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Mirsaid Mirshakar


Mirsaid Mirshakar was the son of a farmer, born in the village of Sindev, Pamir, Russian Empire, now Gorno-Badakhshan Autonomous Province, Tajikistan. He graduated from the Central Soviet Party School in Dushanbe in 1930, and his works began to appear in print the same year. He became a member of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union in 1944 and was the People’s Poet of the Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic in 1962.

From 1932–33, Mirshakar served as the editor of the newspaper Sokhtmoni Vakhsh. He wrote narrative poems glorifying historic events in the life of the Tajik people after the 1917 October Revolution. Mirshakar was considered one of the founders of Tajik children’s literature. His writings for children were the subject of the doctoral thesis of literary critic Jonon Bobokalonova.
Mirshakar served as the executive secretary of the Writers’ Union in Tadzhik from 1940–1943 and from 1946–1959. He also served in a number of administrative positions including Chairman of the Supreme Soviet of the Tajik SSR. For his service as a poet, Mirshakar was awarded several state prizes for his works.
Started to print in 1930; his first poems were published in the newspaper “Komsomol Tokikiston” (“Komsomolets of Tajikistan”). The first poem - the Banner of Victory ("Bayraқi Zafar") - was written in 1934. He developed story verses and the epic genre of Tajik Soviet poetry. Victory Banner (1934); "Spring of Youth" (1939); Golden Village (1942); Teacher of love (1945); Tashbek and Gulkubran (1946); The mistake of Bobosafar (1947); My city (1951); The rebellious Panj (1949); Tukhmatshoev (1953); Lenin in the Pamirs (1955); The tragedy of Usmanov (1957); Girlfriends (1961); Love and duty (1962); The look of Lenin (1964); Lazy steppe (1964); Love of the Goryanka (1964); Diary Pages (1975). Collections of poems for children: “We came from the Pamirs” (1939); The Little Dog (1940); The Funny Monkey (1940); "Songs for October".
He also wrote children's books, in particular: Children of India; The Ship of Dreams (1965); The commandment of love (1969); Pearls for Amrita (1970); Days of Youth (1971); Under the blue sky (1974); I love them (1975).
Mirsaid Mirshakar's creativity goes far beyond the boundaries of poetic works. As a screenwriter, he successfully worked in the cinema, his plays were staged in the theater. Public interest, journalism, memoirs and literary articles of Mirshakar aroused no less public interest. He was awarded two Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, two Orders of the Red Banner of Labor, the Order of the Badge of Honor and others.

Esteemed Compatriots! Distinguished Members of Majlisi Milli and Majlisi Namoyandagon of Majlisi Oli! This year I am addressing the supreme legislative body of our country in the truly historic for the glorious people of Tajikistan year - the 30th anniversary of the state independence and freedom of our beloved Motherland. Everybody, including our dear compatriots, honorable members of the Parliament and distinguished participants have witnessed the 2020 as one of the most difficult years for the people of the planet, including Tajikistan from many perspectives. As a result of the spread of the novel coronavirus and the associated rapid decline in economic activity and the unprecedented rise in unemployment, the situation on the planet has become even more complicated, leading to a severe economic, ....>>>


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