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Suzuk-ata Mausoleum in Sairam.

Legends and traditions of Sairam.

“The universe contains many planets which make it what it is – a unified system. In addition, our bodies contain many organs, and each part is congruent to a planet in our solar system. The universe we see out our eyes is a mirror of what is within us. This is what God meant by making man in his image. We are all made as a reflection of God and that reflection of him is within us. Furthermore, not only are all religions connected to the same Truth, or Cosmic Heart, but this concept is also mirrored in the pantheons of ancient religions, where each of the many gods simply represented one set of characteristics of the ONE. And in all cases, these many gods symbolized the planets, therefore mimicking the different parts of the universe and the ONE God’s many mirrors (He Who is All). The structure behind all polytheistic religions of the past and present is one and the same. They are all built on the same foundation as Nature” 

Suzy Kassem.

Mausoleums of Sairam.

The Suzuk-ata mausoleum located in the southern part of the village of Sairam in the Sairam district of the Turkestan region, on a hillside, was built in the XIII - XIV centuries. In the book "Risolai Sairam Isfizhob" it is reported that an underground passage was laid from the mausoleum to the Sairam fortress, and from there it led to the Khyzr mosque.
The real name of Suzuka Ata is Mustafokuli Hani. He is the grandson of Khoja Ahmed Yassawi, born of his daughter. According to the book "Risolai, Sairam Isfizhob Ahmed Yassavi affectionately called his grandson" Suzugim ", therefore he is known among the population under this name.
Suzuk-ata was a cleric, in the city of Tashkent there is a mausoleum, mosque and central street named after Suzuk-ata.

"Code of monuments of the South Kazakhstan region." Architectural and archaeological heritage of the South Kazakhstan region. In the framework of the regional program "Cultural Heritage".

Alexander Petrov.