A large-scale conference was held in the capital of Turkmenistan with the aim to reveal to the fullest extent the personality of the famous Turkmen commander Muhammad Bayram Khan. Scientists from India, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, China, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Kyrgyzstan were invited to participate in the event.
During the conference it was noted that Turkic peoples, although living in different regions of the world, have a common ethnic and spiritual-historical origin. By interacting, they mutually enrich their cultures.
The speakers shed light on curious facts and episodes from the life and work of the great commander, his philosophical and humanistic beliefs. They emphasized the peculiarities of his creative heritage. It was also told about the socio-political structure of the state, ruled by Bairam Khan - the Empire of the Great Moguls.
As the leader of one of the largest and most powerful state formations in the history of the East, Bairam Khan ruled fairly and impartially, and his tactical and strategic talent allowed him to become a renowned and unique military leader, whom not only his historical homeland, Turkmenistan, but also India is justly proud of.
The creative heritage left by Muhammad to his descendants consists of about 1,000 poems created using various forms of verse composition. More than one third of them were written in Turkmen, and 600 of them were in Farsi. Thus, along with love lyrics, Bairam Khan composed patriotic and "scholarly" poems. The latter were based on his thorough knowledge in various scientific spheres. All the works of the great commander have become an invaluable treasure, both for the people of Turkmenistan and other states of the East Asian region.
Source and photo: turkmenistan.gov.tm