Khabibrakhman Abdrakhmanovich Abdrakhmanov was born in 1914 in the village of Yangyl, Baltasinsky District, Tatar Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, in the family of a poor peasant. Under the direct impression of the battles against the Japanese samurai on Khalkhin-Gol, H. Rahman wrote an essay "In the War", dedicated to the heroic struggle of the soldiers of the Red Army. In 1930, the young man Khabra graduated from the seven-year school and was sent as a teacher to the Kursabash school of the Sabinsky district; in 1931, wishing to continue his education, he came to Kazan. In the harsh days of the war of the Soviet people against the German fascist invaders, Kh. Rakhman entered the ranks of the Soviet Army and took a direct part in battles. In one of the fierce battles on the Kalinin front, Kh. Rakhman was mortally wounded. He died in November 1942.