Zengi Ata (Zangi Ota) (the beginning of the 12th century - 1258) (the Uzbek Zangi Ota, had the nickname Zangi-black (Arabic), the real name of Ai Hodja (Oihzha) ibn Tajj Hodja ibn Mansur, the full name of Hazrat Aj Hodja ibn Taj Taji Hodja) - an Islamic saint (aulia), an elder (feast), a theologian, a distributor of Islam in Central Asia, one of the followers of the great theorist and sheikh of the teachings of Khoja Ahmed Yasawi.
Now the cult-memorial complex of Zangiata has restored its centuries-old function, becoming a popular place of pilgrimage. The architectural image of the complex Zangiata is unique. Its unique historical and architectural monuments, built under Amir Temur, as well as structures erected over six centuries, reflect the planning, constructive and stylistic originality of the school of architecture of the Tashkent region.
At present, the number of pilgrims and tourists to the cult-memorial complex has increased. There was a need for a radical reconstruction of the territory of the complex and underwater roads to it. Proceeding from this, in 2013 it was decided to expand the territory of the complex and the mosque Namazgokh. Under the project, it was planned to add to the park territory a northern adjoining site, where formerly houses of barracks and consumer service buildings were located. Here are built car parks, trade objects, toilets.