Ishrat-Khana Mausoleum

Ishrat-Khana Mausoleum was built to the north of Abdi-Darun Mazar. It is dated the second half of the 15th century. The build­ing has a big portal and a high central hall the dome of which existed till the begin­ning of the 20th century. It contains a crypt with twenty three female and chil­dren tombs under the floor. Mosaics, wall paintings and plafonds decorate its interi­or. Ishrat-Khana means "house of enjoy­ment" that express the idea of eternal home for heaven life. The mausoleum is a necropolis forTemurid women and chil­dren. A possible customer of Ishrat-Khana might be Habiba Sultan-begim—Abu Sa'id's wife, who constructed the mauso­leum for her daughter Havend-Sultan-bika.