Princess Qajar Net Worth 2020, Bio, Relationship, and Career Updates

Princess Qajar Net Worth 2020, Bio, Relationship, and Career Updates

Princess Qajar Net Worth 2020, Bio, Relationship, and Career Updates.

A Persian princess viral news websites baptized as Princess Qajar has lately become a stuff of legends. She was presented as a royal lady with a facial hair that made her so attracted that 13 men claimed their own lives because she couldn’t love them. The truth is, there was no “Princess Qajar,” only the Qajar dynasty  that ruled over Persia for more than a century.Princess Qajar Net Worth 2020, Bio, Relationship, and Career Updates

Biography

Princess Zahra Khanom Tadj es-Saltaneh (born in 1883) was a Persian writer and painter who belonged to the Qajar dynasty. In fact, she had known for her beauty. However, 13 men had committed suicide she had rejected them for marriage.

In fact, you can believe that why she has considered a symbol of beauty. Qajar was a feminist ruler broker in Tehran. She had always supported for the woman rights in Persia. You may be surprised to know that she is the first woman who took off the traditional hijab and wore western clothes.

In addition to this, she wanted to bring positive change for the women living in Persia. Usually, she had seen coming out without covering her face and moving around the city.

Relationship

A Persian princess viral news websites baptized as Princess Qajar has lately become a stuff of legends. She was presented as a royal lady with a facial hair that made her so attracted that 13 men claimed their own lives because she couldn’t love them. The truth is, there was no “Princess Qajar,” only the Qajar dynasty  that ruled over Persia for more than a century.

The only fact about this historical meme is that at that time, it was fashionable for Persian women to wear mustache. “Many Persian-language sources, as well as photographs, from the nineteenth century confirm that Qajar women sported a thin mustache, or more accurately a soft down, as a sign of beauty,” explained Dr. Afsaneh Najmabadi.

The memes and fake stories circulating online refer not to a single princess, but actually to two female dynasts: Princess Fatemah Khanum“‘Esmat al-Dowleh” and her half-sister, Princess Zahra Khanom Tadj es-Saltaneh. Their father, Naser al-Din Shah Qajar, ruled Persia from 1848 until he was assassinated in 1896.

He was the third-longest reigning monarch and the first Persian sovereign to formally visit Europe. The shah took a constant liking to literature and photography and it was he who took a very picture of his own daughter, ‘Esmat,  that went viral online.

Since the image was taken in the mid- to late 19th-century by the Persian king himself, the news, therefore, saying the images were taken in the early 1900s are totally baseless.

As to the 13 men killing themselves over unrequited love, it is probable, according to historian Victoria Martinez, that ‘Esmat was already married off before she even turned 12. The marriage was most-likely arranged since that was the custom of the day, leaving her no time to meet any man other than her male relatives.

Career

An intellectual, a painter, and a writer, Princess Zarah would hold literary salons at her house once each week. As a  feminist, she helped establish Anjoman Horriyyat Nsevan or The Society of Women’s Freedom, an underground organization that has been championing Iranian women’s rights since 1910.

A staunch critic of her equally literary, but still conservative father and brother Mozaffar-al-Din Shah, she ditched the hijab to don Western clothes in court. Way before they became popular in the West, she already ventured into writing Iranian diaspora women’s memoirs.

Her work, Taj-al-Saltaneh was  finished in 1924, but it was not published until 1983 in Publication of Iran’s History. In 1996, a collection of her memoirs was released in a book titled Crowning Anguish: Memoirs of a Persian Princess from the Harem to Modernity 1884-1914.

The writings “cover a thirty-year span of a rapidly changing era…  a curious blend of the reconstructive and reflective… bring home the intense conflicts of a life straddling the harem and modernism,” according to a review by Times Literary Supplement.

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