March 6, 2014 at 3.00 PM, the Museum of Islamic Culture of Museum-Reserve "Kazan Kremlin" opens the exhibition "The fate of the nation on fragile shoulders."
The exhibition is devoted to one of the most brilliant pages in the history of the Tatar enlightenment - female education of late XIX - early XX centuries.
The exhibition features photographs, documents , manuscripts and books, reflecting the stages in history of women's education and contribution of Tatar women in the education of Tatar girls. Realities of the time are passed by pictures of buildings, madrassas and mosques , in which there were classes for girls.
Stages of development of the Tatar women's education are shown as by photographs of the founders and benefactors of the most famous schools , madrasas and female students of high schools, and teaching materials and programs, schedules of madrassas. Among them - the madrassas Izh – Bob’e (Vyatka province), in Kazan, school of Lyabiba Khusainova, Magrui Mozaffari , Rabiga and Sagadat Amirkhani, first Tatar grammar school for girls of Fatiha Aitova , in Chistopol school of Fagima Gainutdinova, in Orenburg - school of Fatima Agdamova , and many others. Similar schools for girls were opened in Ufa , Astrakhan, Perm, Tomsk, Simbirsk , Rostov-on- Don, Moscow . The exhibition also presents scientific journals of modern scholars on the Tatar women's education.
Opening of the exhibition on the eve of International Women's Day is timed to the birthday famous teacher and religious figure Mukhlisa Bubi (Nigmatullina). March 6, marks the 145th anniversary of her birth.
The opening ceremony was attended by G. Kamal theater artists, involved in staging the play "Love immortal" ("Ulep yaratty "), dedicated to the activity and life of Mukhlisi Bubi, the press service of the museum informs.