Hajji Dubin Abdulla İbrahim ulı (Tatar Cyrillic: Дубин Абдулла Ибраһим улы; Russian: Ду́бин Абдулла́ Ибраги́мович, Dubin Abdulla Ibragimovich; born March 26, 1941) was a Tatar television and radio newsreader, and currently he is an ethnographer.
Ğabdulla Tuqay (April 26 1886 - April 15 1913) was a Tatar poet, a classic of the Tatar literature, a critic and a publisher. Tuqay is often referred as the founder of the modern Tatar literature and the modern Tatar literary language, which replaced Old Tatar language in literature.
Abdurresid Ibrahim (Turkish: Abdürreşid İbrahim 1857, Tara, Tobolsk Governorate - 1944) was a Russia-born Tatar Muslim ulama, journalist, and traveller who initiated a movement in the first decade of the 20th century to unite the Crimean Tatars. He visited Japan in Meiji period and became the first imam of Tokyo Camii (Tokyo Mosque).
Ğäliäsğar Ğäliäkbär ulı Kamaletdinov (Tatar: Галиәсгар Галиәкбәр улы Камалетдинов) aka Ğäliäsğar Kamal (Tatar: Галиәсгар Камал Russian: Галиаскар Камал, Galiaskar Kamal) is a Tatar writer, dramatist and playwright. Galiaskar Kamal Tatar Academic Theatre is named after him.
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