Analysis of Ethnographic Data in Al-Hakim Al-Tirmiziʼs Works

  • Farrux U. Saydullayev Department of World History, Termiz State University, Termiz, Uzbekistan
Keywords: Hakim al-Tirmizi, customs, traditions, values, ceremonies, Navroznama, Termizi scholars


This article explores the restoration of global history, ethnography, and ethnoculture, with a particular emphasis on conveying the profound scientific legacy of prominent scholars, notably Hakim al-Tirmizi and Termizi scholars, to younger generations. Highlighting the significance of studying and preserving the contributions of these scholars, the research underscores the vital role they play in shaping our understanding of cultural heritage and historical narratives. Through a comprehensive examination of their works and achievements, the article aims to enrich scholarly discourse and foster a deeper appreciation for the diverse cultural tapestry of the world's peoples and nations.


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How to Cite
Saydullayev, F. U. (2024). Analysis of Ethnographic Data in Al-Hakim Al-Tirmiziʼs Works. Central Asian Journal of Social Sciences and History, 5(3), 1-5.