Member of the R.Suleimenov Institute of Oriental Studies M.Abusseitova presented a number of artifacts and materials brought by Kazakhstani historians from the foreign archives at the 3rd session of the inter-ministerial task force for studying the national history.
Prince Ananda, Khubilai Khan's grandson, converts to Islam, Jami al-tawarikh, Mongolian school, 1590-1595, Rampur, India.
Shamans tell fortunes to Ghazan Khan’s son Arghun, Jami al-tawarikh, Mongolian school, 1590-1595, Rampur, India.
Miniature painting of religious preachers (Buddhism, Shamanism, Islam, Sufism) “Qalandar dervishes on the way to Multan”, Jami al-tawarikh, Mongolian school, 1590-1595, Rampur, India.
Abul Khair Khan’s accession to the throne, “Tarikh-i-Hani Abul Khair”, Mawarannahr, 1541, London, British library.
As earlier reported, Kazakhstani historians have made working trips to foreign countries to study archive materials about the history of Kazakhstan within the framework of “People in Flow of History” Program№
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