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Bayazid bastami (Persian: بايزيد بسطامى‎; also known as Abu Yazid Bistami or Tayfur Abu Yazid al-Bustami, (804-874 or 877/8[2] CE) was a Persian[3] sufi. He was born in Bastam. Hazrat Bayazid Bastami was a renowned Scholar and Savant. He was a disciple of Hazrat Imam Jafar as Sadiq so became the Tafuri Sheikh (of Silsilah Tafuri which later became as Silsilah NAQSHBANDIA). Bayazid Bastami took this a step further and emphasized the importance of religious ecstasy in Islam, referred to in his words as drunkenness (سكر/sukr or wajd), a means of self-annihilation in the Divine Presence of the Creator. Before him, the sufi path was mainly based on piety and obedience and he played a major role in placing the concept of divine love at the core of Sufism. When Bayazid died he was over seventy years old. Before he died, someone asked him his age. He said: "I am four years old. For seventy years I was veiled. I got rid of my veils only four years ago.” Bayazid died in 874 CE and is buried in compound area of Bistam Mosque .

Beside Bastami's Shrine are present many graves including grave of Imamzadeh Muhammad ibn Ja'far al-Sadiq, surnamed al-Dibaj ("the handsome"), the younger full brother of Musa al-Kadhim, appeared in Mecca in the year 200 A.H. and later migrated to Semnan. Al-Dibaj passed away in Bastam (203 A.H. / 818 C.E) and was buried in Bayazid Bastami Mosque.

There is also Shah Mahmud Ghazan (1271–1304) (Mongolian: Газан хаан, Chinese: 合贊, sometimes referred to as Casanus by Westerners) was the seventh ruler of the Mongol Empire's Ilkhanate division in modern-day Iran from 1295 to 1304. He was the son of Arghun and Quthluq Khatun, continuing a long line of rulers who were direct descendants of Genghis Khan.

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