Ali b. Musa b. Ja'far b. Tawus(Redirected from Sayyid b. Tawus)
- This article is about 'Ali b. Tawus, known as al-Sayyid b. Tawus. For other people named as Ibn Tawus, see Ibn Tawus (disambiguation).
Al-Sayyid Raḍī al-Dīn, ʿAlī b. Mūsā b. Jaʿfar b. Ṭāwūs (Arabic: السید رضي الدین، علي بن موسی بن جعفر بن طاووس) (b. 589/1193 - d. 664/1266) famously known as al-Sayyid b. Ṭāwūs (Arabic: السيد بن طاووس), was a great Shi'a scholar, author of al-Luhuf, Naqib of Shi'a during the reign of the Mongols over Baghdad. Due to his great ethical traits, his piety and constant attention to his deeds, his spiritual experiences and his acts of wonder, he was famous as Jamal al-'Arifin (beauty of the mystics).
Entrance of a shrine in Hillah, attributed to him
|Epithet||Radi al-Din, Jamal al-'Arifin, Dhu l-Hasabayn|
|Well-Known As||Al-Sayyid b. Tawus|
|Place of Birth||Hillah|
|Burial Place||Najaf, in the holy shrine of Imam 'Ali (a)|