Karim Khusainovich Amirov was born on September 30, 1896, in the village of Bul-Kaipanovo, Tatyshlinsky district, Bashkortostan. Tatar writer, poet and playwright. Since the 1930s, Karim Amiri wrote mainly for children. During the Great Patriotic War, his collection of poems "Krush Kyrlary" ("Songs of the Struggle") was published. In 1939, the poet was admitted to the Writers' Union of the USSR. Educated in a madrasah in Ufa, after graduation he taught children in the villages of the Penza province. Later, in 1918, she came to Kazan, where he combined work as a teacher with the service of a proofreader in various publishing houses. In 1929-1932, Karim Amiri served in the newspapers of the Ural and Kuzbass workers. Amiri died on January 28, 1962, in Kazan.