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Moscow writers at the “Headquarters of the Tatars” presented new books in the Tatar language

Moscow writers at the “Headquarters of the Tatars” presented new books in the Tatar language

Moscow writers at the “Headquarters of the Tatars” presented new books in the Tatar language

January 10, 2019

The Tatar poet, writer, composer Anis Shaimardanov and  poet Akhat Mukhamedov presented their new books “Gadi Tatars” and “Yaraly Yazmyshim “at the Tatar Headquarters of Moscow.

The next book of the poet, writer, composer Anis Shaymardanov “Yaraly Yazmyshim” is devoted to the events of revolution, collectivization and pre-war Tatar life. The fate of the author’s ancestors is reflected in the novels “Yaraly Yazmyshim”. And in the collection “Gadi Tatars” collected poems by Akhat Mukhamedov, translated from Russian into Tatar by Anis Shaymardanov, are collected.

Representatives of the Tatar public – chairmen and activists of Tatar autonomies and student associations gathered at the presentation of new Tatar books. The evening was attended by the daughter of the poet Musa Jalil – Chulpan Jalil,  historian Nazif Mirikhanov,  orientalist Yuldus Khaliullin,  poetess Lilia Safina,  local historian Ahmet Galimov and many others.

The author of the book “Gadi Tatars”, the Tatars of Moscow and the Moscow Region, know him as a public figure and enlightener who regularly holds evenings, meetings, seminars dedicated to the poets Gabdulla Tukai, Musa Jalil. As Chulpan Jalil noted, the power of sincere feeling was reflected in the work by Akhat Mukhamedov.

Anis Shaimardanov was born in the Republic of Bashkortostan. He is a man of many-sided talent, an educator, sound producer, harmonist, songwriter of his own work, Anis Shaimardanov. The books “Och Sin, Zhyrym, Eraklarga!” (“Fly, My Song, Into the Distance”), Gomerem Miszgellere (“Moments of Life”) and “Kaitavaz” (Echo) have been published.

 

 

Press Service

Headquarters of Moscow Tatars

 

 

 

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