A talented boy Omer lived in the Crimean Khanate, but at school his mentor scolded him for inattention, and his peers mocked him for his dreamy nature. But one day, after a heartfelt prayer, a saz, musical instrument, appeared next to the boy. And suddenly all his words began to form in poems, and poems — into the songs, complemented by a masterful play on the saz. Hence began the path of the famous Crimean Tatar ashyk - a folk singer. Omer will see a half of the world, but everywhere he will carry a coin with the inscription “Kezlev”— in memory of his hometown, now known as Yevpatoria.
Author: Anastasia Levkova
Publishing house: Portal