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The mausoleums of Zangiata - Sufi, who was very popular in Tashkent, and of his wife Ambar bibi - were conceivably built by Tamerlane in the nineties the 14th century. The real name of Zangiata was Sheikh Ay-Khodja. The nickname Zangiata means "black". He came from the family of descendants of Khazret Arslan bobo; and also he was the fifth "murid" of Sufi Khodja Ahmad Yassavi considered as a spiritual forefather of all Turkic tribes of Central Asia and Kazakhstan.
The mausoleum complex consist of the following: mosque Namazgoh (1870); minaret (1914-1915); mausoleum of Zangiata; courtyard with living cells - hujras of former madrasah (18th - 19th c.); cemetery and mausoleum of Ambar bibi on it.
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