WRITTEN HERITAGE OF ISLAM OF THE CIS COUNTRIES (ON THE EXAMPLE OF AZERBAIJAN)


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Mutallımova A. , Mutallımov D.

II INTERNATİONAL FORUM “THEOLOGICAL HERITAGE OF MUSLIMS IN RUSSIA, Kazan, Russia, 25 November 2020, vol.1, pp.241-244

  • Publication Type: Conference Paper / Full Text
  • Volume: 1
  • City: Kazan
  • Country: Russia
  • Page Numbers: pp.241-244

Abstract

Azerbaijan has experienced a significant level of modernity since the tsarist era of the 19th century and during the Soviet Union and became a witness of the earthiness. Meanwhile, religion has survived as a cultural phenomenon, to a degree abstracted from rituals. Religious and national values are perceived as symbolic and cultural values in the cultural life and other Turkic societies of Central Asia, especially in burial ceremonies and the celebration of Nevruz, and function as a cultural link between countries. The post-acquisition period is considered the historical beginning of sociocultural change. As part of the experience gained in this process, the phenomenon of a return to religious values is experienced. This study explores the existence and cultural religions in Azerbaijan and the disclosure of the written heritage of Islam.