The Khakim at-Termezi Mausoleum is a cultic and memorial complex which formed around the grave of 9th-century theologian Khakim at-Termezi, a holy person regarded as a patron of the city of Termez.
The complex is situated in the village of Sherabad 60 km north of Termez.
Khakim at-Termezi is the author of numerous mystic and philosophical treatises and the founder of the Khakimi dervish order, one of the twelve best known mystic orders.
In the 10th century the grave was enclosed in a mausoleum decorated with fine fretwork in ganch, which featured bright plant and epigraphic ornamental patterns. Later, a funeral mosque and a khanqah for dervishes and fakikhs were attached to the mausoleum. Simultaneously with the construction of the khanqah the grave was covered with a marble tomb (sagana). This wonderful piece of art was fretted with fine epigraphic and plant ornaments and beautiful muqarnas (stalactites).