There are outdated and incorrect traditions, and they need to be changed

Was Karakerey Kabanbai batyr actually buried on the banks of the Nura River? How did batyrs appear on the Kazakh land? Has the very phenomenon of the existence of this class been investigated and fully studied? What national traditions, which were protected by the knights of the Great Steppe and its inhabitants, have we managed to bring to our days, and which of them have become a thing of the past? Can they be revived? We will talk about this and many other things with the keeper of the Kabanbai batyr mausoleum, historian Kamal Abdrakhman.