A HOLIDAY DEDICATED TO NAVRUZ WAS HELD AT THE REPUBLICAN GRADUATE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT
For the first time, Navruz received state status, having turned from an agricultural ritual into a Zoroastrian holiday and was attached to the cult of the Sun and Zarathustra. Today, the holiday Navruz is an event of state significance and one of the main Uzbek national traditions. Like thousands of years ago, it is full of ancient original rituals and colorful rituals.
April 5th of this year an event dedicated to the national holiday of Navruz was organized at the Republican Graduate School of Business and Management.
The holiday, held for the whole team and guests of the Higher School, is aimed at strengthening friendly relations, increasing employee productivity, as well as preserving and promoting our values and traditions.
Foreign guests also attended the event from the Seoul Cyber University, who arrived on a business trip to the Graduate School. Guests listened to interesting information about our ancient holiday and even participated in the preparation of a traditional Sumalak dish.
Sumalak is a spring delicacy of Navruz, a tasty and healthy dish that restores strength and gives vigor, lost in winter.
Such events have a positive effect on the growth of respect and interest of other peoples in the Uzbek traditions.
I would like to recall the intricate words of our great poet and writer of the East Alisher Navoi: “May our everyday be like Navruz!”