There are different owners of nature around us. Someone is open-minded, someone is angry, someone is compassionate, someone is unloving, someone is sincere, someone likes flattery. But there is a category of people with such a nature that they have become the heroes not only of oral gurungs, but also of entire works. One of such heroes is, undoubtedly, Sadriddin Aini’s Kari Ishkamba, who is known for his greed and usury. The image of Ishkamba, whose wealth and possessions occupy not only his eyes, but also his entire consciousness, his views, his attitude to the people around him and the environment in which he lives, makes the reader feel angry, and in most cases, sincerely pity, rather than laughter. evokes feelings.