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Bakhautdin Naqsband Mausoleum

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Founder of the Sufi Order

The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Nirav D
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Mumbai, India
A Mecca in its own right

We were told that if a Muslim cannot afford to visit Mecca itself, then they can come to this place... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2017
wvzjxq
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  • Excellent53%
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  • Average14%
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“central asia” (2 reviews)
“sufi” (7 reviews)
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Bukhara, Uzbekistan
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Reviewed 3 days ago

The great theologian of the XIV century, founder of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandia" was buried 12 km from Bukhara in his native village of Kasri Orifon. Some time ago there was the pagan temple on the site of current tomb of Naqshbandi. He was the...More

Thank Nirav D
Reviewed 10 November 2017 via mobile

We were told that if a Muslim cannot afford to visit Mecca itself, then they can come to this place seven times, and it would be the same as going to Mecca once. Sounds like an ancient marketing campaign to get more tourists to Bhukara.

Thank wvzjxq
Reviewed 29 October 2017

A pleasant walk through this sacred site. Many of the buildings are modern. Not as photogenic as other attractions of Bukhara

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 12 August 2017

Despite the somewhat rigid orientation of the Nakshband Tariqa, this is a very lively pilgrimage site offering a vivid experience' apart from its stunning beauty

Thank anonymus688
Reviewed 11 August 2017

The Naqshbandi necropilis is a complex of several mausoleums and madrasahs wich were built for honoring one of the most renowned Sufi philosophers of Central Asia. The mausoleum is highly recommended for travelers staying in Bukhara for more than 2 days.

Thank Centasia
Reviewed 16 October 2016

The entire complex is very clean and so large that it doesn't feel as if there are many people visiting. The locals feed the ducks, others pray in front of the memorial. Absorb the atmosphere, enjoy people watching and reflect on one's life!

Thank Lilly062
Reviewed 9 October 2016 via mobile

One of other 6 mausoleums of Saints which has to be visited in Buhara. Prayers are heard and you feel the presence of something strong.

Thank TheGuest1
Reviewed 7 October 2016

Bakhautdin was a 14th century Sufi mystic and founder of the Naqshbandi order of Sufis. His mausoleum complex grew froma simple tomb over his grave to a 16th century hostel for visiting dervishes, then to a spiritual complex in the 17th century with a mosque...More

Thank bobca1947
Reviewed 27 July 2016

This is a mosque, a Sufi hostel, a holy spring, a Zoroastrian shrine, all wrapped into one. This is a must, especially to soak in the beauty of the intricately adored ceiling of the terrace here.

Thank Brooklynite_Abroad
Reviewed 9 July 2016 via mobile

Bakhouddin Naksbandi Complex... 12 kms from the Bukhara city is he most sacred place in Bukhara. Bakhouddin 1318-89 one of the famous founders of Sufism and was a spiritual mentor of Amir Timur ..sheikh bakhouddins mother a descendant of Prophet Mohammed and father a craftsman..at...More

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