The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Dacca, Nawab of; Hon’ble Sir Khwaja Salim-ul-lah Bahadur

Dacca, Nawab of; Hon’ble Sir Khwaja Salim-ul-lah Bahadur K.C.S.I. (1909), Nawab Bahadur (1903); G.C.S.I.E. (1911): s. of Khwaja Sir Abson-ul-lah Khan; a great friend of the Bristish Government and wields considerable influence with his Co-religionists; was a Member of the Legislative Council of Eastern Bengal and Assam. The bounder of the faimly was Khwaja Abdul Hakim. He came from Kashmir and secured influence in the Court of Delhi. After the downfall of the Moghul Empire he settled himself in Sylhet and Commenced mercantile business. The present Nawab is the 3rd in succession to Khwaja Abdul Hakim, and has been managing the estate with great Care Addrees: Dacca, Bengal Presy. India.