Abdumalik Bahori

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Abdumalik Bahori (Tajik: Абдумалик Баҳорӣ, March 1927 Leninabad, USSR - 3 December 2010, Dushanbe, Tajikistan) was children's poet and the first Tajikistani fiction writer. He was born into a middle-class family who worked in the field of silk producing industry. He graduated Leninabad Pedagogical Institute known Khujand State University in 1946.

Bahori was a writer who predicted cell phones and possible cloning of human.[1]

  • Dili beqaror - Дили беқарор 1962
  • Qarzi juragi - Қарзи ҷӯрагӣ
  • Ajoiboit Nodar - Аҷоиботи Нодар 1972
  • Sunbula - Сунбула 1974


  1. ^ http://www.ozodi.org/content/article/2238187.html Даргузашти нависандаи фантаст Абдумалик Баҳорӣ - RFERL 03.12.2010

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