What was the name of the crib for the baby among the Kazakhs?

The children's cradle is very similar in shape to many nomadic peoples. It would seem that the most ordinary object of human life. However, in the cultural kodze of nomads, a baby's cradle is one of the clearest ways to understand the value system of our ancestors. Kazakhs called a baby's bed "besik". It was in every house. It could not be broken or thrown away. Besik was inherited. It was a special sacred item. More in this issue!