULTAN ZAINALDIN MUHAMMAD (by daughter of Azam Khan), born 27th November 1639.
      • Shahzada SULTAN ZAINAL AABDIN (by daughter of Azam Khan), born 20th December 1645.
      • Shahzada SULTAN BULAND AKHTAR, born August 1645.

    • Shahzadi Raushanara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 3rd September 1617 in Burhanpur, India, died 1671.
    • Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB (by Mumtaz Mahal) (qv)
    • Shahzada SULTAN UMMID BAKHSH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 18th December 1619, died circa March 1622.
    • Shahzadi Surayya Banu Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 10th June 1621, died 28th April 1628.
    • Shahzada (name unknown) (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 1622, died 1622.
    • Shahzada SULTAN MURAD BAKSH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 8th September 1624, Mughal Pretender, ruling 1657/1658 from Gujarat, married 18th July 1642, daughter of Shahnawaz Khan Safawi, and had issue. He died 14th December 1661.

      • Shahzada SULTAN MUHAMMAD YAR KHAN, born 12th August 1646.
      • Shahzada IZIAD BAKHSH, married Mihrunissa, born 1661, died 1709, and had issue.

        • Shahzada DAWAR BAKSH, married and had issue.

          • Shahzadi Iffatunissa Begum, married 1stly 6th April 1739, Nasrullah Mirza Afshar, died 1747, married 2ndly, Padshah AHMAD SHAH of Kabul, and had issue.

      • Daughter, married SULTAN MUHAMMAD, (son of AURANGZEB and Nawab Bai, see below).

    • Shahzada SULTAN LUFTALLAH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 4th November 1626, died 14th May 1628.
    • Shahzada SULTAN DAULAT AFZA (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 9th May 1628, died young.
    • Shahzadi Husnara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 23rd April 1630, died young.
    • Shahzadi Gauhara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 17th June 1631 in Burhanpur, India, died 1706.
    • Shahzada SULTAN JAHAN AFROZ by daughter of Shahnawaz Khan, born June 1619, died March 1621.


  • Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB 1658/1707, born 3rd November 1618 in Dhod, Malwa, India, married 1stly, 19th May 1637, Dilras Banu Begum, (daughter of BADIUZZAMAN MIRZA SHAHNAWAZ KHAN), died 18-Oct-1657, married 2ndly, Nawab Raj Bai, daughter of the Raja TAJUDDIN KHAN of Rajauri, married 3rdly, 1652, Hira Bai Zainabadi Mahal, died 1655, married 4thly 1660, Aurangabadi Mahal, married 5thly Udaipuri Mahal.  He died 21st February 1707.

    • Shahzadi Zebunnisa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum), born 15th February 1638 in Khirki, died unmarried 26th May 1702.
    • Shahzadi Zinatunnissa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum), born October 1643, died unmarried 1721, buried Masjid, Delhi.
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM SHAH (by Dilras Banu Begum) (qv) 
    • Shahzadi Mihrunissa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum)
    • Shahzada MUHAMMAD AKBAR (by Dilras Banu Begum), born 20th September 1657, married (a) Salima Begum, (daughter of Shahzada SULEIMAN SHIKUH and Anup Kanwar), (b) married the daughter of the Raja of Assam, and had issue. He died 1704.

      • Shahzadi Saifunissa Begum (by Salima Begum)
      • Padshah NEKUSIYAR (by Salima Begum), born 1679, died 1723.
      • Shahzada MUHAMMED ASGHARI, married and had issue.

        • Shahzada MIRZA ASGHARI, living 1719.

      • Shahzada BULAND AKHTAR, died 1706.

    • Shahzada SULTAN MUHAMMAD (by Nawab Bai), born 29th December 1639, married (a) daughter of Shahzada SULTAN MURAD BAKSH and the daughter of Shahnawaz Khan Safawi, married (b) 13th April 1656 daughter of Qutb al Mulk , Sultan of Golconda. He died 1677.
    • Padshah MU'AZZAM BAHADUR SHAH I (by Nawab Raj Bai) (qv)
    • Shahzadi Badrunnissa Begum (by Nawab Raj Bai)
    • Shahzadi Zubdatunissa (by Aurangabadi Mahal), born 1661, married Shahzada SULTAN SIPIR SHIKUH (see above). She died 1707.
    • Shahzada KAM BAKSH (by Udaipuri Mahal), born 1667, married and had issue. He died 1709.

      • Shahzada FIRUZMAND, died 1709.
      • Shahzada MUHIUSSUNNAT, born 1690, married and had issue. He died 1747/1749

        • Padshah MUHIULMILLAT SHAH JEHAN III  (qv)

  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM SHAH 1707 (February to June), born 20th July 1653, married 1668, Jahanzeb Begum, (daughter of Shahzada DARA SHIKUH and Nadera Banu) died 1705, and had issue. He died 13th June 1707.

    • Shahzada BEDAR BAKHT (mother was the sister of Sikander Khan, Rajah of Bijapur), married and had issue.

      • Shahzada BIDAR DIL 
      • Shahzada SAID BAKHT
      • Shahzada FIRUZ BAKHT
      • Shahzada DINDAR DIL
      • Shahzada HAYATULLAH

    • Shahzada WALA JAH, full brother of Bedar Bakht. He died 1707.
    • Shahzada JAWAN BAKHT 
    • Shahzada ALI TABAR, died 1734.
    • Shahzada SIKANDER SHAH 
    • Shahzada WALA SHAH
    • Shahzada ZI JAH

  • Padshah MU'AZZAM BAHADUR SHAH I 1707/1712, born 14th October 1643 in Burhanpur, India, married and had issue. He died 27th February 1712 in Lahore, India.

    • Padshah MUHAMMAD JAHANDAR SHAH (by Nizam Bai) (qv)
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZIMUSHAN (qv)
    • Shahzada RAFIUL QADR RAFIUSHAN (by Nurunnissa), born 1671, married (a), Dilruba, married (b), Zakiatunnissa, married (c), Fakhrunnissa [Qudsia Begum], and had issue. He was killed in 1712.

      • Padshah SHAH JAHAN II (by Dilruba) (qv) 
      • Shahzada RAFIUDDAULA, born 1698, died 1719/1720.
      • Padshah RAFIUDDARJAT (qv)

    • Shahzada KHUJISTA AKHTAR JEHAN SHAH, born 1673, married and had issue. He died 1712.

      • Shahzada FARKHUNDA AKHTAR, killed in 1712 at Lahore.
      • Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH (qv)

    • Shahzada BULAND AKHTAR (by Qudsia Begum), died 1732.

  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZIMUSHAN 1712, born 1664, married 1678, Baijas Kaur, died 1721, daughter of Rajkumar Kirat Singh of Amber, and had issue. He was killed in 1712.

    • Shahzada MUHAMMAD KARIM Mirza (by Baijas Kaur), born 1680, married and had issue. He died 1712.

      • Shahzadi Karimatunissa, died 1727.

    • Padshah Muhammad Ruhulquds FARRUKHSIAR (by Baijas Kaur) (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza Humayun Bakht, born 1677, married and had issue. He died 1744.

      • Mirza Izzat Afza, married Umdatuzzamani [Baiga Begum], daughter of Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II (see below), and had issue. He died 1788.

        • Mirza Shujaat Afza (by Umdatuzzamani), married and had issue.

          • Mirza Hidayat Afza [Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH] (see below)


  • Padshah MUHAMMAD JAHANDAR SHAH 1712/1713, born 9th May 1661, married 1stly, Saeeduzzamani, daughter of Rustum Safavi, married 2ndly, Anup Bai, married 3rdly, Lal Kanwar, and had issue. He was killed in 1713.

    • Shahzada Mirza AZZUDDIN, born 1691, died 1744. 
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza IZZUDDIN, died 1738.

  • Padshah FARRUKHSIAR 1713/1719, born at Aurangabad in the Deccan on 11th September 1683, he defeated Jahandar Shah, who had succeeded Bahadur Shah, on 10 January 1713, after a hard-fought battle at Samugarh near Agra. He was eventually deposed and blinded by his own men with needles pressed into his eyes on 28th February 1719, married (amongst others) (a) Fakhrunnissa, daughter of Sadat Khan, married (b), September 1715, Maharajkumari Indra Kunwar, daughter of Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur, married (c), 3rd July 1717, Rajkumari Bhup Devi, daughter of Raja JAYA SINGH of Kashtwar, and had issue. He was choked to death on the night of 27th and 28th April 1719.

    • Shahzadi Malika Uzzamani [Badshah Begum] (by Indra Kunwar), Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH (see below). She died 1778.

  • Padshah RAFIUDDARJAT 1719, born 1699, died 1719/1720.

  • Padshah SHAH JAHAN II 1719, born 1696, died 1746/1748. 

  • Padshah NEKUSIYAR 1719, born 1679, died 1723.

  • Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH 1719/1748, born 1702, married Shahzadi Malika Uzzamani [Badshah Begum] (see above), died 1778, and had issue. He died 15th April 1748.

    • Padshah AHMAD SHAH (qv)
    • Daughter, married Padshah AHMAD SHAH DURRANI, King of Kabul, Herat, Qandahar and Peshawar, born 1722, died 16th October 1773.
    • Shahzadi Ammatuz Zehra [Bahu Begum Saheba], married Nawab Wazir ul-Mamalik Mirza Jalaluddin Haidar SHUJA UD DAWLA of Oudh.

  • Padshah AHMAD SHAH 1748/1754, born 1727, proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 29th April 1748, deposed 2nd June 1754, married Gauhar Afroz Bano, and had issue. He died 8th October 1774 at Delhi.

    • Padshah BAIDAR BAKHT Kuchak Shah (qv)


  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II 1754/1759, born 16th Jun 1699 in Multan, India; proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 2nd June 1754, married (a), Bilal Kunwar, married (b), Zeenat Mahal, married (c), Azizabadi Mahal, married (d), Faiz Bakht, married (e), Latifa, marrried (f), September 1758, (his cousin) Zinat Afroz Banu Befum, married (g), Aurangabadi, and had issue. He was killed 29th November 1759 near Delhi, India.

    • Padshah ALI GAUHAR SHAH ALAM II (qv)
    • Umdatuzzamani [Baiga Begum], married Mirza Izzat Afza, died 1788, son of Shahzada Mirza Humayun Bakht (see above), and had issue.


  • Padshah MUHIULMILLAT SHAH JAHAN III 1759/1760, installed as Emperor of Delhi on 29th November 1759, deposed 9th October 1760.

  • Padshah-e Hind Jalal ad-Din Abu´l Mozaffar Mohammad ALI GAUHAR SHAH ALAM II 1759/1788 and 1789/1806, born 15th June 1728 (#3), proclaimed Emperor of Delhi at Ghtauli on 24th December 1759, deposed and blinded 4th August 1788, re-installed 7th February 1789, married 27 wives, including (a), Taj Mahal Begum, married (b), Jamilunnissa, a Mughal Princess, descended from Padshah Bahadur Shah I, married (c), Mubarak Mahal [Qudsia Begum], died 15th February 1816 at Delhi,  married (d), Nurunnissa Begum, married (e), Aziaza [Malika e-Alam], married (f), Jamiatunnissa, married (g), Raushan Bai, and had issue. He died 10th November 1806.

    • Shahzada Mirza Jahandar Shah, born 1750, married and had issue. He died 1st June 1788.

      • Shahzada Mirza Ali Qadr, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Muhammed Mohsam Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 234Rs per mensem.

      • Shahzada Mirza Haji Shigufta Bakht, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Salimuddin Bakht, born 1790, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Masud Bakht, married and had issue.

            • Mirza Rahimuddin Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 208Rs per mensem.

      • Shahzada Mirza Muazzam Shah Khurram Bakht, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Mahmud Jan Rayazuddin, born 1790, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Muhammed Syed Bakht [alias Piyari Saheb], in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 649Rs per mensem; living in Benares, India around 1892 (#2).
          • Mirza Faiyazuddin, a Poet.

        • Mirza Zafar Bakht, born 1792, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Muzaffar Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 192Rs per mensem.
          • Mirza Nadir Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 192Rs per mensem.

        • Mirza Abdul Latif, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Mauzuddin Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 307Rs per mensem.

    • Padshah-e Hind AKBAR SHAH II (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza SULEIMAN SHIKOH, married and had issue. He died 1838.

      • Mirza ANJAN SHIKOH, married Susan Gardner, daughter of Alan Gardner and Bibi Sahiba Hinga Begum.
      • Shahzadi Mulka Hamani Begum, married (as his second wife), William James Gardner, (brother of Alan Gardner), and had issue.

    • Shahzada Mirza EZAD BAKHSH, died after 1st October 1809.
    • Shahzada Mirza Muazzam Bakht (by Raushan Bai), married and had issue.

      • Shahzada Mirza Azizuddin, a poet under the name of Saroor, married Agha Begum, daughter of Mirza Jahangir, Heir Apparent, son of Padshah Akbar Shah II, and had issue. He was hanged by the British on Delhi Gate in 1857 along with six other Mughal Princes.

        • Shahzada Mirza Kabiruddin (by Agha Begum), married Barkat Zamani Begum, and had issue.

          • Shahzada Mirza Fayyazuddin (by Barkat Zamani Begum), born 1889, married Badshah Jahan Begum, born 1898, died 15th January 1972 in Lahore, daughter of Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] (below), and had issue. He died 1950.

            • Shahzada Mirza KHAIRUDDIN KHURSHID JAH (qv)
            • Shahzadi Izzat Jahan Begum, born 1916, died 2005.
            • Shahzadi Dr. Saulat Jahan Begum, born 28th February 1920, married Mirza Mahmood Shah, and had issue. She died 18th November 2001.
            • Shahzadi Nuzhat Jahan Begum, born 1920, married and had issue. She died 1997.

              • Malahat Javaid Jah, married her cousin, Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH, present Head of the Mughal Imperial Family, and has issue (see above).

            • Shahzadi Nazakat Jahan Begum, born 1922, eminent Historian, died 2005.

          • Mirza Iqbaluddin, born 1890, married and had issue. He died 1967.

            • Ghayyur Jahan Begum

          • Mirza Nasiruddin, born 1892, died unmarried 1956.

  • Padshah-e Hind BAIDAR BAKHT Kuchak Shah 1788/1790, proclaimed Emperor by Ghulam Qadir Khan in Delhi on 31st July 1788. He was executed in 1790.

  • Padshah-e Hind Moin ad-Din Abu´n Nasr Mohammad AKBAR SHAH II Saheb Qiran-e Sani 1806/1837, born 23rd April 1760 at Makanpur (#4), married 23 wives, including (a) Rahimunnissa [Mumtaz Mahal], died 23rd April 1837 at Delhi, married (b), Kullo Bai, married (c), Faraz Mahal, married (d), Rani Uttam Kumari, married (e), Inayatpuri Bai, and had issue. He died 28th September 1837.

    • Padshah-e Hind Seraj ad-Din ABU'L MUZAFFAR MUHAMMED BAHADUR SHAH II (by Kullo Bai) (qv) 
    • Shahzada Mirza Jahangir, born 1790, Heir Apparent, married and had issue. He died 1821.

      • Agha Begum, married Shahzada Mirza Azizuddin, and had issue (see above).

