Aiteke bi monument

Aiteke bi monument was unveiled in Aktobe region. Aiteke bi monument, 7 meters high, is installed at the intersection of three roads at the entrance to the village of Karabutak, the international transport corridor “Western Europe – Western China” in the direction of Kyzylorda and a roundabout in the direction of Kostanay. A bust was erected here for the 350th anniversary of Aiteke bi in 1993. It was conceived to establish a beautiful monument a long time ago. After some thought and consultation, we decided to erect a monument to this at the fork of three roads. Excavation works were carried out on their own by Aktobe road workers, and the monument was made at the expense of sponsors. The monument to the sculptor Ayapbergen Karpykov was beautiful and visual. We can say that this is a gift from the road workers for the 25th anniversary of Independence. In this regard, in order to increase the educational value as a model for the development of youth, through the perpetuation of batyrs, khans and biys alash, we will convey their significance for our independence. Improvement and landscaping of the territory of the monument will begin in spring. A message to the next generations in a capsule will be written on the pedestal of the monument. The stele “25 years of independence of the Republic of Kazakhstan” is installed here. The monument was opened by the akim of Aytekebi district Malimbet Ibraev and a labor veteran, a direct descendant of Ayteke bi Sarsenali Kaltaev. A commemoration dedicated to the ancestor Aiteke bi was arranged and prayers were read. The monument was opened by the akim of Aytekebi district Malimbet Ibraev and a labor veteran, a direct descendant of Ayteke bi Sarsenali Kaltaev. A commemoration dedicated to the ancestor Aiteke bi was arranged and prayers were read. The monument was opened by the akim of Aytekebi district Malimbet Ibraev and a labor veteran, a direct descendant of Ayteke bi Sarsenali Kaltaev. A commemoration dedicated to the ancestor Aiteke bi was arranged and prayers were read.