Culture & Tradition of Uzbekistan – the original culture of the East

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Uzbekistan’s culture, just like its people is vibrant and unique. Also referred as the heart of Central Asia, Uzbekistan is located between the Amu-Darya and Syr-Darya rivers. In this region and known for centuries, hospitality is ranked higher than courage.

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Culture & Tradition of Uzbekistan – the original culture of the East:

Culture & Tradition of Uzbekistan – the original culture of the East Uzbekistan’s culture, just like its people is vibrant and unique. Also referred as the heart of Central Asia, Uzbekistan is located between the Amu-Darya and Syr -Darya rivers. In this region and known for centuries, hospitality is ranked higher than courage. www.flyuzbek.com

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The tea ceremony, one of their traditions is an epitome of Uzbekistan’s hospitality. This ceremony is a ritual filled with grace and shows utmost respect to its guests. A hostess serves tea with a traditional Uzbekistan snack. The tea is poured into a beautiful ceramic cup and then back to the teapot three times. This helps the tea to retain its flavour and build aroma. Only after three times, the tea is poured into a cup and served to the guests. Not just that – the cup is only half filled. The reason is to retain a perfect temperature for the guest to enjoy their drink. www.flyuzbek.com Tea Ceremony

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Local Crafts Uzbekistan has some traditional craft techniques that the local craftsmen practice till today. Be it silk, ceramics, wood and carvings, housewares, metal carvings, carpets or more – each region of Uzbekistan brings in a different flavor to the craft. The craft business relies on tourism for income, providing economic growth in this country. You will get ceramic art, jewellery, embroidered clothes, paintings, wood carvings, local Uzbek dolls and other decorative fabrics in this country. www.flyuzbek.com

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Music Music is part and parcel of everyone’s life in Uzbekistan. The Doira is a traditional percussion instrument made of wood. The Rubab is a stringed bow instrument. The Nay is a wind instrument, its sound similar to a flute. The sunray is Uzbek’s national wind instrument> its shape is in the form of a tube that goes broad at the base and more. However, Makom , the Classical Uzbek music forms a special musical genre and is illustrated by a touching performance. www.flyuzbek.com

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