BASODA (Princely State)


AREA: 103.6 kmē (1921) PRIVY PURSE: Rs ACCESSION: xx
STATE: Bhopal DYNASTY: Firoz Khel Pathan RELIGION: Muslim
VILLAGES: 23 (1901) POPULATION: 4,237 (1921) REVENUE: Rs45,000 (1929)



PRESENT RULER:
PREDECESSORS AND SHORT HISTORY: Also called Nawab-Basoda or Haidargarh-Basoda to distinguish it from the like named state in Gwalior. Ancestor was Muhammed Diler/Dalal Khan, an Afghan of the Barakzai Firuz Khel, whose elder son founded Kurwai and the younger founded Basoda in 1753. Rulers were...
  1. Nawab AHSAN ALLAH KHAN, 1st Nawab of Basoda 1753/1786, second son of Nawab Muhammed Diler Khan of Kurwai, settled first at Rakha and Bahadurgarh (now Isagarh in Gwalior state, 1901), but being hard pressed by the Marathas, moved his capital to Basoda in 1753, alienated part of his lands to form the state of Muhammadgarh, married and had issue. He died 1786.
    • Nawab Baqa Allah Khan (qv)
    • Nawab Muhammad Khan, he received some territory from his father and succeeded as the 1st Nawab of Muhammadgarh.

  2. Nawab BAQA ALLAH KHAN, 2nd Nawab of Basoda 1786/1817, married Nawabzadi Hashmat Zaman Begum, sister of Nawabzada Mange Khan of Bhopal.

  3. INTERREGNUM 1817/1822, the state fell into the hands of the Maharaja of Gwalior in 1817, but it was restored to the Nawab in 1822 on the mediation of the British authorities.

  4. Nawab ASAD ALI KHAN, 3rd Nawab of Basoda 1822/1864, sometime Minister of Bhopal; married and had issue. He died 1864.
    • Nawab Omar Ali Khan (qv)

  5. Nawab OMAR ALI KHAN, 4th Nawab of Basoda 1864/1896, born about 1830, succeeded to the gadi on 6th February 1864 (#1), married and had issue.
    • Nawab Haidar Ali Khan Firuz Jung (qv)
    • Nawabzada Yusuf Ali Khan

  6. Nawab HAIDAR ALI KHAN Firuz Jung, 5th Nawab of Basoda 1896/1928, born 1st January 1854, succeeded 12th June 1896; married and had issue, three sons. He died in July 1928.
    • Nawab Muhammed Ayub Ali Khan Firuz Jung (qv)
    • Nawabzada Safdar Ali Khan, styled Nawab Sahab of Basoda, married (amongst others), Nawabzadi Mukarram Jaha Begum Sahiba, born 1881 in Jaora, daughter of Maj. HH Ihtasham-ud-daula Nawab Mohammed Ismail Khan Bahadur Firoz Jung, 3rd Nawab of Jaora, and his 3rd wife, HH Nawab Taj Mahal Begum Sahiba, and had issue. She died 2nd June 1954.
      • Mohtarma Sohel-ara-begum, married (as his second wife), Nawabzada Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur (later H Asif-ud-Daula Nawab Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur Saulat-e-jung, 7th Nawab of Jaora).
      • Mohtarma Sitara Jibeen, married (as his third wife), Nawabzada Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur (later H Asif-ud-Daula Nawab Mohammed Mansoor Ali Khan Bahadur Saulat-e-jung, 7th Nawab of Jaora).
      • Mohmmed Ali khan ka full name mohmmed nadir alikhan

