Thorough and perfect study of the history of the material and spiritual culture of the Uzbek people has become one of the most urgent problems of our time. Because the attitude to history, material and spiritual life has changed, our national values have been revived, many of our customs and ceremonies, which have developed over the centuries and have preserved their traditional forms and manifestations, have their own place in life again found a place. Therefore, the information collected as a result of ethnographic research is of great importance in order to write the history of the peoples of Uzbekistan in a correct and popular way, fully using evidence and documentary materials.
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