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          Letter from Bishkek: Soviet utopia meets postmodern charm in Kyrgyzstan’s garden city capital      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The modernist gem of Soviet Central Asia, Bishkek was once the site of radical utopian experiments. Where does it go now?

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          Illuminating the Lives of Chingiz Aitmatov and Azamat Altay, Kyrgyzstan’s Beacons      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Aitmatov and Altay are “beacons to guide those willing to bear a price to be free.”
          Набор монет Кыргызстан 10 сом 2007      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

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          Partial Solar Eclipse on Aug 11, not visible in India      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A partial Solar Eclipse, the last among five eclipses in 2018, will occur on Saturday which will not be visible in India.Planetary Society India Founder and Director N Sri Raghunandan Kumar on Friday said in 2018, a total Lunar Eclipse was occurred on January 31, Partial Solar Eclipses on February 16 and on July 13, Total Lunar Eclipse on July 27/28 and Partial Solar Eclipse on August 11.Mr Kumar, however, said among the five Eclipses, only two eclipses (Lunar) were visible from India this year. The August 11 Partial Solar Eclipse similar to other Solar Eclipses of 2018 will not be visible in India.He said the Partial Solar eclipse tomorrow starts at 13:32 hours and end at 17:00 hours as Per Indian Standard Time (IST) but its visible only in the region covering Northernmost Canada, Greenland, Iceland, Northernmost tip of British Isles, most of Scandanavia, Svalbard, most of Russia, most of Kazakhstan, most of Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia and most of China.To a question on whether Is Saturday Eclipse visible in Total anywhere on Earth? .....This Eclipse is Partial Solar Eclipse and hence only Eclipse in Partial Phases is visible in the places mentioned above, the Planetary Society India Director said.Mr Kumar said the last Solar Eclipse is visible in India on March 9 2016 which was a partial one.The Next Solar Eclipse visible in India will occur on December 26, 2019 which again will be visible partially across the contry, he added.When asked to explain in common man language how and why August 11 Eclipse is not visible In India ?, he said the Solar Eclipse occurs when Moon comes between Earth and Sun such a way that ..shadow of Moon falls on Earth..But Moon Shadow during solar eclipse will not fall at all places at a time on Earth..as Moon, Earth are Moving across Sun..so would the shadow of Moon..travels across face of earth from point a to point b.Hence India is not in the path of Moon shadow on on August 11, 2018 so Eclipse is not visible here,Mr Kumar explained.UNI CS 1631
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          Kojomkul Memorial in Kojomkul, Kyrgyzstan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Kojomkul Memorial.

Kojomkul was a 7-and-a-half-foot tall Kyrgyz giant that weighed over 350 pounds and was reportedly able to lift and carry a full-grown horse. Born in 1889 in a small village called Suusamyr, he became a sensation of his time by winning each and every wrestling and strength competition along the Silk Road.

Kojomkul’s fame actually went beyond the borders of Kyrgyzstan, when, as part of the Russian Empire Team, he participated in the Beijing Olympics, winning a silver and bronze medal in Greco-Roman wrestling. In another demonstration of his incredible strength, he reputedly once lifted a 1,500-pound boulder. 

Feats of strength aside, Kojomkul’s many good deeds earned him a "gentle giant" reputation. He gained widespread respect for donating sheep and horses won in competitions to villagers in need, which would explain why after his death in 1955, the village was eventually named after him. A small museum in town houses a collection of Kojomkul’s belongings and some pictures of him lifting heavy weights. 

At the outskirts of Kojomkul village is an unusual monument dedicated to the memory of Kojomkul the hero. It consists of a mud building in the shape of a yurt covered by a rickety wooden shelter. Sightings of these wooden shelters are not uncommon, but they are usually no bigger than an average umbrella and are fixed in tombstones, whereas the one in Kojomkul is much larger, and it encompasses the whole mud-yurt. Along one of the poles radiating from the sustaining pillar, people have tied several cloths as a tribute to Kojomkul’s superhuman strength.


          Eki-Naryn Forest Swastika in Tash-Bashat, Kyrgyzstan      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Eki-Naryn Forest Swastika.

On the hillside outside of the village of Tash-Bashat grows a forest obviously shaped by a human hand. Even though it's mirrored and some of the arms are incomplete, it's still an unmistakable symbol.

The origins of this forest swastika, which measures nearly 600 feet across, are unclear. As such, legends about its creation abound.

One theory is that German prisoners of war planted the trees while in captivity after World War II. However, there’s no evidence to support this, despite the fact that 1.3 million German soldiers went missing within the Soviet Union and were forced to do labor. Locals living in the area claim that only Kyrgyz planters worked there and that the forest was planted in the ‘40s or ‘50s.

Another theory is that the trees were planted in the 1940s by Kyrgyz workers under the instruction of a German Nazi sympathizer who had been exiled to Kyrgyzstan during the war. Others say that the trees were planted right after Stalin's death in 1953, and still more claim they were planted in the ‘30s to symbolize the Soviet-German friendship at the time.

There are even those claiming that the symbol is completely unrelated to World War II. This theory says the forest takes the shape of an ancient Hindu symbol used long before the Nazis came into power. But this proposal is clearly flawed, as the trees were planted sometime in the mid-20th century after the Nazis had already corrupted the symbol’s meaning within popular culture.

Whatever the background of the Eki-Naryn forest swastika is, it keeps reminding people of the horrors of the 20th century and probably will as long as it exists.




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