This tomb belong to one of the descendants of the 4th Imam of the Shiite sect, is situated in a locality by the same name, and near the Qal'eh Gateway of the city. This structure was a fine example of the architectural effects of the 9th and 10th centuries AH., which unfortunately turned to ruins a few decades ago. Today, the only remaining relic of those times is an azure colored tablet on the tomb, which is a remnant from the 7th and 8th centuries.
It is said that the city of Qom existed in the pre-Islamic ages, whereas, some believe that the same belongs to the post Islamic times. Kom was the name of the ancient rampart of the city of Qom, thus, the Arabs called it Qom (or Ghom).
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