Potential of developing religious pilgrimage tourism in uzbekistan

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Termez State University Faculty of Economics and

Tourism Tourism direction of student:

Choriyev Abduvohid



This article describes the prospects for the development of religious tourism and the ongoing reforms.

Keywords: Uzbekistan, Tourism, development, pilgrimage tourism, pilgrimage places, healing.


Термезский государственный университет, факультет экономики и туризма. Студенческое направление туризма:

Чориев Абдувоҳид



В данной статье описываются перспективы развития религиозного туризма и проводимые реформы.

Ключевые слова: Узбекистан, Туризм, развитие, паломнический туризм, места паломничества, исцеление.


Термез Давлат Университети иқтисодиёт ва туризм факултети

туризм таълим йўналиши:

Чориев Абдувоҳид



Ушбу мақолада диний туризмни ривожланиш истиқболлари ва амалга оширигаётган исгоҳотлар очиб берилган.

Калит сўзлар: Ўзбекистон, сайёҳлик, ривожланиш, зиёрат туризми, зиёрат жойлар,шифобахш.

Religion has been paying great attention in our country since ancient times. It promoted the development of Islam and its spread in Central Asia. Even today, great attention is paid to the development of religious tourism in our country. In particular, Bukhara hosted one of the most important events in the tourism sector of the year - the first International Tourism Forum. The forum, initiated by President Shavkat Mirziyoev, aims to increase the tourism potential of the country and to make Uzbekistan an international recognition as one of the centers of pilgrimage tourism in the Islamic world. z includes tourist-educational and religious tourism. One of the examples of the Holy Quran, which is considered sacred to the Islamic world, is the Hazrati Imam complex, where the Koran is kept, the tomb of the great Islamic Imam, Muhammad al-Bukhari, the graves of followers of Naqshbandiyya and many other religious centers. Thousands of tourists from all over the world visit Uzbekistan every year to visit and visit such historical and sacred sites.

According to the Presidential Decree 5611, the Pilgrim visa will be issued to foreign nationals who come to study the cultural, historical, religious and spiritual heritage and traditions of Uzbekistan from January 5 this year for up to 2 months. was done. The first international tourism forum in Bukhara was attended by the Mufti of Perlis, Malaysia Mohd Asri bin Zain-ul Obiddin and the leadership of Islamic Tourism Center, Institute of Halal Studies and Management, Association of Travel Agencies and Travel Agencies of Malaysia. There are 374 historical, cultural, art, architectural and unique archeological excavations in the Surkhandarya region for the development of tourism. Natural health landscapes, charming waterfalls, mineral water and healing salts provide great opportunities for agro, eco, mountain and medical tourism. The traditions and customs of this ancient country, as well as national crafts are of great interest in the world.

The region's rich history, sacred places and pilgrimages are important for the introduction of pilgrimage tourism in the region, expanding the flow of tourists not only locally but also abroad. However, until now, the region has been neglecting to effectively use its potential in this area. Developing pilgrimage tourism as part of the objectives set out in the Action Plan for the five priority areas of development of the Republic of Uzbekistan in the years 20-20. The “roadmap” promotes the implementation of this work at a new level. During his visit to Surkhandarya region from January 19-20, President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoev focused on the tourism potential of the region, creating new jobs and increasing the incomes of the population. In this regard, the region has adopted a program of measures to develop tourism potential of Surkhandarya region for 2018-2019. It pays special attention to such important issues as creating a modern, modern appearance of the region, improving transport infrastructure, and providing quality services to tourists from abroad.

“In the past, Surkhandarya has been a cradle to many great scholars such as Hakim Termizi and Isa Termezi, who have promoted and promoted the sacred Islamic religion,” says the State Committee for Tourism Development of the Republic of Uzbekistan Representative Sh.Ibragimov. In this rich country, such great ancestors as Sufi Allor, Alouddin Attor, Muhammad Zahid and others are eternal. In accordance with this program, sacred places and places of worship in Baysun, Termez, Jarkurgan, Altinsoy, Denau, Uzun and Sherabad districts will be reconstructed and improved. Craft shops will be built. It will create all the modern conveniences for foreign tourists to freely visit.

There is a sacred shrine in the Denov district that is eternally visited by Hazrat Bahauddin Nakshbandi, the founder of the Nakshbandiya doctrine. In the Altinsay district there is the mausoleum of Muhammad Zahid, one of the great ancestors of the "Silsilai aliya", the tomb of Sufi Alloyor, a prominent figure in Turkic mystic education, and a mosque built by him. In the new Road Map on the development of pilgrimage tourism, these saints will be beautified with the use of modern facilities for pilgrimage, praying, and the introduction of the halal standard. given.

"The introduction of pilgrimage tourism in our country is important in remembering and praying for the great people who lived in our country and in deep study of the exemplary way of life," said the regional representative of the Muslim Board of Uzbekistan. Sayfuddinov. - "It will also allow foreign tourists to get acquainted with the religious education and significant contribution of our dear saints from the past to the development of Islam, and the surrounding area will be more prosperous and beautiful." In the framework of large-scale creative work on the development of pilgrimage tourism the monuments "Kokildor-ota", "Forty Girl", "Sultan Saodat" in Termez district, "Chorumbumbaz mosque" Khodja Samandar Termizi, "Khodzhaipok" and Altynay district, healing water, Surkhandarya tourist area, Bukhara-Karmana tourist region, Khiva-Nukus tourist zones. Today there are about 100 museums in Uzbekistan, half of which are located in the capital. Each of them represents the rich cultural heritage of the Uzbek people. In the center of the capital is the State Museum of History of Temurids, the exhibits of which witnessed the formation of medieval forms of statehood in the territory of Uzbekistan. The purpose of explaining the essence of religious tourism in tourism is that there is a great potential for developing this type of tourism in our sunny country.








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