|Biographical detail : ||An Iranian scholar and philosopher of the Hikma School of philosophy.
After completing his studies, Hadi returned to Sabzevar and founded a Madarasa, which attracted students from as far as India. His doctrines were an exposition of the philosophical concepts of Mullah Sadra. He wrote Asrar ul Hikma and Sharh Manzumah, in Arabic and a commentary on Masnawi of Ar-Rumi. Nasruddin Shah
Haji Hadi was born in Sabzevar, Iran, and he studied in Sabzevar, Mashed and Isfahan. Qajar built a mausoleum for him after his death in Mashed.