Spiritual development is no less important to man than physical and social, because it brings a person closer to higher values and fills his life with a special meaning. We have developed a separate tour for pilgrims, which included a tour of the cities of our Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand.
The capital of Uzbekistan deserves attention, combining modernity and versatility of historical sights. Here, in the religious complex of Hazrati Imam, the last surviving to the present day is the original of the Koran - a relic that is the property of all mankind. Dozens of unique monuments of history and culture will open doors to you in a kaleidoscope of epochs, acquaint you with the art of ancient architecture.
In Tashkent, buried a great Islamic saint and theologian Zangi-Ata, whose theoretical works have made a significant contribution to the development of Muslim science. In memory of him in the vicinity of the capital on the orders of Tamerlane was built a large-scale memorial complex that has survived to our days.
There is no need to talk about Samarkand. Who has not heard about this amazing city? Here is concentrated a huge number of mausoleums and madrassas, which are known throughout the world: the mausoleum of the Prophet Doniyor, also known as Daniil; the Shakhi-Zinda complex, which includes over 20 unique mausoleums, including the legendary mausoleum of Kusama Ibn Abbas, the cousin of the Prophet Muhammad; the mausoleum of Rukhabad, where the Islamic preacher, scholar and theologian Burhaneddin Klych Sagardji was buried; One of the most revered Islamic shrines in the whole of Central Asia is the ensemble Abdi-Darun, where the famous Islamic jurist Abd-al-Mazeddin is buried.
Also here is buried in the nominal memorial complex of the great Islamic scholar Imam al-Bukhari. He dedicated a collection of hadiths all his life, which he counted about 800 thousand. Of these, he subsequently selected only 7,275, which reasonably found the most reliable, and combined them in his work as al-Jami al-Saheeh. For this fundamental work, it took him a long 16 years.
Among the students of Al-Bukhari, one of the most prominent was At-Tirmizi, who continued the work of his teacher. His work, Sunan at-Tirmizi, is one of the six most authoritative Sunni collections of hadith.
The fortified city of Bukhara demonstrates the grandeur of the buildings of the past - part of the fortress walls have survived to this day, and the main citadel of the Arch has almost not suffered from the time. Bukhara has preserved for us many important buildings for the Islamic world. The mausoleum of the famous Sufi sheikh, the theologian Saif ad-Din Boharzi, the mausoleum of Chashma-Ayub, erected around the ancient well, whose appearance is directly connected with the Prophet Ayub (Job) and the mausoleum of Bahauddin Naqshband - the great Sufi figure and teacher who created a number of rules, on the basis of which the famous Order of Naqshbandiyya was founded. In addition, the main symbol of the city - the Kalyan mosque - that holds up to 12,000 people at the same time enjoys special reverence.
And this is not a complete list of sacred places in Tashkent, Bukhara and Samarkand.
Visiting the places where these and many other outstanding Islamic figures worked, is an important part of the tour. The tour is developed individually for each tourist, taking into account all his wishes.
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