Sreshta Tripathi (Destiny Light Speaks) appointed as Co-Ordinator (Public Relations) ot the WNWU

Sreshta Tripathi (Destiny Light Speaks) appointed as Co-Ordinator (Public Relations) ot the WNWU.

She is a author, poet, painter, musician and photographer (Bird Watcher Dream Speculator, DLS), member of the World Nations Writers' Union. She is a graduated in Commerce, Diploma in software and hardware of Computer Science, Specialized in psychology of Special Children Education, Qualified in claims of insurance (general & health), Qualified and certified in movie still photography, Qualified in acting for stage and Movies(Indian) Qualified in musical instruments [flute, tabla(drams) Spanish guitar, piano(western notation)],

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We have tremendous and responsible work: We want to do it with the help of great Writers Unions and Poetic Societies


World Nations Writers'Union, a global organization of poets and writers was establis hed on September 18, 2014 in Kazakhstan. The aim of the organization is to acknowledge the work of the poets and writers in literary fields from the globe and spread a message of peace.

The creator of the idea is Kazakh, a simple poet, songwriter and journalist Dr. Kairat Duissenov Parman. A noble man of literature, the president and founder of this organization, and author of "Temirqazyq." Last year, for the first time, an online contest was organized among poets and writers of the world in honor of the 26th anniversary of Independence of Kazakhstan. We are going to publish for the first time an anthology of the world poets called "Temirqazyq - The Best Poet / Writer of the World 2017, WNWU."

In honor of the 26th anniversary of Kazakhstan, international diplomas were awarded to more than 50 poets and writers from all over the world. The WNWU is aimed at friendship and solidarity among the peoples of the world. With all the strength support of our World Nations Writers'Union members we fight for peace and justice. Our organization is going to publish another online contest this year in honor of the 27th anniversary of Independence of Kazakhstan "Temirqazyq" best poet/writer of the World 2018 WNWU" in at least several international languages ​​of the world: English, Chinese, Spanish, Hindi and Arabic languages. This question will be discussed directly on the official page of the WNWU with all of the esteemed members at the platform of WNWU. We would like to share this tremendous and responsible work with all over the world with the help of great Writers Unions and Poetic Societies.

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Astana - the capital of the Republic of Kazakhstan


The idea of creation of a new, modern capital of Kazakhstan belongs to President Nursultan Nazarbayev. On July 6, 1994, the Supreme Council of the Republic of Kazakhstan decided to move the capital from Almaty to Akmola. On December 10, 1997, the capital was officially transferred to Akmola. In line with the Presidential Decree signed on May 6, 1998 Akmola was renamed into Astana. The new capital was unveiled internationally on June 10, 1998. In 1999, Astana was awarded the title of the City of Peace by UNESCO.

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Akorda – the residence of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan


Sovereign Kazakhstan’s new capital has a unique architectural ensemble in terms of artistic meaning and scale. An important element of the city’s central area is Akorda – the residence of the President of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The residence is a compositional and conceptual centre of the city’s architecture. The key points of Astana’s design axis are: “Khan Shatyr” – “Bayterek” – “Akorda” – “The Palace of Peace and Accord” – “Kazak Eli”.

This composition visually embodies the ideas of preserving the continuity of the Great steppes’ traditions, promotion of Eurasian culture of tolerance and creation of strong Kazakhstan that aspires to achieve heights of the modern world civilization.

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Wikipedia: What is written about Kazakh writers and poets?

Abai Qunanbaiuli

Abay (Ibrahim) Qunanbayuli (Kazakh: Абай (Ибраһим) Құнанбайұлы (info)) (August 10, 1845 – July 6, 1904) was a great Kazakh poet, composer and philosopher. He was also a cultural reformer toward European and Russian cultures on the basis of enlightened Islam.

Early life and education

Abay was born in what is today the selo of Karauyl, in Abay District, East Kazakhstan Province; the son of Qunanbay and Uljan, Qunanbay's second wife, they named him Ibrahim, but because of his brightness, he soon was given the nickname "Abay" (meaning "careful"), a name that stuck for the rest of his life.

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