Sattat Khan honorarily titled National Commander was a pivotal figure in the Iranian Constitutional Revolution and is considered by many Iranians to be a national hero and is subject of poems and songs. Sattar Khan rose from obscurity to head Constitutionalist rebels from the Amirkhiz district of Tabriz. By 1907, he had become a favored leader of the rebels. In June 1908, under the leadership of Sattar Khan, a High Military Council was established.
Gholamreza Takhti was an Iranian Olympic Gold-Medalist Wrestler and Varzesh-e Bastanipractitioner. Popularly nicknamed Jahan Pahlevan because of his chivalrous behavior and sportsmanship. He was the most popular athlete of Iran in 20th Century, despite the fact that there are dozens of Iranian athletes that have won more international medals than Takhti. Takhti is still a hero to many Iranians. He is listed in the FILA wrestling hall of fame.
Mohammad Ghaffari, better known as Kamal-ol-Molk, born in Kashan in to a family with a strong artistic tradition, tracing their origins back to notable painters during the reign of Nader Shah- Foto by Antoin Sevruguin's historical Iran photographs
نیما یوشیج Nima Yooshij a contemporary Tabarian and Persian poet who started the she’r-e now (شعر نو, "new poetry") also known as she’r-e nimaa'i (شعر نیمایی, "Nimaic poetry") trend in Iran. He is considered as the father of modern Persian poetry.