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SUCCESSFULLY - VALUABLE SOURCES TO THE TURKISH WORLD

Today the history of the Kazakh folk oriental art begins with the Turkic Khanate, Karakhanids, the Kipchak era, VI-IX centuries. It is known that the Orkhon-Yenisei inscriptions, which are common to the Turkic-speaking peoples, are being distributed since ancient times like Kultegin, Bilge Kagan and Tonikak. In this context, many works of Balasaguni's "Kutadgu Bilik", M. Kashkari's "Diuani lagat-horiz Turk", Khodja Ahmet Yassaui's "Diwani Hikmet", A. Igenin's "Gibatul Hama" are of particular importance in the civilization world. Also known as "Kodeksi Kumaniks" (XIII-XV centuries), "Oguzayma", Kazakh historians Haydar Dulati ("Historical Rashidi"), Kadyrgali Zhalayri ("Jamiyat-at-Tauharih"), , Zakhari's works of Babur ("Babyrname") are written as historical literary and artistic heritages. It is possible to fully understand the genres of Chechen dance (Mai, Ketbuz, Asan Kayu, Zhirenshe, Tole, Kazybek, Aiteke, Syrym) in the Kazakh fiction of the last five centuries (XV-XIX centuries), to look into their heritage, Necessary principle. The view that the birth and formation of speech art is related to the emergence of the society proves the history of Kazakh ornamental art [1,60]. According to some historical facts, Kazakh oriental art is closely linked with the Maik dance, Santa Claus (XII-XIII centuries), Asan Kayu, Zhirenshei Chechens (XIV-XVI centuries), which formed the first Khanates. And during the strengthening of the Khanate, ie Tole bi, Kaz Vyaz, Sirim batyr (XVII-XVIII centuries), the oratorical art reached its era of development. Hence, the rich heritage of the Kazakh people, which is a source of great cultural heritage, is a heritage of literature.



Keywords
Valuable Sources, Turkısh World



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