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The period of poets and literature in the tombs of poets

The period of poets and literature in the tombs of poets

The Tomb of the Poets in Tabriz, mystics, writers and scholars and celebrities of different periods of Iran, from Asadi Tusi to Shahriyar, is embraced so that they may rest in a tomb after the unfaithfulness of the world and their hard life. This tomb shines as a general and special sight as one of the oldest, most historical and most symbolic buildings of Tabriz. Apart from the tomb of Master Shahriyar, do you know any other famous person who is buried in the Tomb of the Poets?

Was the recognition of Tabriz as a city of poetry and literature due to these amazing people or not, is it Tabriz that draws these celebrities to itself so that they become famous? I do not know, but whatever it is, celebrities such as Khaghani Shervani, Asadi Tusi, Salman Savoji, Anvari Abivardi, Shahriyar and other great people of this tomb were educated poets and writers who saw a few years ahead of their time.

Iran, East Azarbaijan Province, Tabriz, Sorkhab Neighborhood, Thiqah al-Islam Street, Tomb of the Poets.

All days of the week from 8:30 or 9:00 am to 6:00 pm or 7:00 pm

If you do not know or have not heard anything from the greats of this tomb, in Alibaba Tourism Magazine on history, geographical location, list of poets I will say more about the architect of the Tomb of the Poets of Tabriz and the tomb of Master Shahriyar.

800 year old humans

When two great poets, Asadi Tusi and Qatran Tabrizi, were buried in this place, they named it in different periods of Hazira al-Shoara, Hazir al-Qadha, and Sorkhaq Cemetery, so that perhaps the memory of these worldly people for the art-loving people of Iran may be hundreds. , May be kept alive for thousands of years to come, but from decade to decade and century to century, poets, mystics and famous celebrities joined the ranks of Asadi Tusi and Khaghani Shervani until Hazira al-Shoara (the place where poets live) and the tomb of the poets (burial place). Became poets.

مقبره الشعرا تبریز

Despite the hardships of life that afflict these nobles during their lifetime, these problems continue to plague their tombs after their deaths with natural disasters such as the 1193 and 1194 earthquakes. And had removed it from its original form and appearance.

In the meantime, Professor Alireza Farzanehmehr was able to reconstruct and display a manifestation of modern art and Iranian architecture by presenting a new design of the Tomb of the Poets of Tabriz in the competitions that I will mention below. . The poor architecture of this tomb with its new design in 1350 AH, became a stone and memorable tomb and finally on March 9, 2009 it was nationally registered, which is now one of the Places of Tabriz .

From the first to the last poet

It has been 800 years since Asadi Tusi and Qatran Tabrizi were buried as the first Iranian poets in the Tomb of the Poets. Due to the natural damage and the negligence of a small number of people, the number of tombs of human beings of the power of the tomb of the poets of Tabriz is hidden and destroyed.

مقبره الشعرای تبریز One of the interesting points of the Tomb of the Poets is that it is not limited to any boundaries and mystics, writers and poets from different places, whether in search of peace Most of them migrated to Tabriz due to their distance from various wars between the people, and after their deaths, they were buried in the tombs of the poets.

According to some sources, more than 320, 400 or 410 celebrities with different backgrounds from different parts of Iran and from different times rested in this place; Poets whose poems were adorned with Persian or Turkish poetry; A poet like Master Shahriar.

