Khan Bahadur Mir Yar Muhammad Khan Talpur, s/o Shehzada Sarkar Mir Nabi Bukhsh Khan Talpur
Khan Bahadur Mir Yar Muhammad Khan Talpur s/o Shahzada Sarkar Mir Nabi Bux Khan Talpur was grandson of Sher-i-Sindh Mir Sher Muhammad Khan Talpur, the last head of the State of the independent Sindh. He headed the Talpurs of Mirpur Khas after the death of His Highness Mir Fateh Khan Talpur s/o Sher-i-Sindh Mir Sher Muhammad Khan Talpur. He died in 1936. He participated in political affair of his region and was instrumental in political rise of Sheikh Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah. Hidayatullah, served as the Chief Minister of the Sindh before partition of the Sub-continent and after the creation of Pakistan became its first Governor. KB Mir Yar Muhammad Khan was also the key player in sending Nawab Mir Allahdad Khan Talpur s/o Sarkar Mir Imam Bukhsh Khan Talpur to Indian Legislative Assembly. He himself preferred stay at his village, Tando Mir Sher Muhammad Khan Talpur to deal with the local affairs.
Some documents from archive are annexed below.:
Khan Bahadur Mir Yar Muhammad Khan Talpur (right) and Nawab Mir Allahdad Khan Talpur (left). The photograph appears to have been taken in the first decade of 20th century.
[The photograph above is the original camera picture of KB Mir Yar Muhammad Khan Talpur. More account of his life and times will be posted subject to availability of time and resources - ed.]