Saadat Ali Khan

Saadat Ali Khan

Yamin-ud-daula-Nawab Saadat Ali Khan (1752-1814) was allegedly the son of Asaf-Ud-Dowlah. Saadat-Ali-Khan was crowned on 21 January 1798 at Bibiyapur Palace in Lucknow, by Sir John Shore. He gave half of Awadh to the British in 1801.

He had a palace called Dilkusha Kothi designed and built by Sir Gore Ouseley in 1805. [] accessed September 10th 2007]

Nawab Saadat Ali Khan died in 1814 and he was buried with his wife 'Khursheed Zadi' in the twin Tombs of Qaiserbagh.


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