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1. Used formerly as a title for the monarch of Iran.
2. Used formerly as a title for the sultan of Turkey.

[Persian pādshāh : Old Persian pati-, master; see poti- in Indo-European roots + Persian shāh, king; see shah.]


(Historical Terms) a title of the shah of Iran
[from Persian pādi lord + shah]


(ˈpɑ dɪˌʃɑ, -ˌʃɔ)

(often cap.) great king; emperor (a title, esp. of the shah of Iran).
[1605–15; < Persian (poetical form), =pādi- (earlier pati) lord + shāh shah]
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The full title of Shah Jahan, the Mughal king who made the Taj Mahal, was: "Shahanshah Al-Sultan al-'Azam wal Khaqan al-Mukarram, Malik-ul-Sultanat, Ala Hazrat Abu'l-Muzaffar Shahab ud-din Muhammad Shah Jahan I, Sahib-i-Qiran-i-Sani, Padshah Ghazi Zillu'llah, Firdaus-Ashiyani, Shahanshah-e-Sultanant Ul Hindiya Wal Mughaliya".
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So, to Royina Grewal, the writer with an undying love for history, it became vital that a tome be dedicated to the Padshah who won the hearts of Indians with his gallant demeanour and beautiful poetry, if not with the will to perceive Hindustan as his home.
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Instead of using the Arabic terms of Imam and Caliph, he revived the old Persian institution of Padshah (the King).
She emphasizes how the memories painstakingly describe and catalogue the gifts for functions, ceremonial observances, and the role of the padshah himself in facilitating arrangements for the women of his court.
After the battle for Alishang District Center, Commander Padshah gathered 30 Mujahideen and moved further south to the village of Mendrawur.
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Queen's Gallery, Holyrood House, Kings of the world: The Padshah nama, an imperial Mughal manuscript.
It is suggested that the US paid Padshah Khan, a Pushtun warlord in Paktiya, an estimated $400,000 to train his private militias to patrol the areas bordering Pakistan and pursue Taliban and al-Qaeda operatives.