December 6, 2021
Rostam Deilami was nicknamed Majd al-Dawla and Maknani was named Abu Talib, the eldest son of Fakhr al-Dawla Deilami and also the elder brother of Shams al-Dawla Deilami. After the death of his father in Sha'ban 387 AH, he was renamed Majd al-Dawlah and Kahfallah by the Caliph of Baghdad. As she was still young, the administration of affairs and viceroyship was entrusted to Queen Fakhr al-Dawla. His mother's name was Shirin Dokht, General Rostam Tabari, and she was called Seyedeh Khatoon. His mother's family was also one of the local rulers of Tabarestan. Majd al-Dawla Dailami settled in the emirate as a child and spends most of his time studying and having fun. He was their viceroy, however, Majd al-Dawla was once incited by those around him against his mother in 397 AH in the same childhood years. The queen, with the help of Badr al-Hasnawiyyah, ruled Dinur, captured Ray, dismissed Majd al-Dawla, and replaced him with his brother Shams al-Dawla. Shortly afterwards, with the mediation of the Imamzadeh of Sultan Mohammad Sharif, he came to Mehr again and returned him to the Emirate of Ray and sent Shams al-Dawla to Hamedan. Majdal Doleh's rule was preserved as long as the Queen Mother was alive. After his mother's death in 410 A.D., Majdal Doleh was provoked and conspired by the rulers. He had sent a letter and a message asking him to deliver a sermon and a coin in the name of the Sultan, but his deliberate response made him passive, and the idea of a fight with an old woman whose defeat was a disgrace and a victory over him as he himself In response, the Sultan had mentioned that he had no honor, he gave up. But later, when Majd al-Dawla himself was in control of Ray, when he was unable to repel the conspiracy of the rulers, he asked Sultan Mahmud for help. This time Mahmoud's army came to Rey under the pretext of aiding him, arrested Majd al-Dawla, exiled him to India, and ended the rule of the Buyids in Rey.