Shahanshah (شاهنشاه) is a Persian word that means "King of Kings", used for the rulers of Persia.
This list includes Shahanshahs of Persian Empire since Qajar dynasty raised to power.
|1||Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar||1742-1797||1789-1797||United Persia, raised Qajar dynasty to power, made Tehran the capital.|
|2||Fath-Ali Shah Qajar||1772-1834||1797-1834||Agha Mohammed Khan's nephew, lost remarkable land in the Causacus and fought Russo-Persian Wars.|
|3||Mohammad Shah Qajar||1808-1848||1834-1848||Fath-Ali Shah's grandson, tried and failed to capture Herat in 1838.|
|4||Naser al-Din Shah Qajar||1831-||1848-||Mohammad Shah's son|