This mausoleum belongs to the list of those sacred places that are surrounded by more myths than truth. It is believed that the original project was implemented in the fourteenth century. Then, when the building was destroyed, it was decided to restore it in the nineteenth century. The restored version was made of mud brick with a small domed room.
Historical artifacts found in the tomb, added more questions than answers. For example, still not possible for certain the identity of Muhammad Narindzhani, who found their final resting place here. Who was he? Theology? Mentor? Servant mystical cult? Answers to these questions archaeologists have yet to find.