Delegation to carry a deceased woman's body, 1917
Haji Aqa Vaziri has delegated the task of carrying the body of a deceased woman to be buried at the Maʻsumah mausoleum to Mashhadi Ibrahim. This contract has been made with the supervision of Haji Mirza Javad, the Mujtahid from Tabriz.
Settlement of Baygum Khanum and her husband, 1903
Includes three documents: 1- Baygum Khanum, the daughter of Mirza ‘Abd al-Husayn, gifts her mahr and dowry to her husband, Mu‘tamad al-Sultan Iskandar Khan Yavar known as Haji Khan, in exchange for a shawl and some crystal candy. She has also made him responsible for spending one-third of her belongings for religious obligations after her death; 2- Mu‘tamad al-Sultan Iskandar Khan Yavar known as Haji Khan transfers some parts of his property to his wife, Baygum Khanum, the daughter of Mirza ‘Abd al-Husayn, in exchange for a pair of socks and some crystal candy; 3- Baygum Khanum settles all the benefits and products of the properties mentioned above to her husband, Iskandar Khan, while he is alive; after his death they will belong to Baygum Khanum.
The writer talks about getting money from Basir Nizam, purchasing a property, the death and funeral of Abd Allah Khan, Mirza Muhammad (the younger son of Muntasir) becoming a Rawzah Khvan (preacher), and sending dried or sour apricots, sour grapes, socks, outfits, and underpants
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- Dtombs and cemeteries
- DAmir Hossein Nikpour