The inscriptions here read:
be-tashviqat-e hazrat-e ashraf-e mustatab-e as'ad-e a'zam aqa-ye aqa mirza 'ali khan amin al-dawla sadr-e a'zam-e dawlat-e -aliyya-ye iran
dar 'ahd-e dawlat-e abad moddat-e shahanshah-e islam panah abu'l-nasr wa'l-zafar al-sultan al-'adil muzaffar al-din shah qajar khallada allah mulkahu
'On the order of His Excellency, the Most Noble, the Excellent, the Most Fortunate, the Greatest, the Aqa of the Aqa, Mirza 'Ali Khan Amin al-Dawla, Sadr-e 'Azam of the Exalted State of Iran
In the reign of the everlasting fortune of the Islam Sheltering Shahanshah, 'Abu'l-Nasr wa'l-Zafar, the Just Sultan, Muzaffar al-Din Shah Qajar, may God perpetuate his Kingdom'.
Mirza 'Ali Khan was entitled Amin al-Dawlah in AH 1299/1881-82 AD and died in AH 1322/1913-14 AD. A companion to Nasir al-Din Shah, he held numerous high and ministerial posts and rose to become Prime Minister under Muzaffar al-Din Shah in AH 1314/1896 AD.