Alisher Nava’i Birthday, the Father of Uzbek Language
Alisher Nava’i considers the father of the Uzbek Language, he was born on 09th Feb Protected content the city of Herat.
He also was among the key writers who revolutionized the literary use of the Turkic languages. Nava'i wrote and produced 30 works over a period of 30 years, during which Chagatai became accepted as a prestigious and well-respected literary language. Nava'i also wrote in Persian under the pen name Fāni, and, to a lesser degree, in Arabic.
Nava'i's best-known poems are found in his four diwans, or poetry collections, which total roughly 50,000 verses. Each part of the work corresponds to a different period of a person's life:
1. Ghara'ib al-Sighar "Wonders of Childhood"
2. Navadir al-Shabab "Rarities of Youth"
3. Bada'i' al-Wasat "Marvels of Middle Age"
4. Fawa'id al-Kibar "Benefits of Old Age"
METHODICA Uzbek Language School is the first and basic School teaching foreigners.
Methodica was founded in Protected content remains the only popular professional organization conducting Uzbek and Russian language courses in Uzbekistan.
To learn more about Navoi and the history of the Uzbek language, Protected content
inviting us – Only InterNations members - for a Traditional Uzbek lunch along with a presentation about Alisher Nava’i and the history of Uzbek language.
During the presentation, we will have Traditional Uzbek Plov which will be prepared on-site so also, we will have the chance to see how they are cooking.
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