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Rituals

Traditions are the primary rituals of a country and Kyrgyzstan is not a compromise. In this turn, we want to educate visitors about the fact that their tour will surely be enjoyable as our experts plan it for the tours and assist in renting a car. They plan to use a car rental for the tours as boarders arrive here and head directly to the local people to be able to experience the traditions and, in other words, the state activities. In essence, the history of ceremonies dates back to ancient times, the age of the Turkic tribes. Due to the reality that the Kyrgyz people used to live a nomadic way of life, their rituals were based on their lifestyle.

As car rental tours are held in Kyrgyzstan, we are delighted to learn about the traditions connected with childbirth. The first is considered suiunchu, or the case of saying good news, while parents are waiting for presents. Then comes the korunduk ritual, based on offering money to the parents when they come to see the child. The other event is the celebration of Beishik toi, the baby born. It's a time when people arrive in vast numbers, frying delicious traditional rice, burning archa. Tushoo kesuu is said to be the event with the infant taking its first steps. When this occurs, close friends and relatives are invited to bind the boy's hands and untie the ropes after the hearing, when the other older children reach him.

The next kind of rituals that can be witnessed with or without the driver during the car rental tour is wedding. People appear to owe great meaning and importance in our society to wedding and marriage traditions. And now, the main priority is to accept the highest number of visitors, but with considerable financial losses. Traditional traditions are based on ala kachuu, the true forbidden condition. It appears to be the act, often by an unknown person, of kidnapping the bride. There is no chance or opportunity for the bride to leave the groom's house in the event of abduction. As for engagement or Nike Kyiuu. It is viewed, in line with Muslim customs, as the legalizing of marriage. As both her peers and family say goodbye to her, the tradition where the bride is at the centre of focus is Kyz uzatuu. In the restaurant, the marriage itself, with toasts and family, is then made. So, these are the principal customs of the country that people will observe while renting a car on the Kyrgyzstan tour.