It is located 50 km south of the city of Zhezkazgan (Karaganda region), on the left bank of the Kengir River. It was built in the XIV-XV centuries. According to legends, it belonged to Zhoshykhan’s daughter-in-law. The Kulan Ana shrine was built nearby. Legends say that the mazar belonged to the concubine of Genghis Khan; on a secret order, she directed the murder of Zhoshykhan. Therefore, the steppe kuy «Aksak kulan» indirectly informs about the executioner of Zhoshykhan’s death.