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|Queen Consort of Persia|
|Full name||Malekeh Jahan|
|Place of death||Sanremo, Italy|
|Consort||Mohammad Ali Shah Qajar|
|Issue||Prince Gholam Hossein Mirza
Ahmad Shah Qajar
Prince Mohammad Hassan Mirza
Prince Soltan Mahmoud Mirza
Prince Soltan Majid Mirza
|Father||Kamran Mirza Nayeb es-Saltaneh|
|Religious beliefs||Shia Islam|
Malekeh-Jahan (Malekeh-Jahan; 1875–1947) was the queen consort and cousin of Mohammad Ali Shah, and a member of the Qajar dynasty. Jahan is the daughter of Prince Kamran Mirza Nayeb es-Saltaneh and mother of Ahmad Shah Qajar. When she became queen, she naturally was called Queen Jahaan. However, Queen Jahaan also can be interpreted as Malekeh-ye Jahaan or "Queen of the World."
After the death of Mohammad Ali Shah she kept the family together in exile in Europe.
- Philip Mansel, Sultans in Splendor, Vendome Press, Paris, 1987.
- Soltan Ali Kadjar, Les Rois Oublies, Edition Kian No1, Paris, 1997.