Biography of Amir Kabir from birth to death
Mirza Taghi Khan Amirkabir (1268 - 1222 AH), the unparalleled star of Iran’s land history, has a reformist spirit and his deep love for the independence and freedom and authority of the Iranian Muslim nation, who embodies such a thirst for reform, such a passionate and independent politician. Such a benevolent nation is unique and scarce, not only in the history of Iran in the two thousand and hundreds of years, but also in the history of the world.
Internal reforms in the field of culture promotion, economic regulation and purification of the country’s politics, efforts to revive religion and promote justice at the community level, its struggles to curb the influence of foreigners and colonists, and to preserve the country’s independence and territorial integrity, eradicate poverty It took three years and Andy Siddhartha Mirza Taghi Khan Amir Kabir, all to be commended.
The Emir of Kabir took many steps during his short tenure:
Establishing Dar al-Fonoon - Publishing New Sciences - Promoting New Industries - Sending Iranians Abroad for Education and Teaching in Iran - Promoting Translation and Publishing of Scientific Textbooks - Creating Newspapers and Books - Fighting Corruption B) - Strengthening the country’s economy - Mining - Expanding agriculture and irrigation - Developing domestic and foreign trade - Shrinking the country’s affairs - Defining a specific foreign policy policy - Modifying finance and budget adjustment - Establishing security and government - Organizing and regulating Iranian law - Establishing weapons factories - Judicial reform - Establishing Printing House - Establishment of Hospital and …
The revolutionary and national actions of Amir Kabir, the hero of the struggle against colonialism, caused him to crumble in the corrupt and selfish court until he was ordered to oust Amir Kabir from Nasser al-Din Shah and put him to death in the bath of Finn Kashan.
to be continued…