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Amirunnisa Begum (alias Mahjabeen) is the daughter of Syed Iqbal Yusuf (died in 197?, Picture).

Amirunnisa Begum married her maternal cousin Nawab Nasiruddin Khan (Picture, died on Friday the 14 December 2012, 29th Muharram 1434) the younger son of Nawab Habibah Begum (died on 09 July 1967 in Nagpur, Picture) and Nawab Mohiuddin Khan Bahadur (died on 17 September 1949 in Bombay/Mumbai, Picture). Nawab Nasiruddin Khan (Picture) is the Nawab of Khujji. Khujji is in the Rajnandgaon District, of Chhattisgarh (Map to Khujji).

Amirunnisa Begum and Nawab Nasiruddin Khan are blessed with one son, Mohammed Irfan Khan and three daughters: Asma Khan (alias Seemee), Rohma Khan and Noama Khan (Picture).

Mohammed Irfan Khan is married to Syedah Shazia (alias Beenoo), the eldest daughter of Nawab Nasiruddin Khan's sister, Shameem Sultana. Irfan and Shazia are blessed with a daughter, Sayeeda Ingela Maryam Khan and a son Mohammed Usama Khan (Picture).

Asma Khan (alias Seemee) is married to Salman Khan the eldest son of Nawab Nasiruddin Khan's eldest sister, Shaukat Sultana. Salman and Seemee are blessed with three sons, Arsalan, Omar and Hamza.

Rohma Khan is married to Minhajuddin Khan (alias Shoeb), the second son of Nawab Nasiruddin Khan's elder brother, Nawab Nasiruddin Khan's. Rohma and Shoaib are blessed with one daughter, Hashmi and one son, Hanzala.

The youngest daughter Noama Khan did MA in English Literature from Morris College (Ambedkar College), Nagpur University (Logo), Nagpur. Noama Khan (Picture) is married to Sameen Ahmed Khan (Picture) the youngest son of Mrs. Nighat Iqbal Khan (died on Saturday the 23 May 2009, 29 Jumadi-al-Awwal 1430, Picture) Mr. Hamid Ahmed KHAN (died on Monday the 6 July 2009, 13 Rajab 1430, Picture). Sameen Ahmed Khan (Picture) is the grandson of Ghulam Mohammed Khan Saudagar (Picture) of Aurangabad, and Nawab Mohammed Abdul Quader of Kholapur. The wedding of Noama KHAN (Picture) and Sameen Ahmed Khan (Picture) took place on Thursday the 22 February 2001 (27th Ziquad 1421 Hijri) in Nagpur; they were blessed with a daughter Hajira KHAN (Picture), on Sunday the 07 November 2004 (23 Ramadan-ul-Mubarak 1425). Hajira KHAN (Picture) is studying in the Indian School Salalah (Logo), Salalah, Sultanate of Oman (National Emblem). The School is affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (Logo), Delhi, INDIA (National Emblem); Affiliation Number: 6130002.

Mrs. Nighat Iqbal Khan's youngest brother, Nawab Abdul Rafeeq Zafar (Picture-1 and Picture-2, died in July 2011) deserves a special mention. He was the youngest son of Nawab Mohammed Abdul Quader (died in 1943, Picture). Nawab Abdul Rafeeq Zafar did PhD in 1955, in Osmania University (OU, Logo), Hyderabad. The PhD of Nawab Abdul Rafeeq Zafar was under the supervision of renowned Phycologist & Ecologist, Professor Mahendar Raj Suxena (Picture). He was the first person from the progeny of Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ghani Saheb Saudagar (Picture) not only to do PhD, but the first one to go to College. Professor Dr. A R Zafar retired as the Head of the Department of Botany, in 1986. Nawab Abdul Rafeeq Zafar had cancer with metastasis (including: liver, portal vain, gall-bladder and lungs). He died at 6:53 on the morning of Sunday the 17 July 2011 (14 Shabaan 1432) at his residence in Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. When he breathed his last, his wife, niece Bushra Khan, nephew, Sameen Ahmed Khan (Picture) and his wife, Noama Khan (Picture) were present by his side. The Salaat-ut-Janaza (Funeral Prayers) took place after Maghrib, at Masjid Rahmat-e-Alam, Road No. 11, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad. The Salaat-ut-Janaza was conducted by Professor Shahid Ali Abbasi (Picture), who is Professor in the Department of Islamic Studies, University College of Arts & Social Sciences, Osmania University (OU, Logo). Professor Shahid Ali Abbasi is also the Rector of the Centre for Islamic Education (Logo), Hyderabad. Professor Abdul Rafeeq Zafar was laid to rest on the same evening in the Qabrastan/Makbara (Graveyard) attached to the Masjid Hazrat-e-Bilal, Habshiguda, Hyderabad, (see the Map). Professor Abdul Rafeeq Zafar's eldest sister, Khurshid Begum (died in December 1994) and her husband Syed Iqbal Ilyas (died in May 1990) were also laid to rest in the same Qabrastan/Makbara (Graveyard).

Nawab Nasiruddin Khan died on Friday the 14 December (29th Muharram 1434) in Nagpur.

Amirunnisa Begum died on 08 November 1993, in Nagpur.

References:

  1. Tazkira-E-Mashahir-E-Barar,
    (Contributed writings on the lives of Muslim Luminaries from the Berar Region, Maharashtra, India),
    Volume I (1982), Chief Editor: Syed Abdul Rahim,
    Anjuman-E-Yaad-E-Raftagaan, Usmani Masjid, Amravati 444103, Maharashtra, INDIA.
    * View the Front Cover Page, Back Cover Page and the Jacket.

  2. Tazkira-E-Mashahir-E-Barar,
    (Eminent Personalities of Barar),
    Volume II (2005), Chief Editor: Syed Abdul Rahim,
    Anjuman-E-Yaad-E-Raftagaan, Usmani Masjid, Amravati 444103, Maharashtra, INDIA.
    * View the Front Cover Page, Back Cover Page and the Jacket.

  3. Ghulam Dastagir Khan Saheb,
    Nawab Mohammed Abdul Ghani Saheb Saudagar,
    in Tazkira-E-Mashahir-E-Barar,
    (Contributed writings on the lives of Muslim Luminaries from the Berar Region, Maharashtra, India),
    pages 56-60, Volume I (1982), Chief Editor: Syed Abdul Rahim,
    Anjuman-E-Yaad-E-Raftagaan, Usmani Masjid, Amravati 444103, Maharashtra, INDIA.
    * View Page-56, Page-57, Page-58, Page-59 and Page-60.
    * View the Front Cover Page, Back Cover Page and the Jacket.

  4. See the entry, Abdul Ghani Saheb Saudagar (Picture),
    The Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia (Logo): http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Abdul_Ghani_Saheb_Saudagar.

  5. View the Certificate of Khan Bahadur issued to Nawab Muhammad Sirajuddin Khan on 3rd June 1922, Image-1 and Image-2.

  6. View the Certificate of Nawab issued to Nawab Nyazuddin Khan Bahadur (died in 19??, Picture) on 1st January 1925, Image-1 and Image-2.

  7. Obituary of Nawab Nasiruddin Khan,
    The Hitavada, Nagpur,
    City Line, Page 2, (Saturday the 15 December 2012,   30 Muharram 1434).
    (The Hitavada, Nagpur, Logo).
    * View the Obituary.


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