Letter to Nasir al-Din Shah, 1864 or 1865
The writer reports on attendance in the ceremony celebrating the Shah's birthday, the well-being of princesses and people of the harem, and services by gatekeepers and other servants. He mentions informing Mahd-i ‘Ulya about completing construction in Niyavaran and her decision about returning after the tenth for a lucky arrival time. The writer has also prepared for bringing other members of the harem. He adds that upon the addressee's request they have received part of Fakhr al-Muluk’s stipend from Mu‘ayyir al-Mamalik.
Anthology of food, [ca. 1873 or 1874]
A satirical anthology of poetry that uses Iranian foods to make fun of government elites, both men and women, including: Nasir al-Din Shah, Muzaffar al-Din Shah (Vali ʻAhd), Aqa Vajih, Fakhr al-Muluk, Ziyaʼ al-Saltanah, ʻIsmat al-Dawlah, Amin al-Saltanah, Turan Aqa, Tuman Aqa, Anis al-Dawlah, Shukuh al-Saltanah, Taj al-Dawlah, Shams al-Dawlah, Akhtar al-Saltanah, Badr al-Saltanah, Zaynab al-Saltanah, ʻIffat al-Saltanah, ʻAʼishah Khanum, Hajiyah Khanum, Amin Aqdas, Imam Jumʻah, Atabak Aʻzam, Iʻtimad al-Saltanah, Shaykh al-Islam, Nazim al-Bikaʼ. The writer, Mayil Afshar, received the titles Shaykh al-Shuʻara and Amin Tazkarah.
- D Reset
- DFakhr al-Muluk