(1809 Kiyat – 1874 , Khiva) Statesman, poet, historian, translator
After the death in 1829, Muniz Agakhi inherited his post Mirabeau, and held this position until his death , with a break in 1851-1855 . Mirab post was one of the 32 top officials in the Khanate of Khiva and its owners were part of the State Council.
Agakhi had mastered the Persian language as well as Arabic and Turkish. He was well acquainted with classical and contemporary literature in Persian and Turkic languages . He particularly appreciated the creativity of Alisher Navoi.
His sofa (collection of poems) consists of 18,000 hemistichs . Very popular poems Agakhi enjoyed during his lifetime . During the rule of Muhammad Rahim Khan of Khiva Khan II (1864-1910), who wrote under the pseudonym Firuz Agakhi and considers his mentor in poetry , sofa Agakhi was twice published in court lithography.
Agakhi completed the voluminous historical work on the history of Khorezm Firdavs al- Iqbal ( “Garden of prosperity” ) , initiated by his uncle Muniz .
Peru belongs Agakhi transfer nearly 19 works , 18 of which have been translated into Uzbek language from the Persian language , and one – Turkish .
1. Sofa ( Taviz al- ashikin – “Talisman Lovers”).
2 . Riyaz al- Dawla (“The Garden of Happiness”). Contains a history of the reign of Khiva Khan Allah Kuli Khan (1825-1842 gg.)
3 . Jami ‘al – vakiat and Sultani (“Meeting Sultanovs events”). Contains the history of the Khiva Khanate in 1842-1856 gg.
Contribution to world science
Five historical works written Agakhi independently, collectively illustrate the history of Khorezm and Central Asia from 1825 to 1872
Heritage Agakhi actively studied by scientists around the world. The original text of his historical writing Jami al- Sultani vakiat and published in Turkey. In a multi-volume edition of “Encyclopedia of Islam” (« Encyclopedia of Islam” ), there is an article devoted Agakhi.