A ritual is a religious service or other ceremony which involves a series of actions performed in a fixed order. They are everywhere and also in Kyrgyzstan. In this article we would like to inform you about the rituals. While having tours you will learn more from our guides. On request you can take a car rent.

The history of rituals is related to the period of Turkic tribes and nomad's style life. The birth of a child was considered by the Kyrgyz to be the most important and joyful event in the life of the family and clan. He was blessed for a long and happy life by gray-bearded elders, wise with experience and having great respect among the villagers, elderly women. A child in the family is a continuation of the family and its traditions, it is a symbol of the immortality of the people.

On the occasion of the birth of the baby, there was a whole series of actions filled with unusual joy. These are "suyunchu" - an alert, in order to receive a gift for the message of happy news, "korunduk" - gifts for the right to see the newborn for the first time," zhentek "or" beshik toy " - a feast that is arranged in honor of the newborn to all relatives. When the child began to take the first independent steps, they arranged a festival "tushoo kesuu" - rites dedicated to the first steps of the child. To do this, the child was taken out and placed in front of the yurt, having tied his legs with a thread woven from two thin woolen threads. Moreover, the threads must have been white and black colors.

The next celebration is wedding which involves nike kyiuu (ceremony in Muslim religion) and kyz uzatuu (ceremony where the girl is in the main stage). Also some decades ago kyz uzatuu (kidnapping) was popular, but now it is forbidden in Kyrgyzstan. Tours give a great chance to travel and open new places. With the help of car rent it will be more interesting to do it while having tours through Kyrgyzstan.