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While many of the ethnolinguistic groups of the former Soviet sphere find themselves separated from a number of their coethnics by new or old international borders, perhaps none are so divided as the Turkmen, with substantial and long-standing populations in Turkmenistan, Iran, Iraq and Afghanistan, and smaller populations in Pakistan, Turkey, the North Caucasus region (the Trukhmens) and, according to some ethnographers, in China (the Salars). With this in mind, some attempt may be made in the future to cover Turkmen-related publications from beyond Turkmenistan’s current borders, using sources such as the Turkish State Archives’ Irak Türkleri bibliyografyasi = A bibliography of Iraqi Turks (Ankara, 1994), the “bibliographic summary” on the Trukhmens included in A. P. Potseluevskii’s Dialekty turkmenskogo iazyka (Ashkhabad, 1936) and Araz Mohammad Sarly’s 2-volume bibliography of the Turkmen-inhabited Golestan/Gulistan region of Iran (Gorgan, 1377-1379, i.e., 1998-2000). A few dozen such publications (mostly Iraqi and Iranian books from the 1960s and 1970s) are listed on pages 218-230 of . Read more…
Written by Ruslan Muradov – Category: Culture herritage:
The north of Turkmenistan is characterized with severe and contract landscapes where steppe plains of Ustyurt ends with stiff cliffs and below until the horizon the boundless Garagum stretches. But yet five hundred years ago everything was different. Here in the lower course of the Daryalyk – the ancient course of the Amyderya – there flourishes oases with several fort cities, numerous villages and thousands of hectares of irrigated lands. It is difficult to believe that if not those ruins and hardly visible trenches from irrigated canals lost in the vast fields of the Sarykamysh. The Daryalyk is the main artery of water in this region and was formed in the 13th century: no matter how it looks paradox as a result of damages, made by the Mongolian conquerors to Khorezm. They destroyed the dam on the Amyderya and the swirling water flooded first the capital city of Gurganj (present Koneurgench) and then the Sarykamysh depression and Uzboy by which in the far remote past the Amyderya fell into the Caspian sea. From this irrigation, Turkmens made use of successfully creating here at the end of the 14th century a grandiose irrigation network of facilities. Perhaps, the fort city of Ak-gala appeared on the bank of one of tributaries of the Daryalyk. It protected by the mount of Butentau with its stiff cliff hanging over the river in the north. Read more…
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Çeşmeler (Resources) – “Radio Free Europa“: Interview on the radio program “ÇEŞMELER” or “Cheshmeler” means (Resources)” as “Gepleshyk (Gepleşik) – Talking” program about the Divan Jahānšāh Haghighi (Hakyky).
– Interviewer: Mr. Hudayberdi Hally.
Sources: Radio Free Liberty Europa – Hudayberdi Hallyev
|Our fellow researcher Dr. Hangeldi Ovnuk in history, has been a long sought to research the literary heritage of Turkmens of Jahānšāh Haghighi. His this work has recently been published between the population public. This literature of turkmen heritage Jahānšāh complete works in a “Divan-i Jahānšāh Haghighi” has been collected.
According to the ِbook Divan, in the oldest manuscripts Manuscripts Institute of Armenia, known as “Matenadaran” in its capital in Yerevan, the research is provided. Our radio program to talk with the author of this scientific work became Dr. Hangeldi Ownuk.
Great gift to the literary heritage
|Diwan-i “Jahānšāh Haghighi (HAKYKY)”|
Dr.H. Ownuk: The Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan is the state body which primary task is to ensure the practical realization of scientific and technical politics.
[En English]: Central Eurasia: The Academy of Sciences of the Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republic was established in June 1951 on the basis of the Foundation of the Turkmen Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Socialist Republic of the Union. Initially – Turkestan scientific. Commission (1922), then the Turkmen.
SRI (Scientific – Research Institute) study of history, geography, literature and art (1925), followed by Government. The Academic Council (The State Academic Council) under the People’s Commissariat of Education (1926), then the Cult of the Turkmen * (1928-32). … So you can click to Pdf format or Read more…
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