What Does the Great Silk Road Mean Af­ter Cen­turies?

Uzbekistan Today (English) - - WORLD -

“Turk­menistan is the heart of the Great Silk Road”, a book writ­ten by the Pres­i­dent of that coun­try Gur­ban­guly Berdy­muhame­dov, has been pre­sented in Tashkent.

The new work of the head of state con­sists of six chap­ters: Along Jey­hun, An­cient Merv, Be­tween Sarahs and Anau, From Nisa to De­his­tan, On the An­cient Land of Dashoguz and In the Fairy World.

The unique­ness of the work is that the his­tor­i­cal facts given in the book are an im­por­tant source for those who study the cul­ture and his­tory of the Great Silk Road on a sci­en­tific ba­sis.

The work al­lows you to ob­jec­tively eval­u­ate the his­tor­i­cal path of the Turk­men, get ac­quainted with their na­tional and cul­tural orig­i­nal­ity, tra­di­tions, cus­toms and life val­ues, in­valu­able con­tri­bu­tion of the Turk­men peo­ple to the world sci­en­tific, eco­nomic and cul­tural progress.

Asked what the Great Silk Road means cen­turies later, the au­thor an­swers, fo­cus­ing on the con­sol­i­dat­ing role of the high­way, its sig­nif­i­cance in the in­te­gra­tion pro­cesses.

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