Sufi cult building (khanaka). XV-XIX centuries

The Kultobe khanaka had 10 rooms with common walls and elongated north-south. All rooms had an entrance from the west side. On the east side, all rooms have one common wall (axial), made of a combined burnt and adobe rectangular bricks. Most of the rooms have heating stoves and small tandoors at floor level.

In the southeastern part of the khanaka is a rectangular mausoleum (8x11m) with an underground crypt, with 7 burials. All buried with their heads are the north towards oriented to the mausoleum of Khoja Akhmed Yasawi.

In the central part, the foundations of two rounded columns made of adobe bricks and laid on clay mortar are fixed. The preserved height of the columns is 1.3-1.4 m. The brick walls have been preserved to a height of 7-8 rows; the lower 4 rows are laid flat and the upper: 2 rows of bricks installed on the edge and 2 laid flat.

On the north, east and south sides, the walls of two bypass galleries have been preserved. The size of the outer northern wall of the gallery: length 15.8 m, height 1.6 m. The size of the central wall of the gallery: length 15 m, height 1.6 m. The size of the eastern wall of the gallery: length 20 m, height 1.7 m. The size of the southern walls of the gallery: length 9.5 m, height 1.1 m. In the northwestern part of the site, ground constructions are not fixed, probably, there was a covered terrace-aivan, used for household needs and group rituals.