|Died||25 August 1980 (aged 88)|
|Political party||National Front|
|Spouse(s)||Monir-Azam Hekmat (1901–1980)|
Hekmat-e Shirazi (16 June 1892 - 25 August 1980) was an Iranian politician, diplomat and writer. Shirazi also served as the Iranian Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Justice , and Iranian Minister of Culture under the government of Reza Shah and Mohammad Reza Pahlavi , the Shahs of Iran. Shirazi was also first Iranian ambassador to the republic of India and wrote many books about Indian history and culture[source?]. After the Islamic revolution in Iran, his books and works were refused and he was named as a Freemason a word that in Islamic world is a bad word. finally one of his books, Persian Inscriptions on Indian Monuments, was recently reprinted by non government organization. . 
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- Ajam, Mohammad (29 April 2013). "Persian Inscriptions on the Indian Monuments". parssea. Retrieved 15 June 2020. Text was copied from this source, which is available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
- .*Iran and India relations Dr. Mohammad Ajam..
- .*Persian Inscriptions on Indian Monuments.
Other websites[change | change source]
- Iran and India relations span centuries marked by meaningful interactions, according to renowned Iranian Scholar,Dr. Mohammad Ajam.
- "History of Persian or Parsi Language" Iran Chamber Society