The said tomb is located 8 km. north west of the township of Nahavand in the village of 'Dehqan Qishlaq'. Its foundation is on a natural rock. The structure is four-sided with a short, primitive porch, constructed with bricks. The height and width of the structure being 7m. and 5.8 m. respectively, and along with its dome, reaches a height of 9 m. Internally, the dome is octagonal, with arches of plaster. The ceiling of the dome is of brick and has been proportionately adorned.
Some believe that this is the resting abode of one of the commanders of Islam during the times of 'Hazrat Ali' (A.S.) There is also another theory that this tomb belongs to one of the commanders who was killed in the battle of Nahavand.
Nahavand (Formerly known as Mah-Nahavand) is one of the southern townships of Hamadan province, with a temperate mountainous climate and heavy rainfall during the spring. The city of Nahavand lies 152 km. south of Hamadan, and about 460 km. from Tehran. Studies and archeological ...
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