Download 0.81 Mb.Pdf ko'rish
1, Календар режа 2 семестр18.02., 1, 1, 1918-1945 yillarda Xitoy, boshqaruv pedagogikasi va etikasi, курс ишини бажариш бўйича услубий кўрсатма, axborot xafsizligi test uzb(1), jamoani shakllantirish uslubiyoti, jamoani shakllantirish uslubiyoti, KT mus ish v-21, 9-mavzu boyicha topshiriq, Olimlar, Гули 207-18, волейбол
T R A D I T I O N S A N D C U S T O M S
O F U Z B E K I S TA N .
C U LT U R A L E V E N T S
UNIQUE HABITS AND TRADITIONS
WIDESPREAD CULTURAL EVENTS
SIGNIFICANT COMMON HABITS
The main feature of the Uzbek family is traditionally reverential respect for elders.
Uzbeks usually lives in large families consisting of several generations, therefore,
preference is given to a large houses on the land. Significant place in family life as
element of the hospitality is tea ceremony. Moreover, tea making and pouring it to the
guests is exclusive prerogative of the host. It is common to receive invitations to a
lunch or dinner and be on time. When planning a visit it is advisable to take souvenirs
or sweets for children of the owner of the house. Hand shaking is usually only for the
menfolk. Women and people sitting in the background, greeted by putting right hand
to your heart, and accompanying this gesture with slight tilt of the head. During hand
shaking it is common to ask about health, family, and state of affairs at work and at
home. In rural areas in case of the guests, women usually do not sit at same table
with the men in order not to interfere their conversation. It is not polite to admire the
beauty of the women and pay close attention to them. When entering the living
quarters shoes are taken off. Must take place indicated by the host.
When Uzbekistan gained independence in
1991, it was widely believed that Muslim
fundamentalism would spread across the
region. The expectation was that an Islamic
country long denied freedom of religious
practice would undergo a very rapid increase
in the expression of its dominant faith. In 1994
about more than half of Uzbeks were said to
belong to Islam, though in an official survey
few of that number had any real knowledge of
the religion or knew how to practice it.
The Uzbeks are Sunni Muslims, and they are
considered to be among the most devout
Muslims in all of Central Asia. Thus, about
three-fourths of the population is Muslim.
Slightly less than one-tenth of the population is
Eastern Orthodox Christian, and the remainder
of the people consider themselves nonreligious
or follow other religions.
The most popular holiday for Uzbeks is Nowruz, and it is seemed to be the most historical
one. The main course of the holiday is Sumalak, which should be boiled the whole night.
Navruz is one of the most anticipated public holidays of the year. Celebrations can last for 2-
3 days, although most public events are held on March 21st. Lively folk festivals spill over
into lavishly decorated village streets, while at city fairs every variety of souvenir can be
purchased. In rural areas, traditional sports competitions attract enthusiastic audiences.
Independence day ceremony. Tashkent 2021.
Independence Day in Uzbekistan is regarded as one of the most important
public holidays in the country. On August 31, 1991, the Republic of
Uzbekistan officially declared its independence from the USSR, which by that
time had already collapsed.
Every year, the Silk and Spices Festival is held for 2 days at the end of May month
or the beginning of June. This Festival has usually held in Bukhara City of the silk
road of Uzbekistan.
This festival is celebrated every year to remind the story of caravans to travel
from China to Europe a thousand years ago. During their travel, they had to pass
through Mountains and barren deserts with the loaded silks and spices. When
resting at blooming oases, they meet with masters of pottery, embroidery,
minting, carpet weaving, etc.
Held in Samarkand's Registan square every 2 years since 1997, SharqTaronalari International
Music Festival is one of the largest musical and cultural festivals in Central Asia. This festival
is listed under the UNESCO International Cultural Events List and the most famous event to
represent the heritage of Uzbekistan.
SharqTaronalari means “melodies of the east” and it is held on the open stage of with music
and sound. You can watch the traditional Uzbek clothing and musical instruments during the
Uzbek cuisine is influenced by local agriculture, as in
most nations. There is a great deal of grain farming in
Uzbekistan, so breads and noodles are of importance,
and Uzbek cuisine has been characterized as "noodle-
Uzbekistan's signature dish is palov (plov or osh), a
main course typically made with rice, pieces of meat,
and grated carrots and onions. Oshi Nahor, or Morning
Plov, is served in the early morning (between 6 and 9
am) to large gatherings of guests, typically as part of
an ongoing wedding celebration. Other notable
national dishes include: shurpa (shurva or shorva), a
soup made of large pieces of fatty meat (usually
mutton) and vegetables; norin and lagman, noodle-
based dishes that may be served as a soup or a main
course; manti, chuchvara, and somsa, stuffed pockets
of dough served as an appetizer or a main course.
THANKS FOR ATTENTION!
Download 0.81 Mb.
Do'stlaringiz bilan baham:
Ma'lumotlar bazasi mualliflik huquqi bilan himoyalangan ©fayllar.org 2022
ma'muriyatiga murojaat qiling
ma'muriyatiga murojaat qiling