  • Padshah-e Hind Seraj ad-Din ABU'L MUZAFFAR MUHAMMED BAHADUR SHAH II Zafar (by Lal Bai) 1837/1858, born 24th October 1775 in Delhi, proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 28th September 1827, deposed 29th March 1858, married 60 wives, (amongst others) (a), Ashraf Mahal Begum, married (b), 18th November 1840, Zinat Mahal (daughter of Nawab Shamsher-ud-Daulah), born 1819, died 17th July 1886 in Rangoon, Burma, married (c), Kulsum Zamani Begum, married (d), Nawab Taj Mahal Begum, married (e), Mubarakunnissa, married (f), Rahim Bukhsh Bai, and had issue, 49 children. He died 7th November 1862 in Rangoon, Burma, buried in Yangôn, Burma. 

    • Shahzada Mirza Fateh-ul-Mulk Fakhruddin [Mirza Fakhru] (by Rahim Bukhsh Bai), born 1818, appointed Valiahad in 1853, married (amongst others), (a) (his cousin), Hatim Zamani Begum, daughter of Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH (see below and above), married (b) (his cousin), Shah Zamani Begum, and had issue. He died 1856.

      • Mirza Abubakar, he died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.
      • Mirza Muhammad Farkhanda Jamal (by Shah Zamani Begum), born 1854 in Delhi, married 1stly, Shahzadi Saeeduzzamani, daughter of Mirza Ilahi Bukhsh, she died sp, married 2ndly, Afroz Jahan Begum, and had issue.

        • Mirza Ahmad Shah
        • Mirza Hamid Shah, married and had issue.

          • Shahryar Begum
          • Mirza Azeem Jamal Shah
          • Mirza Intikhab Shah
          • Mirza Khalid Shah
          • Afroze Jehan Begum, married Mirza Shahrukh Sultan, son of Mirza Ahmed Sultan.

        • Sarwar Sultan Begum
        • Humaira Sultan Begum
        • Qamar Sultan Begum [Khatoon Zamani Begum], married and had issue. She died June 1993.

    • Shahzada Mirza Mughal, born 1817, married and had issue. He died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.

      • Mirza Kadir Uddin, born 1845 in Delhi, married and had issue.
      • Mirza Mujahid Uddin, born 1847 in Delhi, married and had issue.

        • Dabir-Uz-Zamani Begum, died 1959 in Karachi, Pakistan.

    • Shahzada Mirza Khwaja, died 1857.
    • Shahzada Mirza Firuz, living 1866.
    • Shahzada Mirza Khizr Sultan, died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.
    • Shahzada Mirza Jawan Bakht (by Zeenat Mahal Begum), born 1842, married Shah Zamani Begum, and had issue. He died 1884 in Rangoon, Burma.

      • Mirza Jamshed Bakht, educated at Yangôn College, married 1stly, circa 1905, a Burmese woman of a local Muslim family, married 2ndly, Nawab Shah Zamani Begum, daughter of Nawab Pyare Mirza of Lucknow, and had issue, three children. He died 1921 at Yangôn.

        • Mirza Sikander Bakht (by the 1st marriage)
        • Mirza Muhammed Bedar Bakht (by 2nd marriage), recognized by the Government of India in 1948, receiving a pension of 400Rs, married Sultana Begum, born 1953, and had issue, one son and five daughters. He died 1980 (#6).

          • Mirza Kamal Bakht

      • Raunaq Zamani Begum, died 3rd April 1930.

    • Shahzada Mirza Kochak Sultan
    • Shahzada Mirza Shah Abbas (by Mubarukunnissa), married a girl from Rangoon, a daughter of a local Muslim merchant.
    • Shahzada Mirza Dara Bakht
    • Shahzada Mirza Shahrukh 
    • Shahzada Mirza Qaish, married and had issue, one son.

      • Mirza Abdullah, married and had issue, one son.

        • Mirza Pyare, married Habib Begum, and had issue.

          • Begum Laila Ummahani

  • Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH [Mirza Hidayat Afza] 1858/1878, born 1809, great grandson of a brother of Farruksiyar (see above), married, and had issue. He died 1878

    • Shahzada Mirza MUHAMMAD SULAIMAN SHAH (by Aabadi Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] (by Aabadi Begum) (qv)
    • Mirza Iqbal Shah (by Aabadi Begum), born 1855, died sp 25th May 1892.
    • Shahzadi Hatim Zamani Begum, married Shahzada Mirza FATEH-ul-MULK MIRZA FAKHRUDDIN (see above). She died sp.
    • Shahzadi Saeeduzzamani Begum (by Khatoon Zamani Begum), married Mirza Muhammad Farkhanda Jamal (see above), died sp.
    • Shahzadi Masiti Begum (by Husaini Begum)
    • Sarwar Sultanzamani [Hatim Zamani] (by Barri Begum)


  • Shahzada Mirza MUHAMMAD SULAIMAN SHAH 1878/1890, born September 1846 in Delhi, married (a), (his cousin) Shaukat Zamani Begum [Mahrukh Zamani Begum], married (b), (his cousin) Munawaruzzamani Begum, married (c), Zakia Sultan Begum, and had issue. He died 1890.

    • Qaisar Jahan Begum (by Shaukat Zamani Begum), born 1882, married (her cousin), Shahzada Mirza Salim Mohammad Shah (see below). She died 1958.
    • Sultan Jahan Begum (by Shaukat Zamani Begum)
    • Mirza Muhammad Sadiq (by a concubine), married and had issue. He died 1922.

      • Mirza Nizamuddin, married Asia Sultan Begum, and had issue.

        • Mirza Farman Shah, married and had issue.

          • Mumtaz Jahan, she married Shahid Baig, and had issue.

            • Salman Shahid


            • Narmeen Shahid

          • Javaid Iqbal
          • Munni
          • Pervaiz Iqbal
          • Ashfaq Ahmad
          • Nyla Tabassum

        • Mirza Rizwan Shah, married and had issue. He died 2008.

          • Feroza Ashraf, married and has issue.

            • Imran Ashraf
            • Mirza Faisal Ashraf
            • Selina Ashraf

          • Khursheed Ashraf, married and has issue.

            • Shanala Ashraf
            • Sabrina Ashraf
            • Yousaf Ashraf

          • Akhlaq Ahmad Taimuri
          • Ilyas Ahmad Taimuri
          • Ayaz Ahmad


  • Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] 1890/1913, born 1853 in Delhi, married 1stly, 1872, Shamsuzzamani Begum, died sp, married 2ndly, (his cousin), Nawabzadi Muniruzzamani Begum, died 1947 at Walton Railway Station whilst migrating from India to Pakistan, daughter of Mirza Firoz Shah, and had issue, as well as further natural issue by Rafaqat Zamani Begum of Tonk. He died 1913.

    • Shahzada Mirza MOHAMMAD SHAH [Salim Mohammad Shah] (by Rafaqat Zamani Begum) (qv)
    • Badshahjahan Begum (by Muniruzzamani Begum), born 1898, married Shahzada Mirza Fayyazuddin, born 1889, died 1950 (see above), and had issue. She died 15th January 1972 in Lahore.
    • Mirza Muhammad Jawan Bukht (by Muniruzzamani Begum), died 1911.
    • Malika Jahan Begum (by Muniruzzamani Begum), married (her cousin), Mirza Ameer Sultan. She died sp Novermber 1918.

  • Shahzada Mirza MOHAMMAD SHAH [Salim Mohammad Shah] 1913/1925, married (his cousin) Qaisar Jahan Begum, daughter of Shahzada Mirza Sulaiman Shah (see above), and had issue. He died 1925.

    • Begum Taimur Jahan, died 1984.


  • Shahzada Mirza KHAIRUDDIN KHURSHID JAH 1925/1975, born 15th October 1914 in Rangmahal, Delhi (#1), Head of the Mughal Royal Family 1925/1975, recognized as such by the Indian Government in 1931, married Nawabzadi Arghwani Begum, born 1923, daughter of Nawabzada Samiullah Khan (died 1949), and had issue. He died 1975.

    • Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza JALALUDDIN MUHAMMAD AKBAR, born 15th September 1947 at the Old Fort, Delhi; a graduate in Engineering, presently working in a Lahore development authority, married Lubna Jalaluddin Akbar, and has issue.

      • Shahzadi Dr. Maliha Akbar
      • Shahzadi Mahvash Akbar, has earned a Master's Degree in English Literature.
      • Shahzada Jahanzeb Akbar, born 22nd May 1985 in Lahore, presently (2006) studying for a Degree in Chartered Accountancy.
      • Shahzada Aurangzeb Akbar, born 22nd January 1987 in Lahore, presently (2006) studying for a Master's Degree in Business Administration.

    • Shahzadi Sabahat Jah
    • Shahzadi Zakawat Jah
    • Shahzadi Fasahat Jah
    • Shahzadi Nabahat Jah

  • Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH (see above)
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1. Biographical Encyclopedia of Pakistan, c1958, p.264
2. "The Golden Book of India"; LETHBRIDGE, Roper, MacMillan & Co., 1893 p. 350
3. Dictionary of Indian Biography  ; Buckland,C.E.  ; London,1906  ; Page 385
4. Dictionary of Indian Biography  ; Buckland,C.E.  ; London,1906  ; Page 302
5. Thierry Stasser, e-mail 21st June 2001
6. Another source says he died in Calcutta in late 1960's.
7. "The eighth section of the series on the mutiny of Delhi", Published for the second time in 1922 by Ibne Arbi. (see The Mutiny In Delhi). Page 24 of 44: "After their murder he (Hodgson) got their heads cut off and presented them to the Badshah saying that "this is your Nazr-gift, which had closed, and to renew it, you had taken part in the rebellion". The Badshah looked on his sons heads, and with surprising composure said "Thanks to Allah, the descendents of Timur always come in front of their fathers in this way." After that, the bodies were hung out in front of the Police Station and the heads were hung on the Khuni Darwaza (Bloody gate). Lord Roberts, who later became the Commander-in-Chief in India and who later died in Europe, was present during the Mutiny. Commenting on the actions of Major Hodgson he wrote "By this act Hodgson ruined his reputation and killed the princes to no purpose." Reference by S.U Tamuri FCA (London), gratefully acknowledged, June 2007.
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sashashyam wrote:
I have doubts about this  persistent hatred version, for it appears that the Princess of Amer and Akbar had several children. Please see file:///C:/Users/Shyamala/TVShows/Jodha%20Akbar/MughalGenealogy.htmlI am not  a historian, but this was referred to me by a friend in the IF.Shyamala B.CowsikTanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
Sorry! but the link doesn't seem to work, Shyamala Ji!
Can u please copy paste the text?

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Post by Tanthya on 2013-10-04, 14:49

sashashyam wrote:
I have doubts about this  persistent hatred version, for it appears that the Princess of Amer and Akbar had several children. Please see file:///C:/Users/Shyamala/TVShows/Jodha%20Akbar/MughalGenealogy.htmlI am not  a historian, but this was referred to me by a friend in the IF.Shyamala B.CowsikTanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
Hi Shyamala,

There were 3 sons ..one was  Salim, second was daniyal and there is a 3rd one Murad ..and then there were 6 daughters ..I believe Hussain and Hassan died in their infancy and the rest were daughters ..Has been a while and memory has become hazy.


The relationship between Harkha bai and Akbar was not  a loving one ..

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Post by sonshine487 on 2013-10-04, 14:52

sonshine487 wrote:
Tanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
if it is so... then this is definitely not the way to go about it
that was Alex Rutherford version
A Rajput princess would never behave the way she is shown in the show...
an ordinary woman would have more gumption
and she is supposed to be a Royal, born and brought up
She can be haughty, hoity-toity, stuck up, spoilt... but never ordinary or petty
It doesn't fadge
WHOA!!!
This is exhaustive...
Thank you, Shyamala Ji!
And yes, at least three children seem to be credited to Jodha/ Heera Kumari
Certainly puts a hamper on the hatred theory

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Post by Tanthya on 2013-10-04, 14:55

sashashyam wrote:
Let me try. Here goes. Shyamala B.Cowsik wrote:
DELHI (Mughal Empire)
 
TITLE:  Padshah-e HindCAPITAL: Delhi ANNEXATION: 1st November 1858
STATE: IndiaDYNASTY: MughalRELIGION: Muslim
   
PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE: Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH, Senior Representative of the Mughal Imperial Family since 1975.
born 16th May 1946 at Rang Mahal, Delhi; married Malahat Javaid Jah, a cousin and daughter of his paternal aunt, Shahzadi Nuzhat Jahan Begum (see below), and has issue.

  • Shahzada Mirza Shahrukh Javaid Jah M.Sc. (Psychology), born 15th April 1978, married 8th August 2008, Bait ul Mukarram, Karachi, Sind in Pakistan, Faiza Zafar, born 16th March 1976 in Karachi, daughter of Mirza Zafar ul-Alam, and his wife, Fazeelat Jehan Begum Sahiba.
  • Shahzada Mirza Furrukh Javaid Jah
  • Shahzada Mirza Ziarukh Javaid Jah
  • Shahzadi Darakhshanda Kashif, married and has issue.

    • Nausherwan Kashif, born 2000.

    • Maha Kashif, born 2004.
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The Suri Dynasty of usurpers held sway from 1539 to 1555. Rulers were...

  • Padshah ZAHIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD BABER 1526/1530, born 14th February 1483 in Samarqand, married 1stly, March 1500, in Khodjand, Ayesha Sultan Begum, daughter of Sultan Ahmad Mirza and Qataq Begum, married 2ndly, 1503/1504 Zaynab Sultan Begum, died 1506, daughter of Sultan Mahmud Mirza and Khanzada Begum, married 3rdly, 1506, Mahum Begum, daughter of Sheikh Ahmad Jan, she died  1533 at Agra, married 4thly, Gül Rukh Begum, married 5thly, 1507/1508 Masuma Sultan Begum, daughter of Sultan Ahmad Mirza and Habiba Sultan Begum, died 1510, married 6thly, Dildar Aghatcha, married 7thly, 1519, Bibi Mubaraka, daughter of Malik Shah Mansur, died sp, and he had issue. He died 26th December 1530 (#5).

    • Shahzadi Fakhrunissa (by Aycha Sultan Begum), born 1500, died young.
    • Padshah NASIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD HUMAYUM (by Mahum Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada BARBUL (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Mihr Jahan (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Aisha Daulat  (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Gülzar (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzada KAMRAM MIRZA  (by Gül Rukh Begum), born 1509/1510, married and had issue. He died 5th October 1557 at Mecca.

      • Shahzada ABDUL QASIM IBRAHIM, executed at Gowaliar.
      • Shahzadi Gülrukh Begum 



    • Shahzada ASKERI MIRZA  (by Gül Rukh Begum), born 1516, died 1557/1558.
    • Shahzadi Masuma Begum (by Masuma Sultan Begum), born 1510, married Muhammad I Zaman Mirza.
    • Shahzadi Gülrukh Begum  (by Dildar Aghatcha), married Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD MIRZA, and had issue.

      • Shahzadi Salima Sultan Begum, married Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (qv)



    • Shahzada ABUNASR MUHAMMAD HINDAL (by Dildar Aghatcha), born March 1519, married and had issue. He died 22nd November 1551.

      • Shahzadi Ruqayya Begum, married Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (qv). She died 1625/1626.



    • Shahzadi Gül Badan (by Dildar Aghatcha), born 1522/1523, married Khizar Khawaja, Governor of Lahore and Bihar. She died 1602/1603. 
    • Shahzada FARUKH (by Dildar Aghatcha), born 2nd August 1526, died 1527/1528.
    • Shahzadi Gülchihre (by Dildar Aghatcha), married Abbas Sultan Uzbek.
    • Shahzadi Gülrung (by Saleha Sultan Begum)
    • Shahzada Mehr Jan, died young.


