About Qom

The honorable and most famous name of that great lady is fatemeh. After the insistence and threatening of MamoonAbbasi, Imam Reza (P.B.U.H) emigrated to Marv. He went toward Khorasan without taking any of his relatives and family. A year after the brother's emigration, Hazrat-e-Masumeh (P.B.U.H) started her journey toward Khorasan with her brothers and nephews for meeting her brother and she was welcomed in every city and town that she arrived. That was when she spread the message of oppression and loneliness of her brother Just like her aunt Zainab (P.B.U.H) to the believers and also declared hers and Ahlulbait's opposition to the cruel government of Bani Abbas. Due to that when their caravan arrived to Saveh some of the opponents supported by the government attacked them and killed most of their men and according to some narratives they also poisoned that great lady.

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Saheb al Zaman mosque – Ajjalallah Farajah – Located in a distance of 6 km from the holy city of Qom and at the hillside of the mountain DoBaradaran and at the beginning of the road of Qom to Kashan. Jamkaran mosque in the year 373 AH by order of the Imam Mahdi, and was rebuilt and repaired over the centuries again and again. Sheikh Hassan bin Mesbeh Aljamkarani says: On the night of Tuesday, 17 of the month Ramadan of the year 393 AH. I was sleeping in my house, and suddenly, a crowd of people came to my house and woke me up and told me: Get up and reply the demand of Imam al-Mahdi (Ajjallah Farajah). Then they took me to a place where now is the mosque (Jamkaran). After looking well, I saw beds with exquisite carpets on them and saw a young man in his thirties, sitting on the bed leaning against a pillow and beside him sits an old man, and he was prophet Khidhr (peace be upon him). He told me sit beside him.

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Handicrafts are symbols of culture and tradition in every land and represent the art and creativity of the people of a country. Thus, on one hand, handicrafts are related to the culture and tradition and on the other hand are closely related to the country's economic structure. For this reason, its concept and territory is not consistent in all countries. In industrialized countries the content is more artistic. But in the third world countries the handicrafts are pervasive in urban and rural areas. In Qom province agricultural activities are limited due to a dry climate, so handicrafts are one of the main economic activities of the province. The prominent handicrafts of Qom, are as the following:Weaving, woodcarving and carpentry, pottery and ceramics, bead making, sculpture and stone carving, painting, gilding and Sohan

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