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Abstract Hawraman region in the west of Kurdistan since the 4th to the end of 12th lunar has been administered by local rulers of this region and under the direct supervision of the central government. From the beginning of 13th lunar century, Qajar kings ignoring this problem and also ethnic differences of Hawraman rulers with Ardalan governors, intended to donate Hawraman to Aldalan governors that caused the formation of this rebellion in Naseri age. It’s necessary to analyze the relationship between this region’s rulers with Alrdalan governors and Qajar central government. The question that this essay has been formed around is that what reasons and factors caused this rebellion and what results and consequences it caused? This survey mostly emphasizing the documents and newspapers of Qajar age and using descriptive-analytic method tries to clarify this issue that despite the total obedience of Hawrama rulers of Iranian central government before Qajar age, how were the conditions prepared that it’s conclusion was a rebellion that in addition to heavy expenditures for Alrdala governors and Qajar central government, could play a role as one of the most important reasons of Aldalans’ collapse and the intervention of Ottoman government once more.