Architectural complex Dakhma-and-Shahan
In 1882 Umarkhan suddenly died, their son Muhammad Ali was appointed Khan. After her husband's death, Nadira devoted all her life to the poetry. Several Kokand madrasas, mosques and caravanserais are associated with her name.
Umarkhan was quite famous poet for his time, so calligraphers, painters and poets were brought closer to Khan's court. Amiri is a pseudonym, which he signed his ghazals. The ensemble consisted of an input room with a dome and a magnificent entrance portal, decorated with mosaic patterns of glazed blue tiles. The base of the dome was covered with the same bright tiles. Funeral prayers were recited in aivan small mosque, which was behind a beautiful fence. Stone tombs, under which lie Umarkhan, his brothers, sons and grandsons is an artistic value, covered with wood carving. There are inscriptions from the Koran and the lines of Umarkhan poems on the door of the tomb.
Dakhma-and-Shahan is one of the most prominent buildings, erected by order of Nadira. It was a complicated architectural complex, which is characteristic for memorial architecture of Ferghana Valley.
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