He was born in 1271 and died in 1304. He was the son of Argun Khan and was the seventh Prince of the dynasty of Gengiskan. He embraced Islam and spread it in their States. It had disastrous wars with the sultan of Egypt and maintained relations with many courts in Europe. He distinguished himself by his erudition and talent in arts, letters, and Sciences, as well as the Foundation of hospices, mosques and libraries, especially in Isfahan, Baghdad and Chiraz; He also commanded open channels, and conducted many other works that contributed to the country to great prosperity.