Pilgrimage - Ziyorat (Premium)

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Start of the tour: Tashkent Accommodation: 3 stars.
End of tour: Tashkent Tour category: Historical tours, Sightseeing tours, Pilgrimage tours.
Duration: 7 days / 6 nights Сities: Tashkent, Bukhara, Samarkand.
  • Day 1: Tashkent

    Meeting at the airport.

    Night at the hotel.

  • Day 2: Tashkent

    10:00. The start of the tour.

    • Zangi-Ata complex - a cult-memorial ensemble formed at the burials of Sheikh Zangi Ata and his wife Barn-bibi (XIV - XIX centuries). This ruler lived in the late XII - early XIII century. He came from a noble family and was a highly educated person. Ali Khoja studied with Ahmad Yassawi, who was the spiritual leader of the Turkic tribes.

    13:00. Lunch.

    • Sheikhantaur Ensemble (1355-1913) is a majestic cult ensemble, the center of which is
      Mausoleum of Sheikh Hovendi at-Tahur (Sheikhantaur). He comprehended the mystical philosophy of Ahmad Yassawi, learning patience and meekness. In Tashkent, he settled at the holy spring. According to legend from this source the water of "eternal life" was beating, and on the shore of it, in the shade of trees, Alexander the Great himself rested;
    • Hazrat Imam complex (XVI century), Barakhan Madrasah (1531-1532) - the ensemble was built near the grave Imam, scholar, scholar of the Koran and hadiths of Hazrati Imam (Abu Bakr ibn Ismail al-Kaffal al-Shoshiy). He spoke 72 languages and translated the Old Testament (Torah) into Arabic. Here is a library of eastern manuscripts and the Koran of Caliph Usman (the only one
      surviving original manuscript of the Quran), which is written in the skin of a deer and consists of 353 large parchment sheet. Currently located and Spiritual management Muslims of Uzbekistan and Islamic University.

    18:00. Dinner at the restaurant.

    Night at the hotel.

  • Day 3: Tashkent - Bukhara

    07:00. Check out from the hotel.

    07:30. Transfer: transfer to the station. Tashkent - Bukhara. Afrosiab train. (7:30 - 11:17)

    11:17. Arrival in Bukhara.

    Check in at the hotel.

    13:30. Lunch at the teahouse.

    14:00. The start of the tour.

    • Necropolis of Bahauddin Naqshbandi (XVI-XIX centuries) - suburban cult memorial complex,
      the great theologian of the XIV century, the founder of the Sufi order. He was the spiritual mentor of Temur and performed the hajj to Mecca 32 times. His philosophy was based on the principle: "Dil ba yeru, give ba kor" ("In the heart is God, and in the hands is labor").

    19:00. Dinner at the restaurant.

    Night at the hotel.

  • Day 4: Bukhara - Samarkand

    08:30. The start of the tour.

    • Mausoleum Said Amir al-Kulol - is located in the village of Sukhor. The building is a mosque, a mausoleum and a garden with a flower garden. "Kulol" means "Potter", it was this craft that he possessed in perfection;
    • Khoja Muhammad Boboyi Samosi (1259-1354) - was born in the village of Samos in Rometan. The famous mystic who predicted the birth of Bahauddin Naqshbandi and his contribution to the development of Sufism. Among his most famous pupils were Khoja Said Mir Kulol and Bahouddin Naqshband, who was considered his spiritual son;
    • Khoja Ali Rometaniy (Khoja Azizon) (1195-1321g) - hails from the village of Kurgan, Rometan district. The author of the famous work "Risolai Azizon", which outlined the main provisions of the mystical path of the Sufi. His spiritual mentor was Anzhir Fagnaviy.

    13:30. Lunch at the teahouse.

    • Khoja Mahmud Anzhir Fagnaviy (died in 1317) is the famous Sufi of his time, recognized authority of Maverannahr. In his mystic-ascetic practice, he used and welcomed two types of worship: a quiet (or secret) dhikr of communication with Allah - kufi and collective, loud - jahria;
    • Khoja Arif Revgari (1165-1262) - spiritual mentor - murshid, is the 11th spiritual link in the golden chain of succession of the sheikhs of the tarikat Naqshbandiyya. He was the one who again made the dhikr “manifest” in all of Hajeganani, the forerunner of Nakshibandiyya. Revgari was nicknamed "The Most God-fearing of all Bukhara sheikhs";
    • Abdul-Khalik Gidzhduvani - (1103-1179) - the spiritual mentor-murshid, is the tenth spiritual link in the golden chain of succession of the sheikhs of the tarikat Naqshbandiyya. The origins of the Nakshibandiyya tariqah go back to the Bayazid era by the Bistami, when the Sufi tariqah Bistamiya or Taifuriya arose;
    • Mausoleum of Kashim-Sheikh Azizan Karminagi is a historical complex located in the city of Navoi. The date of commencement of construction is considered to be 1571. According to preserved historical chronicles Kasym-sheikh Azizan Karminagi (1500 / 1578–79), was a popular religious and political leader in Central Asia, the head of the Sufi order of Yassaviy.

