Mir Jalal Pashayev

Mir Jalal Pashayev (Azerbaijani: Mir Cəlal Paşayev), (26 April 1908, Ardabil, Iran – 28 September 1978, Baku), known by his literary pen-name Mir Jalal, was an Azerbaijani writer and literary critic. He was the grandfather of Azerbaijan's current First Lady Mehriban Aliyeva.

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