Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Central Asia


Akhmedova Nigora Rakhimovna; Umarova Dildora Bakhtiyarovna

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 4, Pages 261-268
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.04.027

In the epoch of globalization, problems of national cultures development, the preservation of
their originality and interaction with other nations stay actual in the humanities. The research of
the typological community and local specifics of art in the independent states of Central Asia
makes it possible to determine the main development trends. They are studied in the context of
national self-awareness raise, the formation of new priorities in the art of the region, the
actualization of ethnocultural identity’s issues and the restoration of links with traditional
culture. An appeal to the origins of civilizational identity is shown on the example of the region's
contemporary art.

The Level of Study of the Religious Image of Mavarounnahr in the IX-XII Centuries

Alisher Doniyorov; Adil Kariev; Hamidulla Aminov; Nodir Karimov

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 413-423

This article analyzes the level of study of the religious image of Msvarounnahr in the IX-XII centuries. From the 8th century onwards, the number of such categories and groups as Qadariyya, Jabriya, Jahmiya, Mutaziliyya, and Rafidiyyah, which began to appear in Islam, increased in the late ninth and first half of the tenth centuries. These groups were widespread throughout the Islamic world, especially in Central Asia. Their emergence, meaning, and impact on socio-political processes have been extensively covered in the studies of Wilfred Madelung [22], Melchert Christopher [25], Ahmet Karamustafa [19], Akiner Shirin [2], Muhammad Mansur Ali [27], Aiyub Palmer [31] and other scholars. A general conclusion from their work is that Mavarounnahr, or modernly speaking, Central Asia is described as a region where hadith scholars (Ahl al-hadith), Hanafiism, and Moturidism flourished. These scholars also noted that the areas that embodied some of the features of Sufism (malamatiya, karramiya, etc.) were also closely related to Islamic sects. It is written that the representatives of hadith, Hanafi and Moturidi fought against groups that misrepresented religious issues. There are also a number of studies [49] on the differences between the views of the Ahl al-Hadith and the Hanafi (in some literatures Abu Hanifa is mentioned as a representative of the Ahl al-Ray [8]). According to Khalid Blankinship and Ira Lapidus, in the tenth century, the Samarkand scholar al-Moturidi created the doctrine of moturidia, which combines only the positive aspects of various conflicting directions [6][20]. In other words, Imam al-Moturidi further developed the theory founded by Abu Hanifa, the founder of the Hanafi school, and based the Qur'an and hadiths on groups such as Jahmiyyah, Qaramit, Rafidiyyah, Murjiyyah, and Karramiyyah, which undermined the purity of Islam and misinterpreted religious issues. The work we are analyzing aims to study the research on Hanafi, Ahl al-Hadith and other groups that were widespread in Central Asia, and to determine their main directions.

Formation Of The Medieval Cities In The Kesh Oasis

Shokir Parmanov

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 1386-1403

This article is devoted to the formation and development of medieval cities in an oasis called Kesh oasis in the medieval sources located in the eastern part of the Kashkadarya Oasis, one of the largest historical and cultural countries of Central Asia, in which the information on the formation and development of the first cities in this region during the first Iron Age As the main factor in the formation of cities in the territory, the passage of a network of the Great Silk Road from the Oasis territory was noted as one of the main factors. The author also elaborated on the basis of comparison, comparison, analysis of the names of about ten major cities of the Middle Ages in the Oasis and their location, the data presented in the written sources of the Middle Ages with the results of archaeological research conducted in recent years.