New Year is an international holiday, which is widely celebrated in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. Cities are decorated with Christmas balls, lanterns, and garlands, and presidential Christmas trees are placed on squares. Kindergartens and schools come up with interesting New Year's programs, and organizations celebrate with corporate festivities.
Orthodox Christmas This holiday is celebrated in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan as well as in other countries. On the table are festive dishes, a Christmas tree, cheerful music and, of course, congratulations on the Orthodox Christmas. On Christmas Eve, there is a tradition of not eating until the first star appears in the sky. According to this belief, at this moment, a new day begins. In addition, there is a tradition on Christmas days (between Christmas and Epiphany) to guess at the narrowing and for the near future.
Nowruz is considered a very ancient holiday. This is a celebration of the renewal of nature. The customs and traditions of celebrating this significant day are passed down from generation to generation. It is celebrated throughout Asia under different names, but the essence of the holiday does not change. March 21 is the day of the vernal equinox. On the eve of the Nooruz holiday, residents of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan put their houses in order, cleaning out garbage, thereby, as it were, taking quarrels, insults, and illnesses out of the house. There are a large number of drinks made of milk and water on the tables (so that the harvest in the new year is good), and also, everyone tries not to swear at anyone and be in a great mood.
The holiday is celebrated with large-scale concerts, fairs, and various competitions. It is considered one of the most important holidays in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan.
International Workers' Day Everyone knows the date—"May 1, 1886". On this day, American workers organized a strike in which they demanded that the working day last no more than 8 hours. This day is considered a great holiday in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan. Horse races are held at the racetrack, and competitions and national horse games are organized.
Constitution Day Constitution Day is celebrated in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan on May 5. On this day in 1993, at the 12th session of the Supreme Council of the Republic, the Constitution was adopted and the Republic became known as the Kyrgyz Republic. On a day off, the streets of the city are decorated with flags, and exhibitions, concerts, show programs, and sports events are held.
Victory Day This day is a holiday in bright memory of fallen heroes. A celebration of reverence, gratitude, and pride. During the war, the Republic of Kyrgyzstan made a significant contribution to the victory over Germany. Today, on this day, all residents of the country congratulate their veterans. A large number of concerts, promotions, and fairs are held in the city. Awards, certificates of honor, and prizes are presented.
Independence Day On August 31, the Republic of Kyrgyzstan celebrates Independence Day. In 1991, an extraordinary session of the Supreme Council of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan adopted a resolution on the "Declaration of State Independence of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan". Independence Day in the Republic of Kyrgyzstan is considered one of the most important national holidays.