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  • NAWAB DAWOOD ALI KHAN BAHADUR JUNG (DAWOOD JUNG)
    Nawab Dawood Ali Khan Bahadur, was the son of Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan Bahadur, they were the descendants of Nawab Abul Hassan Mujahid Jung (Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula) who had come to Hyderabad from Delhi with Mir Qamaruddin Ali Khan (Asaf Jah I). Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula was a staunch adherent of the Nizam and stood by him through thick and thin and his services were always highly appreciated by the Nizam.
    Nawab Dawood Ali Khan’s grandfather was Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan who was popularly known as “Abban Saheb”. After the death of his father (Nawab Abdul Fazal Khan) he began to engage in commercial occupations due to which he earned a great reputation because of his knowledge of business and transparent honesty in all his dealings. The death of Munir-ul-Mulk made Maharaja Chandu Lal take Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan into confidence and elevated him to taluqdarship. He was a very philanthropic nobleman and spent quite a considerable amount of money on works of public utility. Among his prominent works, was a canal in Khuldabad that he constructed anew out of the traces of a dilapidated canal of very ancient times and the other was a ghat which is known as ‘Nizam Ghat’ which previously used to be almost impassable for travelers. After incurring heavy expenditure in levelling and making it passable it proved to be an excellent exit to Burhanpur, Berar and Balaghat. Apart from these two, he also built many Abdar Khanas and Serais which served as a memorial to his name.
    After him, his son Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan took up his father’s works and added further lustre to the name of his family. He had only one son, Nawab Dawood Ali Khan who inherited the business of his family and managed the jagirs.also the maula ali kaman was constructed and named by him.....his jagirs were around the maula ali area..... He used to live in a bungalow called “Dawood Manzil” at Narayanguda. #nawab #royal #nizam #hyderabad #deccan #india #telangana #southindia #vintagephotography #memories #familyphotography
  • NAWAB DAWOOD ALI KHAN BAHADUR JUNG (DAWOOD JUNG)
Nawab Dawood Ali Khan Bahadur, was the son of Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan Bahadur, they were the descendants of Nawab Abul Hassan Mujahid Jung (Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula) who had come to Hyderabad from Delhi with Mir Qamaruddin Ali Khan (Asaf Jah I). Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula was a staunch adherent of the Nizam and stood by him through thick and thin and his services were always highly appreciated by the Nizam.
Nawab Dawood Ali Khan’s grandfather was Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan who was popularly known as “Abban Saheb”. After the death of his father (Nawab Abdul Fazal Khan) he began to engage in commercial occupations due to which he earned a great reputation because of his knowledge of business and transparent honesty in all his dealings. The death of Munir-ul-Mulk made Maharaja Chandu Lal take Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan into confidence and elevated him to taluqdarship. He was a very philanthropic nobleman and spent quite a considerable amount of money on works of public utility. Among his prominent works, was a canal in Khuldabad that he constructed anew out of the traces of a dilapidated canal of very ancient times and the other was a ghat which is known as ‘Nizam Ghat’ which previously used to be almost impassable for travelers. After incurring heavy expenditure in levelling and making it passable it proved to be an excellent exit to Burhanpur, Berar and Balaghat. Apart from these two, he also built many Abdar Khanas and Serais which served as a memorial to his name.
After him, his son Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan took up his father’s works and added further lustre to the name of his family. He had only one son, Nawab Dawood Ali Khan who inherited the business of his family and managed the jagirs.also the maula ali kaman was constructed and named by him.....his jagirs were around the maula ali area..... He used to live in a bungalow called “Dawood Manzil” at Narayanguda. #nawab #royal #nizam #hyderabad #deccan #india #telangana #southindia #vintagephotography #memories #familyphotography
  •  9  0 15 December, 2018
  • NAWAB DAWOOD ALI KHAN BAHADUR JUNG (DAWOOD JUNG)
    Nawab Dawood Ali Khan Bahadur, was the son of Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan Bahadur, they were the descendants of Nawab Abul Hassan Mujahid Jung (Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula) who had come to Hyderabad from Delhi with Mir Qamaruddin Ali Khan (Asaf Jah I). Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula was a staunch adherent of the Nizam and stood by him through thick and thin and his services were always highly appreciated by the Nizam.
