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This article covers the history of traditional handicrafts of the rural population of the Fergana Valley in the late XIX - early XX centuries. The main focus is on the development of blacksmithing, pottery and textile crafts in the villages of the Fergana Valley, changes in the industry, the factors that led to the emergence of centers. The comments made were analyzed on the basis of factual material


rural population handicrafts socio-economic processes rural handicraft centers textiles ceramics need mentality traditions handicraft dynasties conservation factors

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Ziyodbek Yuldashevich Esonov. (2021). Traditional Crafts of Rural People of Fergana Valley. International Journal of Human Computing Studies, 3(2), 120-124.


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