IJSRP, Volume 10, Issue 12, December 2020 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Dr. Sariev Sanatjon Matchanbaevich
This article deals with the Uyghur manuscript of the epic "Kholdorkhan". The focus is on the work of world scholars who have studied the epic scientifically. The Uyghur version of the epic "Kholdorkhan" is subjected to a comparative analysis of the manuscript with oral versions, and the peculiarities of the manuscript are revealed. The article also compares the Uyghur manuscript and oral versions with the manuscript and oral versions of the Uzbek epic Gorogly. It should be noted that the Uzbek epics "Gorogly" played a special role in the formation of oral and manuscript copies of Uyghur epics "Gorogly". The role of the epic in the work of folk singers is highlighted. The analysis will also focus on the Caucasian and Central Asian versions and other versions of the Turkic peoples.