The Central District Library of the Municipal Autonomous Culture Institution of the Bizhbulyak Centralized Library System


This project contains information only in the Chuvash language and only on the culture and traditions of the Chuvash living in the territory of the Republic of Bashkortostan.

Anyone can become a member of the studio, learn the skills of blogging, and use them to fall in love with their native language.
As the basic library for servicing the Chuvash population in the Republic of Bashkortostan, the Central District Library in the village of Bizhbulyak provides practical and methodological assistance to libraries of 20 municipal districts and 4 cities of the republic. For the purpose of maintaining, developing and preserving the Chuvash language, national traditions and rites, the Chuvash national culture in the Republic of Bashkortostan, the library staff decided to create a new area for the rural library activity – the blogging community in Chuvash for children and teenagers, promoting the Chuvash language, literature, culture, traditions of the Chuvash people living in the Republic of Bashkortostan.
This project resulted in establishing and developing the blogging area in the Chuvash language “We shoot in Chuvash”. Interesting, modern presentation of materials in their native Chuvash language will attract children and teenagers to shoot lively and fascinating, as well as simultaneously educational videos in Chuvash. And all this done for making their subscribers interested in the culture and history of the Chuvash. For active, inquisitive children, the blog has become a kind of catalyst and generator of ideas. And the content of the blog is life in the broadest sense. This is the children’s circle of interests, their worries, searches, common joys, doubts and discoveries, this is a kind of chronicle. In the studio, children will be able to expand their vocabulary in the native language and significantly broaden their horizons. They will have an additional opportunity for practical application of the literary Chuvash language not only in oral, but also in written speech.