Uzbekistan is the most populous country in the Central Asia with a population of 31.6 million people. Uzbeks are the largest Turkic group in Uzbekistan (and also the entire of Central Asia) with the 75.5% of the population. Uzbeks are mainly muslim of the Hanafi School. The typical clothes include the Chapan and Kaftan: men wear a headgear known as Tubeteika, women put on a veil known as Paranja. The other minority groups that we can find in Uzbekistan are: Russian (5.7%), Tajik (5%), Kazakh (3.5%), Karakalpak (2.3%), Tatar (2.2%), Khowar, Kho or Chitrali (2%), other groups (3.8%)
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