In 1909, Tāj al-Salṭana married Rokn-al-Salṭana (ʿAyn al-Salṭana, IV, p. 2805), but we do not know what became of this marriage. In 1921 she describes herself as a single, unmarried woman (Saʿdvaniān, p. 199). Her memoirs reveal a deeply unhappy life until 1914, and the series of letters that she wrote to various prime ministers in the early 1920s to have her pension reinstated suggests that she faced financial hardships (Saʿdvaniān). In 1922 she accompanied one of her daughters to Baghdad where her son-in-law, Aḥmad Jalāʾi Ḵaṭir, an employee of the Foreign Ministry, had been assigned to consular services. She died in obscurity, probably in Tehran in 1936. Sirus Saʿdvaniān is currently working on a detailed study that may shed more light on Tāj-al-Salṭana's life and writings.