  • Padshah NASIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD HUMAYUM 1530/1539 and 1555/1556, born 5th March 1508, married 1stly, Haji Begum [Bega Begum], died 1581, married 2ndly, 21st August 1541, Hamida Banu Begum Mariam Makani, born 1525, died 29th August 1604, married 3rdly, Khanim Begum, daughter of Sulayman , Governor of Badakhchan, other wives and concubines were, (d) Chand Bibi, (e) Shad Bibi, (f) Mah-Chehak Begum, (g) Gunwar Bibi, (h) Gul-Barg Barlas, (i) Maywa-Jan and (j) Shahnam Agha. He died 23rd January 1556 at Din Panah, as a result of a fall down the library stairs in response to a call for prayers.

    • Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (by Hamida Banu Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada AL AMAN, born November 1528.
    • Shahzadi Bakhchi Banu, born 1540, married Ibrahim Mirza.
    • Shahzada HAKIM, born 29th April 1553, died 2nd August 1585.
    • Shahzadi Farrukh Fal, born 1555, died 1555.
    • Shahzadi Fakhrunissa

  • Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I 1556/1605, born 14th Ocober 1542 in Amarkot, Sind, India, married 1stly, Ruqayya Begum, (daughter of Shahzada ABUNASR MUHAMMAD HINDAL) died 4th February 1626 at Agra, married 2ndly, Salima Sultan Begum, born 23rd February 1539, died 2nd January 1613 at Agra, (daughter of NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD MIRZA and Gülrukh Begum and widow of Bairum Khan), married 3rdly, 6th February 1562, Heera Kumari [Mariam Zamani], daughter of Raja Bharmal of Amber/Jaipur, died 2nd January 1613, buried at Sikandra. He died 13th October 1605 in Agra, India. (Also married 10 other Rajput princesses. They were from Merta, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Dungarpur, Jodhpur, Gwaliar and Baghel).

    • Shahzadi Shakrunnissa Begum (by Mariam Zamani)
    • Shahzadi Aram Banu Begum (by Mariam Zamani)
    • Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR (by Mariam Zamani) (qv)
    • Shahzada MURAD, born 1570, married and had issue. He died 1599.

      • Shahzadi Jahan Begum, married Shahzada PARWIZ (qv).



    • Shahzada DANIYAL, born 1572, married Jana Begum, daughter of Khan Khanan. He died 1605.

  • Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR [Shehzada Sultan Salim] 1605/1627, born 31st August 1569 in Fatehpur Sikri, India, married 1stly, 1586, Mani Bai [Manbhawati and later Shah Begum], daughter of the Raja Bhagwan Das of Amber, committed suicide 26th May 1604, married 2ndly, 1588 Man Bai, daughter of Udai Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, died 18th April 1619, married 3rdly, 1611 Mihrunissa Begum, born 1577, granted the titles of Nur Mahal in 1611 and Nur Jahan in 1616, (daughter of GHIYASUDDIN ITIMAD-ud-DAULAH), died 18th November 1645, also married the daughter of Raja Jagat Singh, and Sahib Jamal, daughter of Raja Raj Singh I of Bikaner, and had issue. He died 28th October 1627, and is buried at Lahore (now in Pakistan).

    • Shahzadi Sultan al Nissa Begum (by Mani Bai), born 1587, died September 1646.
    • Shahzada KHUSRAU (by Mani Bai), born 1587, died 29th January 1622.
    • Shahzada PARWAIZ (by Sahib Jamal), born 1589, married Jahan Begum, (daughter of Shahzada MURAD), and had issue. He died 1626.

      • Shahzadi Nadera Banu, married 11th February 1633, Shahzada DARA SHIKUH (see below). She died June 1659.



    • Padshah SHAHABUDDIN SHAH JAHAN I (by Man Bai) (qv)
    • Shahzadi Bahar Banu Begum (by Man Bai), died 14th September 1653.
    • Shahzada SHEHARYAR, married April 1621, Ladli, born 1596, (daughter of SHER AFGHAN, killed in battle, and Mihrunissa Begum). He died 2nd February 1628.

  • Padshah SHAHABUDDIN SHAH JAHAN I [Prince Khurram] 1627/1658, born 5th January 1592 in Lahore, India; he was removed from power in June 1658 and formally deposed by his son in August 1658; married 1stly 12th December 1609, Qandahar Mahal Begum, (daughter of MUZAFFAR HUSAIN MIRZA), married 2ndly 10th May 1612, Arjumand Banu Begum Mumtaz Mahal, born 15th April 1593 in Agra, India, (daughter of ABDUL HASAN ASAF KHAN), died 17th June 1631 in Deccan, India, married 3rdly September 1617, daughter of Shahnawaz Khan, and had issue. He died 22nd October 1666 at Agra, India and his body was taken by river to the Taj Mahal and was interred there next to the grave of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

    • Shahzadi Parhiz Banu Begum (by Qandahar Mahal Begum), born 22nd August 1611, died after January 1666.
    • Shahzadi Huralnissa Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 30th March 1613, died 14th June 1616.
    • Shahzadi Jahanara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 2nd April 1614 in Ajmer, India, died 6th September 1681.
    • Shahzada DARA SHIKUH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 30th March 1615 in Ajmer, educated under eminent Muslim scholars and trained in the affairs of State, he was appointed, at different times, subahdar of Allahabad, Punjab, Gujarat, Multan and Kabul, granted the mansab of 60,000 zat and 40,000 sowar, he was awarded the title of Shah-i-Buland Iqbal and a seat on a gold throne by the side of the Emperor's throne on 3rd February 1655, married 11th February 1633, Nadera Banu (see above) and had issue. He was put to death on the night of 30th-31st August 1659 in Delhi.

      • Shahzada SULEIMAN SHIKUH, born 15th March 1635, married 14th April 1654, Anup Kanwar, daughter of  of Amar Singh, son of Raja Gaj Singh of Srinagar, and had issue. He died May 1662.

        • Shahzadi Salima Begum, married Padshah MUHAMMAD AKBAR (see below).



      • Shahzada SULTAN MUMTAZ SHIKUH, born 16th August 1643, died 6th December 1647.
      • Shahzada SULTAN SIPIR SHIKUH, born 13th October 1644, married Zubdatunissa, born 1661, (daughter of Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB and Aurangabadi Mahal) died 1707, and had issue.  He died 1707.

        • Shahzada ALI TABAR, born 1676, died 1676.



      • Shahzadi Jahanzeb Begum, married 1668, Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM (see below), and had issue. She died 1705.



    • Shahzada MUHAMMED SULTAN SHAH SHUJA Bahadur (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 3rd July 1616, Mughal Pretender, ruling from Bengal 1657/1660, married 1stly, 4th March 1633, daughter of Mirza Rustam Safawi, died 1634, married 2ndly, February 1639, daughter of Azam Khan, and had issue. He died 1660.

      • Shahzada SULTAN ZAINALDIN MUHAMMAD (by daughter of Azam Khan), born 27th November 1639.
      • Shahzada SULTAN ZAINAL AABDIN (by daughter of Azam Khan), born 20th December 1645.
      • Shahzada SULTAN BULAND AKHTAR, born August 1645.



    • Shahzadi Raushanara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 3rd September 1617 in Burhanpur, India, died 1671.
    • Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB (by Mumtaz Mahal) (qv)
    • Shahzada SULTAN UMMID BAKHSH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 18th December 1619, died circa March 1622.
    • Shahzadi Surayya Banu Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 10th June 1621, died 28th April 1628.
    • Shahzada (name unknown) (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 1622, died 1622.
    • Shahzada SULTAN MURAD BAKSH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 8th September 1624, Mughal Pretender, ruling 1657/1658 from Gujarat, married 18th July 1642, daughter of Shahnawaz Khan Safawi, and had issue. He died 14th December 1661.

      • Shahzada SULTAN MUHAMMAD YAR KHAN, born 12th August 1646.
      • Shahzada IZIAD BAKHSH, married Mihrunissa, born 1661, died 1709, and had issue.

        • Shahzada DAWAR BAKSH, married and had issue.

          • Shahzadi Iffatunissa Begum, married 1stly 6th April 1739, Nasrullah Mirza Afshar, died 1747, married 2ndly, Padshah AHMAD SHAH of Kabul, and had issue.



      • Daughter, married SULTAN MUHAMMAD, (son of AURANGZEB and Nawab Bai, see below).



    • Shahzada SULTAN LUFTALLAH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 4th November 1626, died 14th May 1628.
    • Shahzada SULTAN DAULAT AFZA (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 9th May 1628, died young.
    • Shahzadi Husnara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 23rd April 1630, died young.
    • Shahzadi Gauhara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 17th June 1631 in Burhanpur, India, died 1706.
    • Shahzada SULTAN JAHAN AFROZ by daughter of Shahnawaz Khan, born June 1619, died March 1621.


  • Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB 1658/1707, born 3rd November 1618 in Dhod, Malwa, India, married 1stly, 19th May 1637, Dilras Banu Begum, (daughter of BADIUZZAMAN MIRZA SHAHNAWAZ KHAN), died 18-Oct-1657, married 2ndly, Nawab Raj Bai, daughter of the Raja TAJUDDIN KHAN of Rajauri, married 3rdly, 1652, Hira Bai Zainabadi Mahal, died 1655, married 4thly 1660, Aurangabadi Mahal, married 5thly Udaipuri Mahal.  He died 21st February 1707.

    • Shahzadi Zebunnisa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum), born 15th February 1638 in Khirki, died unmarried 26th May 1702.
    • Shahzadi Zinatunnissa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum), born October 1643, died unmarried 1721, buried Masjid, Delhi.
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM SHAH (by Dilras Banu Begum) (qv) 
    • Shahzadi Mihrunissa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum)
    • Shahzada MUHAMMAD AKBAR (by Dilras Banu Begum), born 20th September 1657, married (a) Salima Begum, (daughter of Shahzada SULEIMAN SHIKUH and Anup Kanwar), (b) married the daughter of the Raja of Assam, and had issue. He died 1704.

      • Shahzadi Saifunissa Begum (by Salima Begum)
      • Padshah NEKUSIYAR (by Salima Begum), born 1679, died 1723.
      • Shahzada MUHAMMED ASGHARI, married and had issue.

        • Shahzada MIRZA ASGHARI, living 1719.



      • Shahzada BULAND AKHTAR, died 1706.



    • Shahzada SULTAN MUHAMMAD (by Nawab Bai), born 29th December 1639, married (a) daughter of Shahzada SULTAN MURAD BAKSH and the daughter of Shahnawaz Khan Safawi, married (b) 13th April 1656 daughter of Qutb al Mulk , Sultan of Golconda. He died 1677.
    • Padshah MU'AZZAM BAHADUR SHAH I (by Nawab Raj Bai) (qv)
    • Shahzadi Badrunnissa Begum (by Nawab Raj Bai)
    • Shahzadi Zubdatunissa (by Aurangabadi Mahal), born 1661, married Shahzada SULTAN SIPIR SHIKUH (see above). She died 1707.
    • Shahzada KAM BAKSH (by Udaipuri Mahal), born 1667, married and had issue. He died 1709.

      • Shahzada FIRUZMAND, died 1709.
      • Shahzada MUHIUSSUNNAT, born 1690, married and had issue. He died 1747/1749

        • Padshah MUHIULMILLAT SHAH JEHAN III  (qv)

  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM SHAH 1707 (February to June), born 20th July 1653, married 1668, Jahanzeb Begum, (daughter of Shahzada DARA SHIKUH and Nadera Banu) died 1705, and had issue. He died 13th June 1707.

    • Shahzada BEDAR BAKHT (mother was the sister of Sikander Khan, Rajah of Bijapur), married and had issue.

      • Shahzada BIDAR DIL 
      • Shahzada SAID BAKHT
      • Shahzada FIRUZ BAKHT
      • Shahzada DINDAR DIL
      • Shahzada HAYATULLAH



    • Shahzada WALA JAH, full brother of Bedar Bakht. He died 1707.
    • Shahzada JAWAN BAKHT 
    • Shahzada ALI TABAR, died 1734.
    • Shahzada SIKANDER SHAH 
    • Shahzada WALA SHAH
    • Shahzada ZI JAH

  • Padshah MU'AZZAM BAHADUR SHAH I 1707/1712, born 14th October 1643 in Burhanpur, India, married and had issue. He died 27th February 1712 in Lahore, India.

    • Padshah MUHAMMAD JAHANDAR SHAH (by Nizam Bai) (qv)
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZIMUSHAN (qv)
    • Shahzada RAFIUL QADR RAFIUSHAN (by Nurunnissa), born 1671, married (a), Dilruba, married (b), Zakiatunnissa, married (c), Fakhrunnissa [Qudsia Begum], and had issue. He was killed in 1712.

      • Padshah SHAH JAHAN II (by Dilruba) (qv) 
      • Shahzada RAFIUDDAULA, born 1698, died 1719/1720.
      • Padshah RAFIUDDARJAT (qv)



    • Shahzada KHUJISTA AKHTAR JEHAN SHAH, born 1673, married and had issue. He died 1712.

      • Shahzada FARKHUNDA AKHTAR, killed in 1712 at Lahore.
      • Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH (qv)



    • Shahzada BULAND AKHTAR (by Qudsia Begum), died 1732.

  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZIMUSHAN 1712, born 1664, married 1678, Baijas Kaur, died 1721, daughter of Rajkumar Kirat Singh of Amber, and had issue. He was killed in 1712.

    • Shahzada MUHAMMAD KARIM Mirza (by Baijas Kaur), born 1680, married and had issue. He died 1712.

      • Shahzadi Karimatunissa, died 1727.



    • Padshah Muhammad Ruhulquds FARRUKHSIAR (by Baijas Kaur) (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza Humayun Bakht, born 1677, married and had issue. He died 1744.

      • Mirza Izzat Afza, married Umdatuzzamani [Baiga Begum], daughter of Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II (see below), and had issue. He died 1788.

        • Mirza Shujaat Afza (by Umdatuzzamani), married and had issue.

          • Mirza Hidayat Afza [Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH] (see below)


  • Padshah MUHAMMAD JAHANDAR SHAH 1712/1713, born 9th May 1661, married 1stly, Saeeduzzamani, daughter of Rustum Safavi, married 2ndly, Anup Bai, married 3rdly, Lal Kanwar, and had issue. He was killed in 1713.

    • Shahzada Mirza AZZUDDIN, born 1691, died 1744. 
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza IZZUDDIN, died 1738.

  • Padshah FARRUKHSIAR 1713/1719, born at Aurangabad in the Deccan on 11th September 1683, he defeated Jahandar Shah, who had succeeded Bahadur Shah, on 10 January 1713, after a hard-fought battle at Samugarh near Agra. He was eventually deposed and blinded by his own men with needles pressed into his eyes on 28th February 1719, married (amongst others) (a) Fakhrunnissa, daughter of Sadat Khan, married (b), September 1715, Maharajkumari Indra Kunwar, daughter of Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur, married (c), 3rd July 1717, Rajkumari Bhup Devi, daughter of Raja JAYA SINGH of Kashtwar, and had issue. He was choked to death on the night of 27th and 28th April 1719.

    • Shahzadi Malika Uzzamani [Badshah Begum] (by Indra Kunwar), Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH (see below). She died 1778.

  • Padshah RAFIUDDARJAT 1719, born 1699, died 1719/1720.

  • Padshah SHAH JAHAN II 1719, born 1696, died 1746/1748. 

  • Padshah NEKUSIYAR 1719, born 1679, died 1723.

  • Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH 1719/1748, born 1702, married Shahzadi Malika Uzzamani [Badshah Begum] (see above), died 1778, and had issue. He died 15th April 1748.

