About Tomb of Khajeh Rabi
Tomb of Khajeh Rabi belongs to Safavid Era and it is located at the end of Khajeh Rabi Street, in a big and pleasant garden in Mashhad. Khajeh Rabi has been one of the companions of the Prophet of Islam (PBUH), one of the commanders of Imam Ali (AS) corps and one of the eighth ascetics of early Islam. In his last years of life, Khajeh Rabi lived in Noghan (the capital of Toos at that time) and when he passed away, he was buried a league to the north of this city. It is known that Imam Reza (AS) has visited his tomb when traveling to Khorasan. From outside, Tomb of Khajeh Rabi is octagonal and it is four-porched from inside. On this structure, there is a dome to the height of 18 meters covered by beautiful turquoise tiles and inside the structure is adorned with golden paintings. These cases along with two inscriptions written by Alireza Abbasi (the great calligrapher of Safavid Era) have added a special beauty to this tomb such that it has made this tomb a high rank in terms of being artistic. Khajeh Rabi Garden is one of the major cemeteries of Mashhad. Tomb of Khajeh Rabi has been registered as a national monument of Iran.