On October 10, an event titled “One of the greatest scientists of all time” dedicated to the 83rd anniversary of the birth of prominent scientist-orientalist, Doctor of philological sciences, Professor Aida Imanguliyeva was jointly organized by Educational Complex 132-134 and the National Museum of History of Azerbaijan.
Professor Aida Imanguliyeva is the first Azerbaijani female scientist to scientifically substantiate the interaction of Eastern and Western cultures in Azerbaijan. She made a tremendous contribution to the development of Oriental studies in Azerbaijan.
Aida Imanguliyeva graduated from secondary school No. 132 (now Educational Complex 132-134) with a gold medal in 1957. The staff and students of Educational Complex 132-134 are always proud of our outstanding graduate – Professor Aida Imanguliyeva.
Aida khanum’s memory lives on today, her works play the role of a literary and scientific bridge between Azerbaijan and Arab countries in modern times. Her works, scientific monographs, which are repeatedly read, analyzed and researched, translated into different languages, are still relevant today.
Despite her multifaceted creative and social activities, Aida was a prominent orientalist, a talented educator, a sincere, kind, noble person, a beautiful wife, a caring mother, who preserved the delicate spirit of an Eastern woman. In her short but meaningful life, she was able to conquer the pinnacle of science and win the eternal love of those around her.
During the event, a number of lectures were delivered on life and scientific heritage of Professor Aida Imanguliyeva, noting her unique merits with her researches in the field of oriental studies.
Professor Aida Imanguliyeva’s memory lives in the hearts of many people who value her personality and scientific heritage.