    • Padshah AHMAD SHAH (qv)
    • Daughter, married Padshah AHMAD SHAH DURRANI, King of Kabul, Herat, Qandahar and Peshawar, born 1722, died 16th October 1773.
    • Shahzadi Ammatuz Zehra [Bahu Begum Saheba], married Nawab Wazir ul-Mamalik Mirza Jalaluddin Haidar SHUJA UD DAWLA of Oudh.

  • Padshah AHMAD SHAH 1748/1754, born 1727, proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 29th April 1748, deposed 2nd June 1754, married Gauhar Afroz Bano, and had issue. He died 8th October 1774 at Delhi.

    • Padshah BAIDAR BAKHT Kuchak Shah (qv)


  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II 1754/1759, born 16th Jun 1699 in Multan, India; proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 2nd June 1754, married (a), Bilal Kunwar, married (b), Zeenat Mahal, married (c), Azizabadi Mahal, married (d), Faiz Bakht, married (e), Latifa, marrried (f), September 1758, (his cousin) Zinat Afroz Banu Befum, married (g), Aurangabadi, and had issue. He was killed 29th November 1759 near Delhi, India.

    • Padshah ALI GAUHAR SHAH ALAM II (qv)
    • Umdatuzzamani [Baiga Begum], married Mirza Izzat Afza, died 1788, son of Shahzada Mirza Humayun Bakht (see above), and had issue.


  • Padshah MUHIULMILLAT SHAH JAHAN III 1759/1760, installed as Emperor of Delhi on 29th November 1759, deposed 9th October 1760.

  • Padshah-e Hind Jalal ad-Din Abu´l Mozaffar Mohammad ALI GAUHAR SHAH ALAM II 1759/1788 and 1789/1806, born 15th June 1728 (#3), proclaimed Emperor of Delhi at Ghtauli on 24th December 1759, deposed and blinded 4th August 1788, re-installed 7th February 1789, married 27 wives, including (a), Taj Mahal Begum, married (b), Jamilunnissa, a Mughal Princess, descended from Padshah Bahadur Shah I, married (c), Mubarak Mahal [Qudsia Begum], died 15th February 1816 at Delhi,  married (d), Nurunnissa Begum, married (e), Aziaza [Malika e-Alam], married (f), Jamiatunnissa, married (g), Raushan Bai, and had issue. He died 10th November 1806.

    • Shahzada Mirza Jahandar Shah, born 1750, married and had issue. He died 1st June 1788.

      • Shahzada Mirza Ali Qadr, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Muhammed Mohsam Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 234Rs per mensem.



      • Shahzada Mirza Haji Shigufta Bakht, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Salimuddin Bakht, born 1790, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Masud Bakht, married and had issue.

            • Mirza Rahimuddin Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 208Rs per mensem.



      • Shahzada Mirza Muazzam Shah Khurram Bakht, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Mahmud Jan Rayazuddin, born 1790, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Muhammed Syed Bakht [alias Piyari Saheb], in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 649Rs per mensem; living in Benares, India around 1892 (#2).
          • Mirza Faiyazuddin, a Poet.



        • Mirza Zafar Bakht, born 1792, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Muzaffar Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 192Rs per mensem.
          • Mirza Nadir Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 192Rs per mensem.



        • Mirza Abdul Latif, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Mauzuddin Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 307Rs per mensem.



    • Padshah-e Hind AKBAR SHAH II (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza SULEIMAN SHIKOH, married and had issue. He died 1838.

      • Mirza ANJAN SHIKOH, married Susan Gardner, daughter of Alan Gardner and Bibi Sahiba Hinga Begum.
      • Shahzadi Mulka Hamani Begum, married (as his second wife), William James Gardner, (brother of Alan Gardner), and had issue.



    • Shahzada Mirza EZAD BAKHSH, died after 1st October 1809.
    • Shahzada Mirza Muazzam Bakht (by Raushan Bai), married and had issue.

      • Shahzada Mirza Azizuddin, a poet under the name of Saroor, married Agha Begum, daughter of Mirza Jahangir, Heir Apparent, son of Padshah Akbar Shah II, and had issue. He was hanged by the British on Delhi Gate in 1857 along with six other Mughal Princes.

        • Shahzada Mirza Kabiruddin (by Agha Begum), married Barkat Zamani Begum, and had issue.

          • Shahzada Mirza Fayyazuddin (by Barkat Zamani Begum), born 1889, married Badshah Jahan Begum, born 1898, died 15th January 1972 in Lahore, daughter of Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] (below), and had issue. He died 1950.

            • Shahzada Mirza KHAIRUDDIN KHURSHID JAH (qv)
            • Shahzadi Izzat Jahan Begum, born 1916, died 2005.
            • Shahzadi Dr. Saulat Jahan Begum, born 28th February 1920, married Mirza Mahmood Shah, and had issue. She died 18th November 2001.
            • Shahzadi Nuzhat Jahan Begum, born 1920, married and had issue. She died 1997.

              • Malahat Javaid Jah, married her cousin, Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH, present Head of the Mughal Imperial Family, and has issue (see above).



            • Shahzadi Nazakat Jahan Begum, born 1922, eminent Historian, died 2005.



          • Mirza Iqbaluddin, born 1890, married and had issue. He died 1967.

            • Ghayyur Jahan Begum



          • Mirza Nasiruddin, born 1892, died unmarried 1956.

  • Padshah-e Hind BAIDAR BAKHT Kuchak Shah 1788/1790, proclaimed Emperor by Ghulam Qadir Khan in Delhi on 31st July 1788. He was executed in 1790.

  • Padshah-e Hind Moin ad-Din Abu´n Nasr Mohammad AKBAR SHAH II Saheb Qiran-e Sani 1806/1837, born 23rd April 1760 at Makanpur (#4), married 23 wives, including (a) Rahimunnissa [Mumtaz Mahal], died 23rd April 1837 at Delhi, married (b), Kullo Bai, married (c), Faraz Mahal, married (d), Rani Uttam Kumari, married (e), Inayatpuri Bai, and had issue. He died 28th September 1837.

    • Padshah-e Hind Seraj ad-Din ABU'L MUZAFFAR MUHAMMED BAHADUR SHAH II (by Kullo Bai) (qv) 
    • Shahzada Mirza Jahangir, born 1790, Heir Apparent, married and had issue. He died 1821.

      • Agha Begum, married Shahzada Mirza Azizuddin, and had issue (see above).

  • Padshah-e Hind Seraj ad-Din ABU'L MUZAFFAR MUHAMMED BAHADUR SHAH II Zafar (by Lal Bai) 1837/1858, born 24th October 1775 in Delhi, proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 28th September 1827, deposed 29th March 1858, married 60 wives, (amongst others) (a), Ashraf Mahal Begum, married (b), 18th November 1840, Zinat Mahal (daughter of Nawab Shamsher-ud-Daulah), born 1819, died 17th July 1886 in Rangoon, Burma, married (c), Kulsum Zamani Begum, married (d), Nawab Taj Mahal Begum, married (e), Mubarakunnissa, married (f), Rahim Bukhsh Bai, and had issue, 49 children. He died 7th November 1862 in Rangoon, Burma, buried in Yangôn, Burma. 

    • Shahzada Mirza Fateh-ul-Mulk Fakhruddin [Mirza Fakhru] (by Rahim Bukhsh Bai), born 1818, appointed Valiahad in 1853, married (amongst others), (a) (his cousin), Hatim Zamani Begum, daughter of Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH (see below and above), married (b) (his cousin), Shah Zamani Begum, and had issue. He died 1856.

      • Mirza Abubakar, he died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.
      • Mirza Muhammad Farkhanda Jamal (by Shah Zamani Begum), born 1854 in Delhi, married 1stly, Shahzadi Saeeduzzamani, daughter of Mirza Ilahi Bukhsh, she died sp, married 2ndly, Afroz Jahan Begum, and had issue.

        • Mirza Ahmad Shah
        • Mirza Hamid Shah, married and had issue.

          • Shahryar Begum
          • Mirza Azeem Jamal Shah
          • Mirza Intikhab Shah
          • Mirza Khalid Shah
          • Afroze Jehan Begum, married Mirza Shahrukh Sultan, son of Mirza Ahmed Sultan.



        • Sarwar Sultan Begum
        • Humaira Sultan Begum
        • Qamar Sultan Begum [Khatoon Zamani Begum], married and had issue. She died June 1993.



    • Shahzada Mirza Mughal, born 1817, married and had issue. He died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.

      • Mirza Kadir Uddin, born 1845 in Delhi, married and had issue.
      • Mirza Mujahid Uddin, born 1847 in Delhi, married and had issue.

        • Dabir-Uz-Zamani Begum, died 1959 in Karachi, Pakistan.



    • Shahzada Mirza Khwaja, died 1857.
    • Shahzada Mirza Firuz, living 1866.
    • Shahzada Mirza Khizr Sultan, died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.
    • Shahzada Mirza Jawan Bakht (by Zeenat Mahal Begum), born 1842, married Shah Zamani Begum, and had issue. He died 1884 in Rangoon, Burma.

      • Mirza Jamshed Bakht, educated at Yangôn College, married 1stly, circa 1905, a Burmese woman of a local Muslim family, married 2ndly, Nawab Shah Zamani Begum, daughter of Nawab Pyare Mirza of Lucknow, and had issue, three children. He died 1921 at Yangôn.

        • Mirza Sikander Bakht (by the 1st marriage)
        • Mirza Muhammed Bedar Bakht (by 2nd marriage), recognized by the Government of India in 1948, receiving a pension of 400Rs, married Sultana Begum, born 1953, and had issue, one son and five daughters. He died 1980 (#6).

          • Mirza Kamal Bakht



      • Raunaq Zamani Begum, died 3rd April 1930.



    • Shahzada Mirza Kochak Sultan
    • Shahzada Mirza Shah Abbas (by Mubarukunnissa), married a girl from Rangoon, a daughter of a local Muslim merchant.
    • Shahzada Mirza Dara Bakht
    • Shahzada Mirza Shahrukh 
    • Shahzada Mirza Qaish, married and had issue, one son.

      • Mirza Abdullah, married and had issue, one son.

        • Mirza Pyare, married Habib Begum, and had issue.

          • Begum Laila Ummahani

  • Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH [Mirza Hidayat Afza] 1858/1878, born 1809, great grandson of a brother of Farruksiyar (see above), married, and had issue. He died 1878

    • Shahzada Mirza MUHAMMAD SULAIMAN SHAH (by Aabadi Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] (by Aabadi Begum) (qv)
    • Mirza Iqbal Shah (by Aabadi Begum), born 1855, died sp 25th May 1892.
    • Shahzadi Hatim Zamani Begum, married Shahzada Mirza FATEH-ul-MULK MIRZA FAKHRUDDIN (see above). She died sp.
    • Shahzadi Saeeduzzamani Begum (by Khatoon Zamani Begum), married Mirza Muhammad Farkhanda Jamal (see above), died sp.
    • Shahzadi Masiti Begum (by Husaini Begum)
    • Sarwar Sultanzamani [Hatim Zamani] (by Barri Begum)


  • Shahzada Mirza MUHAMMAD SULAIMAN SHAH 1878/1890, born September 1846 in Delhi, married (a), (his cousin) Shaukat Zamani Begum [Mahrukh Zamani Begum], married (b), (his cousin) Munawaruzzamani Begum, married (c), Zakia Sultan Begum, and had issue. He died 1890.

    • Qaisar Jahan Begum (by Shaukat Zamani Begum), born 1882, married (her cousin), Shahzada Mirza Salim Mohammad Shah (see below). She died 1958.
    • Sultan Jahan Begum (by Shaukat Zamani Begum)
    • Mirza Muhammad Sadiq (by a concubine), married and had issue. He died 1922.

      • Mirza Nizamuddin, married Asia Sultan Begum, and had issue.

        • Mirza Farman Shah, married and had issue.

          • Mumtaz Jahan, she married Shahid Baig, and had issue.

            • Salman Shahid




            • Narmeen Shahid



          • Javaid Iqbal
          • Munni
          • Pervaiz Iqbal
          • Ashfaq Ahmad
          • Nyla Tabassum



        • Mirza Rizwan Shah, married and had issue. He died 2008.

          • Feroza Ashraf, married and has issue.

            • Imran Ashraf
            • Mirza Faisal Ashraf
            • Selina Ashraf



          • Khursheed Ashraf, married and has issue.

            • Shanala Ashraf
            • Sabrina Ashraf
            • Yousaf Ashraf



          • Akhlaq Ahmad Taimuri
          • Ilyas Ahmad Taimuri
          • Ayaz Ahmad


  • Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] 1890/1913, born 1853 in Delhi, married 1stly, 1872, Shamsuzzamani Begum, died sp, married 2ndly, (his cousin), Nawabzadi Muniruzzamani Begum, died 1947 at Walton Railway Station whilst migrating from India to Pakistan, daughter of Mirza Firoz Shah, and had issue, as well as further natural issue by Rafaqat Zamani Begum of Tonk. He died 1913.

    • Shahzada Mirza MOHAMMAD SHAH [Salim Mohammad Shah] (by Rafaqat Zamani Begum) (qv)
    • Badshahjahan Begum (by Muniruzzamani Begum), born 1898, married Shahzada Mirza Fayyazuddin, born 1889, died 1950 (see above), and had issue. She died 15th January 1972 in Lahore.
    • Mirza Muhammad Jawan Bukht (by Muniruzzamani Begum), died 1911.
    • Malika Jahan Begum (by Muniruzzamani Begum), married (her cousin), Mirza Ameer Sultan. She died sp Novermber 1918.

  • Shahzada Mirza MOHAMMAD SHAH [Salim Mohammad Shah] 1913/1925, married (his cousin) Qaisar Jahan Begum, daughter of Shahzada Mirza Sulaiman Shah (see above), and had issue. He died 1925.

    • Begum Taimur Jahan, died 1984.


  • Shahzada Mirza KHAIRUDDIN KHURSHID JAH 1925/1975, born 15th October 1914 in Rangmahal, Delhi (#1), Head of the Mughal Royal Family 1925/1975, recognized as such by the Indian Government in 1931, married Nawabzadi Arghwani Begum, born 1923, daughter of Nawabzada Samiullah Khan (died 1949), and had issue. He died 1975.

    • Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza JALALUDDIN MUHAMMAD AKBAR, born 15th September 1947 at the Old Fort, Delhi; a graduate in Engineering, presently working in a Lahore development authority, married Lubna Jalaluddin Akbar, and has issue.

      • Shahzadi Dr. Maliha Akbar
      • Shahzadi Mahvash Akbar, has earned a Master's Degree in English Literature.
      • Shahzada Jahanzeb Akbar, born 22nd May 1985 in Lahore, presently (2006) studying for a Degree in Chartered Accountancy.
      • Shahzada Aurangzeb Akbar, born 22nd January 1987 in Lahore, presently (2006) studying for a Master's Degree in Business Administration.



