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The Karaganda earth gave to the Kazakh people of many who highly lifted glory of edge, famous akyns and poets were born here, writers, whose names became pride of the people. Saryarka became the creative homeland for many writers.

From antiquity in the Central Kazakhstan traditions of oral national poetry developed. In folklore important events, economic way, life and life of the Kazakh people were displayed. Throughout many centuries national akyns, Bukhar-Zhyrau Kalkamanula's singers-composers, Zhanak Sagyndykuly, Shozhe Karzhaubayula, etc. had wide popularity. In their works, various on a genre, Saryarki's beauty was sung, issues of national life were touched. Folklore of edge became a subject of researches of Ch. Valikhanov, Georgy Potanin. Since the beginning of the 19th blepharon in works of akyns the special place is taken by social and economic changes. There are first books, the newspaper in the Kazakh language "Gave Ualayata" (the informal annex to "Akmolinsky regional sheets") which was issued in Omsk extends. National liberation driving of 1916 gave a potent impulse to oral poetic creativity and written literature of that period.

The intolerable, hard work of working people, miners of mines of is described by Saken Seyfullin in the poem to "Worker" (1921). With revival of the coal industry in Karaganda literature on working class gained development. Beymbet Maylin, one of the first Kazakh writers, displayed in the works of an event, occurring in the Central Kazakhstan. A number of sketches about heroic work of miners is written to them.

About Karaganda also Sattar Erubaev working in 1934-35 in newspaper editorial office "Karaganda proletariats". Its novel about life of miners "My contemporaries" is the considerable work of the Kazakh literature on a working subject. In days of pre-war five-years periods there were works "Red Horse", "Albatross", "Thorny road" of Saken Seyfullin, "Life or death" of Gabiden Mustafin. In the very first days of war Karaganda was visited by Mukhtar Auezov who addressed to miners, metallurgists of area with the flame word. By results of a trip sketches "Were written to them when calls the Homeland", "On the conveyor – power powerful" – about dedicated work of miners of Karaganda and metallurgists of Balkhash.

On August 14, 1943 took place aytys of akyns on which Doskey Alimbayev, Shashubai Koshkarbayev, Ilyas Mankin and others sang of heroism and courage, feats of sons and daughters on fronts of the Great Patriotic War. "In the years of war in Karaganda the considerable group of writers was selected. At the initiative of Gabit Musrepov, the board member of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan, the first organizational meeting of writers of the miner's city was called. In bureau of regional office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan Allazhar Temirzhanov, Nikolay Titov, Nikolay Pichugin and akyns Doskey Alimbayev and Koshen Eleuov were elected" — the famous Karaganda local historian Yu. Popov writes. The Socialist Karaganda newspaper of 04.08.44 on all page publishes aytys of akyns under the heading "In a System with Fighters Safely Coming, the Song Fighting Sounds Akyns". Gabit Musrepov literally wrote down all aytys of the Karaganda akyns. In 1943 they were published in Alma-Ata in the Kazakh language. So preserved a creative heritage of such masters of song art as K. Aynabekov, I. Mankin, K. Eleuov, D. Alimbayev, S. Azdenbayev, Zh. Bayturov, M. Zhapakov. Айтыс was a peculiar milestone in the history of coal Karaganda. He sang of heroism and courage of defenders of the Homeland, feats on fronts, called for multiplication of labor achievements.

In 1947 in Karaganda the poet Kasym Amanzholov, our fellow countryman who devoted to the city the poem "Under a Palate of Karaganda" spent three days.

The post-war period was marked by new inflow of creative energy of writers. The subject of miner's work inspired N. Zabolotsky, B. Akhmadullin and others poets. Gabiden Mustafin's sketches about Zhezkazgan, Ivan Shukhov’s about Temirtau, S. Omarov’s about Balkhash were a peculiar approach to multifold development of this composite subject. There were novels "Karaganda" of Gabiden Mustafin, "The awakened edge" Gabit Musrepov, "Temirtau" of Zein  Shashkin. By Nikolay Titov (the express correspondent of the Socialist Karaganda newspaper) was wrote verses on Temirtau: "The car goes to Temirtau", "On watch of the world" and others. In 1959 Kazgoslitizdat published the collection of verses "Near youth" Nikolay Titov about the Kazakhstan Magnitogorsk.

Since 1956 in Karaganda the interregional office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan started functioning. T. Akhtanov, and since 1958 – Zhaik Kagenovich Bekturov – the writer, the member of All-Union geographical society, the fissile fighter for safety of monuments, the internationalist and the serial advocate of perpetuating of memory of outstanding public figures of Kazakhstan headed the organization originally. In area created the works Mikhail Zuyev-Ordynets, Dmitry Oskin, Kabyl Boranbayev, Erkesh Ebekenov, Mikhail Balykin, etc.

In the 50th years at the Socialist Karaganda newspaper the literary join directed in the beginning by the editor F was organized. Boyarsky, and then writer N. Pichugin. Literary abilities were the single criterion of participation in join. Participants not only increased the skill, but were good assistants to the newspaper: they wrote notes, sketches, reportings, sketches. Some of them cast in the lot then with journalism, and someone stepped in literature: Vladelen Berdennikov, Yury Nesterov, Vladimir Chuyev. Esfir Belitskaya, Mikhail Brodsky, Abdullah Salekhov, etc. participated in literary merger of "Joint stock company-Bulak" at the Industrial Karaganda newspaper. Literary environments where besides discussion of verses and prose, at collateral meetings with composers issues of creation of new works, songs, oratorios were resolved of our edge, the city, of remarkable people were carried out. During this period the young prose writers and poets created in the creative associations "Magnet", "Kurysh" (Temirtau), "Surf" (Balkhash) at the newspaper "Balkhash worker", "Bullion" (Zhezkazgan) at the “Zhezkazgan Truth” newspaper where on the page under the heading "Creativity" verses and prose of local authors were discussed declared themselves. In the HAG there were three joins: "Horizon", "Balaus", "Grenada". The collection "Fires of Temirtau" of terms of literary join in which verses, stories, sketches devoted to heroics of peace everyday life of builders of the Kazakhstan Magnitogorsk, written on the concrete facts from life of Temirtau were published was published. In republican publishing houses there were M. Brodsky, T. Beysembekov, V. Fetko, S. Aksunkarula's books....

