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Far East Kingdoms

South Asia

 

 

 

FeatureOudh (Awadh)
AD 1722 - 1856

The nawabs of Oudh later became kings.

1722 - 1739

Sa'adat Khan Burhan al Mulk

1739 - 1754

Abu Mansur Khan Safdar Jang

1754 - 1775

Haydar Shuja ad Dawla

1775 - 1797

Āsaf ad Dawla

1797 - 1798

Wazir Ali

Died 1817.

1798 - 1814

Sa'adat Ali Khan

1814 - 1827

Haydar I Ghazi ad Din

King from 1819.

1827 - 1837

Haydar II Sulayman Jah

1837 - 1842

Muhammad Ali Mu'in ad Din

1842 - 1847

Amjad Ali Thurayya Jah

1847 - 1856

Wajid Alī

Deposed by British (d.1887).

1857 - 1858

Oudh is annexed to British India during the Indian Mutiny (or Great Sepoy Rebellion).

1857

Barjis Qadir

During the mutiny.

1858 - 1947

Direct British rule follows the mutiny through a series of British Viceroys.