Princess Dürrühsehvar, Princess of Berar; Caliph Abdulmecid Khan II of Ottoman Empire and Nawab Azam Jah, Prince of Berar. Abdulmecid II (29 May 1868 – 23 August 1944) was the last Caliph of Islam from the Ottoman Dynasty, nominally the 37th Head of the Ottoman Imperial House from 1922 to 1924. His name has various alternate spellings, including Abdul Mejid, Aakhir Khalifatul Muslimeen Sultan Abd-ul-Mejid and Abdul Medjit.
HIH Princess Durr e Shehvar (b 26 January 1914). Upon exile to France in 1924, she was sought by the Shah of Persia (Reza Shah Pahlavi), King Fuad I of Egypt, and by Prince Azam Jah of Hyderabad (whom she married in Nice, France in 1931) as a bride. She lived between Hyderabad and London where she died on 7 Feb 2006.
After the death of Osman Ali government offered 160 Nizam 's heirs to redeem their entire collection , but those are not satisfied with the price . In 1979, the collection was nearly put up for auction. As a result of the treasures could be in the hands of foreign owners . However , the administration of the National Museum has made in the Supreme Court ban on his holding . It was only in 1995 , the collection was finally acquired by the state for 2.18 billion rupees.