Kukeldash madrasah is constructed very traditionally. Any Madrasah in
the Muslim country usually has exactly this look. The facade of a
building decorated with majolica and inscriptions a high smart arch
entrance-Peshtak. Windows are supplied with sun-protection lattices -
Pandjara, in patterns of ornaments we find twisted sacred for Moslems
names of Allah and Muhammad prophet. Pass through Peshtak, the visitor
gets into the court yard of the rectangular form surrounded with suites
vaulted rooms - Hudjr, doors of which go inside. The courtyard often
ends with a larger dome building - Darskhona (a room for lessons).
Hudjrs served as habitation for students, and lessons, as a rule, were
carried out in an open-air in a courtyard of madrasah, because the
local climate allows doing it during the most part of year. Atmospheric
precipitations in Tashkent are not often, it happens very hot in the
summer, and in the winter the temperature seldom falls below zero.