Daudpota Rulers

 

AMIR BAHADUR KHAN DAUDPOTA,

AMIR OF SHIKARPUR-1690 - 1702.

FOUNDER OF SHIKARPUR CITY IN 1690.

AMIR MUHAMMAD MUBARAK KHAN I DAUDPOTA,

AMIR OF SHIKARPUR -1702 - 1723

son of Amir Bahadur Khan Daudpota,

Rendered valuable services to Shahzada Nuiz ud-din and received Shikarpur,

Bakhtiarpur and Khanpur. Established his capital at Shikarpur.

He abdicated in favour of his son, 1723. He died at Shikarpur, 1726.

NAWAB AMIR SADIQ MUHAMMAD KHAN I DAUDPOTA.

 1723 - 1746 Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan I Abbasi Bahadur, Nawab of Bahawalpur, son of Amir Muhammad Mubarak Khan I Abbasi, Amir of Shikarpur. Succeeded on the abdication of his father, 1723. Founded the town of Allahabad in 1729 and wrested the fort of Derawar from the ruler of Jaisalmer in 1733. Granted the territories of Larkhana, Siwistan, Chhatar, Chaudhari, Derawar, etc. on the partition of Scind by Nadir Shah of Persia. Received him at Dera Ismail Khan and paid homage being invested with the hereditary title of Nawab, 5th January 1740. He was k. at the siege of Shikarpur, 11th April 1746,  three sons:

1)        NAWAB AMIR DAUD MUHAMMAD BAHAWAL KHAN I ABBASI BAHADUR,   NAWAB OF BAHAWALPUR. 

2)       NAWAB AMIR MUBARAK KHAN, NAWAB OF BAHAWALPUR

3)       NAWABZADA FATEH KHAN.  TWO SONS:

A) SAHIBZADA MUHAMMAD JAFAR KHAN, WHO SUCCEEDED AS H.H. HAFIZ UL-MULK, RUKN UD-DAULA, MUKHLIS UD-DAULA, NAWAB AMIR MUHAMMAD BAHAWAL KHAN II ABBASI BAHADUR, NUSRAT JUNG, NAWAB OF BAHAWALPUR .

 B) SAHIBZADA SARDAR KHAN. HE HAD ISSUE, TWO SONS:

I) SAHIBZADA NUSRAT KHAN. HE HAD ISSUE, ONE SON:

(1) SAHIBZADA SARDAR KHAN.

 II) SAHIBZADA MUHAMMAD KHAN.  

(1) SAHIBZADA SARFRAZ KHAN.

 (A) SAHIBZADA ALLAH BACHAYA KHAN.

 (B) SAHIBZADA MUHAMMAD BAKSH KHAN.

 (C) SAHIBZADA KARIM BAKSH KHAN.

 (2) SAHIBZADA QADIR YAR KHAN.

 1746 - 1749 Nawab Amir Daud Muhammad Bahawal Khan I Abbasi Bahadur, Nawab of Bahawalpur, eldest son of Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan I Abbasi Bahadur, Nawab of Bahawalpur. Elected by the tribe and ascended the musnaid on the death of his father, 11th April 1746. Founded the town of Bahawalpur in 1748. He d.s.p. 12th June 1750 (succ. By his younger brother).

1750 - 1772 Nawab Amir Muhammad Mubarak Khan II Abbasi, Nawab of Bahawalpur, second son of Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan I Abbasi Bahadur, Nawab of Bahawalpur. Elected by the tribe and ascended the musnaid on the death of his elder brother, 12th June 1750. Added Pakpattan, Mailsi, Dunyapur and Kahror to his hereditary domains. He d.s.p. 4th June1772 (succ. by his nephew).

1772 - 1809 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan II Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur b. 3rd January 1753, elder son of Nawabzada Fateh Khan. Adopted by his uncle and succeeded on his death, 4th June 1772. Proclaimed as ruler and ascended the musnaid, 6th July 1772.

 Granted the titles of Rukn ud-Daula, Hafiz ul-Mulk and Nusrat Jung by Emperor Shah Alam II in1780, and Mukhlis ud-Daula by Shah Muhammad of Afghanistan in 1802. Founded the first state mint in 1802. m.  (first), the daughter of Khair Muhammad Khan Pirjani. m.   (second), a daughter of Mahabhat Khan Pirjani. He d. atBahawalpur, 13th August 1809, having had issue, seven sons:

 1) Nawabzada Mubarak Khan Abbasi, Wahid Baksh Bahadur. B. 29th September 1772. Taken as a hostage by Timur Shah of Afghansitan in 1788. Later granted the title of Sarbuland Khan and granted the state ofbahawalpur by firman. Made a prisoner at Fort Derawar by his father on arrival in his domains. Freed by Makhdum Ganj Baksh and proclaimed as ruler in 1799. Defeated and expelled by his younger brother, 'Abdu'llah. He was k. By his brother, August 1809, two sons:

 A) Sahibzada Ahmed Baksh Khan Abbasi. Proclaimed as ruler and installed on the musnaid at Derawar Fort whilst the Amir was absent on a hunting trip. Defeated and surrendered. He was k. (executed),  22nd March 1811.

