It is located on the hill known as The Hill of the Prophets in the town of Bend. It is understood that the inscription in the tomb was built in 557/1162. Nebi Harun-i Asefi, the clerk of Hazrat Suleiman, was the son of Berhiya.
According to legend, Nebi Haru-u Asefi, a relative of Solomon (clerk, queen), came with an army to take the Assyrians’ Castle of Bent, but the castle was too high to capture it. When the third siege shouted “bend over” to the castle, the castle was bent and conquered.
Instead of this visit, the locals come on Wednesdays. Those who are ill wish healing and offerings are dedicated and the Quran is read.