Divine Uzbekistan: a Ziyarat Tour

    A road trip to the holy heart of Uzbekistan

    • Duration

      8 Days

    • Total Destinations

      5

    • Attractions

      13

    • Pkg Id

      0000215

    Uzbekistan is a land steeped in history and religion. The many rulers of the country enriched it with imposing monuments of worship and divinity. Experience the divinity and walk down the spiritual lanes in the ancient Silk Road cities of Uzbekistan.

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    DAY 1
    Arrival at Tashkent

    • Arrival at Islam Karimov International Airport, Tashkent, Uzbekistan (Our tour escort will meet you outside)
    • Transfer to the hotel
    • Zangi Ata Complex
    • Mausoleum of Sheikh Zainiddin-bobo and Shaykhantahur
    • Khast-Imam Complex in Tashkent Old Town
    • Overnight at hotel

    DAY 2
    Termez and Sherabad

    • Early Breakfast at the hotel
    • Check out from the hotel 
    • Transfer to the airport
    • Flight to Termez
    • Arrival at Termez 
    • Transfer to the hotel
    • Check in to the hotel 
    • Al-Hakim At-Tirmidhi
    • Sultan Saodat Complex 
    • Drive to  Sherabad city
    • Sherabad City Tour
    • Overnight at hotel

    DAY 3
    Denau City Tour

    • Breakfast at the hotel
    • Drive to Denau
    • Denau City Tour
    • Return to Termez
    • Transfer to Termez Railway Station
    • Train to Samarkand
    • Arrival at Samarkand
    • Overnight in train

    DAY 4
    Arrival Samarkand

    • Arrival in Samarkand city by train
    • Transfer to Hotel
    • Check in at Hotel
    • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Breakfast at hotels restaurant
    • Start tour and visit Khoja Ubaydullah Akhror Vali Ensemble, Khoja AL Mansoor AL Matrudi, Burkhonoddin Margiloni , Bibi Khanum Mosque, Shakhi Zinda Necropolis- the tomb of Qusamibn  Abbas, continue to Hazrat Hyzr Mosque. 
    • In the afternoon visit Registan Square, Gur Emir Mausoleum,  Observatory of Ulugbek, 
    • Overnight in Samarkand.

    DAY 5
    Samarkand-Bukhara

    • Breakfast at Hotel
    • Check out from Hotel
    • Transfer to Bukhara
    • On the way ,visit  the Memorial Complex of Imam Al-Bukhari
    • Continue to holy place which is a few kilometres away from this complex , the burial place of Hazrat Makhdumi A'zam Dahbediy, a Sufi philosopher, and a descendant of Hazrat Ali
    • Continue drive to Bukhara,  on the way visit the tomb of Abduholiq Gijduvaniy located in the town of Gijduvan 40 km away from Bukhara 
    • Later drive to Bukhara city
    • Check in to the Hotel
    • Free time to explore the city on your own
    • Overnight in Hotel

    DAY 6
    Bukhara

    • Breakfast at your Hotel restaurant
    • Start City tour in Bukhara, the land of teachers
    • Start pilgrimage to Seven Sufi scholars burial places, all of them are located in outskirts of Bukhara
    • Drive to the tomb of the fourth apprentice of Abduholiq Gijduvaniy Khoja Muhammad Orif Ar Revgariy known as Hazrat Khoja Orif  Mohitobon .
    • This holy site is located in the district of Sho firkon 50-60 km from the centre of Bukhara. Continue to the burial site of Hodja Mahmud AnjirFagnaviy died in 1286.
    • Continue to Mausoleum of Khoja Ali Rometaniy located in Rometan district. He was the apprentice of Khoja Mahmud Anjir Fagnaviy. Khoja Mukhammad Boboyi Samosiy an apprentice of Hodja Ali Rometaniy. The next holy site is the tomb of Hazreti Said Mir Kulol .
    • The last pilgrimage place is the holiest ensemble of Bukhara, the burial place of Hazrati Bakhouddin Naqshbandi – the founder of Naqsh bandiya Order, located in the village of Qasri Orifon. Then continue to Chor Bakr Necropolis, a complex located in Sumiton village.
    • Overnight in Bukhara.

