Samandar

Muhammad Kāẓim Qazvini, Samandar (1844-February 5th, 1918).

Named after the second Shaykhi leader Sayyid  Kāẓim al-Husayni al-Rashti (d.1259/1843), the thirteenth Apostle of Baha'u'llah (according to Shoghi Effendi) Muhammad Kāẓim (1844-1918)  Samandar (Phoenix), lived most of his life in Qazvin. He came from a devout Shaykhi and Babi-Baha'i background.

 

 

 

  • Tārīkh-i Samandar wa mulhaqāt. Edited by Mahdī Samandarī. Tehran: Muʾassasa-yi Millī-yi Matḅ ūʿāt-i Amrī, 131 BE/1974.