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|Died||4 December 1997 (aged 71)|
|Alma mater||University of Agra|
Khaliq Ahmad Nizami (1925–1997) was an Indian historian and diplomat.
Early life and education
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Nizami was born in Amroha, United Provinces, British India. He completed his M.A. in history in 1945, from Meerut College, then affiliated to University of Agra, and he was awarded the LL.B. degree by the same university.
He joined Aligarh Muslim University, in the Department of History, in 1947. He was a professor there for several years and later served as vice-chancellor (acting) from 3 January 1974 to 30 August 1974. He also served as the dean of the university's Department of History from 3 July 1977 to 30 July 1980. The K. A. Nizami Centre for Quranic Studies at the university is named after him.
He was India's ambassador to Syria from 1975 to 1977.
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- Some Aspects Of Religion And Politics In India During The 13th Century
- Medieval India: A Miscellany
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- "Vice President Inaugurates Prof K.A. Nizami Centre for Quranic Studies in Aligarh Muslim University".