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Muhammed Daoud Pashtunyar Khan

Muhammed Nadir Khan
Prince of Afghanistan
Born (1949-04-14) 14 April 1949
Kabul, Afghanistan
Spouse Fatima Begum
Issue Prince Duran Daud Khan
Princess Noal Khanum
House House of Barakzai
Father Mohammed Zahir Shah
Mother Humaira Begum
Religion Sunni Islam

Prince Muhammad Daud Pashtunyar Khan is the seventh child of Mohammed Zahir Shah, the last king of Afghanistan.

He was born at the Arg-i-Shahi, in Kabul on 14 April 1949 and was educated in the Istiqlal School at Kabul.

On 2 February 1973, he married Princess Fatima Begum (Fatima Aref Zaher, daughter of General Muhammad Aref Khan, former Afghan Ambassador to the USSR by his wife Amina Begum), and they have two children:

  • Prince Duran Daud Khan (b. 1974) is a Consultant at GTZ Investments in Sharjah.



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