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Mirza Muhammad Fakhroo

Mirza Fakhru
Crown Prince of the Mughal Empire
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Mirza Muhamed Sultan Sutteh ud-Mulk Shah, the Heir Apparent
Born1816-18
Red Fort, Delhi, Mughal Empire, now India
Died10 July 1856 (aged 38-40)
Red Fort, Delhi, Mughal Empire, now India
SpouseRaffat Sultan Begum
Wazir Khanum
IssueMirza Abu Bakht
Mirza Fakhrunda Jamal
Daagh Dehlvi (stepson)
Full name
Fath ul-Mulk, Shahzada Mirza Muhammad Sultan Shah, Firuz Jang, Wali Ahd Bahadur
HouseTimurid
FatherBahadur Shah II
MotherRahim Buksh Bai Begum

Shahzada Mirza Fath-ul-Mulk Bahadur also known as Mirza Fakhru (c. 1816 or 1818 - 10 July 1856) was the last Crown Prince of the Mughal Empire.

Biography

A senior Prince of the Mughal Royal Family, he was the son of Bahadur Shah Zafar, the last Mughal Emperor, through his wife Rahim Bukhsh Bai Begum.[1][2]

Fath-ul-Mulk was named Crown Prince in 1853. However he predeceased his father, dying of cholera in 1856. Other sources suggest that he was poisoned.

Family

Fath-ul-Mulk was an older brother of Prince Mirza Mughal and the younger brother of former Crown Prince Mirza Dara Bakht.

Fath-ul-Mulk married several wives and was the father of several children. Among his wives was Wazir Khanum, daughter of a rich jeweller and a well-known beauty of the time. Wazir Khanum had previously been married to Shamshuddin, Nawab of Ferozepur Jhirka, a relative and close friend of Mirza Ghalib, and she had borne Nawab Shamshuddin a son, the noted poet Dagh Dehlvi. After the Nawab was hanged for plotting and paying for the murder of British officer William Fraser, Wazir Khanum married Fath-ul-Mulk, and he thus became the step-father of Dagh Dehlvi, who would later became a famous poet.

Among Fath-ul-Mulk's own sons were Mirza Abu Bakht and Mirza Fakhrunda Jamal. Among his daughters was Sikander Jehan Begum, who was married to a sufi mystic and became the mother of two daughters and a son, Mirza Qutb-e-Alam.

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External links

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