In Uzbek culture, art plays an important role. Indeed, entire lineages of hereditary masters survive in Uzbekistan, meticulously preserving their dads' and grandfathers' customs. Those masterpieces of folk architecture that reminding the culture of a distinctive nation are the product of unique talent and expertise that has been kept for ages. When it comes to design, materials, and ornamentation, Uzbekistan's applied art is diverse. Some ancient genres include silk, pottery, and cotton weaving, stone and wood carving, metal engraving, leather stamping, calligraphy, and miniature painting. Embroidery, carpet weaving, and miniature painting have all been revived in both their traditional and modern forms. Uzbek jewelers continue to use old techniques for cutting gemstones, grain filigree, granular work, engraving, and enameling today.