Also known as: Haj Mulla Hadi Sabzevari Tomb, Tomb of Hadi Sabzavari, Asrar Tomb
Hajj Molla Hadi Sabzavari (Hadi Sabzevari) was a famous philosopher, mystic theologian and poet of the Qajar period.His tomb Also known as ASRAR Tomb (Tomb of Secrets) is located east of Sabzevar, beside Zand Square, in a garden belonging to the said personality. The tomb was constructed by Mirza Yusef Mostowfi-ol-Mamalik. The building was repaired and some additions have been made to it by the National Monument Association. The building is made of brick, and consists of main hall in which the grave is placed and a dome with four porticos alongside.
Haj Molla Hadi Sabzavari wrote some fifty-two works of prose and poetry in both Arabic and Persian. He wrote the Asrar al-hikmah (The Secrets of Wisdom), which, together with his Arabic treatise Sharh-i manzumah (A Treatise on Logic in Verse), remains a basic text for the study of hikmat doctrines in Iran. Not limited to philosophy, he also wrote poetry under the name of Asrar and completed a commentary on the Masnavi of Jalal ad-Din ar-Rumi, the great mystic poet of Islam.
The city of Sabzevar (Formerly called Beyhaq), located 250 kilometers west of the provincial capital of Mashhad, was once part of the Parthian Empire. the city was ruined and reconstructed many times throughout history until the Safavid era when it flourished.
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