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Majid Qodiri

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Majid Qodiri
Born  'Abd-ul-Majid-khan son of 'Abd-ul-Qodir-khan October 2, 1886 Tashkent Russian Turkestan (1886-10-02)
Occupation  Scholar, public figure, jadid, publicist, writer, and literary translator
Notable awards  Hero of Labour, 23.03.1923
Died  5 October 1938, Tashkent, Uzbekistan

Majid Qodiri (Kadyrov) ('Abd-ul-Majid-khan, son of 'Abd-ul-Qodir-khan (Kadyrov) (Uzbek: Abdul-Majidxon Qori Abdul-Qodirxon Qori o'g'li), (Uzbek: Majid Qodiriy ,Мажид Қодирий) (October 2, 1886, Qori-Yoghdi Mahalla, Sheyhantahur daha, Tashkent — October 5, 1938, Tashkent) was an Uzbek literary scholar, public figure, and publicist who was the author of the first Uzbek tutorials and textbooks of literature, history, and arithmethi. He was one of the founders of Jadidism in Turkestan.

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