Uzbekistan’s Samarkand is currently in discussion all over the world and the reason for its coming in the discussion is the SCO summit to be held here. The Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) meeting will be held in Samarkand, Uzbekistan on September 15 and 16 and Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi will also attend it. Samarkand, which is being discussed because of the SEO summit, is known because of the dictator Timur. Taimur has a special relationship with this place, popularly known as Taimul Lang, and here is the tomb of Timur.
There are many stories about the tomb of Timur. It is said that if anyone has tampered with this grave, then he has to face the problem. Along with this, it is also written on the grave of Timur that if anyone tries to remove it, then it will not be okay with him. So know what is the story of Timur’s tomb and why this tomb is discussed more….
What is Taimur’s connection with Samarkand?
Timur was born in the year 1336 in Shahrisbaz, which is not far from Samarkand. It is considered by many to be a part of Samarkand and hence it is said to be the birthplace of Timur. It has been the capital of the Timurid Empire founded by the Turkic-Mongol emperor Timur. That’s why there are many things related to Taimur.
Why is Taimur considered dreadful?
Now let’s talk about why Taimur is considered a dreaded man. There are many such stories recorded in the pages of history, which show that Timur has been very dangerous. Timur had killed many people in India too. Its barbarism was spread to Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Turkemenistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan. It is said that Timur was responsible for the death of more than 1 crore people.
What is written on the grave?
It is said for his grave that it was written on it that when I stand after my death, the world will tremble. Along with this, it was written on the grave, whoever opens my grave, he will find a terrible enemy than me. Because of this many rulers came, but they did not damage the tomb. It is not that only this has been written and many times this warning has also proved to be true. Yes, the rulers who tampered with the tomb had to face the consequences.
What is the story of the grave?
According to an article published in the Daily O, in the year 1941, Joseph Stalin, the ruler of Russia, also tried to dig this tomb. Stalin sent Russian anthropologist Mikhail Gerasimov for this task to make a replica of Timur’s body. It is said that on June 11, 1941, a day after digging the grave, Hitler attacked the Soviet Union. After this, this tomb was buried again and after this the war became quiet.
Along with this, a story is also said that Nadir Shah, the ruler of Iran, tried to take away the stone on the tomb of Timur. He went to take that stone, but that stone broke and its fall started. After this the stone was again placed on the tomb.
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