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At the Tatar Academic State Opera and Ballet Theater, the G.Tukay State Award Laureates awarded

Head of the republic wholeheartedly congratulated those present on the holiday of their Native language and Tukay's birthday. "April 26 has become a good tradition to celebrate the birthday of Tukay and hold a holiday of the Native language in Tatarstan, to us on this day high guests come. Today we award the Tukay Prize and continue this tradition, "said the President of the Republic of Tatarstan. Laureates of the Prize after G. Tukai this year became Madina Malikova, Haris Salikhov and Rosalyna Shageeva. The writer Madina Malikova received a prize for the book "Arysh tme: novel, story, hatirulir" (Kazan: Ikhlas LLC, 2014). Receiving the award from the hands of the President of Tatarstan, she said that her first book turned 50 this year. "I devoted my whole life to literary creation. I take this gift as a sign of great respect for Tatar literature, and I hope that a status of the Tatar writer will always remain high, "the laureate said. Haris Salikov was rewarded for his books: "Secular and spiritual motives in the works of A. Pushkin, G. Tukai and the problems of moral education today" (Kazan: Idel-Press Publishing House, 2008); "Religion and Science (the Basics of World Religious and Secular Cultures)" (Kazan: "Idel-Press" Publishing House, 2012). "I am 90 years old. And I wrote my first book 50 years ago. I dedicated my life to religious science, "said Imam. Rosalina Shageeva received an award for the book "Roses of Eternity: a collection of articles in the Tatar and Russian languages" (Kazan: Zaman Publishing House, 2015) about the national cultural heritage of Tatarstan. She thanked the leadership of the republic and the public for their high confidence. "But more than all awards - Motherland, native language, poetry," she said. The awarding ceremony was continued by a concert of masters of arts of Tatarstan, dedicated to the Day of Mother tongue and the 131 anniversary of the outstanding Tatar poet Gabdulla Tukai. We remind that the State Prize of the Republic of Tatarstan named after Gabdulla Tukai is being awarded since 1958. It is awarded for the most outstanding works of literature and art (pictorial, musical, theatrical, circus, cinema, architecture and town planning) for the most outstanding, having received public recognition, which made a significant contribution to the development of national culture. RT Ministry of culture

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The oldest library of Europe is the first in the world to open access to fundamental scientific works on the history of the Tatars to the world scientific community

On April 7, 2017, the Institute of History of the RT Academy of Sciences donated the first copy of the seven-volume "History of the Tatars" and the monograph "The Golden Horde in World History", which was published for the first time in English, as a gift to the Bodleian Library of Oxford University. Director of the Institute of History after Sh. Mardzhani Rafael Khakimov gave valuable monographs to Lidia Wright, an employee of the Institute of Oriental Studies at the Bodleian Library.

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Scholars discussed in Oxford the plan of a fundamental monograph on history of the Tatars in Europe

April 7, 2017, in Oxford, the international conference themed "Tatars in World History", a working meeting of the Institute of History after Sh. Mardzhani RT Academy of Sciences with its European colleagues: professor Istvan Vashari from the University after Ettesh Lorand (Budapest, Hungary) and professor Dariusz Kolodzeychik from the Institute of History of the University of Warsaw and the Institute of History of the Polish Academy of Sciences took place.

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