The most characteristic feature of Sulaimaniyah Palace is the 2 wall panels of the Qajar Sultan's founders, which are unique in terms of image, artistic technique and colors.
Halloween wall paintings on the western front of Sulaimaniyah Palace of Karaj, Fath Ali Shah along with 14 of his sons, and on the eastern front of the Qajar dynasty, Agha Mohammad Khan, along with the leaders of the Qajar tribe, depicted by Abdullah Khan Neshashashi, the third painter of the court.
Paintings of the Sulaimaniyah Palace of Karaj by the order of Fath Ali Shah Qajar, in 1228 AH, is 1192 solar. When the painter came to the palace, he did not have any space for painting, so ordered to cover the walls of the eastern and western walls of the Shah, and then draped the paintings on the plaster of the walls. The colors used in these paintings are inorganic. Paintings are drawn by the Iranian method and the colors are not on the same side. The size of the paintings is 6 meters and 85 cm in 2 meters and 40 cm.
In the painting of the Western Wall, Fath Ali Shah, the Qajar Dynasty along with his sons, Mohammad Taghi Mirza, Hossein Ali Mirza, Mohammad Ali Mirza, Abbas Mirza Crown Prince, Mohammad Vali Mirza, Ali Khan, Sheikh Ali Mirza, Heydar Gholami Mirza, Hasan Ali Mirza, Soleiman Mirza, Mohammad Gholami Mirza, Mohammad Naghi Mirza, Imam Gholi Mirza are present. Fathaali Shah sits on the throne of the kingdom and has 14 of his sons beside him. His most important sons were Abbas Mirza, crown prince, Ali Khan and Prince Mohammad Ali Mirza.
Solomon Mirza, in this white-plated painting, was the governor of Karaj.
The painting of the eastern wall of Agam Mohammad Khan Ghajari is Mohammad Shah, the founder of the Qajar dynasty, along with his father Mohammad Hassan Qajar, his brothers Jahansuiz Shah, Ja'far Gholi and Mehdi Khan, the crown prince of Fath Ali Khan and the Qajar elders named Reza Gholikhan, Abbas Gholikhan, Ali Naqi Khan, Ja'far Gholi Khan, Morteza Gholi Khan, Mehdi Gholikhan, Mustafa Ghali Jonah, Shah Gholikhan, Mohammadi Khan are shown. In this wall, the drawings are drawn from the real image of people.
In this painting, crown prince Fath Ali Khan is on the sign of peace and friendship between Qajar and Zand because he did not want to see the grudge that existed between the two families.