Awards

About Zulfiya Award

President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev signed the decree "on awarding the State prize named after Zulfiya"on March 4, 2020. This was reported by the press service of the President.

Those who were awarded with the state prize named after Zulfiya will be awarded with diplomas and badges at the festivities held on the occasion of 8 March – International Women's day.

The Ministry of Finance ensures that each of the winners of the State prize named after Zulfiya will be awarded 50 times the amount of the base calculation.

About Zulfiya poetess

Zulfiya (1915-1996) Uzbek poet. The well - known Uzbek poet Zulfiya was born on March 1, 1915 in the city of Tashkent in the family of Israeli blacksmith. From 1922 to 1931 year at school, then between 1931-1934 years the girls studied at the land of knowledge. The poet, who started his labor activity very early, worked in the field of journalism and publishing almost for a lifetime. He worked as an aspirant of the Institute of language and literature in 1935-1938, editor of children's publishing in 1938-1948, Department of public publishing in Uzbekistan, Department of "Saodat" magazine from 1953, from 1953 to 1980, for thirty years, he worked as the Editor - In - Chief of the same magazine. Zulfiya Zulfiya, a talented poet whose famous Uzbek poet Hamid Alimjan's spouse, whose specific poetry has embodied the hearts of thousands of biian readers, died on August 1, 1996.

Zulfiya (pseudonym; full name Zulfiya Israilova) (1915.1.3 — Tashkent — 1996.1.8) - poet, journalist, translator, public figure. People's poet of Uzbekistan (1965). Hero Of Labor (1984). The poet is the wife of Hamid Alimjan. Women's pads. after graduating from the land of knowledge (193144), he entered the in-ti Graduate School of language and literature at the Uzbekistan Academy of Sciences (1935). Then editor in the publishing house of Youth and adolescent literature (1938), Department of the state publishing house of Uzbekistan mudiri (1941— 50), "women and daughters of Uzbekistan" (see "Saadat") jur.da worked as Section mudiri (1950-53), editor-in-chief (1954-85).

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