Muhammad Taqi Khan

Nawab Muhammad Taqi Khan Bahadur was Nawab of Masulipatam. He attacked Sisupalgarh town in 1731.

Muhammad Taqi Khan
Spouse(s)Qudusa Begum Sahiba (Bahu Begum of Cuttack)
IssueNawab Hasan Ali Khan Bahadur
Military career
AllegianceAlam of the Mughal Empire.svgMughal Empire
Service/branchNawab of Masulipatam

Nawab of Cuttack

Subedar of Odisha
RankMansabdar, Faujdar, Subedar, Nawab
RelativesShehzadi Razia (married to Gajapati Ramachandradeva)

He was the only son of Yusuf Khan Bahadur (brother of Faiz Ali Khan Bahadur). His second son Nawab Hasan Ali Khan Bahadur succeeded him.

GenealogyEdit

His grandfather was Nawab Ali Quli Khan Bahadur, elder son of Faiz Beg Najm-i-Sani, and grandson of Nawab Mirza Muhammad Bakir Khan Najm-i-Sani, sometime Subadar of Multan, Oudh, Orissa, Gujarat and Delhi. Wazir to Emperor Aurangzeb His grandfather was married to a sister of Imad ul-Mulk, Nawab Khwaja Muhammad Mubariz Khan Bahadur, Hizbar Jang, sometime Subadar of the Deccan and Wazir.

His grandfather had three sons,

Titles heldEdit

Muhammad Taqi Khan
Najm-i-Sani Dynasty
Preceded by
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Nawab of Masulipatam
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Succeeded by

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