The article rapidly depicts the ‘Gok Gunbadh’ initially built in 1530-1 as a mosque by Sultan ‘Abd al-Latif; the Rustam Bek Madrasa built in 1854-5 in the Masjid-i Safid mall by the homonymous governor of the city; the mosque & madrasa of Qarshi Bay constructed at the turn of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and recently re-erected on the basis of archaeological data; and the Burchak Mosque and Sufi hostelry (khanaqah) in the Sang Kalan mall, praised for its stucco decoration.

The Redaction
CER: II-3.4.B-260