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An online project “Uly dahla a?yzdary” was presented at the CCS

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Web graphic novels for Kazakh language learners launched in Kazakhstan.

As part of the implementation of the program Ruhani zagyru and the head of state’s article Seven Sides of the Great Steppe , the Foundation continues to implement projects aimed at developing cultural, literary and spiritual achievements of the Kazakh people and launches an online project Uly Akaidzdary a series of webgraphic of the novels Legends of the Great Steppe, said Oksana Loskutova, press secretary of the Foundation of the First President of the Republic of Kazakhstan, at a press conference in the Central Communications Service.

As the speaker said, the project Uly dala akyzdary consists of 2 chapters Seven stories about great love and Great batyrs of the Kazakh land, also contains stories and legends of the Kazakh people, which from time immemorial from generation to generation were transmitted by our ancestors.

All the legends are somehow connected with the spiritual shrines of Kazakhstan, which allows users to learn more about them, said Oksana Loskutova.

Internet users will be able to watch the famous Seven stories about the great love “Kozy Korpesh Bayan Sulu”, “The Rock of Zhumbaktas”, “EnlikKebek Mausoleum”, “Shaitankol”, “Folk Song” KusniKorlan “,” Aisha Bibi Mausoleum “,” Lake Balkhash.

Oksana Loskutova noted that the Qazcomics.kz website and a mobile application in Kazakh, Russian and English were also developed to help language learners.

Source: Central Communications Service of the Ministry of Information and Communications of the Republic of Kazakhstan

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