Lepyoshkas are mentioned in one of the world’s oldest written works, “Eros about Gylgamesh”, the legendary ruler of the Sumerians, who lived almost 5000 years ago. The main point of Uzbek wedding rituals is the movement of the bride to the house of the man.Lepyoshkas are baked in special clay ovens called “Tandir”. In traditionally rural areas, the first thing people bring with them as a gift is “Non”. On the day of the wedding, the groom goes to pick up the bride from her home with his best man, relatives, and friends.Renowned leaders such as Alexander the Great also passed by the famous Silk Road, which means that he had also visited Uzbekistan.This interesting nation was also 1 of the original associates of the Soviet Union, before declaring independence in 1991.
So, Uzbekistan girls have mixtures of Asian and European blood. But, they have a lot more Asian characteristics such as dark hair and eyes.The songs connected with customs and traditions, labor processes, various ceremonies, dramatized entertainment representations and games belong to the first group. Koshuk - household song with a small diapason melody, covering one or two rows of the poetic text.The dancing character of a melody of this genre provides their performance in support of comic dances. In some areas the term - lapar is applied to wedding songs "Ulan" (which is performed as a dialogue of man and women).The Uzbek national music is characterized as variety of subjects and genres.The songs and tool plays according to their functions and forms of usage can be divided into two groups: performed in the certain time and under the certain circumstances and performed at any time.