Frail, soft spoken and laid back, the Rajkumar indeed epitomizes the Nawabi traits. He is the grandson of Hon'ble Maharaja Sir Mohd. Ali Mohd. Khan, K.C.S.I., K.C.I.E., etc, Mumtaz Jung of Mahmoodabad, also the first Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University, who played a very important part in the educational, social and political life of the country, and helped in the struggle for independence at every stage.
His father, Maharaj Kumar Mohd. Mahmood Hasan Khan of Mahmudabad, also was a philanthropist and a congressman who contributed to the success of the Party in U.P. from the 1st Elections in 1952.
It was in such a family background that the Rajkumar was born and brought up. From early childhood he saw the Congress giants walking in and out of his home. On many occassions his home became the privileged venue where Pandit Nehru, Pandit G. B. Pant, Dr. Sampurnanand Hafiz, Mohammad Ibrahim and Rafi Ahmad Kidwai took decisions which became History.
He has been providing education to those for whom education is inaccessible. The Prince is also a celebrated connoiseur of Mughal cuisine ...