Tomb of Imam Zadeh Shoaib (AS) in Sabzevar is one of the spiritual and beautiful shrines of Diar Sarbadaran that is visited and visited by a large number of travelers and tourists in western Khorasan every year. Most likely he is Shoaib bin Musa bin Yahya bin Ahmad bin Musa al-Thani ibn Abdullah ibn Musa al-Jun ibn Abdullah al-Muhaddah ibn al-Hasan al-Muthanna ibn al-Imam al-Hasan (peace be upon him), who leads the lineage to Imam Hassan al-Mujtaba (peace be upon him) through nine intermediaries. The date of his death and burial place are not mentioned in the available sources; But it is possible that he died in the last third of the fourth century. (Multiplication methods: 240) Shrine of Imamzadeh Shoaib (PBUH) is located in Sabzevar city, central part, south of Sabzevar city, south side of Razavi street and has a magnificent building whose area is higher than the street. Previously, Sabzevar Public Cemetery was located in this place, which was located outside the city walls. The Imamzadeh building has four tiled porches on four sides. The shrine of Imamzadeh is located in the middle of the shrine and is made of silver with gold columns. On the top of the tomb, they have built a beautiful and magnificent tiled dome with Quranic inscriptions. In addition, it has two minarets that are square up to 5 meters in height and then in the shape of an octagon and finally turned into a cylinder. The original building of the Imamzadeh tomb is probably from the Safavid period.
The southern entrance of the Imamzadeh shrine is made of tiles, and at the top of the entrance are inscriptions in Nasta’liq script. The floor of the shrine is made of cement and stone style. The height of the shrine is about ten meters and four skylights provide its light. A large part of the walls of the shrine and the porch are mirrored. The shrine of Imamzadeh is located in the middle of the shrine and is made of silver with gold columns. Above the shrine, a tiled dome with a Quranic inscription has been built. In addition, the building of the Imamzadeh has two minarets that are square up to 5 meters in height and then, in the form of octagons and finally, into cylinders. The minaret is located at the end of the minaret-shaped cylinders. The original building of the Imamzadeh probably dates back to the Safavid period and has been rebuilt, decorated and repaired in the last century.
Khorasan Razavi province, Sabzevar city, central part, Sabzevar city, south side of Razavi street.
Tomb of Imam Zadeh Yahya
Imam Fakhr Razi, who died in 606 AH, mentions his children after mentioning the ancestors of Imamzadeh Yahya (PBUH) until one of his descendants introduces him as Al-Sayyid al-Ajal Emad al-Din Ali ibn Muhammad ibn Yahya ibn Abi Mansourah, and Marozi has mentioned the same thing in his book. Bayhaqi also mentions the continuation of the generation of Imamzadeh Yahya from one of his children named Al-Sayyid al-Ajal Jalaluddin Mohammad and writes that he was born in Shawwal in the year 499 AH and died on the night of the eighth Thursday of Dhi Al-Aqda in the year 539 AH. . (Happy Tree 187, Al-Fakhri: 86). According to the late Abdul Hamid Mawlawi (may God have mercy on him) in the book of Khorasan Antiquities, quoting Ibn Hazel, Abu al-Hassan Ali ibn Zayd Bayhaqi, who died in 656 AH, it is concluded that the person buried in this tomb is the Imamzadeh of Jalil al-Qadr, Sayyid Emad al-Din Yahya ibn Hibahullah ibn Ali Ibn Muhammad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Yahya Ibn Muhammad Ibn Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Abdullah Ibn Al-Hassan Al-Makfouf Ibn Al-Hassan Al-Aftas Ibn Ali Al-Asghar Ibn Ali Ibn Al-Hussein Al-Sajjad (peace be upon him).
Therefore, there is no doubt that Yahya ibn Heba Allah Hosseini was buried in the same tomb in Sabzevar, as most of his descendants died in Sabzevar and Neishabour, and most of the tombs in these two cities belong to the same family, which unfortunately to the children of Imam Musa Kazem ( They are famous.
Imamzadeh Jafar Ibn Musa Kazem
The turquoise tiles on the outside of the dome are decorated with geometric patterns and inscriptions in the third line, hanging and masonry. In addition to the decorative aspect, it has an insulating role to protect it from snow and rain. It has been repaired. The inside of the tomb is decorated with turquoise, black, yellow and white mosaic tiles with azure background and Islamic decorative motifs up to a height of 1.5 meters. Most likely, these tiles are among the original decorations of the building, which are completely mirrored on top of the plinth.
The holy shrine of this tomb is located in the middle of the dome of the house on a 30 cm base of green marble and is made of gold and silver, which is decorated with enamel art and its inscriptions are written in the third line and suspended and made in 1371 AH. It is installed and at the end of the inscription on the door of the former shrine of the holy shrine, the date of 944 AH is engraved and at the bottom of the inscription inside the shrine, which is in the third line, the name of Shah Tahmasb Safavi and the date of 956 AH is recorded.
This shrine was made by Isfahani artists.
