This model of the house where Beimbet Maylin was born in the village of Aktobe is recreated from the memory of old-timers.
Today, nothing remains of the walls of the grandmother’s home of the famous writer and public figure in the village named after Maylin.
The model is a mud hut – a small house with clay walls, wooden windows and a wooden door. A shed with a reed roof is located nearby. In front of the house there is a clay oven, near the oven there are young Beimbet Maylin and his grandmother Boydas. Livestock roams around the shed.
Beimbet Maylin lived in this house before studying at the madrasah and later, when he returned to his native village and taught at a rural school.