attenuation circuit ° ACP 1385 ° 2023
The Uzbek tradition of politeness and respect for other people begins with a greeting. In rural areas, Uzbeks necessarily greet everyone they meet, acquaintances and strangers. Uzbeks bow shallowly to strangers and say "Salom!". Familiar men shake hands, hug the shoulder. It is not customary to shake hands with women. They bow to them, pressing their hand to their heart. According to folk traditions, the youngest Uzbek, a rider, a person in a high position, greets the first.With friends, relatives, colleagues, Uzbeks are friendly, friendly, hospitable. Each other is often given gifts, invited to visit.The reception of a guest in the house is also furnished with obligatory ceremonies. The host greets guests at the gate of the house, as a sign of hospitality, escorts them to the most convenient place — in summer it is a shady courtyard of the estate with a gazebo and a table. The reception of guests always begins with a tea party. A small amount of tea poured into his bowl becomes a sign of respect for the guest. In turn, the guest shows respect to the host when he praises the tea and asks for supplements.After tea, a "dastarkhan" (a festive table, literally a tablecloth) is served in honor of the guest. As a sign of respect for the guest, the hosts try to put up so many dishes that there is no free space on it. A guest who knows Uzbek traditions well never comes without small gifts — oriental sweets for children, tea for the elderly, a handkerchief for the hostess.
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released August 17, 2023