Architecture of Sheikh Safiuddin Ardebili's Tomb

The tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din is of special importance and value in Islamic architecture and arts. This monument is one of the works of the seventh century AH and has gradually expanded and expanded to the present state. The monument was originally the shrine and residence of the Sheikh and his Sufi center and disciples.

Chinese house of Sheikh Safieddin Ardebili

Chinese house is one of the tombs of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili's tomb. In this hall are kept Chinese, Zarina and Simina objects. , it was made.

Works of Sheikh Safiuddin Ardebili

Sheikh Safi has not left an independent book, but according to the fourth chapter of Ibn Bazaz's book, which is devoted to the mystical interpretations of Safi al-Din Ardebili, he had a hand in religious sciences and poetry.

Sheikh Safiuddin Ardebili World Collection

Ardebil, the hometown of Sheikh Safiuddin Ardebili, was the ancestor of the Safavid dynasty from ancient times to the present day, a sacred city of Iranians. Diar has led to its conversion to a Islamic Guidance Center by Sheikh Zahed Ibrahim Zahed Gilani master of Sheikh Safieddin Ardebili. Aras plays around.

Read more

(Tomb of Sheikh Safiuddin Ardebili (Gonbadullah

This octagonal and cylindrical tomb was built by Sheikh Sadr al-Din Musa, son of Sheikh Safi al-Din Ardebili, south of the main courtyard and west of the Dar al-Hafiz Hall (Kandilhaneh), 18 m high, 6 m از in stone and brick wall. The insertion of the words of Tayeebullah in the cylindrical body of the dome tower by the combination of brick and enameled brick has made it famous for the dome of Allah. Various artistic ornamentation of the monument beneath the ceiling of the dome, imprinted canvas, silver door lintel, Qibul Qibus tile and paintings represent the culmination of eight-century-old Safavid art. In addition, the wooden carving, engraving and embroidery box, a unique example of Iranian art in the eighth century, has further enhanced its artistic beauty.

Read more