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|Abdul Ghafur Muhiuddin Shah|
عبد الغفور محى الدين شاه
|Sultan of Pahang|
|Predecessor||Ahmad Shah II|
|Successor||Alauddin Riayat Shah|
|Died||16 August 1614|
|Spouse||Raja Putri Zohra, daughter of Saiful Rijal of Brunei|
Paduka Sri Sultanah Alam Shah or Ratu Ungu of Pattani
|Father||Abdul Kadir Alauddin Shah|
Sultan Abdul Ghafur Muhiuddin Shah ibni Almarhum Sultan Abdul Kadir Alauddin Shah (died 16 August 1614) is the 12th Sultan of Pahang who reigned from 1592 to 1614. Known as Raja Abdul Ghafur before his accession, he is the eldest son of the 10th Sultan of Pahang, Abdul Kadir Alauddin Shah by a junior wife. He was appointed as regent for his younger half-brother of a royal mother, Ahmad Shah II after the death of their father in 1590. He subsequently deposed his charge and assumed power two years later.
In 1612, he fled to Jelai, Pattani following a rebellion led by his younger son, Raja Alauddin. He returned to Pahang in 1614 only to be poisoned along with his eldest son and heir at Kuala Pahang. He was buried in Chandong Cemetery, Pekan and styled Marhum Pahang after his death, having had issue one son and one daughter by his Royal wives, and ten other children by commoners.
In popular culture
Raja Abdul Ghafur was played by Jesdaporn Pholdee in the 2008 Thai movie Queens of Langkasuka. He was depicted in the movie as the fiancé of Princess Ungu who came to defend Pattani during the reign of Ratu Hijau.
- Buyers, Christopher (2009), Royal Ark
Abdul Ghafur Muhiuddin Shah of Pahang
House of MalaccaDied: 1614
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