Tourist Attraction

Shah Khalil Mausoleum

in Taft city | Yazd province
Tourist Attraction

Shah Khalil Mausoleum

Related to Taft city (located in Yazd province)
Shah Khalil Allah Sani, son of Mir Shah Taqi Uddin and the great grandchild of Shah Nematollah Vali was killed in Harat and his corpse was transferred to Taft and was buried there. This edifice was a section of a wide and expanded complex built by Shah Nematollah Vali known as a Khaneqah or a kind of monastery used by the Dervish, Shah Khalil's tombstone with the dimensions of 29 x 100 centimeters and to the height of 23 centimeters has inscriptions in the Tholth and Naskh scripts.
Taft
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