Also known as: Bondor Abad Monastery, Sultan Complex Of Bondar Abad, Bondarabad Complex, Shah Mahmood Khanqah, Sheikhdad Complex
The Soltan aggregate of Bondor Abad (Sultan Complex Of Bondar Abad) is located in the Rostaq vicinity (Sadrabad Rostagh). The most significant parts of this complex are: Monastery (Khaneqah), Jame' Mosque, Hosseinieh (Mourning Place), water reservoir, watch tower and a tomb which is the burial-place of a number of Sheikhs of Dadaee Dynasty.
In terms of art designing, calligraphy and sculpture, a number of these tombstones are of great value. In the Jame' Mosque of this complex, there is a unique pulpit decorated with tiles and spectacular with Islamic design and hand writings.
Bondar Abad Khanqah: Numerous Khanaqahs (gathering places for Dervishes, also known as Khanghah) are scattered across Yazd province. Bondarabad Khanaqah (Sheikhdad or Shah Mahmood Khanqah) located in Rostaq’s Sultan Bandarabad Complex and Bida Khavid Khanaqah in the small Bida Khavid village (near Taft) are two examples of Iranian Khanaqahs.
This complex is a graveyard to some of the elders of "Dadaei" dynasty. In the mosque of this complex, there is a pulpit of moaraq tile with knot, arabesque, and Sols type of calligraphy patterns, which from point of art, you cannot find anything like that in Yazd province.
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