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In the National library of Uzbekistan opened a book and illustrative exhibition entitled "San’atga payvand kungil" (Soul, inextricably linked with the art)
08.09.2018

September 8, 2018 in the reading room “Uzbekistan”of the National library of Uzbekistan opened a book and illustrative exhibition entitled "San’atga payvand kungil" (the Soul inseparably connected with art), dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the national writer of Uzbekistan, honored worker of arts of Uzbekistan Rakhmat Fayzi. The exhibition presents collections of works of the writer and books about his life and work.

People's writer of Uzbekistan, honored worker of arts of Uzbekistan, a famous Uzbek writer, screenwriter Rakhmat Fayzi (Fayziev Rahmat Fayzievich) was born in 1918 in the city of Tashkent. After graduating from high school, he continued his education in the factory apprenticeship at the Tashkent railway, and after his graduation in the Electromechanical College. In 1937, Rahmat Fayzi went to work in the newspaper "Lenin Uchkuni", a year passes in the newspaper "Yosh leninchi". At various times he works in the Newspapers "Frunzevets "(1943)," Kizil Uzbekistan "(from 1944 to 1951"Council of Uzbekistan"). From 1951 to 1954 — head of the Department of the magazine "Shark Yulduzi". From 1957 to 1959 he was the editor of the newspaper "Uzbekistan madaniyati". In 1962, Rakhmat Fayzi moved to work in the film Studio "Uzbekfilm", where worked until 1965 as editor-in-chief of the editorial Board. From 1965 to 1974 Rakhmat Fayzi holds the post of Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Union of writers of Uzbekistan. Since 1974, Rakhmat Fayzi had been the head of the Uzbek branch of the all-Union Agency for copyright protection.

After the end of the great Patriotic war Rakhmat Fayzi publishes several collections of novels and short stories. Books "Wedding gifts", "Spring came to the desert", "Tellings and stories" were published in 1951, and his collection "Silk curtain" in 1958.

The most famous writer brought the novel "His Majesty the Man" (1969). Shaahmed Shamakhmudov and his wife Bakhri Akhmedova, who adopted 15 children of orphans of different nationalities during the war, were the prototypes of the main characters of the novel Makhkam and Mehriniso. The novel, translated into many languages and published in several countries, gained worldwide fame and received high state awards. He is also the author of the script of the film "You are not an orphan" novel, based on the novel "His Majesty the Man", the film "Where are you, my Zulfiya?" which have made a significant contribution to the development of Uzbek cinema.

The book-illustrative exhibition "San’atga payvand kungil" (the Soul inseparably connected with art), dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the national writer of Uzbekistan, honored worker of arts of Uzbekistan Rakhmat Fayzi, includes such works as "Chulga bahor keldi" (In the desert spring has come), "Birinchi khat" (the First letter), "Hazrati Inson" (His Majesty the Man), "Hayotning tugilgan kuni" (Hayot’s Birthday), "Ta’zim" (Admiration), "Dostlar Mekhri" (Love of friends), "Kishilarimiz kissasi" (the Story of our people), as well as collections of his selected works.

Press service of the national library of Uzbekistan