The culture of Kazakhstan is a reflection of the centuries-old history of the Turkic people. For many centuries, nomadic tribes walked the Kazakh steppes, forming their own unique worldview, customs and traditions.
Yes, for modern Kazakhs it is a yurt, no longer a dwelling, but a national attribute, a place of pleasant pastime, but this has not made it less important. The image of the shanyrak - the upper vaulted domed part of the yurt - is present in the state emblem of the republic as a symbol of the common home of all people living in Kazakhstan. And in general, shanyrak is a symbol of hospitality, goodwill and cordiality, in relation to all people of the planet.
A special place in the worldview of the Kazakh people is occupied by the concept of "zheti kazyna" - seven treasures. Treasures mean seven necessary components of the life of a real man: er zhіgіt, sulu, ақyl әyel, үйрік at, қыран үріт, zhүyrіk tazy, beren myltyk, bіlim (masculinity of a zhigit, a beautiful, smart wife, a swift horse, a hunting golden eagle, a devoted dog of the tazy breed , good weapons, comprehensive knowledge). There are these seven treasures - life is full and happy.
The cultural heritage includes various equestrian games, where riders can show their skills. After all, the ability to stay in the saddle is an obligatory attribute of a real zhigit.
Kazakh culture is also reflected in national silver jewelry, clothing that is so distinctive and recognizable that it is a real art. Both ancient and modern, it always and everywhere accompanies the life and holidays of Kazakhstanis.