Nawabs of Bengal and Murshidabad

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;ref name nawab They wielded great power in their own right and ruled the ''subah


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Battle of Buxar date_event2 22 October 1764 event3 Abolition of the title of ''Nawab of Bengal (Mansur Ali Khan#Abolition of the title "Nawab of Bengal") date_event3 1880 event4 Abdication of Mansur Ali Khan and emergence of the Nawab of Murshidabad (Mansur Ali Khan#Abdication) date_event4 1 November 1880 event_pre Mughal empire#Early history Emergence of the Mughal Empire

stat_area5 stat_pop5 '''Nawabs of Bengal''' were the rulers of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. Between 1717 and 1757, they served as the heads of state of the sovereign Principality of Bengal. The position was established as the hereditary ''Nazim''s or ''Subahdars'' (provincial governors) of the ''subah (Subah (province))'' (province) of Bengal during

, they remained as the mere pensioners of the British East India Company.


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sMMAGkpluq&sig OCNcHnPtv2BUl8K-HIUxOL_-lEg&hl en&sa X&ei T6MrUKzFMJCIrAenmoCgBw&ved 0CD0Q6AEwBQ#v onepage&q nawabs%20of%20bengal%20followed%20dual%20government%20under%20british&f false The last Nawab of Bengal, Mansur Ali Khan abdicated on 1 November 1880 in favour of his eldest son.

accessdate 10 August 2012 '''Nawabs of Murshidabad''' succeeded the Nawabs of Bengal as Nawab Bahadur of Murshidabad, following Mansur Ali Khan's abdication

date 8 May 2012 title Hassan Ali Mirza's succession url http: murshidabad.net history history-topic-hassan-ali.htm accessdate 10 August 2012 They got the title changed as the title of the Nawab of Bengal was abolished in 1880. They had little or no say in the share of the revenue collected and were ceased to use any force. After Indian Independence in 1947 it was declared that the princely states must accede to either India or Pakistan (East West Pakistan


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'' after the abdication in 1881 and the abolition of the title of ''Nawab of Bengal'' in 1880. There were only three ''Nawabs of Murshidabad as follows: style "width:100%;" class "wikitable" ! style "background:#b0dc58; width:10%;" Picture ! style "background:#b0dc58; width:12%;" Titular Name ! style "background:#f0dc88; width:22%;" Personal Name ! style "background:#b0dc88; width:9%;"


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language in (Category:Nawabs of Bengal) Category:History of Bengal Category:History of West Bengal Category:Rulers of Bengal Category:Murshidabad district


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as the ''Nawab Nazim of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa''. image_map2 image_map2_alt image_map2_caption capital Murshidabad capital_exile latd 24.18 longd 88.27 national_motto ''Nil Desparandum'' "There is no cause for despair, never despair" national_anthem common_languages English


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publisher 30-days.net accessdate 14 August 2012 The Pakistani flag was brought down from the Hazarduari Palace and the Indian tricolour was hoisted atop the palace. After merging with India, they had no power as the Government of India took over all the princely states in India. The house of the Nawabs came to end in 1969 with Waris Ali Mirza being the last Nawab.

of Murshidabad, Waris Ali Mirza Khan Bahadur url http: murshidabad.net history history-topic-waresh-ali.htm accessdate 10 August 2012 Although he left three sons and three daughters there has been no clear successor to the title since his death as he died without declaring one. Bengal Modern Bengal is mainly divided between the sovereign land of Bangladesh and the States and territories of India Indian states

Qasim, Nawab Sayyid Wasif Ali Mirza Khan date 20 Aug 2010 publisher General Books LLC url http: books.google.co.in books?id QLVLbwAACAAJ&dq Nawabs+of+Bengal:+Siraj+Ud-Daulah,+Mir+Jafar,+Nawab+of+Bengal,+Mir+Qasim,+Nawab+Sayyid+Wasif+Ali+Mirza+Khan&hl en&sa X&ei ckTBUtPbDsO-rgf28IBA&ved 0CC0Q6AEwAA author General Books LLC editor LLC Books


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150px thumb right alt Murshidabad was the capital of the Nawabs Early nineteenth century view of Murshidabad (File:Murshidabad.gif), with the Katra Mosque in the backdrops. Murshid Quli Khan arrived as the governor of Bengal in 1717 AD. Before his arrival there were four ''Diwans''. And, after his arrival, Azim-ush-Shan held the ''Nazim's'' office. Azim got into conflict with Murshid Quli Khan over imperial financial control. Considering the complaint of Khan, emperor Aurangzeb

Nawabs of Bengal and Murshidabad

'''Nawabs of Bengal''' were the rulers of Bengal, Bihar and Orissa. Between 1717 and 1757, they served as the heads of state of the sovereign Principality of Bengal. The position was established as the hereditary ''Nazim''s or ''Subahdars'' (provincial governors) of the ''subah (Subah (province))'' (province) of Bengal during the Mughal rule (Mughal Empire) and later became the independent rulers of the region. Siraj ud-Daulah, the last independent Nawab of Bengal was betrayed in the Battle of Plassey by Mir Jafar. He lost to the British, who took over the charge of Bengal in 1757, installed Mir Jafar on the ''Masnad'' (throne) and established itself to a political power in Bengal. url http: www.banglapedia.org httpdocs HT S_0411.HTM title Sirajuddaula accessdate 13 August 2012 last1 Chaudhury first1 S last2 Mohsin first2 KM work Banglapedia publisher Asiatic Society of Bangladesh

In 1765 the system of Dual Government was established, in which the Nawabs ruled on behalf of the British and were mere puppets to the British. In 1772 the system was abolished and Bengal was brought under direct control of the British. In 1793, when the ''Nizamat'' (governorship) of the Nawab was also taken away from them, they remained as the mere pensioners of the British East India Company.

'''Nawabs of Murshidabad''' succeeded the Nawabs of Bengal as Nawab Bahadur of Murshidabad, following Mansur Ali Khan's abdication Although he left three sons and three daughters there has been no clear successor to the title since his death as he died without declaring one.

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