Located in Haohan Village, the tomb is one of the holiest muslim sites in Kashgar. The tomb is the resting place of Muhammad Yusuf, who was a Sufi master from Central Asia who came to the region in the early 17th century, and was also active in spreading Sufism throughout China. Later, Muhammad Yūsuf's son and successor, Afāq Khoja, was buried there. The mausoleum contains the tombs of five generations of the Afaq family, which encompasses 72 members.
The monument is also known as Xiangfei's tomb. It is the resting place of Iparhan, who is said to be the legendary "fragrant concubine" Xiangfei. She was the wife of a rogue leader who was captured by the Qianlong emperor and taken to Beijing to be his imperial concubine.She refused to serve him and was forced to commit suicide (or she may have been murdered by the Emperor's mother).