Ali-Asghar Hekmat

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Ali-Asghar Hekmat
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Born(1892-06-16)16 June 1892
Died25 August 1980(1980-08-25) (aged 88)
Political partyNational Front
Spouse(s)Monir-Azam Hekmat (1901–1980)
Children3 daughters

Hekmat-e Shirazi حکمت شیرازی or Mirza Ali-Asghar Khan Hekmat-e Shirazi (16 June 1892 – 25 August 1980) was an Iranian politician, diplomat and author who served as the Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Justice, and Minister of Culture under the government of Reza Shah and Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, the Shahs of Iran. Hekmat was an Iranian ambassador to India and wrote multiple books about Indian history and culture. After the Islamic revolution in Iran, his books and works were ignored and he was labelled as a Freemason, but one of his books, Persian Inscriptions on Indian Monuments, was recently reprinted and introduced to Iranians.[1][2][3]

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  1. ^ Ajam, Mohammad (29 April 2013). "Persian Inscriptions on the Indian Monuments". parssea. Retrieved 15 June 2020. CC-BY icon.svg Text was copied from this source, which is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
  2. ^ "Iran, India relations span centuries marked by meaningful interactions". IRNA English. 22 January 2014.
  3. ^ "رايزني ج.ا.ا در ژاپن - ژاپني - News > インドの遺跡におけるペルシア語の碑文". www.tokyo.icro.ir.

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  • Aḥmad Eqtedāri, Kārvān-e ʿomr: ḵāṭerāt-e siāsi-farhangi-ehaftād sāl ʿomr, Tehran, 1993, pp. 25–26, 205.
  • Ḥasan-ʿAli Ḥekmat, "Moḵtaṣari dar šarḥ-e zendegi-e ostād ʿAli-Aṣḡar Ḥekmat", unpublished pamphlet, Tehran, 1981.
  • Hormoz Ḥekmat, interviewed by A. Milani, 23 April 2002.
  • Bāqer Kāẓemi, in Iraj Afšār, ed., Nāmahā-ye Tehrān, Tehran, 2000, pp. 416–27.
  • Komisiun-e melli-e Yunesko (UNESCO) dar Īrān, Īrān-šahr, 2 vols., Tehran, 1963–64. Reżā Moʿini, ed., Čehrahā-yeāšnā, Tehran, 1965.
  • United States Department of State, Foreign Relations of the United States, 1958–1960, Washington, D.C., 1993.
  • Mehdi Walāʾi, "Fehrest-e nosaḵ-e vaqfi-e ʿAli-Aṣḡar Ḥekmat be Āstān-e qods-e rażavi,"ṟ Nosḵahā-ye ḵaṭṭi V, 1967, pp. 1–7.

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