Stars of the Tomb of Tabriz Poets

  • Asadi Tusi (poet, Iranian, Muslim, Ghaznavid, Seljuk period, fifth century);
  • Khaghani Shervani (poet, Iranian, Tabrizi, Muslim, sixth century, 505 to 578 AH);
  • Mahmoud Malmasi (poet and writer (a little bit of calligraphy and gilding), Iranian, 1296 to 1370);
  • Nasrullah Tabib (calligrapher, Iranian, eighth century);
  • Shapur Neyshabouri or Jamaluddin Shahpour bin Mohammad Ashhari (poet, Iranian, sixth century);
  • Salman Sawji or Khawaja Jamaluddin Salman bin Khawaja Alauddin Muhammad (poet, eighth century),
  • Anwari Abivardi or Ohad al-Din Muhammad ibn Muhammad Anwari (poet, Persian poet, mathematician, astronomer, philosopher and scientist, Iranian, Seljuk period, sixth century);
  • Mehdi Roshanzamir (poet, writer, contemporary writer and researcher, Iranian, Tabriz);
  • Mirza Taher Tabrizi calligrapher (copyist, Iranian, East Azerbaijan 1267 to 1355);
  • Aziz Khan Makri (Sardar, Iranian, Tabrizi, Muslim);
  • Shakibi Tabrizi (poet, Iran, Tabriz, tenth century);
  • Maghribi Tabrizi or Mullah Mohammad Shirin Maghribi Tabrizi (poet, Sufi, Iranian, eighth century);
  • Qatran Tabrizi (poet, Iranian, Shadadian and Ravadian period, fifth century);
  • Mirza Ali Thiqah al-Islam Tabrizi (religious scholar, cleric, writer and one of the scholars of Azerbaijan, Iranian, Muslim, 1239 to 1290);
  • Shamsuddin Mohammad Sajasi (poet, Iranian);
  • Zahir Faryabi (poet, ode’s house, Iran, sixth century);
  • Language of Shiraz or Maulana Wajihuddin Abdullah Language of Shiraz (poet, Iranian, Shiraz);
  • Mani Shirazi (poet and writer, Iranian, Shah Ismail Safavid period);
  • Majir al-Din Bilqani (poet, Iranian, sixth century);
  • Hammam Tabrizi or Khajeh Hammamuddin Mohammad bin Alaeddin Hammam Tabrizi (poet, Iranian, Tabriz, 617 to 693 AH);
  • Shahriar or Mohammad Hossein Behjat Tabrizi (poet, 1285-1367).

Tomb of Master Shahriar, Haidar Baba in the Tomb of the Poets

The brightest tomb I can see among all the tombs of the poets is the tomb of Seyyed Mohammad Hossein Behjat Tabrizi, nicknamed Master Shahriyar. Professor Shahriar was born in 1285 and went to Tehran to study various fields of music, religious sciences, medicine and medicine. Little by little, they recognized him with beautiful Persian and Turkish poems.

آرامگاه استاد شهریار He returned to his hometown in 1332 and during his peak of fame, due to his long illness in 1367, he was buried next to the great men of the Tomb of the Poets. Took; A poet who has made me fall in love with Turkish and sometimes Persian poetry.

آرامگاه استاد شهریار

If I like three great Iranian poets, after Rumi and Roudaki, I am fascinated by Shahriyar. Some poets turn to poetry because of their criticism of the government, the state of society, and some because of the mystical atmosphere, but Mohammad Hussein’s love for him led him to the other side, Shahriar, to leave medicine and spend his life in Persian and Turkish poetry. Let. The prince commanded that he be buried in the tomb of his poet companions.

General meaning: O Heidar Baba, when lightning strikes, when the waters of the floods and rivers flow with a roar, when the girls (of the village) line up to watch it, in these moments, my greetings and devotion to Shaukat And I will send to your tribe; Say my name too (remember me).

Architecture of Poets’ Tomb

Unfortunately, the architecture of the poets’ mausoleum has been damaged by nature for centuries. Great men organize a contest to use one of the given designs to build a memorial to the Tomb of the Poets.

معماری مقبره الشعرا

Mr. Gholamreza Farzanehmehr presented his design in this competition and finally won. Implementation of this architecture with a height of 30 meters began in 1351 and continued and ended in ten years, ie until 1361.

How to go to the Tomb of the Poets in Tabriz

When you go to Manjem Square in Tabriz, you enter the path of Sigheh al-Islam Street, and after passing 29 Bahman Boulevard, Imam Khomeini Street and Kaboud Mosque, you enter Sigheh al-Islam Street, and when you reach the first crossroads, you can reach the Tomb of the Poets of Tabriz. See.

چگونه به مقبره الشعرای تبریز برویم

Text Address: Iran, East Azarbaijan Province, Tabriz, Sorkhab Neighborhood, Sheshgalan Neighborhood, Sigheh Al-Islam St. Intersection of Aref, Takyeh Haidar, next to the rest of Seyyed Hamza and the tomb of Ghaem Magham and Malabasi, the tomb of poets.

Phone number: 35242792-041

Working hours : 8:30 or 9:00 am to 6:00 pm or 7:00 pm


Invite yourself to the Poetry Period

After examining all the details of the Tomb of the Poets in Tabriz, you get to know other poets and Persian and Turkish literature of Iran better and more.

In today’s article by Alibaba, I talked about the architecture of the tombs of poets and a few of the great poets and literature; Poets such as Shahriyar, Asadi Tusi, Anvari Eburi, Khaghani Shervani, Qatran Tabrizi, etc., but all this is not a reason not to visit the tomb of poets and the tomb of Shahriyar. With all the information I have given you about this tomb, it is ignorance and persecution of our poets to be ignored.

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