In the mid-eighties the 2nd book of Gabit Musrepov "The awakened edge" was published – «Жат колында» ("In others hands"). Collective collections Karaganda, Temirtau, Zhezkazgan authors were issued.

In the nineties literary life of edge received a new impulse, after all the real literature always coincides with pulse of time, fully displays a variety and completeness of the world.

According to the writer Gerold Belger, to the mature developed writers, interestingly and bully declared himself and approved in the Kazakhstan literary process at the end of the XX century, also our fellow countrymen belong: Elena Zeyfert, Didar Amantay.

In 2007 three Karaganda inhabitants became winners of the International poetic Competition "I Anybody Will Never Leave" declared by "The literary newspaper": Iosif Breydo, Oksana Stepkina and Vitaly Sibirtsev. Their verses will be included into the collection. The geography of the poems selected for the edition includes authors from Azerbaijan, Austria, Belgium, Kazakhstan, Spain, Cyprus, Morocco, etc. countries.

In 2009 there was a book of the Karaganda poets "Through stratifications of years".


Aset Naymanbayuly

(1867-1922 (1923)

The Kazakh national poet, the singer and Aset Naymanbayuly's composer was born in 1867 in the present Aktogaysky region of the Karaganda region. Future poet who early lost the father was trained at the relatives on the maternal line living in the territory of the Makanshinsky region of Semipalatinsk area. In these regions which in the second half of XIX and the beginning of the XX centuries were the literary center of Kazakhstan, there passed all creative life of Aset. Aset Naymanbayula well knew the Arab diploma, east poetry. He played a noticeable role in development of song and composer art in the Central Kazakhstan. In Aset's works the love to the native earth is sung, subjects of a family, equal rights of women are developed, the appeal to seize knowledge, to comprehend meaning of life sounds. Its poem «Мүнлықыз» is devoted to a hard lot of the Kazakh girl ("The sad girl"). Aset's works reflect lines of nomadic life, history, ethnography of the Kazakh people. In creativity song traditions of Saryarka gained development. The poet made a free translation on the Kazakh language of the novel of Pushkin "Eugene Onegin".

Aset Naymanbayula was the master of song competition – aytys.


Abishev Alzhapar


Alzhappar Abishevalzhappar Abishev was born on October 15, 1907 in the Karkaralinsky area. National writer of Kazakhstan, term of the Union of writers of the USSR. Began work the 18-year-old young man. With 1925-34gg. worked as the teacher of courses of an educational program, the miner, the literary employee in the newspaper "Karaganda proletariats". Since 1935-1940 – the Head of Department of the «Лениншілжас» newspaper, the responsible secretary, the deputy editor of the magazine «Әдебиетжәнеискусство». Fruitfully worked in a genre of prose and dramatic art. Alzhappar Abishev growing since small years in an actuation medium became more narrow from initial steps the recognized singer of that class who gave it a start in life. The collection of stories "Blockage" (1936), one of its first works devoted to art display of process of emergence and formation of working class of Karaganda. Gabit Musrepov noted a mature type of work – the first-born of the beginning writer. And Saken Seyfullin, under whose edition left the book, premised to the book the warm and friendly preface, gave a positive assessment to the author. In the next years A. Abishev wrote the story "Unshakable" (1937), novels «Армансыздар» ("Happy", 1940). A. Abishev addresses to a work subject and in the subsequent sketches and stories such as "Underground front", "Confession of Karaganda", "Travel on mines", in the story "The People Who Fulfilled Dream".

Stay on the Northwest front, meetings with fighters and commanders, the severe truth of war, courage and determination of the Soviet soldier – all this found bright art display in its works. In 1942 in a co-authorship with M. Auzov creates the play "Guard of Honour" - about heroic actions of the eighth division of guards, about the commander I.V. Panfilov, there is a book about the Hero of the Soviet Union T. Tokhtarov - the collection of stories "Tolegen Toktarov" a year later. In post-war years there are stories "Main Road", "Deep Roots", "Miracle".

Are devoted to the Kazakh singer improvisator, the national composer of Madi Bapiuly the novel «Найзагай» ("Storm", 1969) and the story "Wounded Falcon" where it is told about the last period of life of the hero, about his fight for validity and freedom, about difficult destiny. Before the reader pass pictures of that alarming time in which there lived the poet, the composite characters of heroes of the novel, life, customs and traditions of steppe inhabitants. Prosaic works of the writer were included into gold fund of the Kazakh literature. A. Abishev – one of those who made a big contribution to a becoming and strengthening of a genre of dramatic art in national literature, in blossoming of the Kazakh theater. The repertoire of theaters of the country included many plays written to them: "The guard of honor", "Is not present, I will not die", "Adherents". The play "Friendship and Love" is devoted to display of dedicated work of miners of Karaganda in days of the Great Patriotic War and based on actual events.

A. Abishev wrote 36 plays, many of which were put on the stage of the Kazakh academic drama theater of M. Auezov and regional theaters. The play trilogy "I Will Not Die", "Friendship and Love", "Adherents" is recognized as innovation in national dramatic art.


Aziyev Amen


Aziyev_amenaziyev Amen Makhatovich was born on June 6, 1927 in the Karkaralinsk region of the Karaganda region. Writer, member of the Union of writers of the USSR, Candidate of Philology. Graduated from the Kazakh state university (1950), faculty of journalism. In 1950-52 – the junior researcher of Institute of language and literature of SA KAZSSR, in 1952-61 literature employee, Head of Department,  the secretary of the regional newspaper «Советтік Ќарағанды», since 1961 the director of the Karaganda studio of television, the senior lecturer, the associate professor of the Karaganda teacher training college, associate professor KARGU, KARPTI. Author of stories "Љтелген љкініш" ("Justified trust", 1965), «Санияз» (1967), «Шапаќ» ("Glow", 1968), novel " «Жез таулар» ("Copper mountains", 1968) sketches of «Ќазыналы Сарыарќа» (1978; каз. and Russian language) and "Saryarki's Treasure" (1986; Russian language). At the Karaganda drama theater of S. Seyfullin his play «Есіл ару» ("Death of a swan") was repeatedly put.


Aksunkaruly Serik


Serik Aksunkaruly was born on March 29, 1950. Poet, member of the Union of writers of RK (1986). Since 1974 the correspondent of newspapers of Aktogay and Taldin areas. In 1981-1989 - the head of department of the newspaper of the Karkaralinsk area "Communism thanes", since 1990 - the secretary of interregional office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan, the honored worker of arts of RK, the winner of an award of the International club of Abay, is awarded Akim's awards to the Karaganda region in the nomination "Gold Line".

Its verses are published in collective collections «Көктем тынысы», «Карлыгаш» (1977). Winner of a republican festival of creative youth "Zhiger" (1980). The author of collections «Адам ата – Хуана ана» (2000), «Төбемнен жаухар жауып тур» (2005), «Өмір деген - күнді айналу».

Serik Aksunkaruly wrote the first poem in sixteen years and devoted to the girlfriend Batima. Then future author of poetic collections studied at high school of the aul of Kyzyl aray the Karkaralinsk area. Outside there were the sixtieth — unique time when poets were masters of thoughts. The public opinion was formed in the crowded halls fading under stamping lines of poets. Today the poet Serik Aksunkaruly goes about the country much, and people often ask him about the future, consult on it. Admirers of talent compare it on power of national love to legendary Mukagali Makatayev. He considers: "all Kazakhs write verses, after all we are nomads".

He writes at the nights, sometimes lines come in a dream, and then jumps and writes down the poem which was entirely as revelation. It is necessary to govern much more often, and he does not get up because of a table, will not manage to express thought most precisely yet. Among colleagues on S. Aksunkaruly's feather it is recognized as the poet of idea and as the reformer of the word.

Its talented feather creates tirelessly, and all genres are subject to it. "I am a lyric poet, but not the reciter therefore in civil poetry it is also intimal as in love" — admits S. Aksunkaruly. The collection «Тобемнен жауhар жауып тур» (2005), except trembling lyrical lines, included the poem about native Karkaralinsk, a cycle of verses on mother, the address to the modern poets, imitation Omar Khayyam, the essay "Antipoetry" and the translation of several suras of the Koran. Serik Aksunkaruly — the experienced translator, on his account the translations of works of F. Schiller, G. Ibsen, S. Yesenin, M. Tsvetaeva, A. Akhmatova, A.S. Pushkin other.

For the width of thought and talent Serik Aksunkaruly was generally recognized. Its verses are translated into the Russian, Kyrgyz and Turkish languages.


Amanzholov Kasym



Slanting Amanzholov, one of the most visible representatives of the Kazakh poetry, was born on October 10, 1911 in the Karkaralinsk region of the Karaganda region, died after a long illness in 1955. The short biography of K. Amanzholov included the heavy events endured by the country and the people. Very much having early lost parents, it was brought up in a boarding school where got primary education. From 1927 to 1930 studied in veterinary technical school. Since 1932 worked in the field of journalism – in editorial office of the republican youth newspaper «Лениншіл жас». Since the beginning of the Great Patriotic War on 1946 Kasym in the ranks of the Soviet Army. After demobilization some time manages department of poetry of the magazine «Әдебиет және искусство».

K. Amanzholov published the first verses still the twenty-year-old young man. In 1938 its first book – the collection of verses "A life confession" was published. The poetic palette of the poet is various. It was a miscellaneous in the art vision in display of the world:

Холодно в доме, он хмур и тесен

Но я никогда его не покину.

Я разожгу костер из песен

И обогрею жену и сына.

Same year at the literary competition devoted to the twentieth anniversary of Lenin Komsomol, the second award noted K. Amanzholov's poem "The mysterious girl". In 1939 the satirical poem of the poet "Azgynbayev" is published. In the years of war besides numerous patriotic verses K. Amanzholov creates the poem "Death of the Poet" reviving a light image of the young Kazakh poet Abdullah Zhumagaliyev who was lost at the front.

The second book of verses of K. Amanzholov "Storm" which left in 1948 includes, generally verses of military years and the poem "Ours Dastan". The creative person of Kasym Amanzholov as poet-lyric poet generally was defined in verses of military and post-war time.

The literary heritage of K. Amanzholov is quite great. K. Amanzholov wrote also dramas, stories and sketches, literary critiques. He was richly gifted person finely feeling poetry. Fruitfully the poet and in the field of the translation worked. Deeply understanding the original, being able to transfer its originality, K. Amanzholov at the same time is faithful to internal laws of the Kazakh language. M. Lermontov's "Masquerade", "Poltava" of A.S. Pushkin, N. Nekrasov's "Sasha", "At the top of the voice" V. Mayakovsky are translated to them, "Vasily Tyorkin" of A. Tvardovsky, from prosaic works is known his translation "Letters to N. V. Gogol" of N. Belinsky; it translated and their separate poems, and also T. Shevchenko's works, Bottoms, D. Byron, etc. The considerable proportion of the translations of Kasym Amanzholov can be considered as exemplars of translation art in the Kazakh literature. It was translated into Russian. Snegin, M. Balykin, I. Selvinsky, Boris Slutsky, etc.

Mukhtar Auezov spoke: "Kasym Amanzholov – the surprising poet! The verses created by it, love, attentively read".

Behind Kasym Amanzholov's verses there is a freedom-loving proud person, from those people for which the main thing – to be good to people. Found communication with Mikhail Lermontov in his romantic verses of criticism. Kasym passionately propagandized Lermontov as his translator and simply liked it to read.

In January, 1955 Kasym Amanzholov died. But the fire kindled by it in the hearts of admirers of its unique poetry will never go out:

Я знаю, что умру,

Но страха нет.

Лишь сожаленье –

Мало сделал в жизни.


Bayseitov Maksut


Maksut Bayseitov was born in 1927 in the Telman region of the Karaganda region. Poet. In the years of war the young man worked as the shepherd in state farm. Studied at the Karaganda teacher training (teacher's) college. In 1944-48 the editor of the Karaganda regional radio committee, in 1948-68 the literary employee of the regional newspaper «СоветтіқҚарағанды»  («ОрталықҚазақстан»). In 1969 - 1972 the editor of the Karaganda studio of television.

The first collection of verses of the poet «Өміроттары» ("Life fires") appeared in 1953 M. Bayseitov poems «Ќайрат» ("Power") – about miner's work, «Меніңбақытым» ("My happiness") – about development of a virgin soil, «Жалын» ("Flame") - about metallurgists of Temirtau are created. Courage of soldiers seamen is sung in the poem «Сұрапыл» ("Storm"). In 1977 the collection of lyrical verses and poems  is published «Қарқаралыбасында»("At Karkaralinsk heights").


Bekturov Zhaik Kagenovich


Writer, translator, journalist, member of the Union of writers of the USSR and Kazakhstan, term of geographical society, honourable citizen of Karaganda. Zhaiyk Kagenovich in the aul of Kyzylagash of Alexeyev district of Akmola area was born on October 15, 1912. On aged custom, from five-year age studied at the mullah, then at rural schools. In 1928 entered Komsomol. Since 1928 its articles, sketches, stories often appear on pages of regional and republican newspapers and magazines. In 1930 - 1931 worked as the teacher of school of the Nurinsk region of the Karaganda region. In 1932 entered the Kazakh communistic university on newspaper office. In 1934 - 1935 worked as the instructor in regional Komsomol committee and after that in It is southern – the Kazakhstan area in Komsomol committee the manager of pioneer department. In 1935 - 1937 in the same area took up a position of the secretary of Komsomol committee. In 1937 - 1938 passed to work in the newspaper, the deputy editor of the «Лениншіл жас» newspaper. In 1938 - 1939 the assistant manager department of the «Социалистік Қазақстан» newspaper. In 1939 - 1942 worked as the editor of the Communist newspaper. In 1942 it was accepted in ranks of Red Army where worked as the editor of the Red Army newspaper. On May 22, 1942 it was arrested on chance charge of People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs, so-called case of "nationalists" was opened. Zh. Bekturov sustained barbarous methods of a corollary, did not admit the guilt and was sentenced to 10 years of imprisonment. In February, 1945 Special Meeting at People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs Kazakh the Soviet Socialist Republic reduces a punishment measure till 5 years. Only in 1955 business was completely stopped and the reputation of Bekturov is restored. In 1948 it worked at school and the regional newspaper of Taldy-Kurgan as the literary employee. In 1957-1958 work in the «Советтік Қарағанды» newspaper the literary employee. Since 1958 the responsible secretary, then - the chairman of the Karaganda interregional office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan. In 1959 became a term of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan. Zh.K. Bekturov wrote poems "Poet and Rascal", "Letter to the Sister", the story "Last Days of Saken", historical sketches "Fire and death", "The facts and arguments", "The victims of terror", sketches about founders of the Kazakh national literature A. Baytursynov, M. Zhumabayev, Zh. Aymautov, M. Dulatov, the poet Sh. Kudayberdiyev and about Bukhar to a zhyra both visible public and politicians. Zh. Bekturov translated into the Kazakh language of the story of L. Panteleev, the novel "Robinson Crusoe" of D. Defoe, certain heads of works of D. Lvovich, Sh. Petefi and others. Historical sketches about Sh. Valikhanov, I. Altynsarin, F. Dostoyevsky. Potanin are published by the separate collection under the name "Alive History". Its historical novel Таңба» in which it is told about Stalin repressions, was published in Kazakhstan publishing house in 1997 shortly before its death. Zh. K. Bekturov told the first in the wide press about the dead in the historical meat grinder of repressions A. Baytursynov, M. Zhumabayev, Zh. Aymautov, etc. In the novel Таңба» , poems, sketches wrote about the years spent by it in Stalin camps about severe tests, lawlessness and cruelty.

Zh.K. Bekturov – the chronicler of a becoming and development of the mine country, its center – Karaganda. The resolution of the government of RK for N 1204 of September 14, 2001 to regional junior library of Karaganda appropriated name Zh.K. Bekturova. On December 12, 2001 the ceremonial opening of a memorial office museum and reading room where the documents having historical value, collected by the writer, a private library, Zh. Bekturov's things are submitted took place.


Buketov Evney Arstanovich


Buketovevney Arstanovich Buketov was born 3 on March (23), 1925 in the aul of Baganaty Oktyabrsky (nowadays Sergeevsky) region of the North Kazakhstan area. Started studying in 1932 in the Makushinsky grain farm of the Chelyabinsk (nowadays Kurgan) area where the father worked as the unskilled worker. After moving home continued study in the district of Maryevka.

In 1941, after the termination of the 9th class, in connection with an illness of the father, Evney Arstanovich was compelled to leave study and to go to work. He began to teach at elementary and inexact high schools in auls of Oktyabrsky district. In 1945 Evney after delivery of external examinations for the 10th class, arrives in Alma-Ata on metallurgical faculty of the Kazakh mining and metallurgical institute. In 1950 the institute was graduated, but study proceeded in postgraduate study.

In 1954 Evney Arstanovich defended the dissertation on competition of an academic degree of Candidate of Technical Sciences. In September, 1956 he was appointed the associate professor of "Metallurgy of light weight and rare metals" of KAZGMI, and in the middle of 1958 - the deputy director of KAZGMI for study. At the beginning of 1960 the president of Academy of Sciences of KAZSSR K. I. Satpayev suggested Evney Arstanovich to head the institute recreated Karaganda chemical металлургичексий. In 1960 he moved to Karaganda where within 12 years E.A.Buketov was the permanent director of institute, being engaged in administrative and scientific activity. In 1967 he defended the dissertation on an academic degree of "Doctor of Engineering" "Extraction of a selenium and tellurium from oddments of copper electrolytes". The same year to it the academic status of professor was given. By seventieth years at it more than thirty inventions made by it in a co-authorship with the pupils are more narrow. In 1970 Evney Arstanovich was elected the corresponding member of SA KAZSSR.

In the middle of March, 1972 he became the first rector of the Karaganda state university. In director’s days of a his talent of the organizer of a large scale revealed. In rather short time the strong material resources of university were created. At the same time Evney Arstanovich was engaged in the favourite work - science, keeping communications with native chemical and metallurgical institute. In 1975 he became the academician of SA KAZSSR.

During this time E.A. Buketov wrote and published, apart from purely scientific works, more than 40 larger and small articles, the sketches devoted to people of science was published in many allied, republican, regional newspapers and magazines, broadcast also to television. In 1980 it left university and returned to native chemical and metallurgical institute. Worked as the senior research associate, the head of laboratory and was engaged in scientific work. The problem of receiving liquid fuel and chemical raw materials from pool coals became its subject. He managed to achieve opening of laboratory on research of low-grade coals, but to work in it was not necessary to it. These years it continued literary creativity. Evney Arstanovich was the great translator, the publicist and the poet, the writer, the public figure, the teacher and the tutor of youth. Its literary heritage makes five volumes. He wrote more than 50 works of art and left about 20 literary translations. Its feather possesses critiques and reviews of the novel "The Awakened Edge" of G. Musrepov, of the performances "Shokan Valikhanov" of S. Mukanov, A. Tazhibayev's "Maira", "Tokash Bokin" of Z.Shashkin and M. Goldblatt, "Yesterday and today" Sh. Kusainov, etc. In the 50th years Evney Arstanovich translated from Russian on the Kazakh language I. Vasilenko's story of "Artemka" (1955), stories and article E. Sol (1956), the novel of the Bulgarian writer I. Vazov "Under a yoke" (1959), V. Mayakovsky's play "Bug" (1957), S. Yesenin's poem "Anna Snegina" (1962) and his many poems.

