Shavkat Mirziyoyev visits the mausoleum of Bahauddin NaqshbandThe President of Uzbekistan had visited this complex on March 10, 2017, gave appropriate instructions on its further improvement, creating necessary conditions for pilgrims.
The President inspected activities that have been implemented over the past period.
According to tradition, surahs from the Quran were read.
A consistent work is being carried out in accordance with the decree of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev on preparation for the 915th anniversary of Abdulhalik Gijduvani’s birth and the 700th anniversary of Bahauddin Naqshband’s birth of July 11, 2017. The Head of the state was provided with information on the “road map” of spiritual-enlightenment, scientific-practical events in connection with these anniversaries.
It is planned to hold events on “Naqshbandi readings” for pilgrims, a scientific practical conference for university students, and a scientific conference for students of religious education institutions of the country on “High human qualities in teachings of Khojagon-Naqshbandiyya”. In addition, it is planned to organize an international scientific and practical conference on “Seven spiritual guides of Bukhara: renaissance value of Sufi teaching of Central Asia for the Islamic civilization”.
The President of the country noted the need of conducting these events at a high organizational level.
The last resting places of seven spiritual guides – Bahauddin Naqshband, Abdulhalik Gijduvani, Arif Revgari, Ali Romitani, Babai Samosi, Anjir Fagnavi, Said Amir Kulal are revered not only by people of Uzbekistan, but also by Muslims all over the world.
The Head of the state was informed about the plans on reconstruction of these complexes and opening of new tourist routes. Therefore, it is planned to restore the mausoleums, landscape their territories, build hotels, teahouses, shopping complexes and parking lots.
The distance between these complexes is 122 kilometers. Shavkat Mirziyoyev gave instructions on organizing a modern infrastructure along the roads linking the mausoleums. In addition, the need was noted for organizing a special faculty on studying the history of Bukhara in Bukhara State University.
Along the roads linking the mausoleums of seven spiritual guides, it is necessary to establish stands with information about their lives and activities, for pilgrims. To do this, it is necessary to pay attention to training personnel, emphasized the President.
The Head of the state considered each of the submitted projects, gave instructions on their development.
Abu Bakir Urozov, UzA