Sayid Abdullah was (1873–1933) was the last Khan of Khiva of the Khongirad (Qungrat) Dynasty, from 1 October 1918 until 1 February 1920. His Father was Muhammad Rahim Bahadur, while his Mother was of Lyuli origin. He had no real Power, because the Khanate was ruled by Junaid Khan, a Turkmen General at that time. In 1920 the Bolsheviks overthrew the Khanate of Khiva and deposed Sayid Abdullah. He was sent to Moscow where he died a few years later at a hospital.