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By Allen J. Frank, Mirkasyim A. Usmanov

This biographical dictionary, in response to a Turkic manuscript compiled in 1912, is vital for all these drawn to the Islamic heritage of relevant Asia lower than Russian and chinese language rule. protecting the interval from 1770 - 1912, it brings to existence the muslim groups of Sufis and students of the japanese Kazakh steppe. Its huge biographical details presents clean insights into the highbrow, political, and spiritual lifetime of a quarter for which indigenous Islamic assets are almost unknown. With a old and textological advent, complete English translation, broad notes, and an Arabic-script Turkic textual content.

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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.

His various falsehoods are mentioned not to blame this person, but only to illustrate the incident. One day in B§khta at a community feast mention was made of zak§t34 and the fact that so-and-so offered zak§t perfectly and the fact that so-and-so carried out a legal stratagem for fraud [ÈÊla-yi shari#] were brought forward for consideration. This $q Mull§ said that all of this place’s wealthy men are known to us. ” The subject of the biography said, “We studied in a madrasa in Kazan and when the month of Ramaî§n would arrive, beginning on the first day, the madrasa students were informed that the students of such-and such a madrasa are the first day, the students of such-and-such a madrasa are the second day, and so forth.

He was young and became a martyr. May God have mercy. His death was in 1310 AH [1892-93 CE]. He was in his thirties. 37 35 A pood is a Russian unit of weight equivalent to 36 pounds. The meaning of the last two sentences are uncertain. 37 AÈmad-J§n’s tragic fate was the topic of a Turkic biographical treatise, written by his teacher ^sh-MuÈammad b. #Umar-AÈmad from Ufa. The work was published 36 16 the dictionary /31a/ AÈmad-J§n Q§rÊ b. Muslim b. 38 AÈmad-J§n b. 40 He lived a long time with great prestige.

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