Official Babek Padar

About Prince Babek

Welcome to the Official Website of Sultan Babek Mirza Khan Kadjar, Prince of Iran.
Prince Babek’s civil name is Babek Peter Padar.
Prince Babek was born as an Iranian citizen on June 11, 1970 in Berlin (West), Germany. He is the 5th direct descendant of H.I.M. Fath-Ali Shah Kadjar (english spelling: Qajar), Emperor of Iran.
His father was Prince Ramazan Padar, born as an Iranian citizen in Baku, Azerbaijan, on May 1, He past away on January 16, 2007 in Berlin, Germany. Prince Ramazan Padar came to Germany in 1956 after opposing the Pahlavi regime and as a follower of Prime Minister Mossadegh, he was expropriated. By the time he arrived in Germany, he had only 100 US Dollars private equity. He immediately began to work hard and invest in real estate.
His mother is Mahindokht Padar, born as Mahindokht Ghotbi, born as an Iranian citizen on September 23, 1947 in Ardabil, Iran, daughter of the famous Major Abbas Ghotbi. Major Abbas Ghotbi was a highly decorated war hero. During WWII, he commanded several operations against the Soviet invaders. He received many handwritten letters from Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, showing his appreciation for his loyalty.
Prince Babek went to medical school, dental school and school of psychology.
He married to Leyla Padar on December 8, 1989 in Berlin (West), Germany. Leyla Padar was born as Leyla Tunc on October 6, 1972 in Berlin (West), Germany, as a turkish citizen and her parents are from Corlu/Tekirdag, Turkey.
Prince Babek and Leyla Padar have a son and a daughter: Prince Abbas (born October 18, 1991 in Berlin, Germany) and Princess Fatima Soraya (born November 24, 1998 in Berlin, Germany).
Prince Babek speaks Persian, Turkish, Azeri, English and German.
His religion is Islam!
Prince Babek’s civil name as written in his Passport is Babek Peter Padar. His name was written as Babak Peter Padar in his Iranian Passport, but due to a mistranslation, his name was accepted as “Babek” instead of “Babak” by the German authorities. After the military coup against H.I.M. Sultan Ahmad Shah Kadjar in 1925, Reza Khan, a former bodyguard of H.I.M. Sultan Ahmad Shah Kadjar, declared himself Shah of Iran and decreed that all Iranians have to carry last names – for the first time in Iranian history. To bear the last name Kadjar was not an option after that unlawful event.