Mirza Muhammad Baqir Samaed Boroujerdi, known as Boroujerdi’s consonant and conservative (1263-1333), is one of the 13th and 14th century religious and poetry poets of Iran. Most Boroujerdi’s silhouette works are considered religious denominations in praise of the Shiite Imams as well as nares and poems in describing Ashura. His court includes a variety of poems such as lyrics, poems and quirks. He also has long-standing religious lyrics. Songs and poems are still called mourning and commemorations of Ashura.