Representatives of one of the oldest Asian peoples. The Uzbek people have a unique history, a unique culture that distinguishes them from their closest neighbours (Kazakhstan, Mongolia). Their appearance represents the most common characteristics of Asians, while at the same time they have unique characteristics of facial structure, eye section, figure characteristics and even behavioural patterns. The beauty of Asian women is influenced by the climatic conditions of the region, in which the Uzbeks live, which could only affect their appearance, as well as the traditional way of dressing. It should be noted that even the beautiful Uzbeks who live in large modern cities have a large number of national clothes in their cupboards and are happy to wear them even on ordinary days. And festive outfits delight all those who love beauty and spectacular things - popular costumes are brilliant, similar to exotic flowers or butterflies. Warm sunshine, sand and warm winds are characteristics of Uzbekistan's climate. And it is this burning sun that has made the skin of the inhabitants of the country so swarthy, tanned. In practice all beautiful Uzbeks have a dark complexion, dark hair that shines like silk. In their dark brown eyes, there is so much oriental mystery. In general, Uzbeks are experiencing slow growth, although modern girls, representing the fashion industry, models or the film industry, can demonstrate the standard European parameters of the Western female figure.


The modern life of Uzbek beauties

 For centuries, the Uzbeks have lived a banal life, occupied only at home and with the family, being in the shadow of their men. But modern realities differ from historical realities. In the lists and odds of the beauties of the world can be presented the beautiful Uzbeks - brilliant, sexy and independent. In their appearance there are traditional features of Asian people with dark skin, dark hair and eyes with narrow cut. But by their nature, their lifestyle, these Uzbeks are no different from European or American women. They have been realized with some success in show business, filmmaking, modeling. Among them are famous singers, actresses and business ladies. The combination of oriental appearance, modesty and restraint with confidence, education make these women particularly interesting. Beautiful Uzbek women, participating in beauty contests, perfectly demonstrate that now there is no strict canon of the ideal woman. It is important only to be charismatic, charming, without doubting her physical and inner beauty.


Uzbek women suffer in silence. Men who mercilessly exploit and humiliate their wives go unpunished...

Men who mercilessly exploit and humiliate their wives in Uzbekistan are not punished, because women never complain.

Testimonies of Uzbek women:

"I couldn't take it anymore," she said in the burn unit, patient Zuhra, "I knew my life would never change, and I decided it was better for me to die than to suffer so much. »

Zuhra (the name was changed for security reasons) entered the Samarkand burn centre after she poured gasoline on herself and set fire to try to get rid of her husband's blows. This was his third suicide attempt.

"I called the police several times," Zukhra said, "they warned her husband that he could be punished, but did nothing, and the beatings continued.

Over the past month, five similar suicide attempts have been recorded in the city of Samarkand. The reason for all the calls is domestic violence.

According to the traditional way of life of the Muslim family, an Uzbek woman, whose functions include obedience, submission, and the performance of all domestic work, generally does not work and depends financially on her husband. Her helplessness makes her an easy victim in her husband's eyes, on whom one can let off steam with impunity.

In addition, violence is caused by social causes, such as unemployment, poverty and drug addiction. A troubled husband can most easily blame his grievances on a resigned woman who has to endure everything. The same women who, contrary to tradition, try to find work and thus help their families, also put themselves at risk.

Nigora, 15, from the village of Tashlak, Ferghana region, with her friend Salima, went looking for temporary work. They met a certain Khairullah, who suggested that the girls pick apples in his garden for 3000 soums (about $3). However, when Khairulla took the girls home, she raped Nigora and Salima managed to escape.


Until recently, women's work was considered unprecedented in Uzbek society, but now the vast majority of the temporary workforce in the Fergana region - i.e. 10,000 people - are women.

Many housewives are forced to earn money to feed their families. A significant portion of the temporary workforce is also made up of women workers in public companies and teachers who cannot live on a meagre salary or have lost their jobs.

