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FORMER RULERS OF THE STATE OF BAHAWALPUR.


NAWAB MUHAMMAD BAHAWAL KHAN ABBASSI (I)


Founder of the State of Bahawalpur
Year of Birth: 1715
Year of Accession: 1746
Year of Death: 1749
Years of Governance: 4
Buried at: Maluk Shah Bahawalpur

His Highness Suggested to make his Capital three miles away from the border of the Sutlej River. He put up a strong wall around the city and took shelter. In 1748 he suggested Bahawalpur as the name of the city.


NAWAB MUHAMMAD ABBASS KHAN ABBASSI


First Aamir of Bahawalpur
Date of Birth: March 22, 1924
Date of Death: April 14, 1988
He was the Governor of Punjab in 1974 during the Government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. During the Government of Zia-Ul-Haq He was the Federal Minister of religious affairs. After the Death of Abbass Khan Abbassi the Abbassi clan from Hazrat Abbass the uncle of Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H) to thousands of years started its downfall.




NAWAB MUHAMMAD MUBARIK KHAN ABBASSI



Third Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Year of Death: 1772
Year of Accession: 1749
Years of Governance: 24
Buried at: Maluk Shah Bahawalpur


His Highness laid the foundation of Mubarikpur City in 1757 and Ahmapur East in 1858. In 1762 he militated and conquered Gerhi Ikhtiyar Khan. He put up a canal for the people of that area and announced that the person who has never left his prayer of TAHAJUD will inaugurate it. But His Highness inaugurated it himself because no one was found.

NAWAB MUHAMMAD BAHAWAL KHAN ABBASSI




Fourth Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Year of Birth: 1752
Year of Death: 1809
Year of Accession: 1772
Years of Governance: 37


During the governance of Sikhs the circumstances of Punjab were going towards war. Bahawalpur was also attacked by its native governments. In 1779 King Taimur attacked against Bahawalpur and Derawar Fort.




NAWAB SADIQ MUHAMMAD KHAN ABBASSI






Fifth Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Year of Birth: 1780
Year of Death: 1825
Year of Accession: 1805
Years of Governance: 17

In 1816 Shah Shujah was extruded by his brothers from Kabul and King Ranjeet Singh tried to fallacy. But Shah Shujah arrived at Bahawalpur and desired help from His Highness. Nawab sent a tidy squad of Army with him and with the help of Bahawalpur Shujah-Ul-Mulk again conquered Dera Ghazi Khan.
NAWAB MUHAMMAD BAHAWAL KHAN ABBASSI


Sixth Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Year of Birth: 1797
Year of Death: 1852
Year of Accession: 1825
Years of Governance: 28


King Ranjeet Singh accredited General Mentora to attack on Bahawalpur and the Belongings of Bahawalpur including Sahiwal, Multan, Muzzafargerh and Dera Ghazi Khan were occupied by King Ranjeet Singh. Governor General Hind Lord warned Ranjeet Singh to avoid military attack against Bahawalpur.
NAWAB SADIQ MUHAMMAD KHAN ABBASSI




Seventh Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Also Famous by the Name: Saadat Yar Khan Abbassi
Year of Death: 1853
Date of Accession: OCT 9, 1852
Months Of Governance: 4


Due to the danger of insurgence He captivated his brother Hajji Khan in Fatihgerh Fort. The people were displeased Because of this step of Nawab. Behram Khan Chandiyo and Khuda Bakhsh Balani arrived at Fatihgerh Fort on eighth of February 1853 and got him out of there in darkness on a camel.




NAWAB RAHIM YAR KHAN ABBASSI (IV)



Ninth Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Year of Birth: 1873
Date of Death: March 25, 1866
Date of Accession: OCT 13, 1858


Immediately after his death insurgence started. Nawab was suspecting that a servant of the palace was planning and dreaming the death of Nawab Gull Muhammad Khan. His Highness took the advice of Makhdom Syed Rajan Baksh and ordered him to leave the State through Behram Khan in 1961.


NAWAB SIR SADIQ MUHAMMAD KHAN ABBASSI (V)



Twelveth Ruler of the State of Bahawalpur
Date of Birth: Sep 30, 1904
Date of Death: May 24, 1966
Date of Accession: March 8, 1924
Moments of his life.
Total years: 60 Years 7 Months 24 Days.
Total Days: 22,137 Thousands.
Total Hours: 5, 77,288 Hours.
Total Minutes: 3, 18, 77000 Minutes.




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