Articles by Bulat Sarsenbayev

Delhi Mamluk Sultans 500 years of Uninterrupted Turkic Era

Historically, Central Asia and India interacted more than 2,000 years ago. Thus, the establishment of the power of nomadic Khans in the Central Asian region, and later in a number of neighboring countries and the constant threat of invasions of India played a significant role in consolidating the Delhi Sultanate formed here at the beginning…

King of the Kushan dynasty Kanishka

The Kushan state was formed in Central Asia at the turn of our era. At the beginning of the 1st century, a significant part of the territories of Central Asia was united into the system of the vast Kushan Kingdom, which further extended its power to then-North India, today’s East Turkestan and Afghanistan. The world…

Muhammad Haidar Dughlat, a representative of first generation of Great Mughals

Central Asia is known as a crossroads of various cultures, as a land of coexistence of civilisations. The ideas and artistic craftsmanship of its peoples have always influenced other parts of the world, including India. Historical cultural ties between Central Asia and India originated in the distant past. Despite the mountains separating these territories, a…

Kazakhstan and India move toward new horizons of cooperation

As is well-known, India is the most populous democracy and the sixth largest economy in the world with a GDP of 2.69 trillion. U.S. analysts predict India, currently the world’s sixth largest economy, could become the third largest by 2025. The Indian Government is implementing programmes to stimulate economic development, including improving public administration and…

New Astana-Delhi flight will assist Astana’s development as transit hub in centre of Eurasia

“India had never been a far-off country for the Kazakh people. Historical and geographic proximity gave us the opportunity to closely follow events in the Indian peninsula and democratic transformations taking place there found a vivid response in the hearts of the people of Kazakhstan” (Nursultan Nazarbayev, Delhi, February 1992) I am very glad to…