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ضد ابہام صفحات کے لیے معاونت زیر نظر مضمون برطانوی ہندوستان کا لقب کے بارے میں ہے۔ دیگر استعمالات کے لیے کے لیے خان (ضد ابہام) دیکھیے۔
تمغائے خان صاحب
DMRajaKhanSahibMedal.jpg
عطا کردہ Viceroy & Governor-General of India on behalf of the British Indian Government
قسم Civil decoration
اہلیت Muslim, Parsi and Jewish Commonwealth subjects of British India
عطا برائے عوامی خدمات
درجہ 1947ء میں ختم کر دیا گیا
عرفیت KS
شماریات
آخری بار 1947ء
کم تر
برتر خان بہادر (لقب)
مساوی راے صاحب (ہندوؤں کے لیے)
اگلا (کمتر) خان
فائل:Sanad of Khan Sahib D M Raja.JPG
Sanad (Citation) conferring the title of Khan Sahib to Dossabhoy Muncherji Raja

خان صاحب (بنگالی زبان: খাঁন সাহিব، ہندی زبان: ख़ान साहिब، اردو: سانچہ:URDU) – ایک خان (رہنما) اور صاحب (استاد) کا مرکب رسمی لقب تھا حو برطانوی راج کی طرف سے مسلمان، پارسی اور یہودی عوام میں سے اعلیٰ عوامی خدمات پر احتراماً یا ازراہ عنایت دیا جاتا تھا۔[1] یہ خان سے ایک درجہ برتر لقب تھا

صاحب القاب[ترمیم]

