Oruzbaeva-Daniyarova K.B., Daniyarova A.S. Bazarkul Daniyarov – the first educator. Portrait against the background of the epoch. – Bishkek: Sanjarbek Daniyarov Foundation, 2021, – 472 p., Ill.
This book is in Russian language. The Kyrgyz version of this book is published in 2002. The link to Kyrgyz version is in the bottom of this article
The book is dedicated to the life and work of the Kyrgyz educator Bazarkul Daniyarov, who stood at the origins of primary, secondary and higher education in Kyrgyzstan, who, together with his associates, prepared a whole galaxy of outstanding cultural and educational workers of the republic, the first curricula and textbooks.
The book tells not only about the selfless work of the teacher, but also about the activities of representatives of the intellectual elite of the first third of the XX century, saturated with major political events. This is a documentary work about passionaries who devoted themselves to the cause of enlightenment and who died tragically as a result of Stalin’s repressions.
The book uses and presents:
- Photocopies of 79 documents, many of which are being put into circulation for the first time,
- 17 surviving letters of the prisoner Bazarkul Daniyarov from the GULAG,
- Previously unpublished historical photographs depicting prominent figures of Kyrgyzstan
- Memoirs of contemporaries about Bazarkul Daniyarov, about Kirinpros and about this time.
The book is addressed to readers interested in education, national history, especially teachers, students of history, philology and pedagogical faculties.
The publication is provided with a personal index, which contains about 400 names.
The printed book is available in RARITET chain bookstores in Bishkek, as well as in libraries. 690 som
The electronic version (in Russian) can be downloaded here:
The Russiab version of the book was published with contributions collected by members of the Daniyarov family. The authors are grateful to everyone who contributed voluntarily to the publication of the book.
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Kyrgyz version of the book: