Revered as the eighth Shia Imam and the beloved grandson of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Imam Reza's shrine holds immense cultural significance in Iran.
Throughout history, the holy shrine has witnessed numerous ceremonies commemorating religious occasions like Ramadan, a testament to its enduring importance during the Safavid, Afsharid, and Qajar eras.
Its recognition by UNESCO as a World Heritage site further solidifies the holy shrine’s distinction.
With its grand dimensions, the Imam Reza (AS) Holy Shrine claims the title of the world's largest mosque in terms of size and the second largest in terms of capacity. Its celestial designs and captivating architecture captivate the hearts of pilgrims from all corners of the globe.
A rich cultural tradition exists, wherein Muslims devote their possessions to the Prophet and Shia Imams through acts of endowment or Nazri, aiming to assist the needy and seek divine rewards and forgiveness.
Each year, thousands of devotees embark on a pilgrimage to the holy shrine, carrying their heartfelt dedications.
Join iFilm exclusive report for a spiritual journey and experience the profound serenity within the sacred grounds of the Imam Reza (AS) holy shrine.