B) Sahibzada Muhammad Baksh Khan Abbasi. He was k. With his brother, 22nd March 1811.

2) Nawabzada 'Abdu'llah Khan, who succeeded as H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan II Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur

3) Sahibzada Khudayar Yar Khan Abbasi, Chief Minister of Bahawalpur, 1809 - 1811. He was k.s.p. By his brother the Nawab, 22nd March 1811.

 4) Sahibzada Nasir Shah Khan Abbasi. He d.s.p.

 5) Sahibzada Faiz Muhammad Khan Abbasi. He d.s.p.   

6) Sahibzada Qadir Baksh Khan Abbasi. M.  And  two sons:

A) Sahibzada Khan Muhammad Khan Abbasi. M.  And , four sons:

 I) Sahibzada Nasir Muhammad Khan Abbasi.

Ii) Sahibzada Qadir Baksh Khan bbasi.                                                 Iii) Sahibzada Allah Wasaya Khan Abbasi.

Iv) Sahibzada Ghulam Muhammad Khan Abbasi.

 Iv) Sahibzada Allah Dad Khan Abbasi. He d.s.p.

7) Sahibzada Haji Khan Abbasi. He was k.s.p. By his brother the Nawab, 22nd March 1811.

 1809 - 1826 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan II Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur. b. 9th February 1781, second son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan II Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, educ. privately. Succeeded by murdering his elder brother Mubarak, after his father's death, 13th August 1809. Proclaimed and ascended the musnaid at Derawar Fort, 13th August 1809. He d. of consumption, 17th April 1826,  three sons:

 1) Nawabzada Rahim Yar Khan, Vali Ahad Bahadur, who succeeded as H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan III Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur 

  2) Sahibzada Azim Yar Khan Abbasi.  two sons:

 a) Sahibzada Isab Khan Abbasi.

 b) Sahibzada Daud Khan Abbasi.

 3) Sahibzada Muhammad Ja'afar Khan Abbasi. Proclaimed and installed on the musnaid at Derawar Fort, 25th March 1866. Forced to surrender and placed in confinement. He had three sons:

 A) SAHIBZADA HAMID KHAN ABBASI. HE HAD ISSUE, TWO SONS:

I) SAHIBZADA CHANNI MUHAMMAD KHAN ABBASI.

 II) SAHIBZADA BHALLE KHAN ABBASI.

 B) SAHIBZADA NIHAL KHAN ABBASI.

 C) SAHIBZADA AMIR KHAN ABBASI. HE HAD ISSUE, ONE SON:

I) SAHIBZADA JINDWADA KHAN ABBASI.

D) SAHIBZADA MUHAMMAD KHAN ABBASI.

E) SAHIBZADA ALLAH DITTA KHAN ABBASI.

 1826 - 1852 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan III Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, eldest son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan II Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur. Kept as a hostage by the Mir of Khairpur to ensure the good behaviour of his father 1811-1812. Proclaimed on the death of his father and ascended the musnaid at Fort Derawar, 17th April 1826. Entered into Treaty relations with the HEIC, 22nd February 1833. Had the independence of his state guaranteed by a subsequent treaty in 1835. Participated in the reduction of Multan, by sending a force 23,000 strong. He d. at Derawar, 19th October 1852, having six sons:

 1) Sahibzada Haji Muhammad Khan, who succeeded as H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Fateh Muhammad Khan Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur.

 2) Sahibzada Sa'adat Yar Khan, who succeeded as H.H. Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Hafiz ul-Mulk, Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan III Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur .

 3) Sahibzada Muhammad Khan Abbasi. He had one son:

 a) Sahibzada Ahmed Khan Abbasi. He had issue, one son:

i) Sahibzada Muhammad Hayat Khan Abbasi.

4) Sahibzada Mubarak Khan Abbasi. He was k. (s.p.m.) with his brothers for his part in a rebellion against the Amir, 1863.

