In the East, “Ziyorat” means “visiting Holy places”, and implies two main varieties: pilgrimage tourism and religious tourism excursions and cognitive orientation.
In Tashkent you can visit the religious center Hast Imam (a Complex of Hazrati Imam).
Madrassah of Barakkhan, a member of the complex of Hazrati Imam is the repository of one of the most valuable relics of Islam — the Koran of Caliph Osman.
Ottoman Quran is recognized as a source of the Holy book of Islam. The Koran created in the middle of VII century and consists of 353 parchment sheets of deerskin. On the pages of the Holy book are preserved particles of blood, according to legend, belonged to the caliph Osman.
Bukhara is the city, which is called the Holy for the fact that there is an unprecedented number of mosques and tombs of Muslim saints. In the Bukhara region there are seven tombs of the great Sufi Naqshbandi brotherhood, one of the most influential Sufi brotherhoods in Uzbekistan.
Samarkand is the famous necropolis of Shakhi Zinda and buried a cousin of the prophet Muhammad – Kusam Ibn Abbas and mausoleum of Khoja Daniar. I believe that Hoja Daniyar is the Koranic and biblical old Testament, the prophet Daniel, whose remains were brought to Samarkand by Timur from the city of Susa. Grave a mausoleum was built, rebuilt in the early XX century.
The mausoleum is a crypt with a length of about 18 meters. The belief States that the tomb is constantly growing. The mausoleum is an object of pilgrimage, as locals and visitors from around the world. Here the magic happens.
One of them recorded and proved. Near the grave grows a pistachio tree. This tree was standing dead for 400 years. Visitors used to tie the rope.
In November of 1996 with the visit to the grave of St. Daniel arrived the Patriarch of All Russia Alexy II. During this visit, he was made a joint prayer service with Jewish and Muslim clergy, as it is sprinkled with Holy water is a pistachio tree. The next year the tree bloomed.