Zahir Yar Jung Bahadur

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Amir-i-Paigah-i-Asman Jahi Zahir Yar Jung Bahadur
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Nawab Muhammad Zahir uddin Khan Bahadur

basheerbagh palace
Died16 December 1968
Resting placePaigah Tombs
Notable work
16 December 1968
TitleAmir-i-Paigah-i-Asman Jahi
PredecessorNawab Moin-Ud-Daula Bahadur Asman Jahi
Spouse(s)Sahibzadi Hashmat unnisa Begum
ChildrenNawab Wali ud-din Khan Bahadur, Waliyat Jang
  • Nawab Moin-Ud-Daula Bahadur Asman Jahi (father)
FamilyHouse of Paigah

Amir-i-Paigah-i-Asman Jahi, Nawab Muhammad Zahir ud-din Khan Bahadur, Zahir Yar Jung Bahadur was born in 1910 in Basheer Bagh Palace to Nawab Moin-Ud-Daula Bahadur Asman Jahi, Nawab Muhammad Zahir ud-din Khan Bahadur was the last Amir of Paigah family, Grand son of H.E Asman Jah Bahadur he was educated at Nizam College, Osmania University he completed his BA in 1934. Zahir Yar Jung was a member of the executive Council of H.E.H. the Nizam of Hyderabad.

Zaheerabad a noted town in Sangareddy distirct of Telangana also named after Nawab Zaheer Yar Jung Bahadur

Paigah Amirs held the honorary morchal (standard) behind the Nizam,


  • Central Provinces Civil Service 1938
  • MEC 1944, Minister for Posts and Telegraphs, Telecommunications
  • Agent-General at New Delhi 1947-1948
  • Presdt All-India Educational Conference at Aligarh 1943
  • Author of “Khutba e Sadarat Yadgar e Jashn e Elan Khudmukhtari

Personal Life

Nawab Muhammad Zahir ud-din Khan was Married to Sahibzadi Hashmat unnisa Begum Daughter of H.E. Wali ud-Daula bahadur, he had one son and one daughter Nawab Wali ud-din Khan Bahadur, Waliyat Jang.

Zaheer Yar Jung Had 14 brothers and 8 sisters


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