The said is located in the Fash Village of Kangavar. It comprises of a mausoleum, porch and an anteroom. The mausoleum is made of brick and is quadrilateral in shape. Internally, the plan is circular with a short round dome. A tombstone with the 'Kufic' script and simple wooden sepulchre is present. The personality buried here is said to be the son of Imam Jafar Sadeq (PBUH). Alongside this mausoleum is an ancient "Kufi Fash" cemetery whose tombstones date back to the years 1099 and 1039 AH.
One of the noticeable tombstones of the cemetery has an engraving of a star in the center and two octagonal pointed stars alongside, with the 'kufic' script adorned with floral designs placed in the center of the stars. It is considered as one of the most beautiful and interesting samples of Kufic adornments. This magnificent piece of art is now in the museum.
Kangavar is located to the east of Kermanshah province and near the province of Hamadan. The same has a temperate mountainous climate. It is one of the historical towns of the country due to the Anahita Temple. This city was flourishing till the Sassanide ...
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