Mohammad Baqer Majlesi (b. 1037/1628-29 – d. 1110/1699) (Persian: علامه مجلسی Allameh Majlesi; also Romanized as: Majlessi, Majlisi, Madjlessi), known as Allamah Majlesi or Majlesi Al-Thani (Majlesi the Second), was a renowned and very powerful Iranian Twelver Shia Scholar and Thinker, during the Safavid era. He has been described as “one of the most powerful and influential Shi’a ulema of all time”, whose “policies and actions reoriented Twelver Shia’ism in the direction that it was to develop from his day on.”
Mohammad Baqer Majlesi’s Tomb
He was buried next to his father in a family mausoleum located next to the Jamé Mosque of Isfahan.