Kyrgyzstan National Anthem

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Anthem History

Kyrgyzstan adopted a brand new anthem upon independence in 1992. the words were written by Djamil Sadykov and Eshmambet Kuluev and the music by Nasyr Davlesov and Kalyi Moldobasanov

Anthem Lyrics

Ak möngülüü aska yoolor, talaalar,

Elibizdin zhany menen barabar,

Sansyz kyldym Ala-Toosun mekendep,

Saktap kaldy bizdin ata-babalar!

CHORUS:

Algaí ber, kyrgyz el,

Azattyktyn zholunda,

Örkündöí ber, ösö ber,

Öz tagdyrdyn kolunda!

Baíyrtadan bütkön münöz elime,

Dostoruna daíar dilin berüügö,

Bul yntymak el birdigin shiretip,

Beíkuttuktu beret kyrgyz zherine.

CHORUS


Atkarylyp eldin ümüt, tilegi,

Zhelbiredi erkindiktin zheligi,

Bizge zhetken ata saltyn murasyn,

Yíyk saktap urpaktarga bereli!

CHORUS

Anthem Lyrics English

High mountains, valleys and fields

Are our native, holy land.

Our fathers lived amidst the Ala-Toe,

Always saving their motherland.

CHORUS:

Come on, Kyrgyz people,

Come on to freedom!

Stand up and flourish!

Create your fortune!

We are open for freedom for ages.

Friendship and unity are in our hearts.

the land of Kyrgyzstan, our native state,

Shining in the rays of consent.

CHORUS

Dreams of the people came true,

And the flag of liberty is over us.

The heritage of our fathers we will

Pass to our sons for the benefit of people.

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Kyrgyzstan Flag

Kyrgyzstan Flag

Flag History The flag was adopted on 3 March 1992 at the 8th session of the Jogorku Kenesh (Parliament).

Authors of the flag: E. Aidarbekov, B. Jaichybekov, S. Iptarov, J. Mataev, E. Sydykov.

The word kyrgyz originally meant “red” and red has been the national color from the time immemorial.

Flag Date of Adoption 3 March 1992
Flag Symbolism red field with a yellow sun in the center having 40 rays representing the 40 Kyrgyz tribes; on the obverse side the rays run counterclockwise, on the reverse, clockwise; in the center of the sun is a red ring crossed by two sets of three lines, a stylized representation of the roof of the traditional Kyrgyz yurt. The red background of the flag symbolizes bravery, the son represents peace and wealth, and the tyundyuk - signifies fatherland and the universe in general.

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