At the edge of the 20th century, Abai
in his "The Book of Words" speculates on the human destiny and the way of life.
In a reported origin myth, the founding ancestor Kesomo emerges from a sago palm at a place known as Gamlihai, marries a woman from there and has four sons who establish the 'sub-clans' Tebesutie Kesomo, Abai
hafi Kesomo, Dio hafi Kesomo, and Toio ho Kesomo.
The sides agreed to hold the "Abai
readings" and the photo exhibition "Unknown Kazakhstan" in Beijing.
* Corresponding author: Kazakh National Agrarian University, The Republic of Kazakhstan, Abai
Avenue, 8, Almaty, 050010.
Kazakhstan offered to India to explore the Caspian Abai
Le directeur general adjoint du Centre le professeur Abai
Abu Sin a dit dans une declaration a la SUNA que le symposium, qui s'est tenu sous l'auspices du ministere de la Culture , s'inscrit dans le cadre de reunions, les ateliers, les conferences et les forums organises par le Centre pour resoudre un certaines nombre de questions importantes, en particulier l'identite soudanaise , avec la participation de d'un groupe de scientifiques et de specialistes.
Kazakh National Agrarian University, Abai
Street 8, 050002, Almaty, Kazakhstan
Kazakh National Pedagogical University named after Abai
, Dostyk 13, Almaty, 050010, Kazakhstan
The film starts with the words of the founder of Kazakh literature Abai
Kunanbayev (1845-1904); "Love all people of the world as if they were your brothers".
19 -- ABAI
Fest 2013 is staging India's 1st exclusive film and digital arts festival for Animation, VFX & Gaming in Mysore (Manasa Gangotri, University of Mysore) on 6th and 7th of December 2013 through the day.
The Association for Behavior Analysis International (ABAI
) has a diversity policy, in which they support diversity.
Apparently, the most intellectual of the Kazakh tribes hailed from the northeast, and the giants of Kazakh literature and philosophy, born in awls (nomadic villages) near Semey, were educated in the small city: the national poet Abai
Kunanbaev, the philosopher Shakarim Kudaiberdiev (executed during the Stalinist repression of the 1930s but since rehabilitated), and the father of Kazakh literature, Mukhtar Auezov.