In the late sixties he writes the publicistic story "Canadian Impressions". During 1970-1982 Bouquets published tens publicistic articles in various republican and regional periodicals, translates V. Mayakovsky's poem "Well", W. Shakespeare's tragedies "Macbeth", "Julius Caesar"

In 1975 the book of its sketches "The person who was born on a camel" in 1977 in Russian the documentary and art book of sketches of "A creativity side" was published in Zhazushy publishing house in the Kazakh language. E. Buketov's essay "Sacred business of Chokan" was published. The story in the Kazakh language "Suspicious Worm" was published in the «Орталык Казакстан» newspaper under a pseudonym Kabiken Arstanov.

On December 3, 1983 Evney Arstanovich Buketov died.

Evney Arstanovich left 9 monographs, 14 monographs of pupils, colleagues appeared under his edition, 242 scientific articles are written to them, about 100 copyright certificates of the USSR are received. The majority of scientific inventions and opening is introduced in production with considerable economic effect, many of them are actual to this day. The part of manuscripts of Evney Arstanovich was published after his death by separate books, thanks to efforts of his brother Hamzabaya Arstanovich Buketov.


Bulkishev Baubek


The spiritual shape of defenders of the Homeland in days of the Great Patriotic War is characterized by publicistic articles of our fellow countryman, military correspondent Baubek Bulkishev.

On the legendary earth of Saryarka on October 20, 1916 in a family of the poor cattle-farmer the son named Baubek derivative of the Kazakh words «Бауыберикболсын», i.e. "let was born he will always be healthy and will long live on light".

Baubek early lost parents. In 1931 he is admitted to school of a factory apprenticeship at copper-smelting plant in the city of Karsakpay, Zhezkazgan area. In the next years, living in Alma-Ata, studies on courses of young writers. Baubek dreamed to become a writer. It had a big talent of the writer. In 22 years he became a journalist, worked in the pioneer newspaper. Then there was a Great Patriotic War: army, front life. Baubek Bulkishev was the young soldier. Gabit Musrepov told: "Splashes are necessary for inquisitive mind – the Great Patriotic War perfected its feather. The talent cannot be silent, when in trouble – the people …". In short intervals between fights Baubek wrote letters, remarkable publicistic letters which enjoyed extraordinary popularity at soldiers and in the back. In cruel 1942 Baubek Bulkishev is actively published in Komosomol Truth and Socialistic Kazakhstan newspapers. He writes in two languages – Russian and Kazakh.

"I want to live?.", "Life belongs to us", "The letter to the son of the East", "Thoughts over the aged card" … - here not the complete list of publicistic articles of Baubek Bulkishev those terrible years. In each of them the confidence in a victory sounded. To Baubek in tens letters responses came to its publications in "Komsomol Truth". The central thought of all these letters was: "You told everything that lay at us on heart …"

The writer Anuar Alimzhanov got acquainted with Baubek Bulkyshev's letters at student's age "These letters excited me - they were as an eternal song to beauty, good and love …". Life was sacred concept for Baubek. In the story "About Life and about Death" he wrote so: "As speak at us in east countries, the person – the guest who came to the world. Stayed for a while a little – if you please, do not disturb, go back …" But after all the person not simply comes to the world and not simply leaves: it leaves behind the thoughts which are given rise by it, it leaves heritage. It comes to the world the Person and the Person leaves …"

In one of poems it wrote: "Stars over Saryarka clearly, that day when they are subdued is also near!" What prophetical words! As this person far saw! What larger poet and the writer it could become. But Baubek gave the life, the talent to Business of rescue of the Homeland from fascist danger.

Baubek Bulkishev did not return from the front. It was lost on February 3, 1944.

Baubek Bulkishev … In its native village remember and honor the fellow countryman. In the school museum it is possible to read in one of albums lovingly the words of the war reporter output by a children's hand: "Younger brothers! You will be the happiest young people what on the earth were known by history. You will not know that such war".

Baubek Bulkishev's star shone in a literary sky not long, but is bright.


Grigoriadi Grigory Femistoklovich


Grigoriadi was born on November 2, 1924 in the city of Batumi.

From a school bench the volunteer left on the front to protect the Homeland from fascist aggressors. With fights it passed from Novorossiysk to Czechoslovakia. In 1944 in one of fights it was seriously injured and after treatment in hospital it was demobilized from army.

Grigory Femistoklovich lived in Temirtau since 1962. Grandiose construction of the Kazakhstan Magnitogorsk, labor feats of builders and metallurgists scarred his poetic creativity. He wrote about the city, about people of work and with a heavy heart about the unlucky days of war imprinted in his consciousness for the rest of life.

Passed on the life and literary experience to young local poets. Long time of G. F. Grigoriadi headed the literary association "Magnet" at the city newspaper "Temirtau worker", gave classes with the beginning writers in a circle at Palace of culture and techniques of metallurgists.

G. F. Grigoriadi was awarded the order Patriotic war ІІ degrees, medals.

One of the main subjects of its poetry - war. It penetrated its poetic vision: even - falling of a star - the poet connected an everyday occurrence with the broken soldier's life. Profound knowledge of trench, military life, sincerity and reliability of the described events - here the clear spring refreshingly feeding Grigory Grigoriadi's poetry. Other important subject of verses of Grigoriadi - love to the woman. Female images in its verses - subject, visibly, are psychologically reliable. The poet the knightly attitude towards the woman, respect for it, as to the person distinguishes, call of duty.

Grigory Femistoklovich, working on verses, it was ruthless to itself. On ten and more options wrote, "doing" verses. To readers its collections of verses are known: "Shooting stars", "Growing", "Notches in memory". G. F. Grigoriadi in 1983 died. The poet, the member of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan, Victor Fetko so writes about G. Grigoriadi: "I do not know what to do when the single friend, moreover, the person who replaced the father dies... But I know for certain: life of this person - a continuous feat, as if grandiloquently these words sounded. It left us the books. Grigoriadi lived, peering into the past, his memory was always strained to a limit. And I am sure - everything who knew this courageous person, or read his books, did not forget about him".


