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15 authentic kazakh items which we still use
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21.07.2017

15 authentic kazakh items which we still use


Wooden tableware


Wooden tableware has national ornaments. Today beshbarmak astau (wooden plate for a national meal) is getting its popularity.



Zhuzik



Zhuzik is a ring. Both women and men used to wear it, now worn only by women.


Kamshy


Kamshy is a whip made of ropes and belts on the handle. Currently it is used as an interior element, souvenir or a gift.




Masi


Masi is unisex boots with a soft shoe sole. They are often worn by old men and women now.




Sandyk


Sandyk is trunk, where old women usually store cloth, clothes and other expensive stuff.



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Uki is an owl feather used for dombra or a car salon decoration. The Kazakh owl is considered to be sacred.



Altybakan


Altybakan is a swing designed of six poles. It can often be seen in the city during Nauryz celebration in March.




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Zher ustel is a Kazakh round table with short legs.


Chapan


Chapan is a national male garment, similar to a gown. Nowadays it’s usually given at tois, kudalyk (matchmaking party) and anniversaries. Moreover, many local designers create their own chapan interpretations, which are becoming popular among city residents.



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Bilezik is a bracelet, piece of jewelry made of metal or bone.



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Saukele is a female headdress put on while getting married.


Kurak korpe


Kurak korpe is a patchwork quilt. It is included in a girl’s dowry and is laid on the floor, so that guests could seat around a Kazakh table “zher ustel”.



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Tumar is an amulet having an adage from the Koran hid into a piece of leather.


Takiya


Takiya is a skullcap, Turkic male or female headdress. Nowadays it is usually worn by old men.



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Besik is a Kazakh swinging crib.