DOI: 10.17265/2159-5836/2015.03.008
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Abstract: Lively oldest forms of women art in Central Asia came up to the present day through the traditions of "ustoz-shogird" (teacher-pupil). In particular, wall painting, sculptures, and evidence of women's work in Amir Temur, Ulugbek, and Zakhiriddin Muhammad government describe a variety of women's roles in art. The women's art of Yallachi was also developed in Bukhara, Khorezm, and Kokand khanates time as a unique way.As a result, the Uzbek Yalla genre was established in the art of music. The tradition of Yallac…

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