The necropolis Chor-Bakr is in the settlement Sumitan of the Bukhara area. It was formed on the basis of burials Khoja Abu-Bakra Sajad and imams Abu-Bakra Ahmed, their activity refers up the time of Islam formation in Bukhara.
Chor-Bakr is the city of burials. There is a big territory which is enclosed with high walls is located a family tomb of dzhuybarsk sheikhs of the Sufi Order "Naqshbandi".
The main constructions of a necropolis are included in the central complex which includes tekke, a mosque, and a madrasah. A minaret gives a scale to buildings. Khazira a narrow path conducts to the funeral family courtyards. To brick fencings of the courtyard entrance are adjoined portals - darvaza and ayvans of funeral mosques.
Dzhuybarsk`s khodjas were keepers of esteemed burials - mazars. Well-known ancestors of dzhuybarsk khodjas dynasty were famous Islam Khodja (died in 1563) who took care of Abdullah Khan II (gov.1561-1598) since childhood of a future governor.
The major burial in this place is the grave of Khodja Abu Bakr Sad which for 20 years there had been an instructor of the governor of Bukhara Abdullah Khan II. After the death of Islam Khodja, Abdullah Khan II, immortalized a name of the instructor, having constructed near his grave, a complex, namely a mosque, a tekke, a madrasah, a necropolis, and a big beautiful garden. A necropolis is a place of pilgrimage of Muslims.