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Prince Abdolmajid Mirza (1864 - 1927); the son of Ahmad Mirza was the grandson of Fathali Shah, cousin and son-in-law of Mozaffaroddin Shah. He was a prominent figure against Constitutional Monarchy Movement. After Naseroddin Shah's death, he became Tehran governor, then the minister for interior affairs before becoming Prime Minister in 1903 with the title Einoddoleh (The eye of the state). He was forced to resign two years later and was sent to suppress the uprising in Tabriz which he did not succeed. He was appointed Prime Minister twice during Ahmad Shah's reign for short periods.

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Greeting ceremony at Bagheshah Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar is sitting on the throne: Einoddoleh, Sadroddoleh, Majdoddoleh, Salarossaltaneh, Jalaloddoleh, Ahmad Shah, Naserossaltaneh Diba, Nezamolmolk Khatib are present in uniforms
Tehran governor during Mozaffaroddin Shah's reign: Prince Abdolmajid Mirza Qajar with royal title: Einoddoleh (The eye of the state) in Uniforms full of medallions and jewelry with a Sword adorn with jewels. His outstanding Moustache is very noticeable.
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