Hassan Ali Nokhodaki Isfahani

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Hassan Ali Nokhodaki Isfahani (Persian: حسنعلی نخودکی اصفهانی‎) (Born in Isfahan 1282 - Died: 1942.mashhad) Jurist, philosopher and moralist and Shia in the fourteenth century AH. Sheikh Hassan Ali Isfahani son of Rajab Ali son of Ali Akbar Isfahani, was born in a religious family.[1]


Hassan Ali was born in 1279 AH in Isfahan on collision with Muhammad Sadeq Takhte Fooladi Enter the world of mysticism.[2]


Hassan Ali Isfahani, in the beginning of his adolescence, began studying the sciences, reading, writing and speaking. While in the city of Isfahan, he took an interest in Arabic literature, and with the great masters of the time, began studying jurisprudence/law, logic and philosophy. He jurisprudence and philosophy Akhund Mullah Mohammad Kashani taught. As well as the philosophy and wisdom of Jahangir Khan and interpretation of the Quran and the apprenticeship courses Haji Syed Sinai and several other learned scholars of the era. Then to complete the teachings of the holy city of Najaf and the tomb of Ali ibn Abi Talib went to. In this city, the lessons Haji Seyyed Mohammad fesharaki and Haji Syed Murtaza Kashmiri and Mullah Ismail Gharabaghi was used. In addition to his theological and mystical science lessons in Isfahan and Najaf jurisprudence, principles and philosophy of people like Jahangir Khan Qashqai, Akhund Khurasani and Mohammad fesharaki learned.[3]


He died in 1862 and was buried in Mashhad courtyard of the Islamic Revolution.

See also[edit]

Ali Tabatabaei


  1. ^ farsnews. Sheikh Nokhodaki.
  2. ^ Gulshan-e-Abrar, Volume VI, p. 100
  3. ^ mehrnews. Biography of Hassan Ali Isfahani.