The Indian Biographical Dictionary (1915)/Gulam Muhammad Ali Khan Bahadur Sir Umdat-ul-Umara, Amir-ul-Umara, Siraj-ul-Umara

Gulam Muhammad Ali Khan Bahadur Sir Umdat-ul-Umara, Amir-ul-Umara, Siraj-ul-Umara, Madar-ul-Mulk, Azim-ud-Doula, Doul, Asar-Daul-Inglaz, Nawab Azim Jah, Amir-i-Arcot, K.C.I.E. (1909); Prince of Arcot, Madras; s. of the late Sir Muhammad Munawar Ali Khan Bahadur: b. 1862; educ; Newington Court of Wards Institution, Madras; is the premier Muhammudan nobleman of Southern India; was a Member, Madras Legislative Council, 1904-06; is now a Member, Imperial Legislative Council; is a patron of the Madras Cosmopolitan Club; Life Member, South Indian Athletic Association, Madras; President, Madras branch of the All-India Moslem League; Claims descent from Anwarud-Din, who was made Nawab of the Carnatic by the Nizam of Hyderabad (Deccan); is the great grandson of Azim Jah; is the 4th in succession to the title of ‘Prince of Arcot’ granted to Azim Jah, 1870. Address: Amir Mahal, Pycroft’s Road, Triplicane, Madras, India.