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" Jahangir, by general consent Shah Jahan was proclaimed at Lahore, and the khutba was read in his name. Dawar Bakhsh, whom the supporters of Shah Jahan had deemed it advisable to set up in order to... "
The Peacock Throne: The Drama of Mogul India - Page 85
by Waldemar Hansen - 1986 - 560 pages
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 6

John Dowson - India - 1875
...effect that it would be well if Dawar Bakhsh the son, and (Shahriyar) the useless brother,1 of Khusru, and the sons of Prince Daniyal, were all sent out of the world. * * On the 2nd Jumada-1 awwal, 1037 AH, agreeing with 10th Bahman, in the twenty-second year of the...
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The History of India, as Told by Its Own Historians: The ..., Volume 6

John Dowson - India - 1875
...effect that it would be well if Dawar Bakhsh the SOD, and (Shahriyar) the useless brother, 1 of Khusrii, and the sons of Prince Daniyal, were all sent out of the world. * * On tin2nd Jumada-1 awwal, 1037 AH, agreeing with 10th Bahman, in the twenty-second year of the...
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Nur Jahan: Empress of Mughal India

Ellison Banks Findly - History - 1993 - 424 pages
...effect that it would be well if Dawar Bakhsh the son, and (Shahriyar) the useless brother, of Khusru, and the sons of Prince Daniyal, were all sent out of the world."103 With this, he was convinced, all possible competition for the throne would be gone.104 January...
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