AGA JHANGI SHAH
"He was the son of Imam Hasan Ali Shah. Marium Khanum, also called Khanum Baji, who died on May 21, 1894 was the third wife of Imam Hasan Ali Shah. She was the mother of Aga Jhangi Shah and Bibi Saheba, the wife of Suleman Khan.
Aga Jhangi Shah was also the father-in-law of Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah. He had two wives. The first died very soon, who was the mother of Zain al-Abidin Shah (d. 1894), who married to Malik Taj; and his daughter was Haji Bibi, the wife of Muchul Shah (d. 1903). The second wife of Aga Jhangi Shah was Khadija, who was the mother of Aga Shamsuddin Shah (d. 1901) and Shah Abbas (d. 1896), and a daughter, Shahzadi Begum, the wife of Imam Sultan Muhammad Shah.
Aga Jhangi Shah resided in the bungalow at Mount Road, Bombay. He and Akbar Shah looked after the estates of the Imam soon after the death of Imam Aga Ali Shah in 1885. In 1893, the Imam summoned them and said, "I want to register all the properties in my name with the Collector and Municipal offices the estates of my grandfather inherited by my father, and those estates which came to my hand after my father's death." Both of them agreed and said that it was reasonable. On that time, Kassim Musa, the estate manager was also present. Thus, the registration of the documents took place in 1893. Aga Jhangi Shah was killed at Jeddah on June 1, 1898 with his son while they were returning from hajj. He had three sons, Zayn al-Abidin Shah, Shamsuddin Shah and Shah Abbas and two daughters, Haji Bibi and Shahzadi Begum.