Teleshayakh Mosque

Teleshayakh Mosque, Tashkent

Teleshayakh Mosque
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TessaPolis
Cheltenham, UK494 contributions
As well as the working mosque, there are craft workshops where I bought superb silk scarf for very reasonable price. Wish I had bought more, as they were the cheapest and best we saw in the whole of Uzbekistan. Needed to use the toilet which was tucked away (Women's Washing Room) but attended and very clean.
Written August 7, 2022
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arrahman74
Pakistan263 contributions
This is a big complex. An old madrassah, a mosque, a tomb and then above all, the quran with blood stains of Hazrat Usman.
Written November 3, 2011
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Aditya Singh Katoch
New Delhi, India73 contributions
Family
Nice old mosque and a museum. Houses one of the 7 original hand written Quran. Was happy to see it.
Closing time is 5 pm so be there in time.
Written October 31, 2019
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Scopuli
Singapore, Singapore34 contributions
A must visit.
You get to see the Masjid, Museum and the Madrasah in one place.

The Masjid (mosque) is only for Muslims. Tourists are able to enter the small courtyard. If you are Muslim you may be able to go inside and pray.
There's no women section as in Hanafi Mazhab women should pray at home and not in congregation with men.

The museum and the Qur'an is open certain times only. It was 9 AM to 12 noon and then from 2 PM to 5 PM. On Sundays only 9 AM to 12 noon.

The Madrasah is converted into small shops that mostly sell handmade, handcrafted products (clothes from adras, suzane, atlas, hand crafted chess boards, old book stands, etc). You can bargain the price.

Outside, between the Masjid, museum and the Madrasah you will see kids playing with kites.
Written March 21, 2015
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SEs
London, UK25,876 contributions
The mosque is similar to other mosques here.Mostly renavated recently..This have one of the oldest Quaran in the world.You can visit to see the Quran.
Written September 26, 2014
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toon-of-macktoon
Newcastle upon Tyne, UK142 contributions
Business
Second visit to this mosque and still worth it. Was able to pay to see some very old Korans and it was interesting to look at them. The madrasa has been converted to workshop and the produce is all made on site. Haggling seems is encouraged.
Written January 21, 2015
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Arturo D
Milano, Lombardia, Italy40 contributions
Business
Because of the earthquake there aren't many old monuments in the city but this one and the nearer Masad must be visited. Of course not so gorgeous as Samarcanda or Bukhara monuments...but it's worth a visit.
Written December 15, 2014
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Abrumar
Shrewsbury, UK310 contributions
Solo
The religious centre of Tashkent. The minarets are 50 meters high. Parts of the square are now occupied by artesans working in wood, leather and copper. The world famous Ottoman Koran is preserved here, originally written on leather in the 7th century.
Written October 15, 2014
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zaniko
Rafina, Greece589 contributions
Friends
Surrounded by the old Tashkent city, the Khast-Imam square is a huge nicely settled area containing a complex of Mosques, the Mausoleum of St. Kaffal Shashi (XV cent.) and the Islamic Institute of Imam al-Bukhari. The old buildings are artistically renovated keeping all their old glory. The new ones have been built in the same architectural and decorational style by specialized craftsmen. The campus, with its long walks among buildings and beautiful developing gardens on different levels, offers a relaxing and calming feeling to the moslem pilgrims, as well as to other visitors.
Most important, Khast-Imam has a rich library of oriental religious manuscripts. The world famous Ottoman Koran has also been preserved here. It consists of 353 large size pages, made of deer skin and was written in the middle VII century.
I would also suggest a stroll about the alleys of the old town, with the mud-hey made houses, the yellow gass-pipes running along the walls and over the cross roads, the friendly inhabitants dressed in their colourfull tratidional costumes and.. and...!!! Strong impressions!!
Written March 29, 2013
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Steppe Journeys
Tashkent, Uzbekistan49 contributions
Libray Mui Muborak, where you can see oroginal Qoran of 7th Century, Hadith and valubale books of Islam.
Written February 2, 2012
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