Grand Lady, Eftekhar Al-Dowle, Naserddin Shah's DaughterHer Sons' Wedding Parties Depicted by the Shah
Lady Kasraeel, daughter of Naserddin Shah was born by one of the shah's concubine wives, namely Effat Al Saltane in 1856. She is the one who had born to Masoud Mirza Zel Al Sultan in 1850. Lady kasraeel was then nicknamed Eftekhar Al Dowle, and married to Abol fath khan Sarem Al Dowle, son of Yereven's Brigadier General Hasan Khan, and Lady Mah Rokhsar Fakhr Al Dowle, daughter of prince Abbas Mirza. EftekharAl Dowle was living in Esfahan and her husband, Sarem Al Dowle was an influenced man in Zel Al Sultan governorship, as well as a well-to-do man, in the city. In 1882, four daughter of Zel Al Sultan married to four sons of Eftekhar Al Dowle in the same day, explained in this article. In 1889, Eftekhar Al Dowle was nicknamed as " Grand Lady" , and in 1887, her husband was murdered by direct order of Zel Al Sultan. She then married no other man, and lived with her brother in Esfahan. Records, which brought forth at the end of the article, are about a dispute between Grand Lady and then Minister of Finance, over her estates.