POLITICAL, SOCIAL AND SPIRITUAL LIFE IN KARMANA DURING THE SHEIBANIDS
In this article, from the 16th century onwards, the political and cultural position of Karmana increased during the Bukhara Khanate. It is noted that special attention was paid to Iskandarkhan and Abdullah Khan Karmana. Of course, it must be acknowledged that such attention has political implications. Indeed, during the Shaybanid period, Karmana played an important geostrategic role in the Bukhara oasis in order to prevent any military clashes from the north. During the reign of Abdullah II, agriculture, handicrafts, trade developed in the Bukhara khanate, and cultural life increased significantly. This can be seen in the example of Karmana. The construction of the Karmana bridge and watershed on the Zarafshan River, the Akchob Reservoir in the Nurata Mountains, the Stone Mosque at the Chashma Complex in Nurata, the Qasim Sheikh Khanaqah in Karmana, and the Tashhammam (near the Karmana Farmer's Market).
Karmana, Shaybanids period, Myankol, Qasim Sheikh.