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The monument of monumental art to a public figure, writer Sabyr Sharipov (1882 - 1942) was erected on Vinogradov Street (Karasay Batyr), corner of Seifullin Avenue in 1980 in the Almaly district. The bronze bust of Sabyr Sharipov was made according to the model of the sculptor P.I. Shorokhov and mounted on a granite pedestal (architect E.I. Tsoi).
A prismatic stele of complex shape is mounted on a stylobate from rectangular granite blocks. The surface of the main unit is polished. The bronze bust of the writer is tinted with black paint. On the front side of the pedestal, a relief text is cut down: "Sa¬byr Sharipov."
The height of the monument is 3.8 meters. Sabyr Sharipov (real name - Muhammedsabyr Sharifovich Davletshin) (July 7, 1882, Yelabuga Uyezd, Vyatka Province - July 17, 1942, Moscow) - Tatar Soviet writer, public figure, fighter for the establishment of Soviet power in Kazakhstan.
Born on July 7, 1882 in the village of Varzi, Yelabuga district, Vyatka province (now Agryz district of the Republic of Tatarstan). By nationality - Tatar. He graduated from the madrasah. At 16, he left his native village in Yelabuga, then to Pavlodar.
In 1998 - 1903 he studied at the Pavlodar agricultural boarding school. In 1904-1916 he worked as a teacher in Bayan-Aul schools, near Atbasar, as a carpenter, warehouse manager, translator, and clerk in local authorities of Akmola and Kokchetav Uyezd.
During the February Revolution of 1917 he was in Kokchetav, in the same year he was admitted to the RSDLP, some time later he was elected secretary of the Kokchetav Social Democratic Group, then he participated in the establishment of Soviet power in Siberia, Turkestan, Kokchetav, Petropavlovsk.
In 1919, he worked as chairman of the Atbasar Uyezd Revolutionary Committee, in 1921 - 1924 - Deputy Chairman, Chairman of the Akmola Provincial Executive Committee, in 1928 - 1932 - Deputy Managing Trust "Embaneft" in Moscow, in 1932 - 1934 - Director Inspector of the Soviet-Iranian Joint-Stock Company Venir-Khurian Limited, in 1934-1935 - the representative of the People's Commissar for Foreign Trade of the USSR in South Kazakhstan.
In 1935-1937 - the senior researcher at the Institute of Party History at the Central Committee of the Communist Party of Kazakhstan, in 1938 - 1941 - the director of the institutions of side drilling in Kulsary and Dossor, geological exploration offices of the Embaneft trust.
The first work of Sabyr Sharipov - the story "Altybasar" (1918 - 1919) was published in the Kazakh language in 1923 - 1924 in the magazine "Kyzyl Kazakhstan". It shows the pre-revolutionary life, customs and traditions of the Kazakh people, the relations of workers of different nations, their position in society, the futility of nomadic life, a call for sedentary life, the need to engage in agriculture.
The story "Lawlessness" (1921 - 1935) is devoted to the description of the class struggle, the development of capitalist relations in the Kazakh steppe, the suffering of the working people. The Iranian period was full of active efforts to strengthen friendship and economic ties with neighboring peoples.
The story “Ruzi Iran” (1935) is dedicated to the life of the Iranian people, Soviet emigrants who left for Iran in search of a better life. The second story about Iran - “Lyaila” (1937) describes the love of two young people, which became a symbol of the liberation struggle.
The story "Bekbolat" (1937) is based on historical events, the prototype of Bekbolat was the national hero of the Kazakh people Amangeldy Imanov, the leader of the national liberation movement of 1916. Peru Sabyra Sharipova also owns the stories “Leech” (1929), “Exit to the City” (1929), “Lake of Erden” (1929), “Kamen” (1935), “Zhaubasar” (1937), and art essays “Dog Skin” (1936), “On the Eve of the Rebellion” (1936), “Mass Rebellion” (1936), “Alabas” (1936), “Alban-Bugy” (1936), “The Secret of Orys-uly” (1937) and others.

Kazakh Soviet Encyclopedia, 1983 3. Set of monuments of history and culture of the city of Almaty Ch. Editor B. G. Ayagan, 2006.

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