تاریخ وار فہرست۔

  • جون،1917, سید نزیر حسین، شملہ۔
  • 1918, پر سید کریم شاہ شور کوٹ via letter from Viceroy Barnes Court Simla۔ Original letter and Parchment document still available (3 جون 1918)۔
  • 1919, منشی فرزاد علی (medal, 3 جون 1919)
  • 1920, Rana Talia Muhammad Khan for meritorious services (later awarded higher title of "Khan Bahadur")
  • 1921, Mohammad wali jaun(john)
  • 1922, Ghias-ud-din Saiyid Abdul Karim Sahib inspector general awarded title of Khan shahib.
  • 1926, shah muhammad abdul hakeem faridi superitendent kotadowar awarded title of Khan shahib.
  • 1923, Mehr Abadan, Founder of Zimindara High School Dasua Lyallpur District, Punjab
  • 1924, Khan Sahib Abdur Rab Choudhury for his outstanding services in the field of education in British India.
  • 1925, Muhammad Salim 'Ali Adviser on Arab affairs in Aden (later awarded higher title of "Khan Bahadur")
  • 2 جنوری 1925, (Ali Ibrahim Lukman ) Advisor on Arab Affairs and Administration in Aden, Awarded the title 'Khan Bahadur'
  • 1925, Manadath Kunju Khader Pillai Municipal President of Alwaye, Madras State, was awarded the title of Khan Sahib for his meritorious service during the great flood of 1925.
  • 1926, Khan Sahib Chaudhri Khair-Ud-Din (Later Khan Bahadur)، Superintendent Central Jail, Lahore, Punjab.
  • 1925, Khan Bahadur Aga Syed Hussain, then Governor of Kashmir,later the First Muslim Minister to Maharaja ہری سنگھ in the Dogra Rule,awarded for his meritorious services (later awarded the higher title of Khan Bahadur) and Thakkar
  • 1926, Khan Sahib Ghulam Ahmed Khan, Bar at Law University of London was awarded Khan Sahib title for his services in Law.
  • 1928, Alhaj Ghulam Muhammad Khan son of Khan Naurang Khan, an elder of Spin Gund faction of لکی مروت was awarded this title for streamlining cordial relationship between the مملکت متحدہ and hostile Spin Gund tribe of لکی مروت۔ The Deputy Commissioner/Collector of District بنوں/Edwardabad at that time اکبر (عہدہ) A.E.D. Parton had to send his medal and Sanad through a messenger as he declined to attend the public awarding ceremony at Deputy Commissioner's Office in بنوں۔
  • 1929, Khan Bahadur General Fateh Naseeb Khan (Alwar State Forces)[2]
  • 1930, Khan Sahib Musharraf Hossain, Inspector of Schools, Dacca Division, of Kashba Majail, Pangsha, Faridpur.[3]
  • 1931, Khan Bahadur Sheikh Amir Ali, Deputy superintendent of Police, Punjab of Bhera got the title of "KHAN SAHIB" by the 32nd Viceroy and Governor General of India as a personal distinction(later awarded higher title of "Khan Bahadur")
  • 1931, Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan of Jamalpur for public service spanning 30 years by the 32nd Viceroy and Governor-General of India, فریمین فریمین-تھامس[4]
  • 1932, Syed Ahmed Rashid for his outstanding services in the field of sports and social activities in India.
  • 1933, Dossabhoy Muncherji Raja
  • 1933, Muhammad Hassan Marri, son of sharbat khan Marri from Mirpurkhas, Sindh
  • 1933, Maulvi Sayid Shah Rahmatullah، Inspector of Police Bihar and Orissa, was conferred the title of Khan Sahib by the Viceroy and Governor General of India; Lord Willingdon in 1933 for his exemplary Public Service.
  • 1934, میر افضل خان، Deputy Superintendent of Police, for meritorious police services awarded by the 22nd Viceroy and Governor-General of India, فریمین فریمین-تھامس[5]
  • 1934, Ghulam Hyder Khan Orakzai، Extra Assistant Commissioner,Baluchistan ۔(جون 4, 1934)
  • 1935, Zaildar Mian Noor Ahmad Bhatti for his loyalty, goodwill, services and being the most enlightened men in Punjab.
  • 1935, Maulavi Muhammad Najiff, Businessman and Zamindar of Nagaon, Assam was awarded the title of Khan Sahib for his contribution towards the society.
  • 1935, Malik Ghulam Hussain, Musaufi, Kalat State, Mastung. (نومبر 19, 1935)
  • 1895, Shah mirza son of gilgit awarded khan sahib title relief of chitral
  • 1939, Moulavi Huosain Reza, Inspector of police, Bengal presidency Kolkata, was recipient of award KHAN SAHIB
  • 1939, Khan Sahib Bazlul Karim
  • 1937, S.M Ghulam Haider Khan, Swat Levies North west frontier province.
  • 1939, Jalal ud din Jalal Baba for his services in Hazara district and displaying leadership qualities.
  • 1939, Maulana Nurul Huda (Patna Region)
  • 1940, To Sahibzada Khurshid Ali Khan in recognition of services for the British Indian government. He served in the British foreign service in the 1940s. He was from wayanwali sharif, distt. Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan.He resigned from British foreign service in 1947 on the request of Mohammad Ali Jinnah conveyed to him by Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan. Then he was appointed as the High Commissioner of Pakistan in Iraq and at that time Raja Ghazanfar Ali Khan was appointed High Commissioner in Iran who was a very close companion of Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
  • 1941, Maulvi Mahammad Roufique, Chairman, Nowgaon local board, Assam recipient of award KHAN SAHIB and he is also recipient of the title KHAN BAHADUR on 1 جنوری 1945.
  • 1941, Lt Colonel/Khan Bahadur Muhammad Hassan Khan(Late)، 1st Muslim Army Officer who was appointed by Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah as 1st Director General Survey of Pakistan, belongs to village Domeli(now RasulPur Jali) near Jhelum. He served in the British Royal Army as well as in Pakistan Army in the Magnificent 4th Bn of Engineer Regiment. One of the most courageous and generous officers who fought in World War I & II. Later he was also given the title of Khan Bahadur. Because of him Pakistan occupied 3871 Square KM more during partition through the Red Cliff award. Died on 21 Dec 1948. Father of Lt Colonel Qurban Hassan Khan(Late) 18 PMA Long Course, Chief Instructor ISI, later Advisor to the Prime Minister UAE and has the honor of having third Generation in Pakistan Army, where his Grand son Lt Colonel Faisal Hassan Khan(90 PMA)، whose parent unit is 24 Punjab Regiment presently serving in Military Intelligence.
  • 1941, Mohsinuddin Khan Kakarzai, Municipal Medical Officer of Health, Budaun, United Provinces, recipient of award KHAN SAHIB [6] l
  • 1942, خان محمد خان
  • 1943, حافظ احمد (جون 2, 1943)
  • 1944, Sheikh Jan Mohammad
  • 1944, خان صاحب غلام احمد خان شیروانی
  • 1943, مولوی عبد الکلیم
  • 1945, سید احمد قادری
  • 1945, قاضی ظفر حسین
  • 1945, Syed Mohammed Zakaria from Central Indian Police Service was awarded the title of Khan Sahib in recognition of his distinguished service to the British Empire.
  • 1946, قاضی محمد یقین، Longest-serving mayor of Palwal, For his services to the crown
  • 1946, Choudhary Daswandi Khan Virk, World War Warrior, Superintendent of Police, Lasbela, Resident of Village Virk, Distt. Sialkot, Father of Ch Zafar Iqbal Virk, Ch Khizer Iqbal Virk, Ch Mehmood Iqbal Virk and Ch Javed Iqbal Virk (former candidate of MNA Tehsil Pasrur)[7]
  • 1946, Pallonji Nusserwanji Panthaky, for charitable work in Karauli, Rajasthan.[8]
  • 1946, Al Haj Ahmed Salman Al Ostath from Kuwait, received the title of Khan Sahib as a personal distinction.
  • 1946, M Syed Imam Diwan of Baganapalli received it on 13 جون 1946. Received the title as a personal distinction. Father of Mr Syed Akbar.
  • New Delhi The 1st جنوری 1946, Received The Title of KHAN SAHIB Medal And Sanad (MIAN GHULAM MOHIYUDDIN) Indian Trader Kabul Afghanistan. as a Personal Distinction By Viceroy of India.
  • 1947, Khan Sahib Adam Khan from Karachi, received the title of Khan Sahib as a personal distinction from Great Britain.
  • 1947, Mirza Ismail Baig from Bombay, received the title of Khan Sahib from Lady Mountbatten.

