A Turkish blogger shot a series of programs about Uzbekistan’s holy places

A 12-day trip to Uzbekistan from December 28, 2021 to January 8, 2022 was organized by the film crew headed by the famous Turkish blogger Serdar Tuncer who was appointed Bukhara Tourism Ambassador in Turkey.

The trip was organized by the Ministry of Tourism and Cultural Heritage in pursuance of an assignment to develop domestic and pilgrimage tourism as well as support local tourists and tourism entities.

The project produced educational materials about the shrines of Islamic scholars of the Naqshbandi tariqat, their scientific heritage and contribution to Islamic civilization. A total of 49 episodes were produced: five episodes under the heading “Biri bir gun , 30 episodes in the rubric “Sahur Bereketi” for the month of Ramadan for the program TRT,

12 episodes for “Sonsuzluk Kervani” segment for MYMECRA Youtube channel and 12 episodes for “Cat Kapi” program.

The footage in Uzbekistan covers the shrines of Khoja Alauddin Attar in Denov district, Khoja Mohammed Zohid in Altynsay district, Hakim at-Termizi in Termez and Abu Isa at-Termizi in Sherabad district of Surkhandarya province, Khoja Mohammed Dervesh in Kitab district of Kashkadarya region, Khoja Mohammed Jagyi and Oksaroy complex in Shakhrisabz, Hazrati Khizr in Samarkand, Shahi Zinda, Shahi Zinda and others. Registan complexes and shrines of Imam al-Bukhari, Khoja Ubaidullah Akhror, Imam al-Motrudi, and 7 pir temples in Bukhara region. Pictures were taken of the Hazrati Imam complex in Tashkent and the Zangi-ata shrine in Tashkent region.

As part of the project, Serdar Tuncer also published videos on his social media pages in which hundreds of Turks expressed their desire to visit Uzbekistan.

“You can rest on different beaches of the world, but you have to come to Bukhara to rest your soul,” Serdar Tuncer said in his interview.

Local mullahs were involved in the preparation of these videos. In addition, the film crew prepared videos attractive to tourists, containing interesting information about the sights of Surkhandarya, Kashkadarya, Samarkand, Bukhara, Tashkent regions and the city of Tashkent.

Source: uzdaily.uz

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