Fergana city

Akhmad Al-Fergani

Ahmad al-Fergani (full name Abul Abbas Ahmad ibn Muhammad ibn Katir al-Fergani) (798 Fergana - 865 Egypt) - worked in astronomy, mathematics, geography and other fields of science. Uzbek encyclopedist. He is known in the East as Al-Fergani, and in Europe as Alfraganus. Very little is known about his life and work, and little is known about him. Life of scientific research and improvement of Ahmad al-Fergani Rules of the dynasty The Arab Caliphate became one of the largest kingdoms in the world, and many thinkers from Movarounnahr, Khorezm and Khorasan began to play an important role in its socio-political and cultural life.

Pir Siddik mausoleom

The first mausoleum in the complex was built on the right side of the tomb of Pir Siddiq, a propagandist of Islam, a close friend of the Prophet Muhammad (S.A.V.). That is why this mausoleum is called the Pir Siddik mausoleum. Over time, a mosque, a gate and a minaret were built around the mausoleum. Judging by the architectural design, the construction of the mosque in the complex dates back to the second half of the 19th century. It is said that when Piri Siddiq fled from the enemies and hid in a cave, the pigeons covered the cave entrance with their wings. After that, Pir Siddiq befriended the pigeons. Even after the death of Piri Siddiq, the pigeons survived in the border.

Burkhaniddin Al-Margilani

Burkhanuddin was born in the "Gumbaz" quarter of the Dakhi "Dakhbed" of the "Kalai-Poyon" district of the ancient city of Rishtan, into a noble family of theologians and Muslim legislators - the Fikikhs, who descended from the first Caliph Abu Bakr.