    Nawab Dawood Ali Khan’s grandfather was Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan who was popularly known as “Abban Saheb”. After the death of his father (Nawab Abdul Fazal Khan) he began to engage in commercial occupations due to which he earned a great reputation because of his knowledge of business and transparent honesty in all his dealings. The death of Munir-ul-Mulk made Maharaja Chandu Lal take Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan into confidence and elevated him to taluqdarship. He was a very philanthropic nobleman and spent quite a considerable amount of money on works of public utility. Among his prominent works, was a canal in Khuldabad that he constructed anew out of the traces of a dilapidated canal of very ancient times and the other was a ghat which is known as ‘Nizam Ghat’ which previously used to be almost impassable for travelers. After incurring heavy expenditure in levelling and making it passable it proved to be an excellent exit to Burhanpur, Berar and Balaghat. Apart from these two, he also built many Abdar Khanas and Serais which served as a memorial to his name.
    After him, his son Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan took up his father’s works and added further lustre to the name of his family. He had only one son, Nawab Dawood Ali Khan who inherited the business of his family and managed the jagirs.also the maula ali kaman was constructed and named by him.....his jagirs were around the maula ali area..... He used to live in a bungalow called “Dawood Manzil” at Narayanguda. #nawab #royal #nizam #hyderabad #deccan #india #telangana #southindia #vintagephotography #memories #familyphotography
  • NAWAB DAWOOD ALI KHAN BAHADUR JUNG (DAWOOD JUNG)
Nawab Dawood Ali Khan Bahadur, was the son of Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan Bahadur, they were the descendants of Nawab Abul Hassan Mujahid Jung (Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula) who had come to Hyderabad from Delhi with Mir Qamaruddin Ali Khan (Asaf Jah I). Shah Nawaz-ud-Daula was a staunch adherent of the Nizam and stood by him through thick and thin and his services were always highly appreciated by the Nizam.
Nawab Dawood Ali Khan’s grandfather was Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan who was popularly known as “Abban Saheb”. After the death of his father (Nawab Abdul Fazal Khan) he began to engage in commercial occupations due to which he earned a great reputation because of his knowledge of business and transparent honesty in all his dealings. The death of Munir-ul-Mulk made Maharaja Chandu Lal take Nawab Mirza Shamsuddin Khan into confidence and elevated him to taluqdarship. He was a very philanthropic nobleman and spent quite a considerable amount of money on works of public utility. Among his prominent works, was a canal in Khuldabad that he constructed anew out of the traces of a dilapidated canal of very ancient times and the other was a ghat which is known as ‘Nizam Ghat’ which previously used to be almost impassable for travelers. After incurring heavy expenditure in levelling and making it passable it proved to be an excellent exit to Burhanpur, Berar and Balaghat. Apart from these two, he also built many Abdar Khanas and Serais which served as a memorial to his name.
After him, his son Nawab Mirza Sabit Ali Khan took up his father’s works and added further lustre to the name of his family. He had only one son, Nawab Dawood Ali Khan who inherited the business of his family and managed the jagirs.also the maula ali kaman was constructed and named by him.....his jagirs were around the maula ali area..... He used to live in a bungalow called “Dawood Manzil” at Narayanguda. #nawab #royal #nizam #hyderabad #deccan #india #telangana #southindia #vintagephotography #memories #familyphotography
  •  9  0 15 December, 2018

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  • Pondicherry ,this day last week, in all her natural beauty! 🌴
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    If you are reading this have a feel good Saturday because why choose anything else?! 🤔
    ~Marianne 😘
  • Pondicherry ,this day last week, in all her natural beauty! 🌴
.
If you are reading this have a feel good Saturday because why choose anything else?! 🤔
~Marianne 😘
  •  10  2 15 December, 2018