| name =
Sikandar Jah, Nizam III
| title = The III Nizam of [[Hyderabad state]]
| image =
| successor = Mir Farqunda Ali Khan
| consort =
| issue = 10
sons 9 Daughters
| royal house =
| royal anthem =
| father = [[Ali Khan Asaf Jah II]]
| mother = Tahniat un-nisa Begum
| date of birth = [[
11th November]] []
| place of birth = Chow Mahalla palace (khilwat)
| date of death = [[
21st May]], []
| place of death =
| place of burial=
Mecca Masjid Hyderabad.
'''Mir Akbar Ali Khan Sikander Jah Asaf Jah III''', ([[11th November]] [] - [[21st May]], []), [[Nizam]] of [[Hyderabad state|Hyderabad]], was the ruler of [[Hyderabad state]] in [[India]] from [] to [].
[[Image:Sikandar Jah Nizam III.jpg|right|300px|Portrait of Sikandar Jah]]
He was the second son of [[Asaf Jah II]] and Tahniat un-nisa Begum.Issue ten sons and nine Daughters, among are Mir Farqunda Ali khan (Naser Ud Daula), Mir Basheer Uddin Ali Khan (Sham Samul Mulk or Samsamad Daula), Mir Gawhar Ali Khan (Mubariz Ud Daula) and Zulfiqar Ul Mulk.
His original names were Sikandar Jah, Asaf ul-Mulk, Asad ud-Daula, Nawab Mir Akbar 'Ali Khan Bahadur, Asad Jang. He was officially known as ''Asaf Jah III, Nizam ul-Mulk, Nizam ud-Daula, Mir Akbar 'Ali Khan Bahadur, Fulad Jang, Nizam of Hyderabad''.
During his reign, a [[British Raj|British]] [[cantonment]] was established in Hyderabad and the area was christened after him as [[Secunderabad]].
But he did not have any pact with the British for maintaining the contingent. The state was in a financial mess during his reign
*[http://www.4dw.net/royalark/India/hyder6.htm Brief biography]
.[http://www.uq.net.au/~zzhsoszy/ips/h/hyderabad.html University of Queensland]