Things to Know about Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan Flag Kazakhstan is also known as the Republic of Kazakhstan (Қазақстан Республикасы). It is the ninth largest country in the world. It is a Muslim country. It is bordered by Russia to the north, Ganchin to the east, Kyrgyzstan to the south, Uzbekistan, the Ottoman Sea and Russia to the west.

The current capital is Nur Sultan (known as Astana). The largest city in the country is called Alamati. The main ethnic group here is the Turkic people of Kazakh origin. Kazakh is a Turkish word meaning wonder and Kazakhstan means land of wonder.

The Root of Economy

The country is far ahead in terms of economy. The country's president thinks that if they improve their education system, they will go much further economically. In their opinion, a country must enjoy the benefits of special investment in the education, skills and abilities of the people.

Education should be identified as an economic investment, not a social expense. This reality has been realized by many developed countries of the world a long time ago and they are continuing to work accordingly. But Kazakhstan, even though it is late, has realized that this is good news for the people of that country. So they have taken education as the root of the economy. The name of the country's currency is tenge.


This country population is approximate 17,563,300. The density of country is 5.94 sq. km. Total approximate income is $497 billion and per capital income $26,929.


Politics in Kazakhstan takes place in the framework of a presidential republic. The president is the head of state. The head of government is nominated by the President. The executive power of the state is vested in the government. The power to make laws is vested in both the government and the bicameral legislature.

Geography Kazakhstan has a total area of 2.8 million square kilometers (1.05 million square miles), making it the ninth largest country in the world. Kazakhstan is the largest landlocked country in the world. Its size is equivalent to the size of Western Europe.


As 80 percent of the Muslims and 20 percent of other religions, they are seen celebrating religious festivals. Other religions recognize their festivals. The country's national days are also celebrated. People of their respective religions observe their festival with great joy.