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Culture of Kyrgystan

The Kyrgyz are descended from ancient Turkic tribes, and have been nomadic cattle breeders for centuries and a large part of the population remains semi-nomadic, with sheep often outnumbering the population! As in Kazakhstan, the culture of the horse is omnipresent. Competitions like Ulak Tartysh, a team game resembling a cross between polo and rugby and Jumby Atmai, the object of which is to break the thread holding a large bar of metal by shooting at it at a gallop reflect the importance of riding skills and games on horseback.


Over the centuries, people from many regions have passed through or settled in Kyrgyzstan, and influenced Kyrgyz cuisine. The visual appeal of dishes is important, and a variety of spices are used for flavor and color. The national dish of Kyrgyzstan is besh-barmak "five fingers" - so-called because it used to be eaten without utensils. It is made with meat - usually mutton or horse and noodles that are boiled in the broth. Another Kyrgyz dish is oromo "filled bag", in which minced meat and vegetables are steamed inside a pocket of soft dough. The most common drink is kumis - fermented mare's milk, and other traditional drinks are made with camel or sheep milk.


The sharp continental climate and nomadic culture demand practical clothing. Padded layers, sheepskin coats – the chapan, silk tunics and felt hats provide warmth and mobility. The kalpak, the white men’s wool hat is worn everywhere. Made out of four triangles of felt, the bottom can be rolled up to form a brim. It’s certainly a distinctive feature of dress in Kyrgyzstan. Girls traditionally wore long white dresses with embroidered velvet vests. Heavy skirts would be worn over these in winter. Their hair was arranged in about forty braids and covered with elaborate headdresses. Her wedding dress would be more elaborate with a cone-shaped hat and veil. After marriage, two plaits were the norm.

Popular colleges

Kyrgyz State Medical Academy


Total Fee : 14lakh(INR)

Kyrgyz State Medical Academy was established in 1939 as a medical institute. Recently, the acadmy had celebrated it's 70th anniversary as it entered new decade of activity. Kyrgyz State Medical Academy is one of the leading medical academies among all medical colleges in Kyrgyzstan. Bicol Christian College of Medicine was founded by Dr. Damaceno J. Ago. He envisioned his full life in the country Philippines,

Asian Medical Institute, Kyrgyzstan

Kant, Kyrgystan

Total Fee : 11lakh(INR)

The academy is recognized by the government of Kyrgyz Republic, WHO as well as MCI. The academy enjoys it's prime location in the capital city of Kyrgyz Republic i.e. Bishkek. The academy strives to apply most modern methods and advanced technology in teaching foreign students.
Kyrgyz State Medical Academy has it's hostels for accommodation of foreign students spread throughout the city. The students also get the opportunity to practice in several hospitals of city to gain useful expeience.

Osh State Medical University,Kyrgystan

Osh, Kyrgystan

Total Fee : 14lakh(INR)

Osh State Medical University is the 2nd best university to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan after KSMU and among all MCI approved government universities for medical studies to study MBBS in Kyrgyzstan. It is a B+ graded university offering low cost MBBS program for Indian students. The students and the parents should always choose the official education consultants such as MOKSH having certificate of representation from the university to ensure proper guidance and reliable admission to OSMU and travel services.