Nuri Gazizovich Arslanov was born on September 19, 1912. Tatar Soviet poet, translator, laureate of the G. Tukay Prize of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The poems "Love", "Russian Girl" and "Daughter of the Storm" are considered milestones in the formation of this genre of Tatar literature. Since the 1960s, the leading place in Arslanov's work has been occupied by philosophical lyrics, which were included in collections of poems ("White Dawns", 1967), ("My Volga - my native side", 1982), etc.
Nuri Arslanov translated into Tatar the works of O. Khayyam, A. S. Pushkin, M. Yu. Lermontov, J. Byron, I. V. Goethe and others.
For his services in the field of literature, he was awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor (1957), the Order of the Red Banner of Labor (1971) and Friendship of Peoples (1982).
He died on April 12, 1991.