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You won't find a Rumi-like mausoleum or something... It's just a grave and a minarate. The minarate, by the way, is ornamented with poor goats' horns and I honestly didn't like it. So if you aren't deeply fond of Rumi or Shams you may not...More
There are two landmarks in the tomb; first: Shams' tomb & second: minaret of ram horns
The artitecture is so simple & solitude... you can read some poems of Rumi about Shams... and watch hundreds horns of the rams which are hunted by Shah-Ismaeel (or...More
Shams Tabrizi is afforded a simple monument and tombstone located in quite an ordinary street, with sparse gardens and no shade or anywhere suitable to sit closeby. Doesn't quite give the man justice in my opinion, this is as far away from the lush gardens...More
This is unlike any Sufi Mazaar in India. The grave is in a small park. There is some controversy whether this indeed is the grave of the great Sufi saint, but modern research tends to believe it is. Khoy is a small city which is...More
This is a very historic place in Khoy. Its the tomb of Shams Tabrizi who was the spiritual teacher of Rumi. Not much is here but still its a very historic. There are English signs and poems but mostly everything is in Persian (Farsi).