Navoiy city

Imam Hasan and Imam Hussein

Husayn ibn Ali (626-680) was the younger son of Ali ibn Abu Talib, the grandson of Muhammad (S.A.W.). After Hasan's death in 669, Ali's supporters proclaimed him their leader. After the death of Caliph Muawiyah in 680, the movement against the Umayyads intensified in Iraq. Hussein ibn Ali refused to swear allegiance to Yazid. The Shiites of Kufa recognized Husayn ibn Ali as their imam and invited him to Kufa to lead a rebellion against Caliph Yazid. Husayn ibn Ali left Mecca for Kufa. When he and his 70 warriors reached the plain of Karbala near Kufa, he was opposed by the 4,000 strong army of Caliph Yazid. Hussein ibn Ali was martyred on October 10, 680 and was buried there. In this regard, Karbala has become the main Shiite shrine. The date of the death of Hussein ibn Ali is celebrated by the Shiites as a day of mourning.

Jome mosque "Osiyo baland"

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Shrine "Saidkul Avliyo"

Aiteki bi was a statesman who made a great contribution to strengthening the unity of the Kazakh people. He went down in history not only as a wise judge, but also as a well-known orator, subtle psychologist and philosopher. Aiteki bi is one of the main authors of the "Zhety Zhargy" (Seven Codes) steppe code of laws, which contributed to the replacement of blood feud, the principle of blood for blood, “fair punishment”.

Sentoba Chashmai Ako

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Complex Nurata Chashma

According to one of the legends circulating among the local population, a meteorite that emitted light fell on the site of the complex 40 thousand years ago, and a spring gushed at the site of the meteorite fall. As it turned out, its water has healing properties. Local residents began to call this place nur, that is, “light”. The name of the city of Nurata allegedly came from this (nur - light / ray, ata - father - Father of light)

Mosque Abu Al-Harakani

He was tall, fair-skinned, broad-browed, with a slightly rounded face and large eyes, a countryman of Bayezid Bistami and the guardian of his grave. His speech was intelligible and clear, in a word, he was like ‘Umar al-Faruk (radiallahu anhu) in everything. According to his explicit and hidden knowledge, he was the ruler of souls, having received the degree of kutub and gaus.

Shakarak mosque

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The first thing that attracts attention is the very name "Shakhimardan", as well as the name of the neighboring village "Yardan". Their modern translations (shakhimardan - "king of young men", Yardan - "from the ravine" or "from friends".

Mausoleum Sheikh Kasim

Sheikh Kasim Madrasah is an architectural monument in the Karman district of the Navoi region of Uzbekistan (16th century). On the western side of the khanaka in 1910-1911. Amir Alimkhan built a dakhma on which the tomb of Amir Abdullah Khan was installed; The khanaka of Qasim Sheikh consists of a khanaka, a tomb, a mosque, a canopy and dakhmas of Amir Abdullah Khan, rooms and other premises. Initially, the khanaka was built for Qasim Sheikh (1558) at the donation of Abdullah II, the ruler of the Bukhara Khanate. After the death of the sheikh, he was buried in the eastern courtyard of the khanaka. Many historical artifacts in the complex disappeared without a trace, the walls collapsed. In 1999-2000, at the initiative of Islam Karimov, the complex turned into a prosperous place.