Mausoleum Sultan Uvais bobo
Pilgrims visiting Sultan Uwais Bobo refuse to recognize the mausoleum as a shrine. According to legend, after the death of Sultan Uwais, the seed of the rulers of different countries protested against the honesty of legitimizing his remains in their lands, but at dawn the body of the martyr mysteriously appeared in all seven coffins sent to him.
Mausoleum Sheikh Djalil bobo
Sheikh Jalil bobo was born from a man and a fairy. His father was one of the famous sheikhs, and for some reason the king became angry. For this he was sent to the deserted Karatov. This mountain is home to magical fairies who dance at night on this untouched land. The sheikh, who has fallen into the abode of the fairies, falls in love with one of them - the most beautiful.
Mausoleum Kechirmas bobo
Kechirmas bobo is the name of a saint who lived in this area since ancient times, when there was a desert here. Kechirmas - translated as "unforgivable". According to legend, the saint got his name because of one of the commandments of Allah, if a person sins, various diseases will be sent to him, from which he can be healed only by repenting of his mistakes. If this person makes the same mistake after healing, then he will be sick all his life.
Mausoleum Mukhammad Ibn Musa An Norindjon
The Narynjon Bobo complex is an architectural monument in Karakalpakstan (10-18 centuries). Around the center of the cemetery on the site of the fortress - the mausoleum of Norinjon Bobo - a shrine, an eastern mausoleum (14th century), a shed for khanaka, kalandarkhan (18th century) and other additional premises were built. The exact information about Noringjon Bobo has not been preserved. The tombstone reads: This is the grave of Muhammad ibn Musa ibn Daud Abu Abdullah al-Noringjani, the wise, pious, one who constantly fasts in the path of Allah, the one who creates the blessings of Allah on earth. The girikh patterns are similar to those of the gravestones of the Termez mausoleum.