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The Qajar Dynasty

(Mansour-Kadjar)

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1896 - 1907 H.I.M. Qadar-qadrat-i-Qavvi-Shaukat-i-Shahanshah-i-Jam Jah din Panah-i-Zillu’llah ul-Mamdud fi’l-ardin Ghias ul-Islam va ul-Muslimin us-Sultan ul-A’zam va Khaqan ul-Afkham Muzaffar ud-din Shah, Shahanshah of the God protected realms of Persia, KG (1903). b. at the Gulistan Palace, Tehran, 25th March 1853, eighth son of H.I.M. Nasir ud-Din, Shahanshah of the God protected realms of Persia, KG, by his wife, H.M. Shikoh us-Sultana, daughter of H.I.H. Shahzada Fathu’llah Mirza, Musha’sha ul-Mulk, Shua us-Sultana, educ. privately. Governor-General of Azerbaijan 1861-1896 and of Kurdistan 1894-1895. Proclaimed as Heir Apparent with the title of Vali Ahad, 21st May 1862. Succeeded on the death of his father, 1st May 1896. Crowned at the Gulistan Palace, Tehran 8th June 1896. Founded the Nishan-i-Taj-i-Iran (the Order of the Crown of Persia) in five classes in 1900. Rcvd: Knt of the Orders of the Black Eagle of Prussia in brilliants (2.6.1902), St Andrew the First Called, Alexander Nevski, White Eagle, St. Stanislas 1st class and St Anne 1st class in brilliants of Russia, the Golden Fleece of Spain (1902), and Annunziata of Italy (1903), the Exalted Orders of the House of Osman (Hanedan-i-Ali-Osman Nishani) (1900) and of Honour (Nishan-i-Ali-Imtiaz) of Turkey, GC of the Orders of Leopold of Austria (1893), the Netherlands Lion (27.8.1900), Leopold of Belgium in brilliants (mil), Legion of Honour of France, the Red Eagle of Prussia (2.6.1902), SS Maurice & Lazarus of Italy (1903), the Royal Hungarian Order of St Stephen in brilliants (1903), the Star of Rumania in brilliants (23.5.1906), etc. m. (first) at Tehran, 1867 (div. 1874), his first cousin, H.H. Amirzadi Taj ul-Mulk, Umm al-Khakan (cre. 1867) (m. second, 1872, H.E. Haji Mirza ‘Ali Khan, Nasir us-Sultana, and d. at Qasr-i-Shirin, during a pilgrimage to Karbala, 1st November 1909), eldest daughter of Field Marshal H.S.H. Mirza Muhammad Taqi Khan-e Farahani, Amir-i-Nizam, sometime Prime Minister, by his wife, H.I.H. Shahzadi Malikzadi Khanum, ‘Izzat ud-Daula, daughter of H.I.M. Muhammad Shah, Shahanshah of Persia. m. (second) at Tehran, 1874, H.H. Shahzadi Nizhat us-Sultana, daughter of H.R.H. Shahzada Isma’il Mirza, Shua us-Sultana. m. (third) at Tehran, 1881, H.H. Shahzadi Ashraf Khanum, Surur us-Sultana [H.M. the Mahd-i-’Aliya] (b. 1856; bur. Najaf, Iraq), his principal wife, eldest daughter of H.R.H. Shahzada Firuz Mirza, Nuzrat ud-Daula, sometime Governor-General of Fars and of Azerbaijan, by his second wife, H.R.H. Shahzadi Hajjah Homa Khanum, daughter of a son H.I.H. Shahzada Bahman Mirza, Baha ud-Daula. m. (fourth) Nur ud-Daula, a lady from Azerbaijan. m. (fifth) at Tehran, Dilpasand Khanum, Mu’azzaz us-Sultana, promoted to the rank of an aghdi wife after his divorce from Taj ul-Mulk, daughter of Shahzadi Khanum, younger daughter of H.E. Amanu’llah Khan Sani [Ghulam Shah Khan], Zia ul-Mulk, sometime Governor-General of Kurdistan. m. (sixth) at Tehran, ca. 1896, Ulfat Khanum, Khazin-i-Aqdas (cre. 1896), a daughter of Dilpasand Khanum, Mu’azzaz us-Sultana. m. (seventh) Sharaf ud-Daula (d. after 1916). m. (eighth) Mahin ud-Daula (d. after 1916). m. (ninth) Mahin us-Sultana (d. after 1916). He d. at the Gulistan Palace, Tehran, 7th January 1907, having had issue, seven sons and seventeen daughters:
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