  7. Nawab MUHAMMED AYUB ALI KHAN Firuz Jung, 6th Nawab of Basoda 1928/, born 1877, he succeeded his father on 27th July 1928, married (amongst others), Nawab Arjuman Bano Begum, and had issue. He died 1947.
    • Haji Nawab Masood Ali Khan, born 12th March 1919, married 1936, 1stly, Nawab Mahmmed Zaman Begum of Mohammedgarh, married 2ndly, Nawab Mumtaz Zaman Begum of Sehore, and has issue.
      • Nawab Kishwar Alikhan
      • Nawabzada Anwar Alikhan, born 20th March 1959, married 26th May 1973 in Sehore, Begum Nayyer Sultan [Majala Miyan], and has issue.
        • Sahibzada Siddiq Alikhan M.Sc. (Zoology Fisheries), B.E.H.M.S., M.C.M., born 24th April 1975, married 8th June 2010, Shaheen Khan, and has issue, one daughter.
          • Sahibzadi Sehar Khan, born 31st July 201x.
        • Sahibzadi Tehmina Khan, married 4th May, Sahibzada Mir Shahabuddin, grandson of the Nawab of Surat, and has issue, one daughter.
          • Sahibzada Iyaza Meer
      • Nawabzadi Farrukh Zaman
      • Nawabzadi Marrukh Zaman
      • Nawabzada Bakityar Alikhan, married and had issue, three daughters.
        • Sahibzadi Sara Zaman
        • Sahibzadi Saman Zaman
        • Sahibzadi Hina Zaman
      • Nawabzada Jahandar Alikhan
      • Nawabzadi Feeroz Zaman, married and has issue, two sons.
        • Rizwan Ul Haque
        • Salman Ul Haque
      • Nawabzadi Amana Zaman, married and has issue, one son and two daughters.
        • Sahibzada Ziad Mohammed Khan
        • Sahibzadi Iram Zaman
        • Sahibzadi Anam Zaman
      • Nawabzadi Tanveer Zaman (by Nawab Mumtaz Zaman Begum), married and has issue, one son and one daughter.
        • Sahibzada Mirza Fahed Khan
        • Sahibzadi Minha Zaman
      • Nawabzada Abbas Alikhan (by Nawab Mumtaz Zaman Begum)
      • Nawabzadi Zanab Zaman (by Nawab Mumtaz Zaman Begum), married and has issue, one son and one daughter.
        • Sahibzada Khizar Mohammed Khan
        • Sahibzadi Safira Zaman
      • Nawabzada Nasir Alikhan (by Nawab Mumtaz Zaman Begum)
    • Nawabzada Ehtisham Alikhan, married and had issue, two sons and four daughters.
      • Sahibzada Mansoor Alikhan
      • Sahibzada Tariq Alikhan
      • Sahibzadi Parveen Zaman
      • Sahibzadi Shaheen Zaman
      • Sahibzadi Seema Zaman
      • Sahibzadi Shameena Zaman
    • Nawabzada Iftiqar Alikhan, married and had issue, two sons and one daughter.
      • Sahibzada Mumtaz Alikhan, married and has issue.
        • Shadia Alikhan
      • Sahibzada Nasir Alikhan
      • Sahibzadi Tasneem Zaman
    • Nawabzada Iqtidar Alikhan, married and had issue, two sons and three daughters.
      • Sahibzada Mohammed Nadir Alikhan
      • Sahibzada Kamran Alikhan
      • Sahibzadi Shadia Alikhan
      • Sahibzadi Farhanaz
      • Sahibzadi Fouzia Alikhan
    • Nawabzada Ethiram Alikhan, married and had issue, three sons and one daughter.
      • Sahibzada Amir Alikhan
      • Sahibzada Haider Alikhan II
      • Sahibzada Umar Alikhan II
      • Sahibzadi Saleha Zaman
    • Nawabzada Mohammad Nadir Alikhan
    • Nawabzadi Qamar Uz Zaman, married and had issue, two sons and three daughters.
      • Sahibzada Kaiser Mohammed Khan
      • Sahibzada Shahshah Mohammed Khan
      • Sahibzadi Rozi Begum
      • Sahibzadi Durtaj Begum
      • Sahibzadi Ayesha Begum
1. "The Golden Book of India"; LETHBRIDGE, Roper, MacMillan & Co., 1893 , p.62