"Uzbekistan's labour legislation is violated at every stage," - said the local human rights representative of the Independent Organization of Uzbekistan (IHROU) Abdusalom Ergashev. "Employers hire women to work, then rape them and generally treat them as disenfranchised human beings. »

Efforts to protect the rights of victims of domestic and professional violence complicate the fact that few victims are willing to acknowledge acts of violence against themselves. In a society jealously concerned about a woman's "purity" and which values honour over justice, such a confession leads to disgrace, divorce and a miserable existence.

"I was suffering for the good of the children - I have six, and the youngest is still in primary school," says Zuhra, which explains why many years of bullying by the husband have been endured, in a resigned manner. But when she was beaten by her eldest son, Zuhra decided to burn herself. She poured gasoline on the dress and set it on fire.

According to psychologists, this way of committing suicide is on the woman's side, not only an act of despair, but also an attempt to make her tormentor suffer. According to doctors, about 40 burned women, obtained as a result of a suicide attempt, come to them every year. As a general rule, 80% of them cannot be saved.

According to Ferghana Regional Prosecutor Murod Fozilova, criminal proceedings against perpetrators of domestic violence are hampered by the fact that their victims refuse to testify. "They refuse, because they are most afraid for the family's honor," they say.

As a general rule, after an unsuccessful suicide attempt, the surviving victims do not talk about what prompted them to take such a step. "They survived, and they will have to go back to their husbands' house, the person who led them to suicide," - says surgeon Bibisora Oripova, who already has 20 years' experience with burn patients - "If a wife tells the truth, the husband's parents will get revenge.

According to the regional prosecutor's office, on average in the Samarkand region, suicide attempts were attempted by self-immolation, a ratio of 35 women per year. However, experts from women's non-governmental organizations believe that the authorities deliberately hide the actual data, and in fact the number of cases is 2-3 times higher than the official statistics.


The Brides of UZBEKISTAN

The Uzbek people have always been known for their great respect for women, even if the above statistics seem to prove the opposite. They are full members of society and have great opportunities for personal development. Today, many Uzbek men are already resigned to the fact that the modern Uzbek woman is not only a housewife, they have shared the leading role of the supplier and protector of the family with the Uzbek woman who is intelligent, active and hard-working. There is an Uzbek proverb: "When you teach your son - teach yourself to one person, teach your daughter - you teach a whole family! ». This proverb speaks of the special role of Uzbek women in the family, as a moral and spiritual basis.


In Uzbekistan, the institution of the family is still strong, which remains the most important vital value. Here, one of the lowest divorce rates in the world is remarkable. (this is related to the fact that Uzbek women do not dare to divorce for fear of reprisals). Uzbek families tend to have many children, especially in rural areas, where women are mainly housewives by combining house management with basic crafts: spinning, embroidery, carpet weaving. The products of their hands are an essential attribute of every house that is lovingly decorated with this decorative art. In general, a sedentary lifestyle has developed a respectful attitude towards home. The courtyards and even the streets near the houses are kept incredibly clean. Uzbek national cuisine dishes are also distinguished by their practicality, but also by the mastery of the cooks. All over the world, traditional dishes such as pilaf rice, Plov, Uzbek cakes, soumalak, fragrant light shurpa, juicy meat and pasta dumplings, the smell of smoke and spices on the barbecue are recognized. The ingredients of Uzbek dishes are generally flour, meat (usually sheep), sheep tail fat, many vegetables, herbs and spices.

And all this is the merit of an Uzbek woman!

The special characteristics of Uzbek women and girls' beauty are their eyes, eyebrows, cheeks and hair. Uzbek girls' eyes are sparkling, their eyebrows are burning, their hair is long! But the main advantage of oriental beauties is a special inner beauty, sweetness of character, patience, sweetness and generosity. Uzbek women are loving mothers who take care of their children and good, obedient wives for their respected husbands. Glory to the Almighty for his work on Uzbek women, as Muslim men in Uzbekistan say.

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