The mausoleum is located near the western walls of Tash Hauli, it was built in memory of the three Saints. A huge hall of the mausoleum is covered with a calotte with the cell-like arch. There are many graves in the mausoleum. The earliest date shown is 1561; it can be seen on the carved door panel. The name of the craftsman is also written on the carved front door Abdullah Ibn Said.
Judging by the inscriptions the mausoleum was renovated in 1821-1822. In the early 80s of the 20th century the entrance portal was damaged by heavy rains, besides, the columns of aivan of the mosque were badly damaged. After the restoration and reconstruction of the adjacent territory mausoleum became a frequently visited place.