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Monarchies around the world - VIII. Southern Asia - 57. Kingdom of Hyderabad

Established: 1724 from the Mughal Empire, 1798 as British protectorate
Status: Deposed - Indian invasion - 1948
Royal house: House of Asaf Jah
Last monarch: Sir Osman Ali Khan GCSI, GBE, GCStJ (1886-1967), styled His Exalted Highness The Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar, ruled between 1911 and 1948, married and had issue
Head and current claimant
: His grandson Barkat Ali Khan Mukarram Jah (b. October 6th, 1933, succeeded his grandfather in 1967), married and has issue
Heir: His son HEH Prince Azmet, Prince of Berar (b. 1960), married Zeynep Naz Guvendiren in 1996
Succession laws: Agnatic primogeniture
Highest order -
Faith: Sunni Islam
Crown jewels: -
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Located in central India, the Kingdom of Hyderabad was established in 1724 from a weakened Mughal Empire by Qamar-ud-din Khan, Niizam-al-Mulk, in 1724. During the 18th century, Hyderabad enjoyed terrrial expansion, eventually controlling most of Central India (in addition to neighboring Berar, formally a separate territory under the Nizam’s rule), although it often engaged in continous warfare with the Maratha Empire. Weakened by war, and the increasing European presence in India, the Nizam of Hyderabad accepted protection of the British East India Company in 1798.

Hyderabad sided with the British during the Indian Uprising of 1857. After the British Crown assumed direct control over India, Hyderabad mantained its importance, as the largest (and richest) of the Princely States in India, and the senior-most salute state, the Nizam being entitled to a 21-gun salute. The state experienced great development, with its own army, its own currency, telecommunications and railway network.

After the partition of India in 1947, Nizam Osman Ali Khan decided for the independence of Hyderabad. This was rejected by the newly formed Union of India, and in September 1948, India launched an invasion of Hyderabad, against an agreement signed in late 1947. With an outnumbered army, facing hostile forces from all sides and abandoned by both the British Labour government and the UN, Hyderabad fell to the Indians in a matter of days. The Nizam was deposed, and the state was annexed by India.

Pictured: 1. Detail from a map of British India showing Hyderabad and Berar, ruled by Nizam in personal union | 2. His Exalted Highness Sir Mir Osman Ali Khan Asaf Jah VII, Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar in 1926 | 3. His Exalted Highness Prince Mukarram Jah, Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar, with his mother Her Imperial and Exalted Highness Dürrüh Shehvar, Princess of Berar, Princess Imperial of the Ottoman Empire, 1934

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