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Abdukholiq G'ijduvani kuddisu sirrihu. Khoja Muhammad Arif ar-Revgari. The mausoleum of Khoja Mahmud Anjir Fagnavi. Memorial complex of Khoja Ali Romitani. Khoja Muhammad Baba Samosi memorial complex. Khwaja Syed Amir Kulol Bukhari memorial complex. Bahouddin Naqshband.
Abdukholiq G'ijduvani kuddisu sirrihu.

In the Islamic world, the Khojagon-Naqshbandiya, Yassaviya, and Qubravia sects were formed in Central Asia and spread and developed to other Muslim countries.
The Khojagon-Nakhbandiya sect is one of the directions of Sufism that is closest to life, that embodies worldliness, and strives to express the real qualities that are necessary for a person's collective life and work process. The formation of this trend and its recognition in Central Asia is connected with the teaching of Abdukholiq G'ijduvani (1103-1179). Later, this direction was called Naqshbandiyya (associated with the name of Bahauddin Naqshband - XIV century), and spread to a number of other countries besides Central Asia. Today, it is very important to study the philosophical and theological heritage of Abdukholik G'ijduvani, the founder of the Khojagan-Naqshbandiya sect. Because it deeply expresses the ideas of knowledge and enlightenment, high morality, striving for spiritual growth. It is necessary to evaluate the mystical trends that arose in Central Asia in the 9th-12th centuries, the teachings and ideas of their famous representatives, taking into account the general content and main goals of the spirituality of the renaissance period.

Abdukholik G'ijduvani is one of the first founders of the Khojagon-Naqshbandiya stream, the largest of such streams-teachings. (M.M. Khairullaev). When talking about the place of the Khojagon sect in the history of spirituality, it is necessary to talk about the enormous social importance of this sect and teachings. This sect was formed and developed by Khojai Jahan (Abdukholiq Ghijduvani), his students Revgari (Mohitobon), Romitani (Azizon), Baboi Samosi, Shokh Naqshbandlar. Especially during the time of the great mashoikh Khwaja Ahrar Vali in the third generation after Naqshband (in the 15th century), this order and teaching rose to its highest point. Khojai Jahan's sentence "It is necessary to ease the burden of the people, if this is not possible, the order to take up an honest profession and be in a state of work and heart is inevitable" or belongs to the pens of Hazrat Gijduvani
We can see the true essence of this sect in the famous verse about "Opening the door of Khilvat, closing the door of sheikhdom and opening the door of yor-ulfat". Cultivating the self, having good morals, acquainting the heart with the truth, and attaining knowledge and enlightenment form the foundation of the Khojagan sect, which was formed by the blessed names and personal deeds of Abdukholik G'ijduvani. This great and unique person appreciated the simple, natural and calm way of life spent with deep intelligence and honest work. To be sure of this, read Gijduvani's treatises, in particular, the works entitled "The Will" and "Maqamoti Yusuf Hamadoni". enough Khojai Jahan's many advices, including studying knowledge diligently, staying away from zealots and fighting Sufis, not taking anything from anyone, and calling to lend a helping hand to the people in any situation, are valuable. and will never lose its importance. The principles of the Naqshbandiyya order, which created the basis of the Naqshbandiyya tariqa and classified the tenets of the tariqa into eight - in fact, there are so many of them that it is very difficult to give complete information about them. Let's define some principles. They are the following 8 principles:

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