The Hasan Murad Qushbegi Mosque was built in 1800 of the 19th century and is located behind the Musa Tura Madrasah in Khiva. The Hasan Murad Qushbegi Mosque (the head of the Khan’s guard) was built by Hasan Murad Qushbegi together with his relative Shah Niyaz. However, the mosque only bears the name of Hasan Murad Qushbegi.
The Hasan Murad Qushbegi Mosque is located opposite the Amir Tura Madrasah and behind the Musa Tura Madrasah in Khiva. The mosque is small, has a rectangular floor plan, an aiwan with pillars, two khanaka with pillars and an annexe with living quarters adjoining from the north. The complex includes a winter and a summer mosque. A minaret has been erected in the northeast corner. The minaret in the northeast corner has a minaret. Hasan-Murad-Kushbegi has a modest design: the building is walled up without any decoration, the interior is evenly painted in red, black, white and blue colours, including the ceiling.
There is a minaret in the northeast corner, built inside the structure. The mosque was renovated in 1997.