|Persian Name:||Musafir e Rayy|
|No. of Episodes:||3|
After the cruel reign of the Umayyad and their dethronement by Abu Muslim of Khorasan, the Caliphate robe as the heritage of The Prophet (swas) was given to the Abbasid who were the Progeny of Abbas, The Prophet's (swas) uncle. As soon as taking power, the Abbasid considered the Alavids the most dangerous threat to their caliphate and treated the Shiite leaders most cruelly. In a way that during the Abbasi caliph's era, most of the Shiite leaders were either exiled or imprisoned and some of them finally fell to martyrdom on the order of the Abbasid caliphs.
The caliphate of Ja'far ibn al-Mu'tasim, the 10th Abbasid caliph was simultaneous to the 10th Shiite leader, Imam Ali Naqi al Hadi (as). Like his precedents, Al-Mutawakki ordered that Imam Hadi (as) to be exiled from Madina to Samarra, his capital, and imprison him among his guards.
Abdul Azim, son of 'Abdillāh son of 'Alī son of Husayn son of Zayd son of Hasan ibn 'Alī.. Shah Abdol Azim was sent to Rayy ( Modern day Tehran) by Imam Reza, to guide the people towards true Shiaism. His journey was full of hardships but he successfully reached there and delivered the message of Imam. He was one of the pious persons of his time. During his journey many spies of Abbasid Caliph Al-Matawakkil tried to capture him but failed.
The film "Traveller to Rayy" highlights some of the incidents taken place during this journey.