مزید دیکھیے[ترمیم]

حوالہ جات[ترمیم]

  1. Joan G. Roland۔ The Jewish communities of India۔ Transaction Publishers۔ صفحہ 35۔ آئی ایس بی این 0-7658-0439-5۔ اخذ شدہ بتاریخ 2012-07-14۔
  2. Various (15 مارچ 2007)۔ Alwar State List of Leading Officials, Nobles and Personages۔ Potter Press۔ صفحہ 4۔ آئی ایس بی این 1-4067-3137-4۔
  3. The Bengal Civil List (Published annually) Part II – List of Persons in Bengal Holding Titles Conferred or Recognized by His Excellency The Viceroy Page 447
  4. Azam, K.M.، Hayat-e-Sadeed: Bani-e-Dar ul Islam Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan (A Righteous Life: Founder of Dar ul Islam Chaudhry Niaz Ali Khan)، Lahore: Nashriyat, 2010 (583 pp.، Urdu) ISBN 978-969-8983-58-1
  5. ۔ Ittefaq.Com۔ 2009-10-30 https://web.archive.org/web/20111002201013/http://www.ittefaq.com/issues/2009/10/30/news0121.htm۔ مورخہ اکتوبر 2, 2011 کو اصل سے آرکائیو شدہ۔ اخذ شدہ بتاریخ 2011-10-17۔ |title= غیر موجود یا خالی ہے (معاونت)
  6. List of Recipients of this award for that year is available in Asia and Africa Studies Reading Room at the British Library in London near St. Pancras. This list was published in The Gazette of India Extraordinary. Dated جون 12, 1941.
  7. Iqbal Ahmad Rashid (2004-03-06)۔ "Maulana Zafar Ali Khan"۔ storyofpakistan۔ اخذ شدہ بتاریخ 2012-01-01۔
  8. Kerbanoo Panthaky

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