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The process of transformation in material culture and household handicraft of kungirot people of southern Uzbekistan

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Murtoz Usmonov
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Social Sciences and Humanities
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The southern territory of Uzbekistan is a kind of "ethnographic oasis", since it is here that one can observe the fusion of different cultures, economic way of life, national traditions inherent in different nations and ethnographic groups, in other words - a symbiosis of ethno-cultural traditions. In the formation of such a fusion of several predominant values of features peculiar to Kungrats, which are one of the major subethnic components of the Uzbek people. In particular, such mental features of the Uzbek people as straightforwardness, hospitality, tolerance, unity of word and deed, concreteness and laconism in behavior are intertwined with love for fervent music and dances, which is clearly manifested in the daily lifestyle and culture of the region's Kungrates. The study of this topic allows one to comprehensively analyze the many ethno-cultural manifestations inherent in the Uzbek people, the historical foundations, genesis, stages in the development of customs and rituals, and their transformation under the influence of socio-political and cultural processes. The southern territory of Uzbekistan is a kind of "ethnographic oasis", since it is here that one can observe the fusion of different cultures, economic way of life, national traditions inherent in different nations and ethnographic groups, in other words - a symbiosis of ethno-cultural traditions. In the formation of such a fusion of several predominant values of features peculiar to Kungrats, which are one of the major subethnic components of the Uzbek people. In particular, such mental features of the Uzbek people as straightforwardness, hospitality, tolerance, unity of word and deed, concreteness and laconism in behavior are intertwined with love for fervent music and dances, which is clearly manifested in the daily lifestyle and culture of the region's Kungrates. The study of this topic allows one to comprehensively analyze the many ethno-cultural manifestations inherent in the Uzbek people, the historical foundations, genesis, stages in the development of customs and rituals, and their transformation under the influence of socio-political and cultural processes.

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