The village of Khazrati Bashir is situated on the north – east 30,5 km far from Kitab city between the beautiful slopes of mountains Habash and Kul, where flows the Kashkadarya river. Population, basically grow pomegranates, tobacco and are engaged cattle – breeding. Besides, they gather herbs for medicine.
Padarkush – is a mountain which is situated in west of the village Khazrati Bashir, to reach there you need to go by asphalted road to the village Koyni, then 7 km ground way on mountain. There is situated the place “Shohak”, where was killed Mirzo Ulugbek in 29th October of 1449. Two sides of this place consists of slopes and here the way separates to two parts, one of them goes to Khazrati Bashir through Yutinsoy, the second one goes to Samarkand through Kizilturik.
Khazrati Sulton Said Ahmad Bashir (1368 – 1464).
In the book «History of Khazrati Bashir» says that he was born because of blessing Said Nematulloh, who was younger brother Amir Temur’s pir Said Baraka. Despite his father was 90 and his mother was 80 they had no children. When the child was born his parents named him Said Ahmad. His mother Bibi Malohat had no her own milk, and Said Ahmad grew up without mother’s milk, therefore Bashir (without milk) was added to his name.After Said Ahmad his mother had two more children – Said Ali and Khoja Ahmad.
Khazrati Bashir, after becoming very famous many people, who listened about him, from Egypt to Mangoliya came to him to become his pupil.
At that time Nakshbandi’s Order was widely spread in Central Asia but hazrati Bashir was devoted to the Order of Khoja Ahmad Yassaviy. He had a nickname “The Governor of the Truth”.
The Great Sheikh died 768 years after the prophet Muhammad’s hijrat. He was buried in Niyoztepa near the village of Bashir.
His Heritage and Path is of great importance in the Islamic World.
After the Independence of Uzbekistan some constructions with amenities were built and this place became a comfortable place of pilgrimage. Every year a lot of tourists come here to do pilgrimage.