Khodja Ahror Vali
Khoja Akhror Vali (real name Khoja Ubaydullah ibn Khoja Mahmud ibn Khoja Shakhobiddin Shoshiy) is a Central Asian thinker, one of the leaders of the Nakshbandi sect. His father, Sheikh Khoja Mahmud, was an assistant to Nakshbandi and was engaged in trade and agriculture. Sheikh Khovandi Tahur is his maternal grandfather. Khoja Akhror Vali spent his childhood and youth in Tashkent. He studied at the madrasas of Tashkent and Samarkand. He was interested in mysticism.