    • Shahzadi Sabahat Jah
    • Shahzadi Zakawat Jah
    • Shahzadi Fasahat Jah
    • Shahzadi Nabahat Jah

  • Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH (see above)
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1. Biographical Encyclopedia of Pakistan, c1958, p.264
2. "The Golden Book of India"; LETHBRIDGE, Roper, MacMillan & Co., 1893 p. 350
3. Dictionary of Indian Biography  ; Buckland,C.E.  ; London,1906  ; Page 385
4. Dictionary of Indian Biography  ; Buckland,C.E.  ; London,1906  ; Page 302
5. Thierry Stasser, e-mail 21st June 2001
6. Another source says he died in Calcutta in late 1960's.
7. "The eighth section of the series on the mutiny of Delhi", Published for the second time in 1922 by Ibne Arbi. (see The Mutiny In Delhi). Page 24 of 44: "After their murder he (Hodgson) got their heads cut off and presented them to the Badshah saying that "this is your Nazr-gift, which had closed, and to renew it, you had taken part in the rebellion". The Badshah looked on his sons heads, and with surprising composure said "Thanks to Allah, the descendents of Timur always come in front of their fathers in this way." After that, the bodies were hung out in front of the Police Station and the heads were hung on the Khuni Darwaza (Bloody gate). Lord Roberts, who later became the Commander-in-Chief in India and who later died in Europe, was present during the Mutiny. Commenting on the actions of Major Hodgson he wrote "By this act Hodgson ruined his reputation and killed the princes to no purpose." Reference by S.U Tamuri FCA (London), gratefully acknowledged, June 2007.
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I have doubts about this  persistent hatred version, for it appears that the Princess of Amer and Akbar had several children. Please see file:///C:/Users/Shyamala/TVShows/Jodha%20Akbar/MughalGenealogy.htmlI am not  a historian, but this was referred to me by a friend in the IF.Shyamala B.CowsikTanthya wrote:She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
Sorry! but the link doesn't seem to work, Shyamala Ji!
Can u please copy paste the text?
This is interesting read, How authentic is this ??

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Post by Tanthya on 2013-10-04, 14:57

sonshine487 wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:
Tanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:a delightful read!
but me... I feel Jodha is justified in her fears of R*pe!
ROFL ROFL ROFL ROFL 
only think! the guy was having the time of his life in the harem filled with hundreds of willing women
now, he is stuck with only Jodha for God knows how many days on end.
after all, Jodha doesn't know, does she... that faced with sour lemons, poor Jalal's ardour was quite ready to shrivel up and die in utter despair!
She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
if it is so... then this is definitely not the way to go about it
that was Alex Rutherford version
A Rajput princess would never behave the way she is shown in the show...
an ordinary woman would have more gumption
and she is supposed to be a Royal, born and brought up
She can be haughty, hoity-toity, stuck up, spoilt... but never ordinary or petty
It doesn't fadge
WHOA!!!
This is exhaustive...
Thank you, Shyamala Ji!
And yes, at least three children seem to be credited to Jodha/ Heera Kumari
Certainly puts a hamper on the hatred theory
Unless it turns out that the girls were elder ..remember the deal was for Boy.. so having realized the fertility of  Hira, Jalal would  have kept at it  until salim came.. there is a complete stoppage after salim's birth..which is strange considering that  there were no contraceptives then , the next baby comes from  salima ..

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Re: Jodha Akbar 78: Bachao! Bachao!! Jodha Begum ko bachao!!

Post by sashashyam on 2013-10-04, 15:20

There was another theory, I am told, that Murad and Daniyal were both Heer Kunwar's children, but according to the custom prevalent in the Mughal harems then, they were taken away from her soon after birth and given to Salima and another childless begum (Ruqaiya?) to  raise.In the ultimate analysis, who cares? I loved the movie and the serial is not bad. That is it for me!ShyamalaTanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:
Tanthya wrote:She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
if it is so... then this is definitely not the way to go about it
that was Alex Rutherford version
A Rajput princess would never behave the way she is shown in the show...
an ordinary woman would have more gumption
and she is supposed to be a Royal, born and brought up
She can be haughty, hoity-toity, stuck up, spoilt... but never ordinary or petty
It doesn't fadge
WHOA!!!
This is exhaustive...
Thank you, Shyamala Ji!
And yes, at least three children seem to be credited to Jodha/ Heera Kumari
Certainly puts a hamper on the hatred theory
Unless it turns out that the girls were elder ..remember the deal was for Boy.. so having realized the fertility of  Hira, Jalal would  have kept at it  until salim came.. there is a complete stoppage after salim's birth..which is strange considering that  there were no contraceptives then , the next baby comes from  salima ..

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Re: Jodha Akbar 78: Bachao! Bachao!! Jodha Begum ko bachao!!

Post by sonshine487 on 2013-10-04, 15:26

sashashyam wrote:
There was another theory, I am told, that Murad and Daniyal were both Heer Kunwar's children, but according to the custom prevalent in the Mughal harems then, they were taken away from her soon after birth and given to Salima and another childless begum (Ruqaiya?) to  raise.In the ultimate analysis, who cares? I loved the movie and the serial is not bad. That is it for me!ShyamalaTanthya wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:
sonshine487 wrote:if it is so... then this is definitely not the way to go about it
that was Alex Rutherford version
A Rajput princess would never behave the way she is shown in the show...
an ordinary woman would have more gumption
and she is supposed to be a Royal, born and brought up
She can be haughty, hoity-toity, stuck up, spoilt... but never ordinary or petty
It doesn't fadge
WHOA!!!
This is exhaustive...
Thank you, Shyamala Ji!
And yes, at least three children seem to be credited to Jodha/ Heera Kumari
Certainly puts a hamper on the hatred theory
Unless it turns out that the girls were elder ..remember the deal was for Boy.. so having realized the fertility of  Hira, Jalal would  have kept at it  until salim came.. there is a complete stoppage after salim's birth..which is strange considering that  there were no contraceptives then , the next baby comes from  salima ..
strange customs indeed
I think, too much of good living shook up their attics!
As you say, I loved the movie...
and I am loving Rajat in the show
Paridhi is yet to get there... I just don't like her dialogue delivery... too cloyingly sweet a voice! But her expressions are good
And Jodha the character is getting a good beating... she needs to grow up!

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Re: Jodha Akbar 78: Bachao! Bachao!! Jodha Begum ko bachao!!

Post by pollyanna on 2013-10-04, 16:56

Loved the analysis Aunty, needless to say (i think now I should re frame my sentences, am getting bored with saying the same to u) but u really never cease to give us an extraordinary read.Hats off!!!

 I am so much in tandem with u for Jodha's actions....i really felt the CVs are purposely putting her down and thats a cheap way of doing it.

Hope they put a stop to it ASAP.

and thanks a lot for putting that info of the entire lineage of Mughal dynasty....

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Re: Jodha Akbar 78: Bachao! Bachao!! Jodha Begum ko bachao!!

Post by neha on 2013-10-05, 20:22

sashashyam wrote:
Let me try. Here goes. Shyamala B.Cowsik wrote:
DELHI (Mughal Empire)
 
TITLE:  Padshah-e HindCAPITAL: Delhi ANNEXATION: 1st November 1858
STATE: IndiaDYNASTY: MughalRELIGION: Muslim
   
PRESENT HEAD OF HOUSE: Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH, Senior Representative of the Mughal Imperial Family since 1975.
born 16th May 1946 at Rang Mahal, Delhi; married Malahat Javaid Jah, a cousin and daughter of his paternal aunt, Shahzadi Nuzhat Jahan Begum (see below), and has issue.

  • Shahzada Mirza Shahrukh Javaid Jah M.Sc. (Psychology), born 15th April 1978, married 8th August 2008, Bait ul Mukarram, Karachi, Sind in Pakistan, Faiza Zafar, born 16th March 1976 in Karachi, daughter of Mirza Zafar ul-Alam, and his wife, Fazeelat Jehan Begum Sahiba.
  • Shahzada Mirza Furrukh Javaid Jah
  • Shahzada Mirza Ziarukh Javaid Jah
  • Shahzadi Darakhshanda Kashif, married and has issue.

    • Nausherwan Kashif, born 2000.

    • Maha Kashif, born 2004.
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: The Suri Dynasty of usurpers held sway from 1539 to 1555. Rulers were...

  • Padshah ZAHIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD BABER 1526/1530, born 14th February 1483 in Samarqand, married 1stly, March 1500, in Khodjand, Ayesha Sultan Begum, daughter of Sultan Ahmad Mirza and Qataq Begum, married 2ndly, 1503/1504 Zaynab Sultan Begum, died 1506, daughter of Sultan Mahmud Mirza and Khanzada Begum, married 3rdly, 1506, Mahum Begum, daughter of Sheikh Ahmad Jan, she died  1533 at Agra, married 4thly, Gül Rukh Begum, married 5thly, 1507/1508 Masuma Sultan Begum, daughter of Sultan Ahmad Mirza and Habiba Sultan Begum, died 1510, married 6thly, Dildar Aghatcha, married 7thly, 1519, Bibi Mubaraka, daughter of Malik Shah Mansur, died sp, and he had issue. He died 26th December 1530 (#5).

    • Shahzadi Fakhrunissa (by Aycha Sultan Begum), born 1500, died young.
    • Padshah NASIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD HUMAYUM (by Mahum Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada BARBUL (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Mihr Jahan (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Aisha Daulat  (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzadi Gülzar (by Mahum Begum), died young.
    • Shahzada KAMRAM MIRZA  (by Gül Rukh Begum), born 1509/1510, married and had issue. He died 5th October 1557 at Mecca.

      • Shahzada ABDUL QASIM IBRAHIM, executed at Gowaliar.
      • Shahzadi Gülrukh Begum 





    • Shahzada ASKERI MIRZA  (by Gül Rukh Begum), born 1516, died 1557/1558.
    • Shahzadi Masuma Begum (by Masuma Sultan Begum), born 1510, married Muhammad I Zaman Mirza.
    • Shahzadi Gülrukh Begum  (by Dildar Aghatcha), married Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD MIRZA, and had issue.

      • Shahzadi Salima Sultan Begum, married Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (qv)





    • Shahzada ABUNASR MUHAMMAD HINDAL (by Dildar Aghatcha), born March 1519, married and had issue. He died 22nd November 1551.

      • Shahzadi Ruqayya Begum, married Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (qv). She died 1625/1626.





    • Shahzadi Gül Badan (by Dildar Aghatcha), born 1522/1523, married Khizar Khawaja, Governor of Lahore and Bihar. She died 1602/1603. 
    • Shahzada FARUKH (by Dildar Aghatcha), born 2nd August 1526, died 1527/1528.
    • Shahzadi Gülchihre (by Dildar Aghatcha), married Abbas Sultan Uzbek.
    • Shahzadi Gülrung (by Saleha Sultan Begum)
    • Shahzada Mehr Jan, died young.


  • Padshah NASIRUDDIN MUHAMMAD HUMAYUM 1530/1539 and 1555/1556, born 5th March 1508, married 1stly, Haji Begum [Bega Begum], died 1581, married 2ndly, 21st August 1541, Hamida Banu Begum Mariam Makani, born 1525, died 29th August 1604, married 3rdly, Khanim Begum, daughter of Sulayman , Governor of Badakhchan, other wives and concubines were, (d) Chand Bibi, (e) Shad Bibi, (f) Mah-Chehak Begum, (g) Gunwar Bibi, (h) Gul-Barg Barlas, (i) Maywa-Jan and (j) Shahnam Agha. He died 23rd January 1556 at Din Panah, as a result of a fall down the library stairs in response to a call for prayers.

    • Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I (by Hamida Banu Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada AL AMAN, born November 1528.
    • Shahzadi Bakhchi Banu, born 1540, married Ibrahim Mirza.
    • Shahzada HAKIM, born 29th April 1553, died 2nd August 1585.
    • Shahzadi Farrukh Fal, born 1555, died 1555.
    • Shahzadi Fakhrunissa

  • Padshah ABUL FATH JALALUDDIN MUHAMMED AKBAR I 1556/1605, born 14th Ocober 1542 in Amarkot, Sind, India, married 1stly, Ruqayya Begum, (daughter of Shahzada ABUNASR MUHAMMAD HINDAL) died 4th February 1626 at Agra, married 2ndly, Salima Sultan Begum, born 23rd February 1539, died 2nd January 1613 at Agra, (daughter of NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD MIRZA and Gülrukh Begum and widow of Bairum Khan), married 3rdly, 6th February 1562, Heera Kumari [Mariam Zamani], daughter of Raja Bharmal of Amber/Jaipur, died 2nd January 1613, buried at Sikandra. He died 13th October 1605 in Agra, India. (Also married 10 other Rajput princesses. They were from Merta, Bikaner, Jaisalmer, Dungarpur, Jodhpur, Gwaliar and Baghel).

    • Shahzadi Shakrunnissa Begum (by Mariam Zamani)
    • Shahzadi Aram Banu Begum (by Mariam Zamani)
    • Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR (by Mariam Zamani) (qv)
    • Shahzada MURAD, born 1570, married and had issue. He died 1599.

      • Shahzadi Jahan Begum, married Shahzada PARWIZ (qv).





    • Shahzada DANIYAL, born 1572, married Jana Begum, daughter of Khan Khanan. He died 1605.

  • Padshah NURUDDIN MUHAMMAD JAHANGIR [Shehzada Sultan Salim] 1605/1627, born 31st August 1569 in Fatehpur Sikri, India, married 1stly, 1586, Mani Bai [Manbhawati and later Shah Begum], daughter of the Raja Bhagwan Das of Amber, committed suicide 26th May 1604, married 2ndly, 1588 Man Bai, daughter of Udai Singh, Raja of Jodhpur, died 18th April 1619, married 3rdly, 1611 Mihrunissa Begum, born 1577, granted the titles of Nur Mahal in 1611 and Nur Jahan in 1616, (daughter of GHIYASUDDIN ITIMAD-ud-DAULAH), died 18th November 1645, also married the daughter of Raja Jagat Singh, and Sahib Jamal, daughter of Raja Raj Singh I of Bikaner, and had issue. He died 28th October 1627, and is buried at Lahore (now in Pakistan).

    • Shahzadi Sultan al Nissa Begum (by Mani Bai), born 1587, died September 1646.
    • Shahzada KHUSRAU (by Mani Bai), born 1587, died 29th January 1622.
    • Shahzada PARWAIZ (by Sahib Jamal), born 1589, married Jahan Begum, (daughter of Shahzada MURAD), and had issue. He died 1626.

      • Shahzadi Nadera Banu, married 11th February 1633, Shahzada DARA SHIKUH (see below). She died June 1659.





    • Padshah SHAHABUDDIN SHAH JAHAN I (by Man Bai) (qv)
    • Shahzadi Bahar Banu Begum (by Man Bai), died 14th September 1653.
    • Shahzada SHEHARYAR, married April 1621, Ladli, born 1596, (daughter of SHER AFGHAN, killed in battle, and Mihrunissa Begum). He died 2nd February 1628.

  • Padshah SHAHABUDDIN SHAH JAHAN I [Prince Khurram] 1627/1658, born 5th January 1592 in Lahore, India; he was removed from power in June 1658 and formally deposed by his son in August 1658; married 1stly 12th December 1609, Qandahar Mahal Begum, (daughter of MUZAFFAR HUSAIN MIRZA), married 2ndly 10th May 1612, Arjumand Banu Begum Mumtaz Mahal, born 15th April 1593 in Agra, India, (daughter of ABDUL HASAN ASAF KHAN), died 17th June 1631 in Deccan, India, married 3rdly September 1617, daughter of Shahnawaz Khan, and had issue. He died 22nd October 1666 at Agra, India and his body was taken by river to the Taj Mahal and was interred there next to the grave of his beloved wife, Mumtaz Mahal.

