عنوان مقاله [English]
The tomb of the victorious Nahavandi, dubbed Abu Lulu and Baba Shujauddin Naiay of the Ilkhanid period in Kashan on Amir Kabir Street, located on a road adjoining the Finn Garden. According to the available evidence, a victorious Nahavand was sold into slavery in the war against the Arabs. He considered the latter to be the main cause of the events and, at the appropriate opportunity, murdered him in the mosque and killed himself. Two centuries later, when the Shi'ite movement was under development in some Iranian cities, its supporters brought bones and remains of their bodies to Iran and buried them in the Shiite center of Kashan (1).Following the preservation of a monument regardless of the political narratives and political events surrounding it, the necessity of introducing and identifying the tombs of the followers of "Abulolo" has given rise to the present article. Occasionally monuments and sites, or sacred or archaic trees, are in vain pretexts that sometimes stem from fanaticism and ignorance, and in some cases are politically and economically disadvantaged, either over time or in the form of reconstruction and demolition. The new form lacks energy and credibility, and in some cases it is destroyed by internal and external pressures. As the pressures and threats of today have made the building of Abulolo's tomb in Kashan in dire condition, a wall has been erected against it and it could potentially suffer serious damage in the near future.