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Weekly Review of Aigine CRC Activities
🎶 Participation in the International Forum: Member of the working group of the project “Incorporating Konur Un into the Sound of the Kyrgyz Orchestra” Cholpon…
Weekly review of the activities of the Aigine CRC
👩🏻‍💻 Work Meetings: On May 29, the Aigine CRC team held an online meeting with Ramazan Egamov, the founder of the Sarmishsay Reserve, located in…
Weekly review of the activities of the Aigine CRC
Results of the Uluu Toolor Project (Great Mountains): On May 21, in the village of Ton, the results of the Uluu Toolor Project (Great Mountains)…
Weekly review of the activities of the Aigine CRC
📑 Great Mountains: This week, as part of the “Uluu Toolor” (Great Mountains) project, high school students from grades 7-11 from two of the three…

Sacred Geography of Kyrgyzstan

The Sacred Geography of Kyrgyzstan is a representation of both natural and cultural phenomena. This is a network of sacred sites – springs, caves, mountains, mausoleums, lakes, tombs and trees – that people visit as pilgrims. An essential part of any pilgrimage practice is performance of rituals and ceremonies, which turns territories covered by sacred sites into a ritualized land.

Our mission

Aigine Cultural Research Center (CRC) (which means “lucid”, “definite”) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded in May 2004 at the initiative of Gulnara Aitpaeva, Doctor of Philology, with the participation of Aida Alymbaeva and Mukaram Toktogulova, Candidate of Philology.

Aigine CRC works in the field of traditional knowledge, education and social science. The center conducts spiritual, educational and scientific activities based on external grants and self-financing. These activities are directed at preserving, developing and integrating traditional wisdom with contemporary life. Aigine CRC aims to incorporate the positive potential of traditional wisdom in decision-making at all levels of public and political life.

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