5) Sahibzada Ghulam Muhammad Khan Abbasi. Attempted to seize the throne in 1858 but was captured and placed in confinement. He was k. (s.p.m.) with his brothers for his part in a rebellion against the Amir, 1863.

6) Sahibzada 'Abdu'llah Khan Abbasi. He was k. with his brothers for his part in a rebellion against the Amir, 1863, having a) Sahibzada Muhamhad issue, two sons: mad Ma'aruf Khan Abbasi. He had  four sons:

i) Sahibzada Wahid Baksh Khan Abbasi. He d.s.p.

ii) Sahibzada Sikander Khan Abbasi.

iii) Sahibzada Ahmad Yar Khan Abbasi.

iv) Sahibzada Muhammad Yar Khan Abbasi.

b) Sahibzada Muhammad Khan Abbasi.

1852 - 1853 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sadiq Muhammad Khan III Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur. b. as Sa'adat Yar Khan, second son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan III Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, educ. privately. Succeeded on the death of his father, 19th October 1852. Proclaimed and installed on the musnaid at Derawar Fort as Sadiq Muhammad Khan III, 11th November 1852. Deposed and imprisoned by his brother, 20th February 1853 but was later allowed to reside in British territory as a pensioner of the GOI. Having later attempted to rebel against his brother, removed from the state and placed in confinement at Lahore. He d.s.p. at Lahore Fort, 1861.

1853 - 1858 H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Fateh Muhammad Khan Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur, elder son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan III Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur. Imprisoned by his brother when he came to the throne in 1852. Freed by the Chiefs with British help, 8th February 1853. Prolcaimed on the deposition and imprisonment of his brother, 20th February 1853. Installed on the musnaid at Derawar Fort, 23rd February 1853. Granted a hereditary salute of 17-guns in 1855. He d. 3rd October 1858, having  two sons and one daughter, including:

 1) Nawabzada Rahim Yar Khan, Vali Ahad Bahadur, who succeeded as H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Muhammad Bahawal Khan IV Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur .

2) Sahibzada Mahabhat Khan Abbasi. He had issue, six sons and one daughter:

a) Sahibzada Muhammad Ghulam Baha ud-din Khan Abbasi. Vice-Presdt. of Municipalities. He had issue, a son:

i) Colonel Sahibzada Qadir Baksh Khan Abbasi. b. 1898. Cmsnd. Bahawalpur State Forces 1912, ADC to the Nawab 1919, Cdt. State Artillery 1930-1935, Cdt. 2nd Inf. 1935-1937, Bodyguard 1937, Mushir-i-Mudarat. Rcvd: Imtiaz and Meritorious Service Decorations, Imtiaz-i-Haroonia, Imtiaz-i-Abbassia, Imtiaz-i-Sutlej and Imtiaz-i-Hazur.

b) Captain Sahibzada Faiz Muhammad Khan Abbasi. Cmsnd Bahawalpur Mounted Rifles 1909, Capt. and co. Cdr. 16/10/1922.

i) A daughter. m. General H.H. Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Hafiz ul-Mulk, Al-Haj Nawab Amir Sir Sadiq Muhammad Khan V Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Amir of Bahawalpur, GCSI, GCIE, KCVO .

 c) Sahibzada 'Allah Wallah Khan Abbasi.

d) Sahibzada Hamid Yar Khan Abbasi.

e) Lieutenant-General Rafi us-Shan, Shuja ul-Mulk, Sahibzada Haji Muhammad Dilawar Khan Abbasi, MBE (c 4.6.1934). b. 1885, educ. Aitcheson Coll., Lahore. Adj. Palace Guards 1905; Maj. 1923; Cdt 2nd BahawalpurInf. 1924; prom. Lt-Col and Cdt 1st Bahawalpur Inf. 1926, prom. Col.1929, prom. Brig. 1930, prom. Maj-Gen 1931, C-in-C Bahawalpur State Forces 1931-1933, Minister for the Army 1933-1948, prom. Lieut-Gen. 1934.

f) Sahibzada Yar Muhammad Khan Abbasi.

g) Sahibzada Muhammad Ramzan Khan Abbasi.

 a) Sahibzadi … Begum Sahiba. m. 11th July 1901, H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Al-Haj Bahawal Khan V Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur (b. 23rd October 1883; d. at sea off the coast of Aden, 15th February 1907), second son of H.H. Hafiz ul-Mulk, Rukn ud-Daula, Mukhlis ud-Daula, Nawab Amir Sir Sadiq Muhammad Khan IV Abbasi Bahadur, Nusrat Jung, Nawab of Bahawalpur.