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This holiday appeared in the first millennium B.C.
It is called as eastern New Year.
According to the Oriental calendar Nauryz falls on 21 March, which was considered as the first day of spring before adoption of the Soviet calendar.
This holiday represents not only spring renewal but also friendship, love and fertility.
According to popular belief the people were getting rid of winter hardships, were pleased with well-being and preservation of their animal stock – the main wealth of the nomads.
The Kazakh celebrate Nauryz in the same manner as other oriental peoples but they have their own individualities.
The main dish of the holiday is nauryz-koje or nauryzdyk which consists of seven ingredients symbolizing vital elements.
Because 7 is a fortunate number for the Kazakh people. That is why many festive ceremonies are connected with it.
As a rule, Nauryz began with a competition – a game between a girl and djigit, which represented a symbolic struggle between winter and spring.
During celebration of Nauryz, the Kazakh visit their friends and relatives. You can often watch people saying “KoktemTudy” – Congratulation on Spring Day!
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