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Turin Polytechnic University in Tashkent hosted a cultural event dedicated to the 687th anniversary of Amir Temur’s birth.

On April 5, a cultural event “Sahibqiran Renaissance in World Civilization” was organized among university and academic lyceum students dedicated to the 687th anniversary of Amir Temur’s birth.

Guest of the event were – people’s Artist of Uzbekistan Tesha Muminov, director of the Republican House of Actors Munira Rakhimova and academic lyceum history teacher Khakimova Sayyora.

The event was opened by the first vice-rector of the university, A. Ashurov, and in his speech, he noted that, on april 9 we celebrate 687th anniversary of the great statesman and entrepreneur Amir Temur, as well as the material and spiritual heritage of Temur and the Timurid dynasty.

Academic lyceum history teacher Khakimova Sayyora gave information about Amir Temur – a great statesman of the Middle Ages, a great general, the founder of a strong, centralized state and patron of science and culture. First of all, he carried out military and most important economic reforms to increase and strengthen the power of his country. Also, Amir Temur paid special attention to the creation of a single state for development, mutual harmony, favorable property and legal conditions for businessmen, especially to the development of trade, and also made great changes in the field of creativity and reached our contemporaries.

The guest of the event, the People’s Artist of Uzbekistan Tesha Muminov, at the beginning of his speech about our great grandfathers, noted that most of the historical cities and beautiful places were created during the period of Amir Temur and the Timurids. Due to national independence, there was an opportunity to deeply understand, study and glorify our perfect ancestors who have their place in the field of world spirituality and enlightenment and the rich spiritual and educational heritage they left behind.

The guest spoke about the work “Temur Tuzuklari” that Amir Temur left as a legacy to us, Amir Temur’s respect and attention to women, glorified them, and read a poem on this topic.

At the end of his speech, T. Mominov addressed the young people and said that they should study the teachings of such great people, analyze them and use them for the benefit of the country in the future.

M. Saparboev, head of the university’s music club, concluded the event with a musical performance about “Motherland”.

The event was very meaningful and interesting.

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