It was the evening of January 29th 1951 when he started his life on the earth; he showed interest in painting and calligraphy from early childhood up to the extent that his calligraphy teachers at school would ask him to write the duty on the blackboard for the rest of the kids in the class to exercise.
He was 11 years old at the time he became acquainted with Master Fazaeli, where he began to receive his strict upbringing in calligraphy while he was still attending his general education at school. 12 years was the length of the time he profited from his master where he learned varieties of Persian calligraphy such as Naskh, Nastaligh, Tholth, Shékasteh, professionally, and other Islamic calligraphic scripts generally. He was only 16 when he wrote his first Tholth epigraph on seven colored glazed tiles. He also benefited orally and by correspondence from the presence of other major masters such as Master Zanjani, Master Kaveh and Master Salahshour. In the mean time he participated in national level competitions in several consecutive years and always ranked first place, which caused him to be recognized and thereafter supported by the Minister and Ministry of Culture of the era to be given the honor to receive lessons from Master Moussa Arafi known by the name of Hamedalamadi for 18 months in Izmir, Turkey. He perfected his expertise in various calligraphy areas by getting lessons from Mr. Hashem Baghdadi by mail for about 6 years.
It was 1972 when he started teaching many students and in 1978 he officially started his classes in the Association of Calligraphers of Esfahan and since that day, many students in the variety of levels have benefited professionally from his presence and from among those students many are involved in teaching calligraphy themselves today. Since 1967 he wrote on average of 50-80 meters of epigraphs per day for mosques, sacred places and renovation of schools, which includes almost 900 thousand meters in short epigraph. During these past 40 some years, he has not missed, even a day of the task of writing and as a result of this dedication he continues to create Moarragh inscriptions during the holidays or similar tasks. He taught for several years at the University of Esfahan. Where he was a mentor to many students of that university.
Apart from Iran as a whole, one can find his work in Syria, Saudi Arabia (cover of the Kaaba), Kuwait, Dubai, Germany, USA, Indonesia, Pakistan, Austria, Malaysia and other Islamic and non-Islamic countries. Among his epigraphs inside Iran some of his remarkable work are: new aprons of the shrine of Saint Shah Abdolazime, the new entrance in Saint Shah Cheragh’s shrine, renovations and rewrites of religious places of Ghom in Safavid, Zand and/or Ghajari formats, epigraphs of Zeyd Abdollah’s sanctuary the brother of Shah Abdelazim Hassani as well as the Great Mosque of Semnan, University of Oroumiyeh, Bam’s New Palace (Great Mosque) and more.