Love is the only treasure that multiplies by division, . “There is no virtue higher than Love, there is no treasure higher than Love, there is no knowledge higher than Love, there is no Dharma higher than Love, there is no religion higher than Love because Love is Truth, Love is God. This world has come out of Love, this world exists in Love and this world ultimately dissolves in Love. God is an embodiment of Love. So Love All, Serve All, Help Ever Hurt Never. There are many languages on earth, Smile speaks them all.' Keep Smiling :-) Someone who Cares you to Smile :) Hemant Khurana (Happy) ….
– *KYRGYZSTAN*_*A Hidden Wonder, A Beautiful Asian Country .
A traditional Kyrgyz manaschi performing part of the epic poem at a yurt camp in Karakol
He was a Russian geographer of Polish origin and explorer of Central and Eastern Asia.
Mosque in Naryn
Church is Karakol
Dungan Mosque – Karakol
Bishkek apartment buildings
Entrance to Osh Bazaar in Bishkek
Balbal small grave stones of Nomadic Turks
Yurt is a portable, felt-covered, wood lattice-framed dwelling structure traditionally used by Turkic and Mongolian nomads in the steppes of Central Asia. A yurt is more home-like than a tent in shape and build, with thicker walls.
Wagon houses in Kochkor
Toktogul Lake in Tienshan
An impressive example of Russian architecture
Sheti Oguz gorge
South of Lake Issyk-Kul Lake to get in the Sheti Oguz gorge. This district is famous with “through the seven bulls” and “broken heart”
“Seven Bulls” is the group that consists of the red rocks and the broken heart “is a symbol of love that has brought a lot of beautiful legends.
“Ploff” Kyrgyz national dish
Orthodox church in Karakol
Yurt in Pamir
The spring equinox is celebrated
Horsemen take part in the traditional Central Asian sport of Buzkashi, or goat dragging, in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. Players grab a goat carcass from the ground while riding their horses and try to score by placing it in their opponent’s goal.
Traditionally dressed Kyrgyz women dance in Bishkek during the annual celebration of Nowruz (New Year)