At the Uzbek State University of World Languages, the Tashkent city council of the Uzbekistan Liberal-Democratic Party has conducted a spiritual enlightenment event entitled “Alisher Navoiy – a great poet, thinker and statesman of the East”.
The event was attended by active members of the youth wing of the party, poets and writes, scholars engaged in studies of Navoiy’s creative work, teachers and students as well as employees of mass media.
During the literary evening devoted to the 576th birth anniversary of the poet, it was said that in the years of independence the good names of Uzbek people’s great ancestors were restored and that a great deal of work had been carried out to deeply study and propagate their rich spiritual heritage. This noble work being continued in a consistent manner in this country raises national morality even more and serves for the harmonious development of the younger generation.
Over many centuries, Alisher Navoiy’s multi-faceted creative work calls for goodness, unity, science and enlightenment and serves as a source of limitless pride for the Uzbek people.
“Alisher Navoiy’s creative heritage is studied by scholars of our country and the world and is being translated into dozens of languages. Scientific works, treatises and brochures are being published. It has already become a spiritual asset of entire humankind,” says a student of the university, Charos Ahmedova.
During the event, speeches were made about the poet’s creative activity and his selfless effort for people’s wellbeing, and Navoiy’s poems were read out.