Ebekenov Erkesh Ibrahimovic


Ebekenov Erkesh Ibrahimovic was born on November 7, 1930. Poet, member of the Union of writers of the USSR (1958). Ended KAZSU (1955). In 1955-1975 the manager. department of the regional newspaper "Kokshetau Truth", characteristic correspondent of the «Тын өлкесі»  newspaper, since 1975 in the Karaganda region the journalist of the «Социалистік Қазақстан» newspaper. Author of the collection of verses «Карлығаш» (1958),  «Жас канат» (1959), «Өмір өлмейді» (1961). In the verses printed in the collections «Теміртау толғауы» (1978) «Алау» (1983 г.), «Самғау» (1984) sang of labor feats  the temirtau metallurgists and the Karaganda miners. Winner of an award of the Union of journalists of the USSR (1972).


Eleuov Koshen


The poet Koshen Eleuov was born in 1892 in the Karkaralinsk region of the Karaganda region. National akyn, term of the Union of writers of the USSR. He for many years lived and worked among miners. "Melancholy about Rhodinum («Елге сәлем» )put the first verses in 1916. Poems «Баян», «Ќорқыт», «Бозінген» «Сарыарқаның жігіті» ("Sarbaz Sara Arch"), «Екі дос» (Two friends"), «Қарағанды», etc. are devoted to the past of the Kazakh people and the contemporaries building new life. One of subjects of creativity is work, display of life of workers of Karaganda and Balkhash. In 1943-1961 acted in interregional and republican aytys with famous poets improvisators K. Aynabekov, Zh. Nurmagambetov, I. Mankin, etc. He was the larger expert on folklore and made a big contribution to business of collecting of the best exemplars of the Kazakh folklore. Koshen Eleuov was the member of bureau of regional office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan.


Erubayev Sattar


Sattar Erubayev was born in 1914 in the aul of the Turkestan region of the Southern Kazakhstan area. In 1933 graduated from the Leningrad State university of philosophy, linguistics and history. In Alma-Ata worked in the «Lenin Change» newspaper, then – in «Лениншіл жас». Sattar Erubayev took the fissile part in preparation and carrying out 1 congress of writers of Kazakhstan. In 1934 it was accepted in terms of the Union of writers of the USSR. In 1934 he went to Karaganda for the organization of the newspaper. Worked as the editor «Қарағанды пролетариаты» (nowadays «Орталық Қазақстан»). Work in the newspaper gave the chance more deeply to comprehend a real, to get acquainted with miners and their everyday life, to collect material for future novel "My Contemporaries".

Upon return to Alma-Ata he until the end of the life was the associate professor of the Kazakh literature of the Kazakh teacher training college. On June 2, 1937 the untimely death tore off a career bright, gaining power of talent.

For the short life Sattar Erubayev grew up in the considerable writer and took a worthy place in the Kazakh literature. Narrate ballads "Necklace", "Ballad about Three Miners" about the birth of working class of Karaganda, short stories "Happiness", "Beauty of Life". The novel "My Contemporaries", remained incomplete. The first time it was published in 1939, after death of the writer, and ran into several editions. In the novel pictures of life and work of the youth creating the coal center of Kazakhstan – Karaganda are displayed. In honor of the writer one of streets of Karaganda is called.


Zuyev-Ordynets Mikhail Efimovich


Mikhail Efimovich Zuyev-Ordynets, was born on May 19, 1900 in the handicraftsman-shoemaker's family. Graduated from the Highest initial school. Till 1918 worked as the shallow office employee at the Moscow plants and factories. In August, 1918 entered the volunteer Red Army. It was sent to the 1st Moscow artillery courses of command structure. Upon termination of them, from 1919 to 1921, was at war on fronts of civil war. In 1924 got demobilize from Red Army.

After demobilization worked as the journalist in the district newspaper "Our region" (Vyshny Volochyok). It started being published in 1925, his first stories and sketches were published in the Rezets magazine. Having moved to Leningrad, in 1927 became the head of department of prose of this magazine, and a term of join of proletarian writers "Smithy". In 1930 graduated from the Leningrad institute of history of arts. Before arrest there were adventure and historical stories and novels: "A yellow typhoon", "Disturbers", "A stone belt" (1928); "A desert hum" - the historical novel (1930); "The Treasure of the Black Desert" - the story about sulfur (1933), "The legend on a hail New Kitezh" - the novel (1930), etc. prod. On April 8, 1937 it is arrested by Management of People's Commissariat for Internal Affairs across the Leningrad region and it is accused according to Art. 58-10 of UK RSFSR (anti-Soviet propaganda and promotion).

In punishment the contents in ITL for a period of 10 years is defined. On July 2, 1956 business is stopped behind absence in his actions constitute a crime and Zuyev-Ordynets M. E.  was rehabilitated.

Since 1956 lived in Karaganda. Here are written "Cause 5... 5... 5..." (1961), "the Island of the Sunk Ships" (1963), "Revolt onboard" (1968). The street in Karaganda is called by the name of the writer.


Igensartov Gabdiman


Gabdiman Igensartov was born in the aul of N 3 Temirshinskoy palish of the Karkaralinsk district in 1902 in the farm laborer's family. Began to write verses in the 20th years, the first satirical poem is published in 1930 in the «Екпінді» newspaper of Semipalatinsk. Poetic satires and the poem "White Wheat" were printed on pages of newspapers. In days of the Great Patriotic War became the miner and worked some years the miner. A lot of material for poetic creativity miner's work gave G. Igensartov. There are poems "Life in a Lava", "Word of the Miner". Among them the most considerable is the poem "Life in a Lava" singing of heroic work of the Karaganda miners. In 1962 to it the honorary title "The national poet of Kazakhstan" was given.

In honor of Igesartov G. in Karkaralinsk was called the street.