    19:00. Dinner at the restaurant.

    Transfer: transfer to Samarkand by car (2 hours on the way).

    Night at the hotel.

  • Day 5: Samarkand

    11:00. The start of the tour.

    • Khoja Ahmad Kosoni or Mahdumi Azama Dahbeti (1461-1542) - a prominent representative of Sufism in the 2nd half of XV century and beginning of  XVI century, an Islamic theologian and mystic from Central Asia, a representative of Sufism, the founder of the Dahbediya school, a major theorist and sheikh of the teachings of Naqshbandi;
    • The memorial complex of Imam Al-Bukhariy (810-870) is the coryphaeus of the science of hadith (recollections of the words and deeds of the Prophet) and the mufassir (commentator of the Qur'an), which is honored by the whole Islamic world. He is the author of one of the canonical collections of Sunni legends Al-Jami al-Sahih (a collection of 7275 “perfect” hadiths from 300 000 that he knew by heart), which became the second most important book for Muslims after the Koran (Holy Book).

    13:30. Lunch in the city. Samarkand pilaf in a teahouse.

    • Necropolis of Shokhi Zinda (XIV-XVIII centuries) is a monument of medieval architecture including the Mausoleum of Kussam ibn Abbas, cousin of the Prophet Muhammad. In 2001, the ensemble of the mausoleums of Shahi Zinda, along with other ancient buildings of Samarkand, was included in the World Heritage List of UNESCO. Ziyarat of the mausoleum of St. Sheikh Nuriddin Basir or Qutbi Chokhardahum (died in 1242);
    • Gur Amir Mausoleum (1404-1405 biennium, additions of XV-XVII centuries) is the dynastic tomb of the Timurids along the male line. Amir Timur (Tamerlan), his sons and grandchildren are buried here, as well as the remains of the spiritual mentor of Amir Timur - Mir Sayyid Barak. The mausoleum served as a prototype for famous monuments of architecture of the Great Mughal era: the Khumayun mausoleum in Delhi and the Taj Mahal mausoleum in Agra, built by the descendants of Timur, who at one time were the ruling dynasty of the North India;
    • Mausoleum of Rukhabad (1380) - popular mazar - the mausoleum of Rukhabad ("Resident Spirit"), erected over the burial place of the mentor of Timur, holy sheikh Burkhaniddin Sagardzhi in the 80's XIV century He is an Islamic theologian who enjoyed great influence at the court of the Chinese Yuan Dynasty and was married to a Chinese princess.

    19:00. Dinner at the restaurant.

    Night at the hotel.

  • Day 6: Samarkand - Tashkent
    • Mausoleum of Khoja Akhror Vali (1404-1489) is a holy miracle worker, head of the Sufi order Naqshbandiya of the 15th century, a great learned Sufi and theologian of his time in Maverannahr and Khorasan. Among the saints, especially revered by the Muslims of Central Asia, and the whole world, Khoja Ahrar holds an honorable place. Many secrets and legends are associated with his name. He comprehensively developed his theoretical and practical

    13:30. Lunch at the cafe.

    • Hazrat Khizr Mosque (VIII century) is the patron saint of travelers, the legendary owner of "living water". Muslims believed that if anyone met Khizr, that person would become rich;
    • Mausoleum of Khoja Doniyor (1400) - a mausoleum over the grave of one of the saints. According to legendary information of the XVIII century, the ashes of the Old Testament biblical prophet Daniyar (Daniel) are buried in the mausoleum, the remains of which were brought to Samarkand and buried by the Central Asian medieval commander and conqueror Amir Timur.

    Free time. Siab Bazaar is one of the largest and oldest bazaars in Uzbekistan and Central Asia. The area of the bazaar exceeds seven hectares. Siab bazaar is one of the most visited places in the city.

    16:30. Transfer: transfer to the station. Samarkand - Tashkent. Afrosiab train (17: 30-19: 40).

    19:40. Arrival in Tashkent.

    20:20. Dinner at the restaurant.

  • Day 7: Tashkent

    Free time. Chorsu Bazaar is the largest market in Tashkent, where there is an abundance of a selection of local products. From the bow of centuries, it was one of the busiest bazaars in Central Asia, as it was located along the Silk Road route.

    Airport transfer. Seeing from Tashkent.

    End of the tour.

Quantity (from) Quantity (to) Cost per person
1 pers. 1 pers. $872 *
2 pers. 2 pers. $522 *
3 pers. 4 pers. $472 *
5 pers. 6 pers. $492 *
7 pers. 8 pers. $459 *
9 pers. 10 pers. $440 *
11 pers. 16 pers. $427 *
17 pers. 20 pers. $415 *
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