HELLO!
My name is Mark. I’m a 15 years old boy. I’m from Yakutia. I like playing football with my friends. I would like to go to travel to other countries, it would be cool! Usually I surf the Internet and I communicate with the friends.

Yhyakh
Citizens of Sakha Republic celebrate the New Year twice a year – in winter with the rest of citizens of Russia, and in summer – according to the ancient traditions. The Yakut Yhyakh festival is related to a cult of a solar deity, with a fertility cult.
Ancient Yakuts celebrated the New Year at the Yhyakh festival. Its traditions include women and children decorating trees and tethering.





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The Ohuokhai dance appeared long ago when the Sakha people lived in the South and were typical cattle – breeders, so – called sun worshippers. It is a native dance that combines three forms of art: dancing, singing and poetry. The Sakha word “yungkyu” comes from the verb “ungk”. posts with “salama”.The Yakut national dance



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The Yakut national dance




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Mast - wrestling



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The Yakut national ware – “choron”