One of the oldest architectural monuments in the Samarkand region is the place where Imam al-Bukhari‘s graves are located in the Islamic world. It is no secret that Imam al-Bukhari is one of the great and greatest scholars who spent his life studying the science. During the years of independence, the work on the beautification of the holy place of worship was carried out to further study their work and to inspire Muhammad ibn Isma‘il al-Bukhari. In particular, in accordance with the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan No.2217 dated April 29, 1997, this monument was erected in the architectural history of the craftsmen of Samarkand, Kokand and Shahrisabz under the leadership of the First President of the Republic of Uzbekistan IAKarimov for the shortest time, ie 8 months.
Today, this blessed land is crowded with the entire Islamic world and with tourists from abroad. This complex is a sacred place for pilgrims and also for the Eid prayers and Friday prayers at "Hayit" festivals.
Also, if we talk about the construction of the complex of Imam Al-Bukhari, the architectural monument has its unique domes on the Uzbek national craftsmanship. In the middle of it there is a cage made of "onyx" stone. Inside the grave, the grave of the alum is located under the grave.
Recipient of the Saudis of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Kashaba, Kisva, was one of the special museums of Imam al-Bukhari Complex in 1992.
When you visit the complex, you can see the planters planted in the second half of the 15th century. The mosque was built on the left side of the courtyard, with its hills 786kv / km and the total area of the bushes - 214 sq. M. The mosque can accommodate up to 1,500 worshipers in general. In the Tomb Library, manuscripts belonging to Islam are preserved. On the back side of the tomb, there is a center for studying the Hadiths called Dorul Haqqia, which has all the conditions for the perfect learning of hadith science.
Most pilgrims go to this complex by praying for the fruit of their purpose and praying for their prayers. In one of the hadiths of our Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him), who had gathered for 40 years by Imam al-Bukhari, he said about Du‘a: "O you who believe, supplicate, the prayer of supplication, "The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Also, Imam al-Bukhari was a blind man for his two eyes when he was blind and his eyes turned back because of his supplications and supplications to Allah.
Such sites should be visited not only for secular purposes, but also for a lot of times. In this regard, we have to take note of another blessed hadith of our Prophet Muhammad (S.A.Wa S.):
"O Believers! Visit the graves, and the graves remind you of the pain!" Taking this hadeeth, we invite all our compatriots and guests of our city to visit this blessed land!
Ezoza Turgunova, 3rd year student of Journalism faculty of NUU.