Mohlaroyim (1792-1842), most commonly known by her penname Nodira, was an Uzbek poet and stateswoman. Nodira is generally regarded as one of the most outstanding Uzbek poets. She wrote poetry both in Uzbek and Persian. Nodira also used other pennames, such as Komila and Maknuna. Many of her diwans have survived. These diwans consist of more than 10,000 lines of poetry.
Nodira was the wife of Muhammad Umar Khan (1787-1822) who ruled the Khanate of Kokand from 1809 until 1822. Following her husband's death, Nodira became the de facto ruler of Kokand. She was executed in 1842 by Nasrullah Khan.