Lyambekov Sapargali (1936)

Sapargali Lyambekov - was born in 1936 in office Mily-bulak of state farm of Zhambyl of the Karkaralinsky area. The father finished it the life in the war. It was brought up by mother who saw that the son reaches for study. Sapargali was 15 years old when the regional newspaper published the first poem "Songs of Work". Days he without a break stayed in libraries, rummaged in the aged turned yellow filings. Since 1958 the employee, then the manager. department of the regional newspaper «Коммунизм таңы» in Karkaralinsk. In the newspaper its main subject was a history of edge and sketches about fellow countrymen. In 1966 the first documentary story «Арбасу» published by the literary and art magazine «Жұлдыз» was issued. Then – the story «Белдесу» about the karkaralinsk Bolshevik Nygmet Nurmakov. S. Lyambekov was marked out by critics, noticed by readers. The first collection of verses of «Ќарқаралы саздары» ("Karkaralinsk melodies") appeared in 1968.

When life started demanding from newsdealers of new approaches to the modern language, Sapargali in 40 years arrived on a correspondence department of faculty of journalism of KAZSU which finished in 1975. Term of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan. Sapargali Lyambekov – the employee of the regional newspaper of "Karkaraly". In 1995 became the winner of an award of K. Kuzybayev which is awarded to the best journalistic works.

The first book - the novel «Тайталас» ("Fight") was devoted to Ugar Zhanibekov. The second novel "Roads of fathers" about life of shepherds. The main work of the writer – the novel "Tattimbet" about life and works of the Kazakh composer improvisator Tattimbet Kazangapov. The novel published in 1994 was highly appreciated by critics. The writer wrote novels «Тайталас» ("Fight", 1980) about life of the participant of fight for establishment of the Soviet power in Kazakhstan, «Әке жолымен» ("In the footsteps of the father", 1984), «Тағдырментартыс» (2001), «Арыстар» (2000) devoted to destinies of the writers and poets who underwent repressions.


Mogilnitsky Valery Mikhaylovich


Valery Mikhaylovich Mogilnitsky was born in the village Kaskelen of Almaty area. Graduated from the Lvov state university (faculty of journalism) in 1962. From 1963 to 1970 works in Primorsky Krai in the Krasnoye Znamya newspaper (Vladivostok) where studied life and life of fishermen, lived alarms and pleasures of the heroes. The severe land of proud and courageous people became for it the real school of life and creativity. He learned to value work of the grain-grower in Rostov-on-Don where 10 years worked in the regional newspaper and where villagers, grain-growers and cattle breeders became his heroes.

Was the staff reporter of "The Kazakhstan truth" in Zhezkazgan and in Karaganda. He sang the earth of Zhezkazgan, paid a tribute to people of work, to the infinite steppe open spaces. So there was a book "On Satpayev's Earth" in which an attempt to restore reputations of scientists, writers, geologists, singers, artists whose was cast in the lot with history of Kazakhstan is made. From meetings with old residents, devotees of this ancient earth, historians and scientists the book "Saryarka" was born. The author generously shares the supervision, tells about habits of animals, secrets of penetration into secrets of the nature. Like the guide the book contains addresses of sights, legends and legends narrate about the rich past of this edge.

For operating time in journalism Mogilnitsky wrote a number of books: "Alexander Fadeyev's shot", "Lines of love", "Constellation of talents", "Light of a window", "The city in the steppe", "Copper of Zhezkazgan", "Saryarka's Open spaces". Its verses and sketches were published in the magazines "Zhuldyz", "Scope", "Ural Pathfinder", "Moscow", "Far East", "Don", "Peasant". The leading subject in his creativity – repression. In the book "Constellation of Talents" it collected the names which were until recently under a ban: A. Chizhevsky, N. Zabolotsky, V. Kozin, K. Satpayev, N. Kassin, E. Buketov and others.


Mustafin Gabiden


Gabiden Mustafin was born on November 29, 1902 in the Telmanovsky region of the Karaganda region. Gabiden was trained in the diploma at the aul mullah. Then was admitted to factory Russian-Kazakh school where stayed about two years. More it had not to study any more. Having left school, Gabiden from 1918 to 1925 lives in the aul, working at various positions in an aulsoveta.

"In the spring of 1925 I arrived to study to the capital of Kazakhstan - Kzyl-Orda, - G. Mustafin tells. - For study it was not succeeded to arrive therefore and I had to work. Working with registrar of the proceeding and entering papers in the Supreme Court of Kazakhstan, I got a habit to be interested in the newspaper... Since the autumn of 1928 began to write short notes in the newspaper "Enbekshi Kazakh" in the next (1926) year - essays, satires and imitating "Confessions Akbope" Sabit, stories. " The first collection of stories of G. Mustafin was published in 1929 in the city of Kzyl-Orda, under the name "Ер-Шойын", as was the beginning of literary activity. Soon the writer, being more narrow than the author of a number of works, goes to work in one of the Karaganda mines. "At that time there were five-six poorish barracks, there were 30-40 people of workers. Workers used only kayls, coal rose upward in iron buckets. Mine called a well", - the writer remembers.

G. Mustafin works the groundsman, the ancillary worker in the beginning, then within three years seizes a profession of the mechanic and turner. Here he spends some years. This step of the talented prose writer was result of serious thoughts and had enormous impact on his creativity.

In 1938 Mustafin - the responsible secretary of the newspaper «Қарағанды пролетариаты», soon in connection with the basis of the Krasnoye Znamya newspaper was sent to Novosibirsk. In 1938-1940 - the employee of the magazine «Әдебиет майданы»  (nowadays «Жұлдыз»), 1940-1948 the editor of the same magazine.

G. Mustafin stood at the origins of creation of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan, was the chairman of the board (1953-1957), the first secretary (1962-1966). In 1940 its first novel "Life or Death" telling about industrial development of Karaganda and its transformation into the potent coal stokehole was published. In 1942 he wrote the play "Certificate", stories "Captive", "Person Who Did Not Laugh", "The Fallen Rock", "Caravan".

Novels «Чиганак»" (1945), "Millionaire" (1948) are devoted to the great changes happening in auls. The novel "Karaganda" (1952) which became to one of known works of the Kazakh Soviet literature multidimensional, the composite. It is possible to carry novels "After a Storm" (1960) to a time of a creative maturity of G. Mustafin, written with socially – psychological depth, "Eyewitness" (1963) truthfully reflecting composite course of life passed by the senior generation. Novels and stories «Чиганак», "Millionaire", "Karaganda", "After a Storm", "Eyewitness", stories and plays of the writer are part of spiritual wealth of the Kazakh people, are widely known to the reader, are translated into many languages of the world. "After a storm" - the novel of broad social coverage differing in abundance of events, various on scale. In it the multifold art analysis of the most composite period of the updated Kazakhstan - the period of Sovietization of the Kazakh auls in the mid-twenties is given.

