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  1. Kyrgyzstan (Cultures of the World) by David C. King, 2006-03-30
  2. Executive Report on Strategies in Kyrgyzstan, 2000 edition (Strategic Planning Series) by The Kyrgyzstan Research Group, The Kyrgyzstan Research Group, 2000-11-02
  3. Winding road: democratization in Kyrgyzstan.: An article from: Harvard International Review by Jason Schmitt, 1997-06-22
  4. KYRGYZSTAN: An entry from Macmillan Reference USA's <i>Countries and Their Cultures</i> by TIFFANY TUTTLE, 2001
  5. Speaker briefing book: A review of the history, culture and economics of Armenia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan & Russia by Ewa Wasilewska, 1994
  6. Regional Change in Kyrgyzstan: Bazaars, Cross-Border Trade and Social Networks by Emil Nasritdinov, Kevin O´Connor, 2010-04-16
  7. Cultures of the World, Group 24
  8. Women in Kyrgyzstan

1. Kyrgyzstan Culture
Kyrgyz Culture At the beginning of mankind, God gave land to every people, according to their talents and personality He distributed fertile valleys, rocky mountains, dry
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"At the beginning of mankind, God gave land to every people, according to their talents and personality He distributed fertile valleys, rocky mountains, dry deserts, forests, and everything the world had to offer. At the end of the distribution, God noticed the Kyrgyz, who had been sleeping at the foot of a tree, when everybody else was fighting for the best part of the world. This carelessness touched God so much in his very heart, that He decided to give him an especially fertile and beautiful part of the world, so he wouldn't have to work too hard to survive." Kyrgyz Legend The Kyrgyz are traditionally Nomads, who originally came from Sibiria and then moved to the south until what today is Kyrgyzstan . The have always been living with cattle, especially sheep and horses from the very beginning were important animals, but also cows and goats are being raised, as well as donkeys for the smallest of the family to ride them. Well, horse-back riding is one of the most important parts of Kyrgyz culture, and a Kyrgyz saying even tells us: "If you would have only one day to live, you should spend at least half of it in the saddle."

2. Culture Of Kyrgyzstan - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Kyrgyzstan has a wide mix of ethnic groups and cultures, with the Kyrgyz being the majority group. In 1992, the population of Kyrgyzstan was estimated as being 52% ethnic Kyrgyz, 22%
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Kyrgyzstan has a wide mix of ethnic groups and cultures, with the Kyrgyz being the majority group. In 1992, the population of Kyrgyzstan was estimated as being 52% ethnic Kyrgyz, 22% Russians Uzbek , 1.9% Tatar 0.5% Ukrainian , and small community of Germans Of some potential political significance are the Uyghurs . That group numbered only about 36,000 in Kyrgyzstan, but about 185,000 lived in neighboring Kazakhstan. The Uyghurs are also the majority population in the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China , whose population is about 24 million, located to the northeast of Kyrgyzstan. It is generally considered that there are 40 Kyrgyz clans . This is symbolized by the 40-rayed yellow sun in the center of the flag of Kyrgyzstan . The lines inside the sun are said to represent a yurt The dominant religion of Kyrgyzstan is Sunni Islam (91%). The Russian population is Russian Orthodox . The main Christian churches are Russian Orthodox and Ukrainian Orthodox Kyrgyzstan is the only former Soviet Central Asian republic to start out with two official languages, in this case

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Nearly everyone in Kyrgyzstan is Muslim, but Islam has sat relatively lightly on the Kyrgyz people. The geographically isolated southern provinces tend to be more conservative
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Nearly everyone in Kyrgyzstan is Muslim, but Islam has sat relatively lightly on the Kyrgyz people. The geographically isolated southern provinces tend to be more conservative and Islamicised than the industrialised, Russified north. Ancient but still important tribal affiliations further reinforce the north-south differences. The Kyrgyz language has not been imposed on non-speakers in Kyrgyzstan (as Uzbek has in Uzbekistan), and the use of Russian persists, especially in the north.
Central Asian literature has traditionally been popularised in the form of songs, poems and stories by itinerant minstrels, called akyn . But the Kyrgyz are also associated with something rather more complex - an entire cycle of oral legends, 20 times longer than the Odyssey, about a hero-of-heroes called Manas.
k y r g y z s t a n The stories are part of a wider, older tradition, but have come to be associated with the Kyrgyz people and culture partly because Soviet scholars 'gave' Manas to them in efforts to create separate cultures for the various Central Asian peoples. Although the oral tradition is pretty much dead, Manas is still a figure for the Kyrgyz to hang their dreams on. Kyrgyzstan has two well-known living authors - Chinghiz Aitmatov and Kazat Akmatov.

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Identification. The name qirqiz or kyrgyz dates back to the eighth century. The Kyrgyz people originated in the Siberian region of the Yenisey Valley and traveled to the area of modern-day Kyrgyzstan in response to pressure from the Mongols. The Kyrgyz people believe that their name means kirkkyz, (forty girls), and that they are descended from forty tribes. Today the majority of Kyrgyz people live in the Kyrgyz Republic, also known as Kyrgyzstan, but there are large populations living in China, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Kyrgyzstan was formerly the Kirghiz Soviet Socialist Republic, or Kirghizia. Location and Geography.

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    CULTURE Nearly everyone in Kyrgyzstan is Muslim, but Islam has sat relatively lightly on the Kyrgyz people. The geographically isolated southern provinces tend to be more conservative and Islamicised than the industrialised, Russified north. Ancient but still important tribal affiliations further reinforce the north-south differences. The Kyrgyz language has not been imposed on non-speakers in Kyrgyzstan (as Uzbek has in Uzbekistan), and the use of Russian persists, especially in the north. Central Asian literature has traditionally been popularised in the form of songs, poems and stories by itinerant minstrels, called akyn. But the Kyrgyz are also associated with something rather more complex - an entire cycle of oral legends, 20 times longer than the Odyssey, about a hero-of-heroes called Manas. The stories are part of a wider, older tradition, but have come to be associated with the Kyrgyz people and culture partly because Soviet scholars 'gave' Manas to them in efforts to create separate cultures for the various Central Asian peoples. Although the oral tradition is pretty much dead, Manas is still a figure for the Kyrgyz to hang their dreams on. Kyrgyzstan has two well-known living authors - Chinghiz Aitmatov and Kazat Akmatov.

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    Kyrgyzstan - Hill Country oasis Kyrgyzstan, also known as the Kyrgyz Republic, is located in northern East Asia. Covering an area of 198,500 square kilometers, its population is 5.04 million people, 65% of whom are Kyrgyz, with others Russian, ethnic Uzbeks, Ukrainians, and other Eastern ethnicities. 70% of the population are muslim. Mandarin is spoken by the Kyrgyz, but Russian is the official language. The currency is the som. The capital is Bishkek (Bishkek).

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    source: allrussian.info.ru The invention of an easily assembled and reassembled house, made of felt, called a yurta, is the most remarkable achievement of the Kyrgyz nomads. A nomad could find shelter in a yurta from summer heat and rain and winter frosts. Today the yurta is popular with chabans (shepherds), who spend their summers in the high pastures (jailoo). The basic rule for erecting a yurta is that the door should always face South or Southeast. The interior of a yurta is divided into functional zones. The "Red Corner" of the yurta is opposite the door where the trunks and chests with the main family valuables are kept. Blankets are also stacked in the same area. The middle of the yurta is occupied by the fire and a low table. The right-hand side of the yurta is the female area and the household utensils and children's things are placed here. The left-hand side is the male part where saddles, bridles and other male items are stored.
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