    • Shahzadi Parhiz Banu Begum (by Qandahar Mahal Begum), born 22nd August 1611, died after January 1666.
    • Shahzadi Huralnissa Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 30th March 1613, died 14th June 1616.
    • Shahzadi Jahanara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 2nd April 1614 in Ajmer, India, died 6th September 1681.
    • Shahzada DARA SHIKUH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 30th March 1615 in Ajmer, educated under eminent Muslim scholars and trained in the affairs of State, he was appointed, at different times, subahdar of Allahabad, Punjab, Gujarat, Multan and Kabul, granted the mansab of 60,000 zat and 40,000 sowar, he was awarded the title of Shah-i-Buland Iqbal and a seat on a gold throne by the side of the Emperor's throne on 3rd February 1655, married 11th February 1633, Nadera Banu (see above) and had issue. He was put to death on the night of 30th-31st August 1659 in Delhi.

      • Shahzada SULEIMAN SHIKUH, born 15th March 1635, married 14th April 1654, Anup Kanwar, daughter of  of Amar Singh, son of Raja Gaj Singh of Srinagar, and had issue. He died May 1662.

        • Shahzadi Salima Begum, married Padshah MUHAMMAD AKBAR (see below).





      • Shahzada SULTAN MUMTAZ SHIKUH, born 16th August 1643, died 6th December 1647.
      • Shahzada SULTAN SIPIR SHIKUH, born 13th October 1644, married Zubdatunissa, born 1661, (daughter of Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB and Aurangabadi Mahal) died 1707, and had issue.  He died 1707.

        • Shahzada ALI TABAR, born 1676, died 1676.





      • Shahzadi Jahanzeb Begum, married 1668, Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM (see below), and had issue. She died 1705.





    • Shahzada MUHAMMED SULTAN SHAH SHUJA Bahadur (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 3rd July 1616, Mughal Pretender, ruling from Bengal 1657/1660, married 1stly, 4th March 1633, daughter of Mirza Rustam Safawi, died 1634, married 2ndly, February 1639, daughter of Azam Khan, and had issue. He died 1660.

      • Shahzada SULTAN ZAINALDIN MUHAMMAD (by daughter of Azam Khan), born 27th November 1639.
      • Shahzada SULTAN ZAINAL AABDIN (by daughter of Azam Khan), born 20th December 1645.
      • Shahzada SULTAN BULAND AKHTAR, born August 1645.





    • Shahzadi Raushanara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 3rd September 1617 in Burhanpur, India, died 1671.
    • Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB (by Mumtaz Mahal) (qv)
    • Shahzada SULTAN UMMID BAKHSH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 18th December 1619, died circa March 1622.
    • Shahzadi Surayya Banu Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 10th June 1621, died 28th April 1628.
    • Shahzada (name unknown) (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 1622, died 1622.
    • Shahzada SULTAN MURAD BAKSH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 8th September 1624, Mughal Pretender, ruling 1657/1658 from Gujarat, married 18th July 1642, daughter of Shahnawaz Khan Safawi, and had issue. He died 14th December 1661.

      • Shahzada SULTAN MUHAMMAD YAR KHAN, born 12th August 1646.
      • Shahzada IZIAD BAKHSH, married Mihrunissa, born 1661, died 1709, and had issue.

        • Shahzada DAWAR BAKSH, married and had issue.

          • Shahzadi Iffatunissa Begum, married 1stly 6th April 1739, Nasrullah Mirza Afshar, died 1747, married 2ndly, Padshah AHMAD SHAH of Kabul, and had issue.





      • Daughter, married SULTAN MUHAMMAD, (son of AURANGZEB and Nawab Bai, see below).





    • Shahzada SULTAN LUFTALLAH (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 4th November 1626, died 14th May 1628.
    • Shahzada SULTAN DAULAT AFZA (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 9th May 1628, died young.
    • Shahzadi Husnara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 23rd April 1630, died young.
    • Shahzadi Gauhara Begum (by Mumtaz Mahal), born 17th June 1631 in Burhanpur, India, died 1706.
    • Shahzada SULTAN JAHAN AFROZ by daughter of Shahnawaz Khan, born June 1619, died March 1621.


  • Padshah MUHINUDDIN MUHAMMED AURUNGZEB 1658/1707, born 3rd November 1618 in Dhod, Malwa, India, married 1stly, 19th May 1637, Dilras Banu Begum, (daughter of BADIUZZAMAN MIRZA SHAHNAWAZ KHAN), died 18-Oct-1657, married 2ndly, Nawab Raj Bai, daughter of the Raja TAJUDDIN KHAN of Rajauri, married 3rdly, 1652, Hira Bai Zainabadi Mahal, died 1655, married 4thly 1660, Aurangabadi Mahal, married 5thly Udaipuri Mahal.  He died 21st February 1707.

    • Shahzadi Zebunnisa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum), born 15th February 1638 in Khirki, died unmarried 26th May 1702.
    • Shahzadi Zinatunnissa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum), born October 1643, died unmarried 1721, buried Masjid, Delhi.
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM SHAH (by Dilras Banu Begum) (qv) 
    • Shahzadi Mihrunissa Begum (by Dilras Banu Begum)
    • Shahzada MUHAMMAD AKBAR (by Dilras Banu Begum), born 20th September 1657, married (a) Salima Begum, (daughter of Shahzada SULEIMAN SHIKUH and Anup Kanwar), (b) married the daughter of the Raja of Assam, and had issue. He died 1704.

      • Shahzadi Saifunissa Begum (by Salima Begum)
      • Padshah NEKUSIYAR (by Salima Begum), born 1679, died 1723.
      • Shahzada MUHAMMED ASGHARI, married and had issue.

        • Shahzada MIRZA ASGHARI, living 1719.





      • Shahzada BULAND AKHTAR, died 1706.





    • Shahzada SULTAN MUHAMMAD (by Nawab Bai), born 29th December 1639, married (a) daughter of Shahzada SULTAN MURAD BAKSH and the daughter of Shahnawaz Khan Safawi, married (b) 13th April 1656 daughter of Qutb al Mulk , Sultan of Golconda. He died 1677.
    • Padshah MU'AZZAM BAHADUR SHAH I (by Nawab Raj Bai) (qv)
    • Shahzadi Badrunnissa Begum (by Nawab Raj Bai)
    • Shahzadi Zubdatunissa (by Aurangabadi Mahal), born 1661, married Shahzada SULTAN SIPIR SHIKUH (see above). She died 1707.
    • Shahzada KAM BAKSH (by Udaipuri Mahal), born 1667, married and had issue. He died 1709.

      • Shahzada FIRUZMAND, died 1709.
      • Shahzada MUHIUSSUNNAT, born 1690, married and had issue. He died 1747/1749

        • Padshah MUHIULMILLAT SHAH JEHAN III  (qv)

  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZAM SHAH 1707 (February to June), born 20th July 1653, married 1668, Jahanzeb Begum, (daughter of Shahzada DARA SHIKUH and Nadera Banu) died 1705, and had issue. He died 13th June 1707.

    • Shahzada BEDAR BAKHT (mother was the sister of Sikander Khan, Rajah of Bijapur), married and had issue.

      • Shahzada BIDAR DIL 
      • Shahzada SAID BAKHT
      • Shahzada FIRUZ BAKHT
      • Shahzada DINDAR DIL
      • Shahzada HAYATULLAH





    • Shahzada WALA JAH, full brother of Bedar Bakht. He died 1707.
    • Shahzada JAWAN BAKHT 
    • Shahzada ALI TABAR, died 1734.
    • Shahzada SIKANDER SHAH 
    • Shahzada WALA SHAH
    • Shahzada ZI JAH

  • Padshah MU'AZZAM BAHADUR SHAH I 1707/1712, born 14th October 1643 in Burhanpur, India, married and had issue. He died 27th February 1712 in Lahore, India.

    • Padshah MUHAMMAD JAHANDAR SHAH (by Nizam Bai) (qv)
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZIMUSHAN (qv)
    • Shahzada RAFIUL QADR RAFIUSHAN (by Nurunnissa), born 1671, married (a), Dilruba, married (b), Zakiatunnissa, married (c), Fakhrunnissa [Qudsia Begum], and had issue. He was killed in 1712.

      • Padshah SHAH JAHAN II (by Dilruba) (qv) 
      • Shahzada RAFIUDDAULA, born 1698, died 1719/1720.
      • Padshah RAFIUDDARJAT (qv)





    • Shahzada KHUJISTA AKHTAR JEHAN SHAH, born 1673, married and had issue. He died 1712.

      • Shahzada FARKHUNDA AKHTAR, killed in 1712 at Lahore.
      • Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH (qv)





    • Shahzada BULAND AKHTAR (by Qudsia Begum), died 1732.

  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AZIMUSHAN 1712, born 1664, married 1678, Baijas Kaur, died 1721, daughter of Rajkumar Kirat Singh of Amber, and had issue. He was killed in 1712.

    • Shahzada MUHAMMAD KARIM Mirza (by Baijas Kaur), born 1680, married and had issue. He died 1712.

      • Shahzadi Karimatunissa, died 1727.





    • Padshah Muhammad Ruhulquds FARRUKHSIAR (by Baijas Kaur) (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza Humayun Bakht, born 1677, married and had issue. He died 1744.

      • Mirza Izzat Afza, married Umdatuzzamani [Baiga Begum], daughter of Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II (see below), and had issue. He died 1788.

        • Mirza Shujaat Afza (by Umdatuzzamani), married and had issue.

          • Mirza Hidayat Afza [Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH] (see below)


  • Padshah MUHAMMAD JAHANDAR SHAH 1712/1713, born 9th May 1661, married 1stly, Saeeduzzamani, daughter of Rustum Safavi, married 2ndly, Anup Bai, married 3rdly, Lal Kanwar, and had issue. He was killed in 1713.

    • Shahzada Mirza AZZUDDIN, born 1691, died 1744. 
    • Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza IZZUDDIN, died 1738.

  • Padshah FARRUKHSIAR 1713/1719, born at Aurangabad in the Deccan on 11th September 1683, he defeated Jahandar Shah, who had succeeded Bahadur Shah, on 10 January 1713, after a hard-fought battle at Samugarh near Agra. He was eventually deposed and blinded by his own men with needles pressed into his eyes on 28th February 1719, married (amongst others) (a) Fakhrunnissa, daughter of Sadat Khan, married (b), September 1715, Maharajkumari Indra Kunwar, daughter of Maharaja Ajit Singh of Jodhpur, married (c), 3rd July 1717, Rajkumari Bhup Devi, daughter of Raja JAYA SINGH of Kashtwar, and had issue. He was choked to death on the night of 27th and 28th April 1719.

    • Shahzadi Malika Uzzamani [Badshah Begum] (by Indra Kunwar), Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH (see below). She died 1778.

  • Padshah RAFIUDDARJAT 1719, born 1699, died 1719/1720.

  • Padshah SHAH JAHAN II 1719, born 1696, died 1746/1748. 

  • Padshah NEKUSIYAR 1719, born 1679, died 1723.

  • Padshah ROSHAN AKHTAR MUHAMMED SHAH 1719/1748, born 1702, married Shahzadi Malika Uzzamani [Badshah Begum] (see above), died 1778, and had issue. He died 15th April 1748.

    • Padshah AHMAD SHAH (qv)
    • Daughter, married Padshah AHMAD SHAH DURRANI, King of Kabul, Herat, Qandahar and Peshawar, born 1722, died 16th October 1773.
    • Shahzadi Ammatuz Zehra [Bahu Begum Saheba], married Nawab Wazir ul-Mamalik Mirza Jalaluddin Haidar SHUJA UD DAWLA of Oudh.

  • Padshah AHMAD SHAH 1748/1754, born 1727, proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 29th April 1748, deposed 2nd June 1754, married Gauhar Afroz Bano, and had issue. He died 8th October 1774 at Delhi.

    • Padshah BAIDAR BAKHT Kuchak Shah (qv)


  • Padshah MUHAMMAD AIZUDDIN ALAMGIR II 1754/1759, born 16th Jun 1699 in Multan, India; proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 2nd June 1754, married (a), Bilal Kunwar, married (b), Zeenat Mahal, married (c), Azizabadi Mahal, married (d), Faiz Bakht, married (e), Latifa, marrried (f), September 1758, (his cousin) Zinat Afroz Banu Befum, married (g), Aurangabadi, and had issue. He was killed 29th November 1759 near Delhi, India.

    • Padshah ALI GAUHAR SHAH ALAM II (qv)
    • Umdatuzzamani [Baiga Begum], married Mirza Izzat Afza, died 1788, son of Shahzada Mirza Humayun Bakht (see above), and had issue.


  • Padshah MUHIULMILLAT SHAH JAHAN III 1759/1760, installed as Emperor of Delhi on 29th November 1759, deposed 9th October 1760.

  • Padshah-e Hind Jalal ad-Din Abu´l Mozaffar Mohammad ALI GAUHAR SHAH ALAM II 1759/1788 and 1789/1806, born 15th June 1728 (#3), proclaimed Emperor of Delhi at Ghtauli on 24th December 1759, deposed and blinded 4th August 1788, re-installed 7th February 1789, married 27 wives, including (a), Taj Mahal Begum, married (b), Jamilunnissa, a Mughal Princess, descended from Padshah Bahadur Shah I, married (c), Mubarak Mahal [Qudsia Begum], died 15th February 1816 at Delhi,  married (d), Nurunnissa Begum, married (e), Aziaza [Malika e-Alam], married (f), Jamiatunnissa, married (g), Raushan Bai, and had issue. He died 10th November 1806.

    • Shahzada Mirza Jahandar Shah, born 1750, married and had issue. He died 1st June 1788.

      • Shahzada Mirza Ali Qadr, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Muhammed Mohsam Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 234Rs per mensem.





      • Shahzada Mirza Haji Shigufta Bakht, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Salimuddin Bakht, born 1790, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Masud Bakht, married and had issue.

            • Mirza Rahimuddin Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 208Rs per mensem.





      • Shahzada Mirza Muazzam Shah Khurram Bakht, married and had issue.

        • Mirza Mahmud Jan Rayazuddin, born 1790, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Muhammed Syed Bakht [alias Piyari Saheb], in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 649Rs per mensem; living in Benares, India around 1892 (#2).
          • Mirza Faiyazuddin, a Poet.





        • Mirza Zafar Bakht, born 1792, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Muzaffar Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 192Rs per mensem.
          • Mirza Nadir Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 192Rs per mensem.





        • Mirza Abdul Latif, married and had issue.

          • Mirza Mauzuddin Bakht, in 1877 he was in receipt of a pension amounting to 307Rs per mensem.





    • Padshah-e Hind AKBAR SHAH II (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza SULEIMAN SHIKOH, married and had issue. He died 1838.

      • Mirza ANJAN SHIKOH, married Susan Gardner, daughter of Alan Gardner and Bibi Sahiba Hinga Begum.
      • Shahzadi Mulka Hamani Begum, married (as his second wife), William James Gardner, (brother of Alan Gardner), and had issue.





    • Shahzada Mirza EZAD BAKHSH, died after 1st October 1809.
    • Shahzada Mirza Muazzam Bakht (by Raushan Bai), married and had issue.

      • Shahzada Mirza Azizuddin, a poet under the name of Saroor, married Agha Begum, daughter of Mirza Jahangir, Heir Apparent, son of Padshah Akbar Shah II, and had issue. He was hanged by the British on Delhi Gate in 1857 along with six other Mughal Princes.

        • Shahzada Mirza Kabiruddin (by Agha Begum), married Barkat Zamani Begum, and had issue.

          • Shahzada Mirza Fayyazuddin (by Barkat Zamani Begum), born 1889, married Badshah Jahan Begum, born 1898, died 15th January 1972 in Lahore, daughter of Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] (below), and had issue. He died 1950.

