By Allen J. Frank, Mirkasyim A. Usmanov
This biographical dictionary, in response to a Turkic manuscript compiled in 1912, is key for all these attracted to the Islamic heritage of vital Asia below Russian and chinese language rule. protecting the interval from 1770 - 1912, it brings to existence the muslim groups of Sufis and students of the jap Kazakh steppe. Its vast biographical info offers clean insights into the highbrow, political, and non secular lifetime of a quarter for which indigenous Islamic assets are nearly unknown. With a ancient and textological advent, complete English translation, wide notes, and an Arabic-script Turkic textual content.
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Then he was removed and they made his son Abå •§lib an official mull§ for Imin volost’. Abå •§lib was not considered oppressive to the nomads, [but] because of his father’s disruptiveness, Abå •§lib was removed. ” Historically Chala Kazakhs were the descendants of Central Asian, Tatar or Bashkir fathers and Kazakh mothers. As such, they were members of Kazakh society, while at the same time were not part of the Kazakh kinship system. Chala Kazakhs enjoyed essentially the same legal status as Kazakhs.
S. Mukanov, Iz istoricheskogo proshlogo, (Almaty, 1998), 154155. However, $q B§lïq’s account corresponds essentially with a version recorded by A. I. Levshin, and initially published in 1820. According to Levshin, a member of the Middle Zhuz, named Dair-khodzha (according to the Russian spelling) convinced a number of people to follow him to the Or’ River, where he became Khan. Dair-khodzha’s son was Kara-khodzha, whose sons were Argun, Naiman, Kipchak, Uvak and Girei. The five sons gave their names to the tribes which descended from them, that is, the five major tribes of the Middle Zhuz; cf.
In any case, it clearly refers to the period following the reforms of 1868. 57 \usayn b. ]. 54 22 the dictionary /35a/ Pirimqul Q§rÊ b. Ibr§hÊm Q§rÊ K§shgharÊ He came to Chawchak in the year—and became im§m to the K§shgharÊ mosque. In 1327 AH [1909-1910 CE] he went on the Èajj and came back. He was a simple-hearted Sufi, an accomplished poet, an eloquent recitor of the Qur’§n, and a handsome and perfect Muslim. He translated a Persian poem of Shang§ray Damull§ YaÈy§ and an Arabic poem of Mash§hir an-Nis§, and gave them to me.
An Islamic Biographical Dictionary Of The Eastern Kazakh Steppe 1770-1912 (Brill's Inner Asian Library) by Allen J. Frank, Mirkasyim A. Usmanov