Imamzadeh Ibrahim Ibn Abolfazl
This building is one of the historical buildings of the Safavid period, which due to the lack of knowledge of the officials of that time about the historical value of the building with all the mirror decorations, tiling and to strengthen the building is destroyed and rebuilt with brick, stone and cement materials. Therefore, in the center of the village of Nodeh Enqelab, it welcomes many enthusiasts and pilgrims of the Ahl al-Bayt (as) every day, who visit this royal court from a distance and near to bless it. This building has ancillary facilities such as a shrine and sanitary services and good green space. The tomb of Ibrahim Ibn Abolfazl is located 45 km west of Sultanabad in the village of Nodeh Enghelab on the road from Sultanabad to Jovein.
Sabzevar historical mosalla
Sabzevar historical mosalla is a building located on the eastern outskirts of Sabzevar, which belongs to the 8th century AH. This work was registered on December 17, 1976 with the registration number 1317 as one of the national works of Iran and consists of four main rooms (central space) with a dome above it and a large porch in front of the building. The historical mosque of Sabzevar was originally the monastery of some of the elders of Sarbedariyeh and later it was used as a place for the prayers of the great holidays. This place was a place of worship that the people of Sabzevar have been going to for a long time to hold Eid and Friday prayers.
Molahadi Sabzevari Tomb
The building of this tomb is located on the south side of Kargar Square in Sabzevar. The tomb was originally built in 1883. Other changes in the building occurred during the Qajar period.
Imamzadeh Heidar, Talebi village
Imamzadeh Haidar is Imam Musa Kazem’s grandson.This view is consistent with Ansab Book.
The minaret mosque
This mosque is located in the middle of the ancient village of Khosroshir. What is left of this great mosque today are the rafters on both sides of a porch 11 meters deep and 6 meters wide, and the roof and wall of the qibla have collapsed. The main altar of the mosque is located at the end of the porch, which at present, only the lower part of it remains. Next to the remains of the eastern nave about 60 years ago, there were brick minarets on the body of which, inscriptions in Kufic script and cross-brick ornaments were broken and knotted. The reason for this naming is the existence of the minaret. Some experts consider this building to be among the architectural works of the patriarchal era and at the same time as the Varamin Grand Mosque. The short surviving works of it are also considered as valuable works, and it has been registered in the list of national works under number 2093.
Imamzadeh Mir Motahar
Babalangar village has been the main route for pilgrims to cross the past; During a trip to Mashhad to visit Imam Reza (AS), Naser al-Din Shah settled in this historical complex and by writing a memorial on the inner wall of Baba Tavakol Tomb with ink, he showed his devotion to this religious tomb. Babatokol was one of the companions of Imam Reza (AS) and Mir Motahar, according to the locals, was one of his followers who mentioned that the tombs of these two people have been loved by the people from the past.
Upon entering this area, it can be seen that the plan of Mir Motahar tomb is rectangular and consists of mud, stone, brick, plaster and lime, and its carcass stone is laid and its porcelain chair is made of stone. The shape of the tomb is comparable to the wooden building of Sultanabad, Baba Tavakol and Gol Gonbad in Khoshab section.
Imamzadeh Musa Ibn Jafar, Chahak village
It is noteworthy that there is a piece of stone inside the building in which a child’s footprint has been carved with special delicacy. It belongs to the Imamzadeh buried in this tomb and it is generally believed that Imamzadeh Jafar is the younger brother of Imam Reza (as) who was martyred as a child due to the conspiracy of the enemies who were hostile to his family and is buried here. .
Astan Imamzadeh Jafar (PBUH) is located at the beginning of Chahak village on a hill overlooking the village, 27 km west of Sultanabad city of Sabzevar city with a very beautiful view and the road from Chahak to Anbaristan passes in front of it. It is an octagon that has brick extensions on the north and south fronts, and the main building and the tomb room are built on a brick platform where the main porch of the building opens.
This tomb belongs to Maulana Kamaluddin Kashefi, known as Sabzevari preacher. Also, the mentioned tomb was built in 1504 AD (Teimuri era).
Adineh Mosque or Pamenar is the oldest mosque in Sabzevar, whose original foundation dates back to the middle of the ninth century AD. In this mosque, a minaret has been built that moves like the minaret of Isfahan and is about 17 meters high. The mosque takes its name (Pamenar) from this minaret.
The entrance of this building is located on the north side. The plan of the building is octagonal from the outside, except for the north side, which is the entrance. On each side of the arch, there is a shallow facade.
Seven Innocents Korujdeh
The tomb of the Imams of Korujdeh, known as the Seven Innocents, is located north of the village of Korujdeh in Jovein.
In Marah al-Baldan, it is stated that seven Imams are buried there, and a dome and a porch have been built on their tombs by the Safavi rulers. On the front of the entrance, there are three inscriptions that indicate the restoration of the building in 1337 AH.
The interior of the tomb is octagonal with a two-storey arch on its three sides. Among the decorative elements inside the building are paintings of flowers and plants that have decorated the corners of the interior.
The most important inscription of the tomb is located under the dome, the theme of which is Salawat and Ayat of the Qur’an, and the date written on it is 819 AH. According to these dates, the tomb was founded during the Teimuri period and restored during the Safavi period.
The tomb of the Imams of Korujdeh, which is known as the Seven Innocents, is one of the shrines that is of great importance in the Jovein region. The green dome of this tomb invites pilgrims from the main road and from a distance.