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International Research Journal of Humanities, Language and Literature (IRJHLL)
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1
  • PEOPLE'S ARTIST OF UZBEKISTAN GAVHAR MATYAKUBOVA'S CREATIVE SCHOOL


  • Hamroeva Hulkar Hamidullayevna

Abstract:
This article examines the peculiarities, description and classification of the scientific and creative school of Gavhar Matyokubova, People's Artist of Uzbekistan, a leading representative of the Uzbek national dance, historical-ethnographic-folk choreography, the history of the booklet "Lazgi" and its role in the development of dance.


1-12
2
  • ANTHROPOMORPHIC METAPHOR IN HISTORICAL REALITY AND ARTISTIC TEXTUALISM


  • Nasrullayeva G.S. Phd. Yayshieva Zebo Rashidovna

Abstract:
It is known that in order to translate historical truth into artistic reality, it is necessary to carefully study the writer's many creative searches, courage, and factual materials. When it comes to this "...collecting rich material when creating a historical novel is also painstaking, but sorting, selecting, limiting the collected material, and processing it artistically is a great art. "1


23-30
3
  • THE IDEA OF NATIONAL INDEPENDENCE: THE PRESENT AND FUTURE OF THE ART OF NATIONAL DANCE


  • Sitora Narzullayeva Sayfullo qizi

Abstract:
Student of the Uzbek State Academy of Choreography The radical changes taking place in our country have begun the process of renewal in the field of national dance. The art of dance has always been one of the most important factors in the education of beauty and elegance. After all, in our country, which is moving from national revival to national uplift, every sphere of spirituality and enlightenment is one of the priorities of state policy


13-17
4
  • QUALITIES IN THE FORMATION OF ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE (BASED ON THE RESEARCH OF N.N. JAMILOVA)


  • Djabborov Masud Bahriddinovich

Abstract:
Discipline is the ability to behave, to be internally organized, to have a sense of responsibility, and to be willing to submit to personal goals and social attitudes. Discipline as a personal virtue is manifested in the unconditional observance of social norms of behavior, habituation to discipline, observance of laws, subordination of personal interests to public opinion. It promotes balance in the family and society, the movement of people in different activities. Independence - the ability to carry out various activities (study, work, play, art) on the basis of advice and suggestions of adults.


18-22
5
  • WORD APPLICATION OF E.VOKHIDOV


  • RANO SAYFULLAEVA HULKAR HAMROEVA

Abstract:
In this article, the Hero of Uzbekistan, People's Poet of Uzbekistan Erkin Vоhidov was a mature representative of modern Uzbek literature, a great artist of words. This article examines his word choice and word use skills.


31-39
6
  • MAHMUDKHOJA BEHBUDIYI IN THE FIELD OF LAW


  • Shohnazar Boboqulov Sabina Hojieva

Abstract:
The article deals with the legal reforms and educational works of the great scholar, leader of the Turkestan Jadids, multi-talented and public figure Mahmudhoja Behbudi.


40-47
7
  • CREATIVITY LABORATORY OF ASSISTANT PROFESSOR SHUKHRAT TOKHTASIMOV


  • Hulkar Hamroeva, Matluba Murodova, Polat Tashkenbaev,

Abstract:
This article examines the scientific, creative and pedagogical activities of the famous choreographer-teacher, associate Professor Shukhrat Tokhtasimov, who made a huge contribution to the development of Uzbek art and culture during the period of independence.


48-60
8
  • Study of social behavior as a functions of child rearing practice


  • Dr Sangeeta Rani Dr Shobha Kumari

Abstract:
Child-rearing customs and beliefs are not the same for all Indians.India is composed of a diverse population with assorted religious, political and cultural views on child-rearing practices. With so many differences among Indians, it is impossible to ascribe a unified set of customs and beliefs about child-rearing to the entire country


61-69
9
  • PORTRAYAL OF INDIAN CULTURE AND TRADITION IN THE NOVELS OF CHITRA BANERJEE DIVAKARUNI


  • Sompal Singh Professor Ambuj Kumar Sharma

Abstract:
Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni is a writer of international fame and eminence. She has immigrated to the USA but the fragrance of Indian culture and tradition always exists in her novels. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni depicts the portrayal of Indian culture and tradition through her novels as The mistress of spices, Sister of my heart, The Vine of Desire, Queen of Dreams, and Oleander Girl have been taken for the study of elements concerned with Indian culture and Tradition. The study further explores how the various character in these novels reflect the colours of Indian tradition in their general way, rituals, and customs. Mrs. Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni apart from her contemporary


70-76
10
  • IMPACT OF MANIPULATIVE DRILL ON STUDENTS’ INTEREST IN ORAL ENGLISH IN TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN ENUGU STATE, NIGERIA


  • Eze Edith (Ph.D.)

Abstract:
The purpose of the study was to investigate the Impact of Manipulative Drill on students’ interests in Oral English at the Enugu State College of Education Technical Enugu. To carry out the study, one research question and one hypothesis were formulated to guide the study. A quasi experimental design was adopted. Specifically, the pre-test, posttest non-equivalent control group was used. The area of the study was Enugu State College of Education Technical, Enugu State. The population of the study was all the 75 students of year one of the language studies department of the academic session. It was an intact class, so the entire population was used.


77-90
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