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ETHNO-CULTURAL INFLUENCE AND CONNECTION OF PEOPLES ON THE GREAT SILK ROAD

Irbutayeva Nigora Dilshodovna; Turakulov Elbek Murodullayevich; Irbutayeva Parvina Holmirzaevna

In this article we are talking about the fact that Central Asia, Iraq, Turkey and the countries of the Arab Caliphate were the Great Silk Road. Examples are given from the works of Rudakiy, Firdavsiy, Khayyam, Beruniy and Avicenna, as well as from the works of Alisher Navoi and Jalil. The history of the development of ethnocultural ties has proved the value of interaction with the outside world.

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