1st Picture: Mirza Mehdi Khan "Motazed-Dowleh" Vaziri, 2nd Picture: Mirza Abdollah Khan "Meshkat-ol-Molk" Vaziri,
3rd picture: Mirza Mehdi Khan "Etemad-Dowleh" "Monshi-ol-Mamalek" Esterabadi in pink clothes standing in front of Nader Shah (sitting on the horse). The Ottoman general, Abdullah Pasha, lying dead in blue clothes is just next to them.
The purpose of this website is to unite and prolong the legacy of this old Persian family spreading now all over the world. It is mainly based on the book "Historical Geography and Comprehensive History of Kermanshahan" (Taarikhe Mofasale Kermanshah) by Mohammad-Ali Soltani, a book including information about the 17 old families from the province of Kermanshahan (in alphabetic order) :
Amini (Kermanshahi and Harsini)
Qajar (Dowlatshahi, Heshmatzad, Dowlatdad, Jahansouz, Shambayati)
Vakil-ed-Dowleh (Palizi, Dehbar)
Brief information regarding the family name, Vaziri
Surnames appeared in Iran around 1924. “Vaziri” literally means "related to a vizier". Due to the presence of most members of the family in this official post, “Vaziri” was chosen as the surname of the family.