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Sheikh Hovendi at-Tahur (Sheihantaur) was born at the end of 13th century. He came from the family of Saints (Khodja), who were the offspring of Muhammad prophet. His birth-place was a mountain settlement Bogiston close to actual Charvak Lake. His father, Sheikh Omar, is believed was the direct descendant in the seventeenth generation of the second godly caliph Omar ibn al-Hattab and was the devoted Sufi, one of the followers of dervish Hasan Bulgari. Young Sheihantaur was initiated into obedience among dervishes of Jassy town (Turkestan) where already at that time there was a cult of Sufi poet Ahmad Yassavi. After long wanderings around Maverannakhr, Sheihantaur came to Tashkent where he remained in memory of people as wisest of the wisest. The Sheikh died between 1355 and 1360.
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