In his article Ismailzhan Iminov meticulously describes the story of Chokan’s life and his death. Besides, the author vividly depicts the natural beauty of the village, as he personally had been wondering around every corner of it before writing about the scene of actions. In this article, you can also discover Chokan’s attitude toward the tsar’s power. Most importantly, writing piece explores the mystery of Chokan’s death.
Have you seen any mosque, which was turned into a library or a club? If not, then you can explore for yourself about ancient mosque preserved till these days in the article by Tinkay Krevetova Woody mosque in Aqkoltyk.
Do you know that during the ruling of khoshout’s in oyrat confederation on Kent’s mountains territory an oyrat temple Kyzyl Kenish was built? The intention behind the construction was to create a town afterward. In her article Tinkay Kretova describes this unique temple.
There is a mausoleum built in honor of Isabek Ishan Khazret near to the Ekibastuz city 18 km away from Aqkol village, in Kyldykol tract. Who was Isabek Ishan Khazret? And why this particular place was chosen for this purpose? All details you may find in Tinkay Kretova’s article.
Do you know that the mosque in Karkaraly region was built by Kunanbay kazhy following tatar artchitecture style only by using solid logs? Despite the purpose of the building have been changed over time it never lost its value from architectural perspective. A cultural monument services as a reminder of Kazakh spiritual tradition.
In East Kazakhstan region, 200 km away from Semey, an astonishing cave called Konyr Auliye is located. A hidden holy lake can be found inside of it. There are countless cases when spouses would come and pray asking for a child. Eventually their wishes came true. Also, archeologists found a workshop of the Stone Age. The author of the article Tinkay Kretova provides appealing facts about the holy cave in a brief manner.
In Kazakh people’s mind all the notes of Djungars are related to the hostile relationship between two nations and not much. However, thanks to archeological remains and historical findings the picture of Kazakh-Djungar relation in the past becomes clearer. Newly discovered findings might alter stereotyped attitude toward djungars. Tinkay Krevetova portrays the Abylaikit monument, which explores the history of oyrat period.
In his article Ismailzhan Iminov meticulously describes the story of Chokan’s life and his death. Besides, the author vividly depicts the natural beauty of the village, as he personally had been wondering around every corner of it before writing about the scene of actions. In this article, you can also discover Chokan’s attitude toward the tsar’s power. Most importantly, writing piece explores the mystery of Chokan’s death.
Have you seen any mosque, which was turned into a library or a club? If not, then you can explore for yourself about ancient mosque preserved till these days in the article by Tinkay Krevetova Woody mosque in Aqkoltyk.
Do you know that during the ruling of khoshout’s in oyrat confederation on Kent’s mountains territory an oyrat temple Kyzyl Kenish was built? The intention behind the construction was to create a town afterward. In her article Tinkay Kretova describes this unique temple.
There is a mausoleum built in honor of Isabek Ishan Khazret near to the Ekibastuz city 18 km away from Aqkol village, in Kyldykol tract. Who was Isabek Ishan Khazret? And why this particular place was chosen for this purpose? All details you may find in Tinkay Kretova’s article.
Do you know that the mosque in Karkaraly region was built by Kunanbay kazhy following tatar artchitecture style only by using solid logs? Despite the purpose of the building have been changed over time it never lost its value from architectural perspective. A cultural monument services as a reminder of Kazakh spiritual tradition.
In East Kazakhstan region, 200 km away from Semey, an astonishing cave called Konyr Auliye is located. A hidden holy lake can be found inside of it. There are countless cases when spouses would come and pray asking for a child. Eventually their wishes came true. Also, archeologists found a workshop of the Stone Age. The author of the article Tinkay Kretova provides appealing facts about the holy cave in a brief manner.
In Kazakh people’s mind all the notes of Djungars are related to the hostile relationship between two nations and not much. However, thanks to archeological remains and historical findings the picture of Kazakh-Djungar relation in the past becomes clearer. Newly discovered findings might alter stereotyped attitude toward djungars. Tinkay Krevetova portrays the Abylaikit monument, which explores the history of oyrat period.