Jamkaran Mosque

By Mr.Ashayeri (JSI2432)

Jamkaran Mosque is a mosque attributed to Hojjat bin Al-Hassan in Jamkaran neighborhood of Qom city. Because of its proximity to this neighborhood, this mosque is known as Jamkaran Mosque, and because of its attribution to Hojjat bin Al-Hassan, it is also called Sahibul-Zaman Mosque. In the past, it was also known as Kadhamgah Mosque. According to the Islamic World Encyclopaedia, Jamkaran was an important village in the past and its name has been repeated many times in the book of the history of Qom. This mosque has a history of more than 1000 years and in the last century, following the attention of a number of Shiite scholars, it has become one of the important pilgrimage sites in Iran. , and certain customs and beliefs have been formed around it. This mosque has an administrative building, a board of trustees, a regulation department, a registry office, a publication and research unit, a guidance unit and a specialized library.

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