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Thematic Exhibition Honoring Turkmen Literary Icon Magtymguly Fragi Unveiled in Mary Velayat Museum

Mary City, April 02, 2024, The Europe Today: A captivating thematic exhibition commemorating the legacy of the revered Turkmen poet and philosopher, Magtymguly Fragi, has been inaugurated at the exhibition hall of the Mary Velayat Museum of History and Local Lore.

The exhibition showcases an array of literary works, decorative and applied art pieces, paintings by esteemed artists, and a selection of historical artifacts curated from the museum’s extensive collection, as reported by the Neutral Turkmenistan newspaper.

The unveiling ceremony of the exhibition drew the participation of professionals from the fields of culture and education, alongside students from secondary specialized educational institutions. The diverse exhibits showcased within the hall garnered significant attention and admiration from all attendees.

In conjunction with the exhibition, engaging discussions were held on the life and works of Magtymguly Fragi, shedding light on the influential role played by his father, Dovletmammet Azadi, in shaping his humanistic values from a young age.

Bibisoltan Soegova, Head of the Cultural and Educational Department of the velayat museum, remarked on the enriching discourse that transpired during the exhibition. She highlighted the realization of Magtymguly Fragi’s aspirations for a prosperous future for the Turkmen people following the nation’s independence. Soegova emphasized the revival of ancestral traditions and customs, noting the growing reverence among citizens for the illustrious figures of Turkmen history, including Magtymguly Fragi, Myatadzhi, Seydi, Kemine, Zelili, Mollanepes, and numerous other luminaries whose legacies are intertwined with the centuries-old narrative of the Turkmen people.

The thematic exhibition serves as a poignant tribute to the enduring influence of Magtymguly Fragi’s literary contributions and philosophical insights, fostering a deeper appreciation for Turkmen cultural heritage among visitors.