Goloshchekin, appointed to the post of First Secretary of the party’s Krai Committee in 1925, in a letter to I. Stalin outlining the main tasks involved in state-building in Kazakhstan and confirming the commitment of the republic’s leaders to that course, noted that «in all oblasts before the Fifth conference [in December 1925] building was underway, without affecting the auls [nomadic settlements], and aimed at tackling national issues, without concerning class issues within the nation.»
History of any city starts with its old burial grounds and ancient monuments.
It is widely known that our capital bore the name ‘Akmola» till 1998. In wide sense, ‘mola» is a place of purity and faith. There are following folk expressions: «If you lost your way, spend the night near grave», «There is no place for Satan in a burial place’, „Burial ground is a sacred place, but a place without burial ground is callous“, „God is a grave protector“, etc. These expressions clearly explain the role of burial grounds in our history.
The Great Patriotic War was a big challenge not only for the Soviet system, but also for all people. Common spiritual space contributed to the inclusion, but there were no reasons to talk about any moral-political unity of the Soviet society on the eve of war.
The history of the Golden Horde’s dynasty Bek-Sufi was not the subject of the acute stud, mainly the genealogy of Bek-Sufi was discussed.
Over the 200 year-period of persistent searches,
only one foreigner managed to visit mausoleum of Great Khagan.
There is a picture of three archers with a marked male trait and nine men hand in hand in the petroglyphs of Gabaevka village.