            • Shahzada Mirza KHAIRUDDIN KHURSHID JAH (qv)
            • Shahzadi Izzat Jahan Begum, born 1916, died 2005.
            • Shahzadi Dr. Saulat Jahan Begum, born 28th February 1920, married Mirza Mahmood Shah, and had issue. She died 18th November 2001.
            • Shahzadi Nuzhat Jahan Begum, born 1920, married and had issue. She died 1997.

              • Malahat Javaid Jah, married her cousin, Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH, present Head of the Mughal Imperial Family, and has issue (see above).





            • Shahzadi Nazakat Jahan Begum, born 1922, eminent Historian, died 2005.





          • Mirza Iqbaluddin, born 1890, married and had issue. He died 1967.

            • Ghayyur Jahan Begum





          • Mirza Nasiruddin, born 1892, died unmarried 1956.

  • Padshah-e Hind BAIDAR BAKHT Kuchak Shah 1788/1790, proclaimed Emperor by Ghulam Qadir Khan in Delhi on 31st July 1788. He was executed in 1790.

  • Padshah-e Hind Moin ad-Din Abu´n Nasr Mohammad AKBAR SHAH II Saheb Qiran-e Sani 1806/1837, born 23rd April 1760 at Makanpur (#4), married 23 wives, including (a) Rahimunnissa [Mumtaz Mahal], died 23rd April 1837 at Delhi, married (b), Kullo Bai, married (c), Faraz Mahal, married (d), Rani Uttam Kumari, married (e), Inayatpuri Bai, and had issue. He died 28th September 1837.

    • Padshah-e Hind Seraj ad-Din ABU'L MUZAFFAR MUHAMMED BAHADUR SHAH II (by Kullo Bai) (qv) 
    • Shahzada Mirza Jahangir, born 1790, Heir Apparent, married and had issue. He died 1821.

      • Agha Begum, married Shahzada Mirza Azizuddin, and had issue (see above).

  • Padshah-e Hind Seraj ad-Din ABU'L MUZAFFAR MUHAMMED BAHADUR SHAH II Zafar (by Lal Bai) 1837/1858, born 24th October 1775 in Delhi, proclaimed Emperor of Delhi on 28th September 1827, deposed 29th March 1858, married 60 wives, (amongst others) (a), Ashraf Mahal Begum, married (b), 18th November 1840, Zinat Mahal (daughter of Nawab Shamsher-ud-Daulah), born 1819, died 17th July 1886 in Rangoon, Burma, married (c), Kulsum Zamani Begum, married (d), Nawab Taj Mahal Begum, married (e), Mubarakunnissa, married (f), Rahim Bukhsh Bai, and had issue, 49 children. He died 7th November 1862 in Rangoon, Burma, buried in Yangôn, Burma. 

    • Shahzada Mirza Fateh-ul-Mulk Fakhruddin [Mirza Fakhru] (by Rahim Bukhsh Bai), born 1818, appointed Valiahad in 1853, married (amongst others), (a) (his cousin), Hatim Zamani Begum, daughter of Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH (see below and above), married (b) (his cousin), Shah Zamani Begum, and had issue. He died 1856.

      • Mirza Abubakar, he died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.
      • Mirza Muhammad Farkhanda Jamal (by Shah Zamani Begum), born 1854 in Delhi, married 1stly, Shahzadi Saeeduzzamani, daughter of Mirza Ilahi Bukhsh, she died sp, married 2ndly, Afroz Jahan Begum, and had issue.

        • Mirza Ahmad Shah
        • Mirza Hamid Shah, married and had issue.

          • Shahryar Begum
          • Mirza Azeem Jamal Shah
          • Mirza Intikhab Shah
          • Mirza Khalid Shah
          • Afroze Jehan Begum, married Mirza Shahrukh Sultan, son of Mirza Ahmed Sultan.





        • Sarwar Sultan Begum
        • Humaira Sultan Begum
        • Qamar Sultan Begum [Khatoon Zamani Begum], married and had issue. She died June 1993.





    • Shahzada Mirza Mughal, born 1817, married and had issue. He died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.

      • Mirza Kadir Uddin, born 1845 in Delhi, married and had issue.
      • Mirza Mujahid Uddin, born 1847 in Delhi, married and had issue.

        • Dabir-Uz-Zamani Begum, died 1959 in Karachi, Pakistan.





    • Shahzada Mirza Khwaja, died 1857.
    • Shahzada Mirza Firuz, living 1866.
    • Shahzada Mirza Khizr Sultan, died 22nd September 1857 (#7), shot to death by Major Hodgson, then beheaded and hanged.
    • Shahzada Mirza Jawan Bakht (by Zeenat Mahal Begum), born 1842, married Shah Zamani Begum, and had issue. He died 1884 in Rangoon, Burma.

      • Mirza Jamshed Bakht, educated at Yangôn College, married 1stly, circa 1905, a Burmese woman of a local Muslim family, married 2ndly, Nawab Shah Zamani Begum, daughter of Nawab Pyare Mirza of Lucknow, and had issue, three children. He died 1921 at Yangôn.

        • Mirza Sikander Bakht (by the 1st marriage)
        • Mirza Muhammed Bedar Bakht (by 2nd marriage), recognized by the Government of India in 1948, receiving a pension of 400Rs, married Sultana Begum, born 1953, and had issue, one son and five daughters. He died 1980 (#6).

          • Mirza Kamal Bakht





      • Raunaq Zamani Begum, died 3rd April 1930.





    • Shahzada Mirza Kochak Sultan
    • Shahzada Mirza Shah Abbas (by Mubarukunnissa), married a girl from Rangoon, a daughter of a local Muslim merchant.
    • Shahzada Mirza Dara Bakht
    • Shahzada Mirza Shahrukh 
    • Shahzada Mirza Qaish, married and had issue, one son.

      • Mirza Abdullah, married and had issue, one son.

        • Mirza Pyare, married Habib Begum, and had issue.

          • Begum Laila Ummahani

  • Shahzada Mirza ILAHI BUKHSH [Mirza Hidayat Afza] 1858/1878, born 1809, great grandson of a brother of Farruksiyar (see above), married, and had issue. He died 1878

    • Shahzada Mirza MUHAMMAD SULAIMAN SHAH (by Aabadi Begum) (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] (by Aabadi Begum) (qv)
    • Mirza Iqbal Shah (by Aabadi Begum), born 1855, died sp 25th May 1892.
    • Shahzadi Hatim Zamani Begum, married Shahzada Mirza FATEH-ul-MULK MIRZA FAKHRUDDIN (see above). She died sp.
    • Shahzadi Saeeduzzamani Begum (by Khatoon Zamani Begum), married Mirza Muhammad Farkhanda Jamal (see above), died sp.
    • Shahzadi Masiti Begum (by Husaini Begum)
    • Sarwar Sultanzamani [Hatim Zamani] (by Barri Begum)


  • Shahzada Mirza MUHAMMAD SULAIMAN SHAH 1878/1890, born September 1846 in Delhi, married (a), (his cousin) Shaukat Zamani Begum [Mahrukh Zamani Begum], married (b), (his cousin) Munawaruzzamani Begum, married (c), Zakia Sultan Begum, and had issue. He died 1890.

    • Qaisar Jahan Begum (by Shaukat Zamani Begum), born 1882, married (her cousin), Shahzada Mirza Salim Mohammad Shah (see below). She died 1958.
    • Sultan Jahan Begum (by Shaukat Zamani Begum)
    • Mirza Muhammad Sadiq (by a concubine), married and had issue. He died 1922.

      • Mirza Nizamuddin, married Asia Sultan Begum, and had issue.

        • Mirza Farman Shah, married and had issue.

          • Mumtaz Jahan, she married Shahid Baig, and had issue.

            • Salman Shahid






            • Narmeen Shahid





          • Javaid Iqbal
          • Munni
          • Pervaiz Iqbal
          • Ashfaq Ahmad
          • Nyla Tabassum





        • Mirza Rizwan Shah, married and had issue. He died 2008.

          • Feroza Ashraf, married and has issue.

            • Imran Ashraf
            • Mirza Faisal Ashraf
            • Selina Ashraf





          • Khursheed Ashraf, married and has issue.

            • Shanala Ashraf
            • Sabrina Ashraf
            • Yousaf Ashraf





          • Akhlaq Ahmad Taimuri
          • Ilyas Ahmad Taimuri
          • Ayaz Ahmad


  • Shahzada Mirza SURAYYA JAH [Kaiwan Shah] 1890/1913, born 1853 in Delhi, married 1stly, 1872, Shamsuzzamani Begum, died sp, married 2ndly, (his cousin), Nawabzadi Muniruzzamani Begum, died 1947 at Walton Railway Station whilst migrating from India to Pakistan, daughter of Mirza Firoz Shah, and had issue, as well as further natural issue by Rafaqat Zamani Begum of Tonk. He died 1913.

    • Shahzada Mirza MOHAMMAD SHAH [Salim Mohammad Shah] (by Rafaqat Zamani Begum) (qv)
    • Badshahjahan Begum (by Muniruzzamani Begum), born 1898, married Shahzada Mirza Fayyazuddin, born 1889, died 1950 (see above), and had issue. She died 15th January 1972 in Lahore.
    • Mirza Muhammad Jawan Bukht (by Muniruzzamani Begum), died 1911.
    • Malika Jahan Begum (by Muniruzzamani Begum), married (her cousin), Mirza Ameer Sultan. She died sp Novermber 1918.

  • Shahzada Mirza MOHAMMAD SHAH [Salim Mohammad Shah] 1913/1925, married (his cousin) Qaisar Jahan Begum, daughter of Shahzada Mirza Sulaiman Shah (see above), and had issue. He died 1925.

    • Begum Taimur Jahan, died 1984.


  • Shahzada Mirza KHAIRUDDIN KHURSHID JAH 1925/1975, born 15th October 1914 in Rangmahal, Delhi (#1), Head of the Mughal Royal Family 1925/1975, recognized as such by the Indian Government in 1931, married Nawabzadi Arghwani Begum, born 1923, daughter of Nawabzada Samiullah Khan (died 1949), and had issue. He died 1975.

    • Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH (qv)
    • Shahzada Mirza JALALUDDIN MUHAMMAD AKBAR, born 15th September 1947 at the Old Fort, Delhi; a graduate in Engineering, presently working in a Lahore development authority, married Lubna Jalaluddin Akbar, and has issue.

      • Shahzadi Dr. Maliha Akbar
      • Shahzadi Mahvash Akbar, has earned a Master's Degree in English Literature.
      • Shahzada Jahanzeb Akbar, born 22nd May 1985 in Lahore, presently (2006) studying for a Degree in Chartered Accountancy.
      • Shahzada Aurangzeb Akbar, born 22nd January 1987 in Lahore, presently (2006) studying for a Master's Degree in Business Administration.





    • Shahzadi Sabahat Jah
    • Shahzadi Zakawat Jah
    • Shahzadi Fasahat Jah
    • Shahzadi Nabahat Jah

  • Shahzada Mirza GHULAM MOINUDDIN JAVAID JAH (see above)
The help of Shahzada Mirza Jalaluddin Muhammad Akbar is gratefully acknowledged, March-April, 2006.
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1. Biographical Encyclopedia of Pakistan, c1958, p.264
2. "The Golden Book of India"; LETHBRIDGE, Roper, MacMillan & Co., 1893 p. 350
3. Dictionary of Indian Biography  ; Buckland,C.E.  ; London,1906  ; Page 385
4. Dictionary of Indian Biography  ; Buckland,C.E.  ; London,1906  ; Page 302
5. Thierry Stasser, e-mail 21st June 2001
6. Another source says he died in Calcutta in late 1960's.
7. "The eighth section of the series on the mutiny of Delhi", Published for the second time in 1922 by Ibne Arbi. (see The Mutiny In Delhi). Page 24 of 44: "After their murder he (Hodgson) got their heads cut off and presented them to the Badshah saying that "this is your Nazr-gift, which had closed, and to renew it, you had taken part in the rebellion". The Badshah looked on his sons heads, and with surprising composure said "Thanks to Allah, the descendents of Timur always come in front of their fathers in this way." After that, the bodies were hung out in front of the Police Station and the heads were hung on the Khuni Darwaza (Bloody gate). Lord Roberts, who later became the Commander-in-Chief in India and who later died in Europe, was present during the Mutiny. Commenting on the actions of Major Hodgson he wrote "By this act Hodgson ruined his reputation and killed the princes to no purpose." Reference by S.U Tamuri FCA (London), gratefully acknowledged, June 2007.
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sashashyam wrote:
I have doubts about this  persistent hatred version, for it appears that the Princess of Amer and Akbar had several children. Please see file:///C:/Users/Shyamala/TVShows/Jodha%20Akbar/MughalGenealogy.htmlI am not  a historian, but this was referred to me by a friend in the IF.Shyamala B.CowsikTanthya wrote:She would have been justified had he shown any amorous inclination ... I am thinking that Ekta is mixing up two versions here .. The one documented part where Jalal strikes a deal with  the  Rajput princess that he will leave her alone if she gives him a son, not having any option , the princess agrees and mercifully Salim is born, who is soon after taken away from the princess for Jalal fears that the Rajput princess may inculcate the same hatred  in salim too * yes, she hated and till her last day hated the Mughl's and Muslims and was a fanatic *..what we are seeing might be the pale version of that hatred which will soon be  changed  bec of the saintliness of Jalal.
Sorry! but the link doesn't seem to work, Shyamala Ji!
Can u please copy paste the text?
I found another link which says Salim n Daniyal as their children. here it goes 
http://www.royalark.net/India4/delhi4.htm

