Asrlar Sadosi 2013 Festival of Traditional Culture will be held in Navoi region of Uzbekistan at Sarmishsay Gorge

Asrlar Sadosi 2013 Festival of Traditional Culture will be held in Navoi region of Uzbekistan at Sarmishsay Gorge

On a 4th and 5th of May in Uzbekistan for the sixth time will be held one of the greatest events in the country and throughout Central Asia - Festival of Traditional Culture "Asrlar sadosi" (Echo of Centuries), which presents the diversity of national traditions and customs, arts and crafts, ethnic cuisine, unique oral and intangible heritage of Uzbekistan. The organizer of the festival is the "Forum of Culture and Art of Uzbekistan" and UNESCO Office in Tashkent.

Every year "Asrlar sadosi" takes place in different regions of Uzbekistan at places as historical monuments of cultural, architectural and ethnical heritage. For 5 years, guests of the festival were about 200 thousand people, among of them - a variety of specialists, scientists, international guests.

The agenda of the Asrlar Sadosi Festival in Uzbekistan includes competitions of folklore bands, folk tellers - bakhshi, traditional art-concerts and shows, national dress fashion shows that take place on open-air stages. The Festival presents also folk games, kupkari (Uzbek horse sport), demonstrative fights of kurash wrestlers, cock fights and performances of rope-walkers - darboz`s, competition of Uzbek national cuisine by the best chefs - oshpaz from different parts of the country.

This year the Festival of Traditional Culture "Asrlar Sadosi" (Echo of Centuries) will be held in Navoi region of Uzbekistan at Sarmishsay Gorge. Despite the fact that the regional center of Navoi - a very young city, the area itself is rich in historical monuments, such as mausoleums of X-XVI centuries, the ruins of a caravanserai Rabat Malik (XI cent.) ancient petroglyphs in the mountains of Sarmishsay Gorge where festival will take place, and the only ruins of a medieval fortress of Alexander the Great out of 12 which were in Central Asia.

Members and guests of "Asrlar sadosi 2013" will have a unique opportunity to see the ancient petroglyphs at Sarmyshsay Gorge. Sarmyshsay - a unique place of petroglyphs of antiquity - the famous petroglyphs of Sarmyshsaya gorge that contains a thousand petroglyphs and other archaeological sites. Currently Sarmyshsay gorge and its surroundings revealed more than 10,000 petroglyphs. On the rocks are carved human figures, their hunting and military weapons, clothing and household items. Along with them, vividly shows images of different animals, some of which are gone and does not occur on the territory of our country any longer. On the rocks shattered the images of a mountain goat, wild sheep, bison, primeval ox, wild horse, also well recognized predators - wolf, lion, leopard, leopard, cheetah and many others.

Asrlar Sadosi Festival is accompanied by the exhibition-fair of applied arts, where the best masters of ceramics, embossing, embroidery, miniature, textile and woodworking, national puppet makers and other artists demonstrate their works and the process of creating them.

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