    DAY 7
    Bukhara-Tashkent

    • Breakfast at Hotel
    • Check out from Hotel and visit Bukhara old city. Here you will visit Mausoleum of Ismail Somoni and ChashmaAyub, Mosque Bolo Hauz , ARK fortress , Mosque MagokiAttor, Madrasah of Abdul Aziz Khan and Ulugbek, Poi Kalyan , Masjidi Kalyan, Madrasah Miri Arab
    • Drive to Kogon city railway station to departure to Tashkent city by Afrosiyab super-fast train
    • Departure from Bukhara
    • Arrival Tashkent city
    • Transfer to Hotel
    • Check in at Hotel.
    • Free time to explore the city on your own
    • Overnight in Hotel

    DAY 8
    Onward Journey

    • Breakfast at Hotel.
    • Check out from Hotel
    • Transfer to Tashkent airport for your onward journey

    Top Attractions of Divine Uzbekistan: a Ziyarat Tour Tour

    A road trip to the holy heart of Uzbekistan

    Shayx Zayniddin bobo maqbarasi

    The Mausoleum of Sheikh Zaynudin Bobo is located in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The Sheikh Zaynudin Bobo was a writer and popularizer of the Sufi order known as Suhrawardiyya. The exact date of his birth is unknown. It is believed that Sheikh Zaynudin died when he was 95.

    Al Hakim At-Termizi Mausoleum

    The main holy place of Termez is the Mausoleum of Hakim at-Termizi also known as Muhammad ibn Isa at-Tirmidhi. This architectural monument was built to the north-west of the old Termez castle. Abu Abdulloh Mohammed Ibn Hasan ibn Bashir al-Hakim at-Termizi was the author of a number of religious philosophical works a religious leader an outstanding theorist of Islamic misticism and a prominent scholar and was the founder of the dervishes order.Hakimi is considered one of the twelve sects of mysticism. He was buried near the citadel of medieval Termez probably near to hanaqoh. Later a mausoleum of baked brick was built above. It had one chamber with a portal dome. The dome was carried by four strong arches and supported by corbel-cell sails. The entrance was on the south side the northern archway was open and the remaining ones were blocked off. At the end of the XI c. the interiors of the mausoleum were richly decorated with carved ganch.

    Sultan Saodat Mausoleum

    The cult-memorial complex of Sultan Saodat was developed during the period of XI-XVII c. at the graves of the Termez sayyids. It had a number of cult structures added at different times mausoleums mosques and hanagoh built on the perimeter of an elongated courtyard with a combination of integral and short compositions.The most ancient part was a three-part frontal opening the southwest part of the complex to the courtyard side. Here are located two large one- chambered square-domed mausoleums. They arc joined with an aperture terrace with a mihrab placed between them which was used as a funeral prayer niosque. Researchers have dated this ancient group to the XI-XII c. (52) or the middle of XI c.Due to their clear-cut solutions to the problems of structure decor and volume the mausoleums gained strict highly artistic architectural appearance.The wall of the mausoleum had an octahedron tier of arched sails on which was set a large dome.

    Registan Square

    The Square is located in the center of the city and has become a monument of architectural importance. It has gained worldwide fame for its grandeur and it is now a preserve building in Samarkand.From three sides the square is surrounded with grand madrassah portals of which are facing the center of the space. All three erections have their own unique dcor. It is by virtue of these buildings preserved on the territory of the city Samarkand was included in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2001.The history of the Registan SquareTranslated from Uzbek registan means a sand place. In the ancient times this central square was covered by sand. The territory was not initially surrounded by madrassah those great erections appeared rather later. In that period authorities of the city were gathering people on the square to announce khans orders held celebrations and public executions and collected the army leaving to war.In the past one could see many trade rows around the square where artisans and farmers were selling their goods. All main roads of Samarkand led to Registan where it was always noisy and lively.Various rulers during their reign would change the main significance of the square but since those times and up to now Registan has always been the center of the city social life.There are three madrassahs on the square Ulughbek Sherdor and Tilla-Kori that are the main sights of the city. They were erected by two rulers at different times.

    Bibi-Khanym Mosque

    The Bibi-Khanym Mosque is one of the most important monuments of Samarkand. In the 15th century it was one of the largest and most magnificent mosques in the Islamic world. By the mid-20th century only a grandiose ruin of it still survived but major parts of the mosque were restored during the Soviet period.

    Gur-e Amir

    The Gr-i Amr or Guri Amir is a mausoleum of the Asian conqueror Timur in Samarkand Uzbekistan. It occupies an important place in the history of Central Asian Architecture as the precursor and model for later great Mughal architecture tombs including Gardens of Babur in Kabul Humayuns Tomb in Delhi and the Taj Mahal in Agra built by Timurs Mughal descendants Turc

    Shah-i-Zinda

    Shah-i-Zinda is a necropolis in the north-eastern part of Samarkand Uzbekistan.

    Hazrat Khizr Mosque

    Hazrat Khizr Mosque situated in close proximity to Siyob Bazaar is one of the oldest Muslim religious buildings in Samarkand.

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