The conditions and relations of Sadrodin Safavid and criticism of the Qasem-e Anvār story
The era of Sadradin Mosa Safavi (1334-1389) coincided with disintegration of the Ilkhanid dynasty and the start of the Fatrat period one of the most important periods in which the Safavid family tried to preserve and expand their properties and possessions resorting to popular actions like building Sufis’ House and monastery. During this period not only Sadrodin made conscious efforts to expand the properties and possessions of his family but also to use various policies, like claiming to be a Sayyed, the publication of the book Safavat al-Safā, and a building mausoleum, had outstanding achievements. In fact we should call him the builder and architect of the Safavid family. By his popular efforts in that period he could depict the feudal society as a Sufi-like one. Hence Safavid feudalism fall into oblivion. Subsequently the family got closely related to Sufism and mysticism. In this respect using different forms and orientations of Sufism the dynasty tried to hide its feudalism and tried to make disciples for itself. Among these were the unfounded claims for mentor and disciple relation between Sadradin and Qasem-e Anvār. The article presented tries to survey the claims for such relationship between Sadradin and Qasem-e Anvār and to investigate relations actions and measures taken by Sadradin.
Journal of Historical Researches, Volume:1 Issue:1, 2009
67 - 100
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