S. Kirabayev wrote about G. Mustafin that he "… on the long career witnessed not and the detached onlooker, and the fissile participant of literary process, the fighter for updating of art of the word, one of those who lifted it on tops of art skill".

G. Mustafin's works differ in bright figurativeness, a marksmanship and grace of expressions, wide use of richness of the native language.

G. Mustafin well worked in the field of literary criticism, his most considerable works were included into the collection of articles under the name "Thought Tunes" (1974).


Nurbekov Zhylkibay


Nurbekov Zhylkibay (1920-1948), poet, member of the Union of writers of the USSR (1947). Graduated from the Karaganda teacher's institute (1940). In 1940 — 1944 - the teacher of the Kazakh language and literature at schools of the Shetsky area. In 1945-1948 the literary employee, the head of department of culture of the «Социалистік Қазақстан» newspaper. Author of poems «Отан махаббаты» ("Love for the country", 1945), «Жиырма бес» ("Twenty five", 1945), «Менің қалам» ("My city", 1947). Heroes of books of Zh. Nurbekov - people of work, high moral belief, purposeful in the searches. A number of works of Zh. Nurbekov devoted to miners, having sung of their dedicated work and the miner's profession, the nature of former nomads of Saryarka, her people updating edge rich with a subsoil. The participant of the 1st republican meeting of young writers in Alma-Ata (1947).


Oskin Dmitry Vasilyevich


Oskin Dmitry Vasilyevich was born in the village of Tranovo of the Klepikovsky region of the Ryazan region. Worked as the woodcutter, the fireman at the engine, the bricklayer, the builder. In 1959 arrived on construction of the Kazakhstan Magnitogorsk and remained here forever.

Dmitry Vasilyevich to the smallest details remembered the year 1959 which is so sated with various events. Then, working at building by the bricklayer, he constantly kept the diary, bringing in it all that to the inquisitive fellow it seemed to the most considerable and weighable.

About years of study at Literary institute of name A.M. Gorky Dmitry Vasilyevich kept the most pure feelings and memoirs.

The first book of D. Oskin "I see the sun" left in Young Guard All-Union Leninist Young Communist League Central Committee publishing house in 1964. In 1975 its second book – "The Kazakhstan Magnitogorsk – my cradle" was published. Then there are its stories "I Go to the Brother", "In the House of the Grandfather Uken", the collection of verses and other works. In "Жазушы"(“The writer”) publishing house the book "A man can die but once" in which the author told about the events which took place in 1959 in Temirtau was published.


Pichugin Nikolay Alekseevich


Pichugin Nikolay Alekseevich was born on December 4, 1890 in the city of Kharkov. In 1919 Pichugin leaves service in bank and goes the volunteer to ranks of Red Army, despite release from military service because of the strong myopia. Revolution defined further destiny of the writer. In Army of the Southern front it becomes an employee of the Political Education, and then the journalist in the newspaper of the Second Cavalry - "A red cavalry". Here also its literary activity - began with the writing of verses in which he sought to merge the lyrical and civil beginning. After demobilization in 1921 N. Pichugin lives and works in Kharkov, these years he writes much. In the thirties sketches, stories, N. Pichugin's plays were printed in publishing houses of Kharkov, Kiev, Leningrad.

When the Great Patriotic War began, N. Pichugin was evacuated by the Union of writers of Ukraine to Karaganda where starts cooperating in local newspapers, its articles about problems and achievements of miners of Karaganda often appeared in the press of Kazakhstan and Ukraine. The play "Second East" was the first approach to this subject in dramatic art. Then in 1948 the sketch "S. S. Makarov - the builder of a cutting loading machine" is published, and in 1949 there is a book "Karaganda Sketches", the story "Dawns over the City" was published in the almanac "Kazakhstan" in 1951. Further work on the main subject in dramatic art was the play "Shurkino’s Business".

The strong myopia complicated by glaucoma led Nikolay Alekseevich in 1966 to the total blindness.

In the last decade of the life Pichugin dictated to the wife of the story "Youngs of Revolution" and "Never I will leave...", in 1971 the collection of stories and stories "They Left at Sunrise" was published. Its latest book "The City at Way" (1976) is devoted to Karaganda military and post-war years, to people who found the second homeland in this region. N. Pichugin was one of organizers Karaganda office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan

Teplovoznaya Street in Karaganda is renamed by the decision of executive committee of city council of People's Deputies of July 5, 1989 into Nikolay Pichugin Street.


Satybaldin Kapan


Kapan Satybaldin was born on December 25, 1917 in the settlement of Spassky of copper-smelting plant (the Karkaralinsk region of the Karaganda region). Writer, playwright, publicist. Studied in it is mountain - the production school. Graduated from the Kazakh teacher training college of Abay (1939) scenario faculty of All-Union state institute of cinematography. In the Great Patriotic War – the war correspondent in field army. "Kazakhfilm", in editorial offices of the «Жұлдыз» and «Қазақ әдебиетi» newspapers magazine worked at a film studio. It started being published in 1936 in the newspaper Қарағанды пролетариаты» ( «Орталық Қазақстан»). "I sing the first collection of verses" left in 1938. It was followed by poems "Winged Dream", "Moscow-Volga", "Tears Dripping from the Moon", "Love", "The Solved Riddle". In 1945 wrote the poem "Aliya" devoted to Aliya Moldagulova. K. Satybaldin worked much in the field of dramatic art and film dramatic art. Translated a number of works of foreign writers into the Kazakh language.

In memory of K. Satybaldin  was called the street in the Southeast of Karaganda.


Temirzhanov Allazhar



Temirzhanov Allazhar (1910-1962), poet, member of the Union of writers of the USSR (1937). Graduated from Semipalatinsk veterinary and zootechnical technical school (1930). In 1937-1942 the head of department, the deputy editor of the «Советтік Карағанды» newspaper. In 1942-1944 since 1959 the consultant of the Karaganda interregional office of the Union of writers of Kazakhstan, in 1944 — 1958 characteristic correspondent of the «Социалистік Қазақстан» newspaper. The first collection of verses appeared in 1935 under the name «Екі сый» ("Two gifts"), in 1939 — «Жаз» ("Summer"), in the 40th the poem «Дарын». Fruitfully worked in the field of dramatic art.