Educational Ideas Of Reformers In Turkestan In The Late 19th - Early 20th Centuries

International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies

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Title Educational Ideas Of Reformers In Turkestan In The Late 19th - Early 20th Centuries
Creator Khakimovna, Kazimova Gulnora
Jadidism, enlighteners, enlightenment, Young Bukharians, reform, Muslim society, new method schools, market relations, ideology, ideological movement, capitalist relations, cognition, emirate, political system, transformation, early period, secular knowle

Description This article reflects the main features of the development of enlightenment in Turkestan. The advanced views of such enlighteners as Ahmad Donish (1827-1897), Sattarkhan Abdulgafarov (1843-1902), Furkat (1858-1909), Berdakh (1827-1900) are reflected. the course of enlightenment, which acquired a certain political connotation at the beginning of the twentieth century, demanded educational reforms, the opening of new-method schools, the creation of theater troupes. study secular sciences, languages of other peoples, etc. The role of such enlighteners as Mahmudhoja Behbudi, Minovar-Kori Abdurashidkhanov, who played a huge role in their educational activities in the development of enlightenment of the Turkestan region, including Uzbekistan, is especially indicated.
Publisher International Journals of Sciences and High Technologies
Date 2021-04-27
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source International Journal of Progressive Sciences and Technologies; Vol 26, No 1 (2021); 185-187
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Kazimova Gulnora Khakimovna

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