You can fool some of the people all of the time, and all of the people some of the time, but you can not fool all of the people all of the time.
“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”__________________________ Gandhi
Ali Şir Nevâyî - Nizām-al-Din ʿAlī-Shīr Herawī (Chagatai/Persian: (9 February 1441 – 3 January 1501) was a Central Asian politician, mystic, linguist, painter, and poet of Uyghur origin who was born and lived in Herat. He is generally known by his pen name Navā'ī (Persian: نوایی, meaning "the weeper"). Because of his distinguished Chagatai (Middle Turkic) poetry, he is considered by many throughout the Turkic-speaking world to be the founder of early Turkic literature.one of his most works was his last, Muhakamat al-Lughatayn ("Judgment between the Two Languages"), completed in December 1499. He compared Turkish to Persian for literary purposes, and defended this belief in his work. It was the writer’s last definitive statement on the subject dearest to his heart; the Muhakamat acted as the author's last will and testament. Repeatedly, Nava'i emphasizes his belief in the richness, precision and malleability of Turkic vocabulary as well as Persian.
'Printirlash' Toghrisida' ( On Print)
Although Uyghur derivational affixes are used to form a new words using verb ‘print’ in English , but not necessarily adapted to the syntactic category of the target language , it is misapprehended and misled the meaning of the base and direct to the confusion in understanding and as the equivalent exist in the Uyghur.
Bizning yer jay namlirimiz (Our Geographical Names )
Brief introduction about some of our geographical names from Kashgar to Tashkorgan County on the Karakorom Highwayand its linguistic background. ( In Uyghur )