The architectural complex At-Termezi (10th -15th centuries) is located in the territory of old Termez close to the ancient Buddhist temples of the city. Not only the people of Uzbekistan but the whole Muslim world see this place as one of the most spiritual Islamic places.
Khakim At-Termezi is famous in the history and literature of Central Asia as a person who founded one of the Sufi Philosophies which was called “Khakimi”. Like any other Sufi Philosopher he also had a great influence in the beliefs and lifestyle of the local people and due to that a big complex of monuments of Silk Road Architecture had been built around his mausoleum.
At-Termezi was also known as “Termez Ota” (father of Termez) and “Wise Man from Termez”. The date of birth of At-Termezi is unknown and only the historians inform that he died in the end of the 9th century.
The current mausoleum had been built in the 14th century by the order of Amir Temur. Temur also ordered to make another gravestone from white marble. Later one of the grandchildren of Temur also adds a Khanaga as a shelter for dervishes.