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Asar, Zhylu, Belkoterer

Traditions and customs associated with mutual aid
Asar, Zhylu, Belkoterer
  • Asar, Zhylu, Belkoterer
  • Suyіnshі, “At mingizip shapan zhabu
  • Syrga salu and Kudalyk
  • Zhamby atu
  •  Baigue
  • Konakasy, Konakkade, Erulik, Toy dastarkhan
  • Shіldehana, Besіkke salu, besik toy, Kyrkynan shygaru, Tusau kesu, Sundetke otyrgyzu
  • Nauryz
  • Kokpar

Helping each other has always been highly valued by Kazakhs and is very important in a Kazakh community. Therefore, there are a number of traditions, which are associated with mutual aid. Some of them are listed below:
 

Asar - a family, which has to perform an urgent and sometimes a hard work, has a right to ask relatives, friends and neighbours for assistance. At the end of the work, a rich table is laid as a gratitude for those, who helped.
 

Zhylu - a tradition associated with the provision of material, moral and financial assistance to people affected by natural disasters (fire, flood, etc.). All supporters, not only relatives are entitled to help the victims. Many things can be given as donations - livestock, building materials, clothing, money, etc.
 

Belkoterer - a tradition to treat the elderly. Delicious and most importantly - soft foods such as kazy, zhent, cottage cheese are cooked for the elderly. Typically, this responsibility rests on children or close relatives, the less likely neighbours. Belkoterer tradition is an example of caring for the elderly.



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