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Nizam al-Mulk

(ælˈmʊlk)
n
(Biography) title of Abu Ali Hasan Ibn Ali. ?1018–92, Persian statesman; vizier of Persia (1063–92) for the Seljuk sultans: assassinated
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The Grand Vizir, Khajah Nizam Al Mulk, was without doubt the strong man who crushed these evil-doers.
These three were fellow-students under the Imam Mowaffak, of Naishapur; and, if we are to believe Nizam al Mulk, they made a mutual and romantic vow to benefit each other.
Everything I describe took place during the Eleventh Century AD in Persia, precisely when the Seljuk Dynasty was in power, governed by famous Grand Vizier Khaja Nizam Al Mulk.