An Islamic Biographical Dictionary Of The Eastern Kazakh by Allen J. Frank, Mirkasyim A. Usmanov

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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 attracted to the Islamic historical past of primary Asia below Russian and chinese language rule. overlaying 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 presents clean insights into the highbrow, political, and non secular lifetime of a area for which indigenous Islamic resources 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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It is related that he hit him on the head with a stick. /33b/ Later, he came to the encampment and ‘apologized,’ saying, “TÙrä, you fool, you walk looking at the ground like a pig, you butt into the yurt like a cow; you know the time for tea, [so] if you have something to say, shouldn’t you have come a bit later? [If you had], the stick would not have struck your head,” and he left. ” In any case, when he would go to Chawchak, it would be when the clan would out of the mountains; and after the Tåma clan would stop on the way, B§rmaq Mirîa would stop at their encampment and be received as a guest.

43 That is, Jål§y b. t§y, aqsaq§l in Chawchak; cf. Taw§rÊkh-i khamsa-yi sharqÊ, 353. 44 Biy, or judge, administering customary law among the nomads. ” Here it signifies a member of a council with a degree of administrative authority over the Kazakh nomads. 46 The Stone Mosque was also known as the Second Mosque. AÈmad-WalÊ identified Ism§#Êl as this mosque’s fourth mu’azzin; cf. Frank and Usmanov, Materials, 20. 47 This episode is discussed in full in the entry for Mull§ M§lik. e. 49 His stories are famous in the Kazakh country [qaz§qist§n].

English translation and notes 21 you gone crazy? 53 I have reached this age, at a time when my beard has turned white, without passing someone’s greetings. I could die with the burden of your daughter’s something or other,” and he went out and left. B¿k Sulã§n was angry at his wife and said, “Didn’t you know the molda’s character? ” As for J§nbål§ã, he had followed after B§b§y and [from] outside of the yurt he had heard what he had said, and he mounted his horse, took off, and reached his encampment, making a two-day journey in a single day.

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