LOCATION: Haryana AREA: 134.68 kmē VILLAGES: xx POPULATION: 21,933 (1931) RELIGION: Muslim
REVENUE: Rs 1,16,677 (1931) DYNASTY/LINEAGE: Barench SEAT: xx ACCESSION: 7th April 1948
AGENCY: Commissioner for Delhi to 1st October 1936 then Punjab States Agency 1936 - 1948 PRIVY PURSE: Rs 48,000
PRESENT RULER: Nawab SAIF ALI KHAN, 10th Nawab of Pataudi since 22nd September 2011.
born 16th August 1970 in New Delhi, educated at the Lawrence School, Sanawar, at Lockers Park Prep School in Hertfordshire and at Winchester College, Winchester, England; a popular and successful Bollywood actor who made his acting debut in the 1992 film Parampara, has won many film awards, including the Filmfare Best Debut Award for Aashiq Awara in 1993, through to the National Film Award for Best Actor for Hum Tum in 2005; he is the founder-owner of his production company, Illuminati Films; recipient of the Padma Shri Award in 2010; married October 1991 (div'd. 2004), Amrita Singh, born 9th February 1958, daughter of Sardar Shivinder Singh Virk (see Hadali), and his wife, Rukhsana Sultana, a political activist during the Emergency Era; Amrita made her Bollywood debut in 1983 with Betaab, a highly successful film, followed up by a number of other successful roles, retiring in 1993 to concentrate on her family life; and has issue, one son and one daughter.
- Nawabzadi Sarah Ali Khan, born 12th September 1994.
- Nawabzada Ibrahim Ali Khan, born in October 2001.
- Shaikh Daulat Khan, married and had issue.
- Shaikh Badal Khan, married and had issue.
- Nawab Fa'iz Talab Khan (qv)
- Ghulam Rasul Khan
- Nawab FA'IZ TALAB KHAN, 1st Nawab of Pataudi 1806/1829, initially he was an ally of the Marathas and Maharaja Scindia made over the pargana of Rohtak for his useful services, though he probably never took possession of it; when the Marathas were crushed at Hindan in 1803, he transferred his allegiance to the Emperor of Delhi, who presented him to Lord Lake, by whom he was employed against Maharaja Holkar; he took part in expeditions against Jaipur and Tonk and kept the Rajputana border quiet, he also took part in the siege of Bharatpur in 1826; married a daughter of Murtaza Khan and sister of Najabat Ali Khan, 1st Nawab of Jhajjar, and had issue. He died 1829 or 1831.
- Nawab Muhammed Akbar Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawab Muhammed Taqi Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawabzada Inayat Ali Khan, married and had issue.
He died 1901.
- Sahibzada Muhammed Hasan Khan
- Sahibzada Ahmad Hasan Khan
- Nawabzada Sadiq Khan, married and had issue. He
- Sahibzada Habib-ul-Rahman Khan, married and had issue.
- Nawabzada Jafar Ali Khan, married and had issue.
He died 1879.
- Sahibzada Muazam Ali Khan
- Sahibzada Wasiat Ali Khan, born 1870, married and had issue.
- Sahibzada Muhammed Fayaz Ali Khan, born 1894.
- Sahibzada Muhammed Hamid Ali Khan
- Sahibzada Muhammed Tahir Ali Khan
- Nawab Muhammed Muzaffar Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawabzada Asghar Ali Khan, he died 1873.
