Abolvafa (Gonbad) Mausoleum, Koohdasht
This Mausoleum is located 25 km. west of Koohdasht, on the skirts of the Bareh Kazem Mountains. The inhabitants of this area follow the Dervish principles. This tomb is that of 'Abol Vafa', one of the seven disciples of the Dervish 'Sultan Isaq' (A descendent of Imam Moosa Kazem, the 7th Imam of the Shiite sect). Abol Vafa, the leader of Dervish sect, lived at the end of the 7th or the beginning of the 8th century A.H.
Imamzadeh Ja'far, Borujerd
This architecturally fascinating structure (mausoleum) is located in the midst of an ancient graveyard, east of Borujerd. This relic is from the Saljuqi period. The actual grave is on a lower level than its surrounding. The 'haram' or Imamzadeh has lost some of its ancient charm. The entrance of this mausoleum faces east, and its two halls are adorned with tile work from the Safavid and Qajar periods. The intricate carvings on the doors and around the fringes are the masterpieces of the craftsmen of the Safavid era. Internally the haram is octagonal with a wooden and silver railing in the center.
This structure was constructed in the year 1203 A.H. There is a belief that this is the resting abode of one of the offspring of Imam Moosa Kazem, though the actual name of the person buried is Abdollah -ebnal-Hossain-al-Ma'quf ebnal Hossain.
Shah Mohammad Dome, Khorram Abad
In the northern most part of Tehran, on the skirts of the mountains of Tet and Daramar, is the dome and tomb of Shah Mohammad. This site is considered as a pilgrimage by the people of Lurestan and Kermanshah. The main structure is square but becomes octagonal at the top. The walls are adorned with beautiful tile work and the top of the minarets have been artistically done in brick, laid out in a zigzag style.
The structure dates back to the year 1322 A.H. The entrance door of the structure is covered with silver, carved with religious versus in the Nasta'liq script. Around the fringes are poetic versus from the reputed poet, Mohtasham-e-Kashani. The dome has been made of brick, mortar and tiles. There are also four rooms for the use of residing pilgrims.
Shahzadeh Ahmad (Shah Cheraq) Mausoleum, Khorram Abad
This Imamzadeh is situated in the village of Mazoo in Khorram Abad Township. It is also known by the names of Geg Ahmad and Seyed Ahmad. It is believed that this tomb is that of Shah Cheraq one of the offspring of Imam Moosa Kazem (P.B.U.H.). This mausoleum is a four sided structure with a ten- paneled dome with approximately 1,000 grams of gold on it. The entrance faces the north. On the tomb is a wooden plate.
The honorary workers of the Imamzadeh wear red turbans, as the belief goes that when Shah Ahmad was in an angered state, he would tie a red shawl around his waist. Whenever a dispute or war between the tribes arises these workers of the Imamzadeh lift the special banner, which is looked on with much respect, thus quelling the differences.
Tajeddin Mausoleum, Khorram Abad
It is located to the south of Gerdab Village (Khorram Abad), on the skirts of the Dez Mountains. The dome of this structure is in a state of ruins. This is the tomb of the reputed Seyed Tajeddin. But there is a belief amongst the inhabitants, that the said grave belongs to one of the offspring of Imam Moosa Kazem (P.B.U.H.). Around the mausoleum a few old graves with Kufic inscriptions can be noted.
Other Mausoleums and Imamzadehs, Lurestan
Other mausoleums and pilgrimage sites are : Zayd-ebn Ali (west of the Jame Mosque of Khorram Abad), Imamzadeh Qassem (Borujerd); Mohsen Ebne Ali Mausoleum, Borujerd; Shah Zavarioon Mausoleum, Borujerd; Shahzadeh Abol Hassan Mausoleum, Borujerd.