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Wajid ʻAli Shah, King of Oudh, 1822-1887


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    • Shah, Wajid ʻAli, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Vājida Alī Śāha, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Wāzīd ʻĀlī Shāh, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Akhtar, 1822-1887
    • Wajid ʻAli Shah, Nawab of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Vājidaalī Śāha, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Shāh, Vājid ʻAlī, 1822-1887
    • Vājid ʻAlī Shāh, 1822-1887
    • Vāzida Alī Śāha, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Śāha, Vāzida Alī, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Vājidaalīśāha, 1822-1887
    • Vājid ʻAlī Shāh Ak̲h̲tar, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • ‏واجد على شاه اختر،‏ King of Oudh, 1822-1887
    • Wajid Ali Shah Akhtar, King of Oudh, 1822-1887
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        18220730
    • Death Date

        18870921
    • Associated Locale

        (naf) Oudh (Princely State)
    • Gender

        male
    • Associated Language

        urd
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  • Sources

    • found: Varma, P. Vājidaali Śāha ... patana, 1964.
    • found: His Vājid ʻAlī Shāh, 1992.
    • found: Vāzida Alī Śāha, 2006:t.p. (Vāzida Alī Śāha)
    • found: Vājidaalīśāha, 1957.
    • found: Wikipedia, 9 Oct. 2012:under Wajid Ali Shah (Wajid Ali Shah, born 30 July 1822, died 1 September 1887, was the fifth King of Oudh, holding the position from 13 February 1847 to 7 February 1856; elsewhere in article date of death given as 21 Sept. 1887)
    • found: Royal Ark website, 9 Oct. 2012:India, Oudh, genealogy (Muhammad Wajid 'Ali Shah Bahadur, King of Oudh, born at Lucknow, 30th July 1822, died at Matiaburj, Garden Reach, Calcutta, 1 September 1887)
    • found: Azhar, Mirza Ali. King Wajid Ali Shah of Awadh, 1982:p. 192 (King Wajid Ali Shah, born 30 July 1822; [reigned] 1847-1856)
    • found: E-mail from Dr. Rosie Llewellyn-Jones, author of a forthcoming biography of Wajid Ali Shah, 9 Oct. 2012(date of death is definitely 21 Sept. 2012: the king's death in Calcutta was widely reported with telegrams sent from Colonel Prideaux, the Agent with the king, to the Viceroy, the Earl of Dufferin, then at Viceregal Lodge in Shimla; the first telegram from Colonel Prideaux in Calcutta to the governor general in Shimla reads "Urgent. Death at 2.00 am on 21st September", and is followed up throughout the day by several more clearly dated telegrams)
    • found: Suk̲h̲an-i ashraf, 2006:t.p. (Vājid ʻAlī Shāh Ak̲h̲tar = واجد على شاه اختر) add. t.p. (Wajid Ali Shah Akhtar)
  • LC Classification

    • PK2198.W35
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  • Change Notes

    • 1983-04-11: new
    • 2014-07-10: revised
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