- Nawab Muhammed Mukhtar Husain Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawab Muhammed Mumtaz Husain Ali Khan Bahadur (qv)
- Nawab Muhammed Ibrahim Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawab Muhammed Iftikhar Ali Khan (see below)
- Maj.-Gen. H.E. Nawabzada Muhammed Sher Ali Khan HJ, born 13th May 1913 in Pataudi (#2), educated at Aitchison Chief's College, Lahore; the Prince of Wale's Royal Indian Military College, Dehra Dun and Royal Military College, Sandhurst. He was commissioned into the 7th Light Cavalry in 1933, he subsequently commanded the First battalion of the First Punjab Regiment during the Second World War, following this he served as the Defence Attache of the Indian Armed Forces in Washington DC. He commanded the Parachute Brigade during the 1948-49 Kashmir War in which action he was awarded the Hilal-i-Jurat. He was appointed Adjutant General of the Pakistan Army and later served as the Chief of the General Staff. In 1958 he was appointed Pakistan's High Commissioner to Malaysia and in 1963 as Pakistan's Ambassador to Yugoslavia with concurrent accreditation to Bulgaria. He served as Federal Minister for Information 1967/1969 and National Affairs 1969/1971. He was a member of Pakistan's Polo team for many years, Captain of the all Malaysia Polo team for six years and President of the Malayan Polo Association 1959/1963. He also established the Djakarta Riding/Saddle club and was its first elected President. He taught briefly at Aitchison Chiefs' college and was also Vice Chairman of its Board of Governors. He was the Co-founder and Chairman of the governing body of Vigar-un-Nisa Women's College at Rawalpindi. He was the Author of several books and the recipient of the highest civil awards from governments in Malaysia, Yugoslavia and Indonesia, and was a Dato of the State of Pahang in Malaysia; he married 1stly, 1935, Nawabzadi Jahanara Begum, born 1915, daughter of Nawab Abdus Samad Khan of Najibabad, and his wife, Sahibzadi Aliya Sultan Begum, married 2ndly, Begum Silvat Sher Ali Khan Pataudi, daughter of Mian Ghulam Mueenuddin of Loharu, and had issue, four sons and a daughter. He 29th May 2002 at Lahore, Pakistan. (Sher Manzil, 6, Lawrence Road, Lahore, Pakistan)
- Major General Sahibzada Isfandiyar Ali Khan Pataudi, Commander of the 26th Mechanized Division of the Pakistan Army; Chairman of the Pakistan Polo Association.
- Nawabzadi Shams uz-Zamaan Nafees Begam Sahiba, only daughter, born
1903, married to Nawabzada Captain Maqbool Hussain Quereshi of Multan,
born 1903, died 31st May 1935 in the Quetta
earthquake, and had issue . She died while in
labour, in the Quetta earthquake on 31st May 1935, along with her
husband and an unborn son.
- Gagga Begum Makhdoom Sajjad Hussain Quereshi (Multan)
- Cheena Haseena Bano, Begam Nawab Sadiq Hussain Quereshi (Multan)
- Fajjo Ferozza Begum Ahsan (Lahore)
- Riffo Begum Jamil Nishtar (Peshawar, N.W.F.P.)
- Nawab Muhammed Mansur Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawabzadi Saleha Sultaan Begum Saheba, born 15th January 1940, married Nawab Bashir Yar Jung of the Paigah family, and has issue.
- Nawabzada Saad Bin Jung, born 26th
October 1960 in Delhi.
- Nawabzadi Qudsia Sultaan Begum Saheba
- Nawabzadi Sabiha Sultaan Begum Saheba.
- Nawabzada Saif Ali Khan, he succeeded as Nawab Saif Ali Khan (qv)
- Nawabzadi Saba Ali Khan (Photo), born 1976, Jewellry designer, educated at the British School in Delhi and studied advertising from the Delhi college of Arts, worked in the advertising agency, Lintas, for a couple of months, studied at the Gemological Institute of America from 1997.
- Nawabzadi Soha Ali Khan (Photo),
born 4th October 1978 in New Delhi; educated at The
British School in New Delhi, then studied History at
Balliol College, Oxford University and has a Masters
in International Relations from the London School of
Economics and Political Sciences; she worked for the
Ford Foundation and Citibank and served on the
Advisory Board for a new project of the public
entrepreneur group, Res Publica. She has also
recently modeled for the spring-summer collection of
Globus, an Indian chain of boutique. She made her
acting debut with the Bollywood production Dil Maange More
(2004); married 25th January 2015 in Mumbai, Kunal
Khemu, born 25th May 1983 in Srinagar, an Actor,
educated at Niranjanlal Dalmia High School, Mumbai
and at Amity University, son of Mr. Ravi Kemmu, and
his wife, Mrs. Jyoti Kemmu.
- Two Princesses of Pataudi, married Nawab Sir Shah Nawaz Khan of Mamdot 1883-1942.
- One Princess of Pataudi, married Captain Sheikh Maqbul Hussain, born 1903, died 31st May 1935 in the Quetta earthquake, and had issue, four daughters.