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Shāh Nimatullāh or Shāh Ni'matullāh Wali (1330–1431) (Persian: شاه نعمتاللهِ ولی, Shāh Ni'matullāh-i Walī ), also spelled as Ne'matollah,Ni'matallah and Ni'mat Allah, was an Islamic scholar and a Sufi poet from the 14th and 15th centuries. Descended from the Ismaili ImamMuhammad ibn Ismail, Ni'matullah was the Qutb of a Sufi order after his master Sheikh Abd-Allah Yafae.[1] Today there is a Sufi orderNimatullahi that considers him its founder

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