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Sheikh Movlana Yusif lived on the Muskur plain in the 15th century and was a prominent philosopher and trib­al leader. Abbasgulu aga Bakikhanov recorded in his work “Gulistani Iram”: Sheikh Molla Yusif of Muskur was born in the 8th century of the hijrah. After receiving his preliminary education in Muskur, he visited Sheikh Yahya Bakuvi, studied sciences and received his bless­ing. After returning to Muskur, he pro­moted his teaching and then handed over leadership to Sheikh Muhammad. The village where the sheikh’s grave is situated and his family lived is called Seykhlar. His only work that survived to date is Bayan ul-Asrar (Explanation of Secrets), which he wrote in Arabic, and its focuses on human spirituality and morality. Seyid Yahya Bakuvi was one of the leaders of the Khalvatiyyah Sufi denomination and made great efforts to spread it in the Middle East. One of his followers and great philosopher, Sheikh Yusif made great efforts to spread the Khalvatiyyah denomination in the GubaKhachmaz zone.