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HAMADĀNI, SAYYED ʿALI

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Author(s): Parviz Aḏkāʾi
b. Sayyed Šehāb-al-Din (1314-1384), Sufi author and preacher who undertook a celebrated mission to convert the people of Kashmir to Islam. This article is available in print. Volume XI, Fascicle 6, pp. 628 HAMADĀNI,SAYYED ʿALI b. Sayyed Šehāb-al-Din (b. Hamadān, 12 Rajab 714/1314; d. Ḏu’l-ḥejja 786/1384), Sufi author and preacher who undertook a celebrated mission to convert the people of Kashmir to Islam. He is referred to usually as “Mir Sayyed ʿAli,” but was also known by such honorifics as “Amir Kabir,” “ʿAli-e Ṯāni” and “Šāh-e…
Date: 2013-06-05

DARJAZĪN

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Author(s): Parviz Aḏkāʾī
(or Dargazīn), name of two rural subdistricts ( dehestāns) and a village in the Razan district ( baḵš) of Hamadān province. This article is available in print. Volume VII, Fascicle 1, pp. 55-56 DARJAZĪN (or Dargazīn), name of two rural subdistricts ( dehestāns) and a village in the Razan district ( baḵš) of Hamadān province. The administrative center for the subdistrict of Upper Darjazīn (Darjazīn-e ʿolyā) is Razan, for Lower Darjazˊīn (Darjazīn-e soflā) Fāmenīn. The average altitude of the Razan plain is 1,830 m above sea level, and winters are…
Date: 2013-09-25

GOLGUN, FARID-AL-DAWLA Mirzā MOḤAMMAD-ḤASAN KHAN HAMADĀNI

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Author(s): Parviz AḏkāʾI
(1877-1937), constitutionalist and journalist. This article is available in print. Volume XI, Fascicle 1, pp. 92 GOLGUN, FARID-AL-DAWLA Mirzā MOḤAMMAD-ḤASAN KHAN HAMADĀNI (1256-1316 Š./1877-1937), constitutionalist and journalist. His father was Mirzā Esmāʿil Mostašār, the brother of Ḥājj Sayyed Esḥāq, the influential religious leader of Hamadān. After the overthrow of the constitutional government by Moḥammad-ʿAli Shah in June 1908 (see CONSTITUTIONAL REVOLUTION ii), Farid-al-Dawla joined the branch of Ejtemāʿiyun-…
Date: 2013-06-03

HAMADĀN

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Author(s): Parviz Aḏkāʾi | EIr | Habibollah Zanjani | Xavier de Planhol | Abdolhamid Eshragh | Et al.
province, governorship, and city located in the Zagros region of western Persia. This article is available in print. Volume XI, Fascicle 6, pp. 595-627 HAMADĀN , province, governorship, and city located in the Zagros region of western Persia. HAMADĀN i. GEOGRAPHY Hamadān is one of the western provinces of Persia, situated to the southwest of Tehran between latitudes 33°59’ and 35°48’ north and longitudes 47°34’ and 49°36’ east. The city of Hamadān (the capital of the province) is located at 37°47’ N and 48°30’ E, at an altitude of 1,64…
Date: 2016-02-22