Kashmar granitoids of Taknar zone, in north part of Lut block, intruded into volcanic rocks and consist of granites, granodiorites, monzodiorite and gabbrodiorites. They are composed of mainly plagioclase, alkali-feldspar, quartz, amphibole, biotite and pyroxene minerals. Harker diagram variation, including negative correlations CaO, MgO, FeO, TiO2 and V and positive correlations K2O, Rb, Ba, and Th, with increasing SiO2 and chondrite-normalized REE patterns, suggest that fractional crystallization of gabbrodioritic rocks could have played a signiﬁcant role in the formation of granites. Their chondrite-normalized REE patterns are characterized by LREE enrichment and show slight negative Eu anomalies. Chondrite-normalized REE modelling indicates that the magma of Kashmar gabbrodiorites were generated with 3–5% of partial melting of a a spinel-lherzolite source. Melting of parental magma located at ~53 km.