Category:Humaira Begum

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Humaira Begum (it); হুমাইরা বেগম (bn); Homeira Begum (fr); Хумайра Бегум (ru); Humaira Begum (cy); Humaira Begum (ga); حميرا بېګم (ps); 胡美拉·貝甘 (zh); ملکه حمیرا (fa); Humaira Begum (de); ホマイラ・ベグム (ja); Humaira Begum (id); הומיירא ביגום (he); สมเด็จพระราชินีฮุไมรา เบกุมแห่งอัฟกานิสถาน (th); Homajra Begum (pl); Humaira Begum (nb); Humaira Begum (nl); Humaira Begum (es); हुमायरा बेगम (hi); Хөмәйрә Бигүм (tt); حمیرا بیگم (ur); Humaira Begum (en); حميراء بيغوم (ar); Humaira Begum (sv); உமைரா பேகம் (ta) супруга короля Афганистана Мухаммеда Захир-шаха (ru); consorte afganistana (1918–2002) (ast); afghanische Ehefrau von Mohammed Sahir Schah (de); Reina consorte de Afganistán (1933-1973) (es); Queen consort of Afghanistan (en); gemalin uit Afghanistan (1918-2002) (nl); gemalinne av Afghanistans konge Zahir Shah (nb); ஆப்கானித்தான் இராச்சியத்தின் கடைசி இராணி (ta) Homaira (en); ملکه حمېرا (ps); חמיראא בגום (he); Humaira Begum Schah (de)
Humaira Begum 
Queen consort of Afghanistan
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Name in native languageحميرا بېگم
Date of birth27 July 1918
Kabul
Date of death26 June 2002
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  • Ahmad Shah Khan
  • Muhammed Nadir Khan
  • Prince Muhammed Daoud Pashtunyar Khan
  • Muhammed Akbar Khan, Crown Prince of Afghanistan
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