By Allen J. Frank, Mirkasyim A. Usmanov
This biographical dictionary, in line with a Turkic manuscript compiled in 1912, is key for all these drawn to the Islamic background of important 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 details offers clean insights into the highbrow, political, and non secular lifetime of a zone for which indigenous Islamic assets are nearly unknown. With a old and textological creation, complete English translation, huge notes, and an Arabic-script Turkic textual content.
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Except for B§b§y’s service that he [B¿k-Sult§n] required, he would not enter his [B§b§y’s] small yurt or sit with him. He did not desire anything beyond meat, kumiss and other foodstuffs and he would drink the finest tea. He himself would take the livestock that came from the offerings and the zak§t that people gave, and would sell it in the Chawchak market, and he would come to buy tea. He had a six-cup tea kettle and would put in a brick of tea, steep it, make it pitch-black, and drink it. It was his nature to sit alone, and 50 From 1798 until 1866 many Bashkir communities were enrolled in the BashkirMishar Cossack Host.
When there were listeners who were unfamiliar with his own character, which he had cultivated, he would perform it in a funny manner. Even the khuãba was [performed] in that fashion. Although his share of learning was small, he was a pious and devout person. Every summer they would bring kumiss from the nomads (during the slaughtering season he would invite the important people of the maÈalla) and there was the custom of treating the people of the maÈalla to drink [kumiss]. One time a poor man was there uninvited.
Ism§#Êl Mu’azzin, also the son of AÈmad ^sh§n He held the position of mu’azzin in [Semipalatinsk’s] Stone Mosque for many years and he passed away. 46 General ˆstriyåf Since he held a discussion on Qur’§nic verses and the ÈadÊths, it was considered appropriate for him to be recorded among the scholars. 47 42 The district of Semirech’e was transferred to the authority of the GovernorGeneral of Turkestan in 1882. 43 That is, Jål§y b. t§y, aqsaq§l in Chawchak; cf. Taw§rÊkh-i khamsa-yi sharqÊ, 353.