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Amir Kabir, a great politician in recent two centuries of Iran
IRANIAN DIGNITARIES
Mirza Taqi Farahani was born in 1807 in the Hazaveh village of Farahan, Iran, entitled Ataback-e A’zam (The Chief Minister), Amir Nezam (The Prince of the State), and Amir Kabir (The Great Prince), in Qajar Era. He is one of the greatest politicians in the recent two centuries of Iran. He initiated reforms that marked the effective beginning of the modernization of Iran, iranchamber.com wrote.
Museum of Imam Reza’s shrine home to Amir Kabir’s souvenirs
The museum of Imam Reza’s (PBUH) holy shrine, the eighth Imam of Shias, is one of the richest museums in Iran where, among thousands of other artifacts, very precious souvenirs from Mirza Mohammad-Taqi Khan Farahani, alias Amir Kabir, have been put on public display.
Iranian firm’s six-month polymers output up 30%
The output of polymeric products by Iran’s Amir Kabir Petrochemical Company during March 21-September 22, 2019 witnessed a 30-percent growth year-on-year, for the first time in the past 10 years.
Honoring Amir Kabir respecting Iran’s progressive thoughts
Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qasemi said on Wednesday that honoring Amir Kabir amounts to respecting the lofty ideas and progressive and bright thoughts in Iran.
Amir Kabir; Modernizer, innovator
Amir Kabir (1807–10 January 1852), also known as Mirza Taqi Khan Amir Nezam and Atabak, was chief minister to Nassereddin Shah Qajar in the first three years of his reign.
Amir Kabir:  Modernizer, innovator
Amir Kabir (1807–10 January 1852), also known as Mirza Taqi Khan Amir Nezam and Atabak, was chief minister to Nassereddin Shah Qajar in the first three years of his reign.

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