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A literary event in memory of Abdullah Kadiri was held in Tashkent

15.10.2021 1484

On October 14, the  Agency of Cultural Heritage under the Ministry of Tourism and Sports of the Republic of Uzbekistan jointly with the Abdullah Kadiri Memorial Museum and the Tashkent Regional Information and Library Center "Turon" organized a literary and artistic evening "In Memory of Bygone Days".

The famous writer, a representative of Uzbek romatism of the early XX century Abdullah Kadiri, made an invaluable contribution to the development of Uzbek literature and culture. In his works, the great classic taught the younger generation love and devotion to the motherland.

Considering the importance of educating the younger generation in the spirit of inhuman values, the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan decided to hold from October 4 to 14 a number of cultural and educational events (seminars, conferences, literary evenings) in memory of the great writer to promote the great literary heritage of Abdullah Kadiri - in the memorial museum, as well as the house-museum of A. Kadiri, in higher and secondary special educational institutions, military institutions and organizations under the motto: "Abdullah Kadiri - from the treasury of Uzbek literature" with the participation of famous writers and scientists.

Finishing a series of events on October 14, 2021, together with the Abdullah Kadiri Memorial Museum and the Tashkent Regional Information Library Center "Turon", a literary and artistic evening "Memory of Bygone Days" was organized.

The evening marked the life and work of Abdullah Kadiri. During the event, the eminent Uzbek artist Bakhtiyor Turaev presented a visual and musical composition "Memory of Bygone Days" based on the famous novel by Abdullah Kadiri "Bygone Days".

The event also included a ceremony of awarding certificates and cash prizes to the winners of the contest "Exemplary Followers of Abdullah Kadiri" among talented students of the National Institute of Art and Design after Kamoliddin Behzod.

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