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Знакомство с талентом Независимая Республика Туркменистана Гундогдиев Овез Атаевич


Профессор Овез Гундогдиев
Профессор Овез Гундогдиев

ОВНУК Харгелди (Dr. Ownuk Hangeldi)-Профессор доктор Гундогдиев Овез Атаевич из семьи туркменских интеллектуалов, рожденных в столице независимая Республики Туркменистана, г. Ашхабад.

После обретения независимости Туркменистана его отеца был одним из первых послов и поверенного в делах в качестве посла в Афганистане и Таджикистане были присвоены. Читать далее Знакомство с талентом Независимая Республика Туркменистана Гундогдиев Овез Атаевич

Some basic resources about Turkmen history in XIV-XV centuries — Kara Koyunlular devri , Ankara 2001


Library
Jahansha Hakyky Diwan— Iran’da Turkmen hakimiyeti:
1. Kara Koyunlular devri , Ankara 2001; Heribert Busse, Untersuchungen zum islamischen Kanzleiwesen: an Hand turkmenischer und safawidischer Urkunden, Cairo 1959; 
2. Bert G. Fragner, Repertorium persischer Herscherurkunden, publizierte Originalurkunden (bis 1848 ), Freiburg
1980;
3. Walther Hinz, «Beitrage zur iranischen Kulturgeschichte», ZDMG, vol.91 (1937); idem, Irans Aufstieg zum Nationalstaat: im funfzehnten Jahrhundert, Berlin 1936; IA , s.v. «Cihan-Sah» (by Mukrimin H.
Yinanµ);
4. Michel M., Mazzaoui, The origins of the Safawids: S`ism, Sufism, and the Gulat, Wiesbaden 1972;

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The pages of the book «Poems Jahanshah Haghighi (Hakyky)» with the new cover released — صفحاتی از کتاب «دیوان جهانشاه حقیقی» با پوشش منتشر شده


The Book Poems Jahanshah Haghighi
The new book «Poems Jahanshah Haghighi

Dr. Hangeldi Ownuk: The below are shown pictures of the new book entitled «Poems Jahanshah Hakyky» by the turkmen classical alphabet. (text is written Arabic — Persian). This book has been published by the publisher «Behjat» in the capital city of Iran — Tehran, here have been inserted:

Reference: — «Divan Jahānšāh Haghighi» Writing and Research: Dr. Hangeldi Ownuuk, publication: «Behjat», printed: Gulshan, Tehran, 1392 (2014), pp. 248.

Biography NameOfBook

This version of «Divan-e Jahanshah Haghighi (Hakyky)» based on handwritten manuscripts in the library of the Academy of Sciences of Armenia which is known as «Matenadaran Fund», was collected. Читать далее The pages of the book «Poems Jahanshah Haghighi (Hakyky)» with the new cover released — صفحاتی از کتاب «دیوان جهانشاه حقیقی» با پوشش منتشر شده

PART II: Turkmen history and literature in the centuries XIV and XV — (Review on poems by Jahansha Hakyky)


Tomb of Sultan Satuk Bughra Khan, the first Muslim khan
Tomb of Sultan Satuk Bughra Khan,
the first Muslim khan, in
Artush, Xinjiang

Dr. Ovnuk, Hangeldi: 
1. Vigorous growth of literature and history Turkmani

Turkmen history and literature of historical events in his life, filled with many great figures in science is growing. One of the great medieval poet kings is Jahansha Garagoyunli (Jahansha Hakyky).» [4]
Growth and dynamism of Turkic ethnics literature after the advent of religion of Islam in Asia. Ofcourse Qarakhanids or Ilak-khanidsBoth dynastic names represent titles with Kara Kağan being the most important Turkish title up till the end of the dynasty» [5]) Turkmen dynasty begins. Kept the course of the IIXth century, the Turkmen Oghuz commands willingly accepted Islam religion and to recognize in the first half of the Xth century after the third dynasty Qarakhanids command Satuq Khan («Satyk Khan» or Bughra Khan) Islam as The official religion of the Turkmens government official Included. … » »»

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