Jalaluddin Mirza

Jalaluddin Mirza

Jalaluddin Mirza was a prince of the Mughal Royal Family, Gurkhan-e-Mirza.

Most of his life was spent hiding from the British. He took refuge under the Zamindari Dighapatia family in Natore, Rajshahi. He had four sons and two daughters. His son Mirza Zafar eventually came to be an official in the families' court. He married Humaira Sultan Begum, grand daughter of Bahadur Shah Zafar II and had the heir apparent Mirza Zafar and Mirza Mohinuddin Alam Beg.

His line of descent was the surviving branch of the house of Timur, besides the Delhi line of the Mughal Imperial family. His descendants are sometimes styled as HH The Prince -name- of Bengal, although they were never considered a salute state.s-tul|title=GurkhaneMirzaPrince of the Imperial Mughal Line
Jalaluddin Mirza|years=1864–1876


* The Eighth Section of the Series on the Mutiny in Delhi, "Khwaja Hasan Nizami" [http://www.kapadia.com/TheMutinyinDelhi.html]
* The Rajshahi Shahzada's, "bangladesher raj bongsher Juboraj"
* Natore Listings. " Our Story, 1999 "

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