1556 - 1605  H.M. Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Imam-i-'Adil, Sultan ul-Islam Kaffatt ul-Anam, Amir ul-Mu'minin, Khalifat ul-Muta'ali Abu'l-Fath Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar I Sahib-i-Zaman, Padshah Ghazi Zillu'llah ['Arsh-Ashyani], Emperor of India. b. at the Fort of Umarkot, Sind, 23rd November 1542, and named Badr ud-din Muhammad Akbar (his birthdate was officially changed to 15th October and he was renamed Jalal ud-din Muhammad Akbar), second son of H.M. Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Jam-i-Sultanat-i-haqiqi wa Majazi, Sayyid al-Salatin, Abu'l Muzaffar Nasir ud-din Muhammad Humayun II Padshah Ghazi, Zillu'llah, Emperor of India, by his wife, Hamida Banu Begum Sahiba, daughter of Shaikh 'Ali Akbar Jami [Mir Baba Dost], illiterate.Subadar of Ghazni 1551-1555, and Lahore 1555-1556. Appointed as Heir Apparent by his father, June 1555. Succeeded on the death of his father, 27th January 1556 o.s. Proclaimed as Emperor by his guardian, Bairam Khan, and ascended the musnaid at the Takht-i-Akbari, in the Imperial Camp near Kalanaur, Gurdaspur, Punjab, 14th February 1556. At his accession the Mughal power extended over Delhi, Agra, parts of the Punjab, Kabul and Kandahar, but was challenged on all fronts. Delhi and Agra were lost almost immediately, but Akbar soon consolidated his position at the Second Battle of Panipat, where he defeated Muhammad Adil Shah and his Chief Minister Hemchandra (Hemu), 5th November 1556. He then established control over Bihar and Bengal, and went on to conquer Gondwana 1564, Chttor 1567, Gujarat 1573, Kabul 1581, Kashmir 1586, Sind 1591, Baluchisthan, Kandahar 1595, and Ahmednagar 1597. Marriage alliances and the family relationships established through them, ensured the loyalty of the most influential Rajput princes. Prorogued the 'Ibadat Khana' or Council of Religion to examine the advantages and drawbacks of all religions, 1575. As a result of these deliberations he established his own religion, known as 'Din-i-Ilahi', which drew its principals of universal peace and tolerance from several different existing religions. Despite his own illiteracy, he became a great patron of the arts, learning and scholarship, ammassed a large library from which he received daily readings and then discussed religion and literature with them. m. (first) at Ghazni, 1552, his cousin, Shahzadi Ruqiya Sultan Begum Sahiba (b. 1542; d.s.p. at Agra, 5th February1626 n.s. (bur. Kabul), daughter of his paternal uncle, Shahzada ‘Abu Nasir Muhammad Hindal Mirza. m. (second) 1556, a daughter of Jamal Khan, of Mewat. m. (third) at Mankot, 1557, a daughter of ‘Abdu’llah Khan Mughal. m. (fourth) before 11th September 1561 o.s., Salima Sultan Begum Sahiba (b. 23rd February 1539; d. at Delhi, 27th December 1612 n.s. (bur. in the Mandarkar Garden, Agra), widow of Waqil us-Sultanat, Yar Wafadar, Baradur Neku-siyar, Farzand-i-Sa‘adatmand, Nawab Bairam Khan Bahadur, Khan-i-Khanan [Khan Baba], sometime Vicegerent of the Empire, and daughter of Khwaja Nur ud-din Muhammad Mirza [Sayyid Amir], by his wife, Shahzadi Gul Barg Begum Sahiba, daughter of Al-Sultan al-’Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram Zahir ud-din Muhammad Jalal ud-din Babur Padshah Ghazi, Emperor of India. m. (fifth) at Sambhar, 6th February 1562, Wali Nimat, Hamida Banu Mariam uz-Zamani Begum Sahiba (d. at Agram, 19th May 1623 n.s., bur. Rauza Mariam, Sikandara), née Rajkumari Hira Kunwari Sahiba, alias Harkha Bai, eldest daughter of Raja Bihari Mal, Raja of Amber. m. (sixth) at Nagaur, 1562, Maharajkumari Shri Nathi Bai Sahiba, daughter of Maharajadhiraj Parama Bhattarak Shri Maharawal Ji Bairi Hariraj Singh Dev Bahadur, Yadukul Chandrawhal, Bijaimand, Maharaja of Jaisalmer. m. (seventh) before 21st August 1563 n.s., the former wife of ‘Abdu’l-Wasi. m. (eighth) near Mandu, September 1564, a daughter of Miran Mubaraq Shah Faruqi II, King of Khandesh. m. (ninth) a daughter of Fadan Khan. m. (tenth) 1569, a daughter of Sultan Muhammad Nasir ud-din Husain Shah [Hosaina Shaha] Ghazi, Sultan of Kashmir. m. (eleventh) 1570 (div.), Sindh Begum Sahiba (d.s.p.), daughter of Mirza Muhammad Baqi Tarkhan of Thatta, Sind. m. (twelfth) at Nagaur, 16thNovember 1570, Baiji Lal Raj Kanwari Sahiba, daughter of Kunwar Shri Kanho [Kanhaji], of Bikaner, and niece of Rao Shri Kalyan Mal, Rao of Bikaner. m. (thirteenth) at Nagaur, 16th November 1570, Baiji Lal Bhanumati Kanwari Sahiba, daughter of Kanwar Sri Bhim Rajji, Gai Bhum ra Bahru, of Bikaner. m. (fourteenth) ca. 1572, a daughter of Nahar Das Isar Das. m. (fifteenth) 1573, a daughter of Raja Shri Jai Chand, of Nagaur. m. (sixteenth) at Fatehpur Sikri, 1575, Kasima Banu Begum Sahiba, daughter of Arab Shah. m. (seventeenth) 1577, a daughter of Maharawal Shri Askaran Sahib Bahadur, Maharawal of Dungarpur. m. (eighteenth) ca. 1581, Rajkumari Shri Rukmawati Baiji Lall Sahiba [Jodh Bibi] (d.s.p. before 30th May 1623, bur. Bihishtabad Sikandara, near Agra), daughter of Rao Shri Mal Deoji, Rao of Marwar, by his paswan, Tipu. m. (nineteenth) 1581, a daughter of Raja Shri Kesho Das Rathore, of Merta. m. (twentieth) at Lahore, 1594, a daughter of Qazi ‘Isa, of Qazwin. m. (twenty-first) before 1597, a daughter of Nasir Khan. m. (twenty-second) 1597, a daughter of Sri Sri Maharaja Lakshmi Narayan Bhup Bahadur, Raja of Cooch Behar. m. (twenty-third) Gauhar Khanum, a sister of Shaikh Jamal Bakht Bahaduriyar. m. (twenty-fourth) Tara Begum Sahiba, who built the Tara Bagh at Agra. m. (twenty-fifth) Tauti Begum Sahiba, who built the Tota Bagh and Tota ka Tal in Agra. m. (twenty-sixth) a daughter of Hasan Khan of Merta. m. (twenty-seventh?) a maternal niece of Jodhaji Soda, of Nawanagar (d. after 1608). m. (twenty-eighth?) Manbhaoti Begum (a concubine?), who built a garden at Agra. m. (twenty-ninth?) Abdar Begum Sahiba (a concubine?). m. (thirtieth?) Achanak Begum (a concubine?), who built the garden of Achanak Bagh, on the banks of the Jamuna river, at Agra. m. (a) Bibi Pungrai. m. (b) 1564, Bibi Aram Bakhsh. m. (c) Bibi Salima Sultana (d. at Lahore, 23rd May 1599). m. (d) Bibi Khaira. m. (e) Bibi Maryam (d. at Lahore, 1596). m. (f) Bibi Daulat Shad. m. (g) Bibi Naun. m. (h) at Srinagar, October 1592, a daughter of Shams Chak, of Kashmir.(Emperor Akbar. m. 12 Rajput princesses in total). He d. from the effects of slow poisoning, at the Daulatkhana, Fathabad (Fatehpur Sikri), Akbarabad (Agra), 27th October 1605 n.s. (bur. Bihishtabad Sikandara, near Agra), having had issue, six sons and six daughters:


  • 1) Shahzada Hasan Mirza. b. 19th October 1564 (twin with his brother Husain) (s/o Bibi Aram Bakhsh). He d. 5th November 1564.

  • 2) Shahzada Husain Mirza. b. 19th October 1564 (twin with his brother Husain) (s/o Bibi Aram Bakhsh). He d. 29th October 1564.

  • 3) Malik ul-Mulk, Shahzada Sultan Salim Bahadur, who succeeded as H.M. Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Khushru-i-Giti Panah, Abu'l-Fath Nur ud-din Muhammad Jahangir Padshah, Emperor of India (s/o Mariam uz-Zamani) - see below.

  • 4) Shahzada Sultan Murad Mirza. b. in the house of the saint Shaikh Salim Chishti, at Fathabad (Fatehpur Sikri), Akbarabad (Agra), 7th June 1570 (s/o Salima Sultana), educ. by Jesuits. Appointed to an Imperial mansab of 8,000. m. (first) a daughter of Bahadur, and granddaughter of Raja 'Ali Khan Faruqi, Raja of Khandesh. m. (second) at Lahore, 15th May 1587, Habiba Banu Begum Sahiba, daughter of Khan-i-Azam, Mirza Aziz Koka, sometime Subadar of Gujarat, Bengal and Malwa. m. (a) a Rajput princess. m. (b) another Rajput princess. He d. from drink, at Jalnapur, Deccan, 12th May 1599 (bur. Mausoleum of Emperor Humayun, Nizampur, Delhi), having had issue, two sons and one daughter:


    • a) Shahzada Rustam Mirza . b. at Lahore, 27th August 1588 (s/o Habiba Banu Begum). He d. at Lahore, 9th December 1597.
    • b) Shahzada Alam Mirza. b. at Lahore, ca. 4th November 1590 (s/o Habiba Banu Begum).
    • a) Shahzadi Iffat Jahan Banu Begum Sahiba.  Copyright© Christopher Buyers




  • 5) Shahzada Sultan Danial Mirza. b. at the house of Shaikh Danial, Ajmer, 11th September 1572 (s/o Mariam uz-Zamani). Subadar of the Deccan 21st April 1601 to April 1604. Appointed to an Imperial mansab of 7,000. m. (first) at Lahore, 9th June 1586, a daughter of Sultan Khwaja 'Abdu'l-Azim Naqshabandi. m. (second) 1594, a daughter (d. at Gwalior, 1599) of Qulij Khan Andajani, sometimeSubadar of Kabul, Punjab, Gujarat and Afghanistan. m. (third) at Lahore, 2nd October 1595, a granddaughter of Rao Mal Deoji Sahib, Rao of Marwar, and daughter of Kanwar Rai Mal Sahib. m. (fourth) 1599, Janan Begum Sahiba [Jani Begum] (d. after March 1621), daughter of Wakil us-Sultanat, Khan-i-Khanan, Amir ud-Daula, Nawab Mirza 'Abdu'r Rahim Khan, sometime Subadar of Gujarat. m. (fifth) a daughter of Raja Dalpat, of Ujjain. m. (sixth) (not consumated) at Mungi Paitan, on the banks of the Godavari river, 1604, Sultan Begum Sahiba, second daughter of H.M. Ghulam-i-'Ali Murtaza Sultan Ibrahim II 'Adil Shah Abla Bali, King of Bijapur. Prince Danial also m. three other Rajput princesses. He d. from delirium tremens, at Burhanpur, 8th April 1604, having had issue, five sons and five daughters:


    • a) A s/o Qulij Khan Andajani's daughter. b. at Allahabad (?), July 1597. He d. young. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
    • b) A s/o Janan Begum. b. at Agra (?), January/February 1602. He d. young.
    • c) Shahzada Taimurasp Mirza. b. ca. 1603 (full-brother of Baisunghar and Burhani). m. 1625, Shahzadi Bahar Banu Begum Sahiba (b. at Lahore, 1589; d. 8th September 1653, bur. Rauza Mariam, Sikandara), fourth daughter of his uncle, H.M. Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Khushru-i-Giti Panah, Abu'l-Fath Nur ud-din Muhammad Jahangir Padshah, Emperor of India, by his wife, Karamsi Begum Sahiba, daughter of Raja Kishu Das Rathore. He was k. in captivity at Lahore, by order of Emperor Shah Jahan, 2nd February 1628.
    • d) Shahzada Baisunghar Mirza. b. 1604 (full-brother of Taimurasp and Burhani). He was k. at Kaulas, 2nd February 1628.
    • e) Shahzada Hushang Mirza. b. 1604. m. 1626, Shahzadi Hoshmand Banu Begum Sahiba (b. ca. 1605), daughter of his uncle, Shahzada Sultan Khushru Mirza. He was k. in captivity, by order of Emperor Shah Jahan, 2nd February 1628. Copyright© Christopher Buyers
    • a) A d/o Sultan Khwaja 'Abdu'l-Azim Naqshabandi's daughter. b. at Lahore, May 1590. She d. young.
    • b) Shahzadi Sa'adat Banu Begum Sahiba*. b. at Lahore, 1592 (d/o Sultan Khwaja 'Abdu'l-Azim Naqshabandi's daughter).
    • c) Shahzadi Bulaqi Begum Sahiba. b. at Lahore, February 1595 (d/o Qulij Khan Andajani's daughter). m. at Agra, June 1619, Mirza Wali (d. before 14th January 1649 n.s., of Anhal, appointed to an Imperial mansab of 1,500 zat and 750 sowar by Emperor Jahangir, prom. to 2,000 zat and 1,000 sowar 1627, sometime Faujdar of Mandu, younger son of her uncle, Khwaja Hasan Naqshabandi, by his wife, Shahzadi Najib un-nisa Begum Sahiba [Fakhr un-nisa Begum], fifth daughter of H.M. Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Jam-i-Sultanat-i-haqiqi wa Majazi, Sayyid al-Salatin, Muhammad Nasir ud-din Humayun Padshah Ghazi, Zillu'llah, Emperor of India. She had issue, one son.
    • d) Shahzadi Mahi Banu Begum Sahiba* (d/o Raja Dalpat's daughter).
    • e) Shahzadi Burhani Begum Sahiba* (full-sister of Taimurasp and Baisunghar).
    • * one of these daughters m. Mirza Khan (k. on the orders of Emperor Jahangir, 1643), elder son of Jan Sipar Yakrang, Nawab Khwaja 'Abdu'llah Safdar Khan, Firuz Jang, sometime Subadar of Gujarat, probably by his wife, a daughter of Sulaiman Shah Mirza, of Badakshan.





  • 6) Sultan Khushru Mirza. Copyright© Christopher Buyers

  • 1) Shahzadi Shahzada Sultan Banu Begum Sahiba [Sultan Khanum]. b. 21st November 1569 (d/o Salima Sultana). m. at Lahore, 4thAugust 1593, Muzaffar Husain Mirza (d. 1604 (bur. Bara Batashewala Mahal, Delhi), son of Ibrahim Husain Mirza, by his wife, Shahzadi Gul Rukh Begum Sahiba, daughter of Shahzada Kamran Mirza. She d. after 1600 (bur. Mausoleum of Emperor Akbar, Bihishtabad Sikandara, near Agra) – see Persia (Khorasan).

  • 2) Shahzadi Meeti Begum Sahiba. b. ca. 1571 (d/o Mihr Sema). She d. aged eight months.

  • 3) Shahzadi Mahi Begum Sahiba. b. ca. 1571 (d/o Nathi Bai). She d. at Fatehpur Sikri, 7th April 1577.

  • 4) Shahzadi Shakir un-nisa Begum Sahiba. b. after 1572 (d/o Bibi Daulat Shad). m. at Lahore, 4th August 1593, as his first wife, Shahrukh Mirza (d. at Ujjain, 1607), Governor of Badakshan 1574-1585, son of Ibrahim Mirza, by his second wife, Muhtarima Khanum, widow of Shahzada Kamran Mirza, and daughter of Shah Muhammad Sultan Jagatai, Sultan of Kashghar. She d. on the journey from Akbarabad to Delhi, 1st January 1653 (bur. Mausoleum of Emperor Akbar, Bihishtabad Sikandara, near Agra), having had issue – see Uzbekistan (Transoxania).

  • 5) Shahzadi Lala Begum Sahiba (d/o Bibi Naun). She d. young?

  • 6) Shahzadi Aram Banu Begum Sahiba [Ladli Begum]. b. 22nd December 1584 (d/o Bibi Daulat Shad). m. Wakil us-Sultanat, Khan-i-Khanan, Nawab Mirza ‘Abdu’r Rahim Khan (b. at Lahore, 17th December 1556; d. at Delhi, 1627, bur. near the Mausoleum of Emperor Humayun, Nizampur, Delhi), appointed to an Imperial mansab of 4,000 zat and 4,000 sowar 1576, prom. to 5,000 zat and 5,000 sowar, prom. to 7,000 zat and 7,000 sowar 1618, Subadar of Gujarat 1576-1580, Mir-i-‘Arz 1580-1581, Inspector of Petitions 1581-1583, Ataliq to Prince Sultan Salim 1583, C-in-C in the Deccan 1608-1615, son of Waqil us-Sultanat, Yar Wafadar, Baradur Neku-siyar, Farzand-i-Sa‘adatmand, Nawab Bairam Khan Bahadur, Khan-i-Khanan [Khan Baba], sometime Vicegerent of the Empire, by his wife, the younger daughter of Jamal Khan, of Mewat. She d. 1624 (bur. Mausoleum of Emperor Akbar, Bihishtabad Sikandara, near Agra), having had issue, a daughter.


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