|Religion:||Ambiguous (likely Hindu or Muslim)|
|Voiced by:||Michael Benyear|
|Games:||The Asian Dynasties|
|First game:||The Asian Dynasties
|Last game:||The Asian Dynasties
""He was just a boy from Nagwa. It is said that before killing his commanding officer, he declared that it was his Dharma to resist the British. He was a sepoy, like me. He worked for the Company, like me. He was also a hero, but I'm not a hero. It would do me good to stop listening to rumors.""—Nanib Sahir, about a rebel Sepoy who killed his commanding officer
Nanib is a lieutenant of the British Sepoy regiments. He works for the East Empire Trading Company and for Colonel Edwardson. However, he grows tired about the company's cruel ways of abuses to the Indian citizens. Despite this, he continues to help his superior in battles against Indian rebels, to the point of unintentionally being used as a trap by the colonel to ambush the rebels.
Eventually, Nanib indeed joins the rebellion after he sees some Muslim sepoys refusing to use Enfield rifles because their cartridges, which must be bitten open before use, are covered with pork fat, which the men's Muslim beliefs do not allow them to consume. Though Nanib says he cannot consume pork fat (or possibly the cow fat that was historically on the cartridges as well) either, he uses one of the rifles to fire a near-miss at Edwardson and then quickly escapes.
After several raids on British forts, Nanib and another Sepoy hero, Pravar Patel, decided to rescue Bahadur Shah, the Emperor of India. They sneak into Delhi in the dead of night and destroy weapon caches to cause elephant stampedes, which destroy gates. He then rallies soldiers and battles through Delhi, freeing the Emperor. Finally, after failed negotiation, Nanib leads an assault to Colonel Edwardson's base, destroying it and killing Edwardson in the process.
- Nanib's appearance is modeled after the depiction of the historical character Mangal Pandey in the film Mangal Pandey: The Rising. The boy Nanib referred to was most likely Mangal Pandey.
- Unlike Chayton Black, Nanib still dons his company uniform and his dialogue is still English when joining the rebellion.
- When he collapses in battle, a text box appears next to him that says: - "I can pass peacefully now...and proud..."
"Nanib’s story is like those of most of his sepoy comrades. He was born into a high caste always knowing a world where the British East India Company held influence over the kingdoms of India and surrounding nations.
What sets Nanib apart from the other soldiers in his brigade is that he is the only man who chooses to act out against his superiors, taking up arms against Colonel George Edwardson, under whom he has served for more than two years. By making this decision, Nanib finds himself the reluctant commander of an army of traitorous Company soldiers bent on revenge against their British officers.
Of course, the soft-spoken and patient Nanib does not have the warlike instincts expected of a general, and thus he questions his right to lead. Luckily for him, there is a man who perfectly embodies all of Nanib’s resentment towards the Company and its oppression: Colonel George Edwardson. When Nanib recalls the colonel’s many acts of ruthlessness and racism, he finds a purpose for what he is doing. The shy, cautious soldier takes on the role of sepoy general in order to rid India of all the Edwardsons that have plagued it for more than two centuries."