- Mir Jumla
Mir Jumla (Urdu: مير جملا) may refer to:
- Mir Jumla I or Mir Muhammad Amin of Shahristan (died 1637 CE) (During the Reigns of Jahangir and Shah Jahan)
- Mir Jumla II or Mir Muhammad Saeed of Ardestan (died 1663 CE) (During the Reign of Aurangzeb)
- Mir Jumla III or Ubaidullah, son of Mir Muhammad Wafa of Samarkand(died 1731 CE) (During the Reigns of Farrukhsiyar and Muhammad Shah), Died of malaria.
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