Sights

Namangan city

Yusufkhon ugli Kosimkhon mosque

This beautiful mosque is the 189th mosque in the region, where all conditions for visitors are created. “We intend to build many such places,” said Musakhon Abbasiddinov, imam of the "Yusufkhon ugli Kosimkhon" mosque.

Madrasah Mulla Kirgiz

Madrasah "Mulla-Kirgiz" has been standing in the center of Namangan for over a hundred years, becoming one of the symbols of the city, a kind of its brand. During the turbulent twentieth century, this building has gone through many trials, miraculously escaping destruction.

Mausoleum Abdulaziz Majzub

One of the representatives of the Uzbek mystical literature. He studied at the Bukhara madrasah. He learned mysticism from Caliph Hussein Yangikurgani. In mysticism, Majzub Namangani used a special method of dhikr jahriya (open dhikr). In his honor, it was read with a special status in Sufi conversations. This, in turn, served as dhikr. His followers were called pagans. In the 19th century, sectarianism was widespread in Turkestan. The works of Maizub Namangani were included in many manuscripts in his time and later, and were also published several times in collections.

Mausoleum Khodja Amin

In Namangan, next to the bustling city market, a small but very interesting architectural monument is modestly sheltered - the mausoleum of Haji Amin. Known as Khojamny Kabra. The mausoleum was built in the second half of the 18th century. When Namangan turned into one of the largest cities in the Fergana Valley. Looking at the monument, one involuntarily imbued with respect for the eternally living art of folk masters, who, in the conditions of feudal reaction, political fragmentation and anarchy, managed to preserve high artistic traditions rooted in antiquity.

Sultan Uvays Karani

Uwais Karani is the basis of the Uwais sect in Sufism. He lived during the time of Muhammad S.A.V., but they did not see each other. Muhammad S.A.V. bring him to the Companions. Muhammad S.A.V. before his death, he bequeathed his woolen clothes to Uwais. Uwais was killed at the Battle of Siffin with Mu'awiyah. According to other sources, Uwais died in Khotan and was buried there.