Nowadays, there has been an open discourse on the cultural and social significance of national folklore and verifiable histories. To my mind, historical studies have shown a tremendous impact on the common knowledge of the past, which is completely valid for any community. However, I find that national folklore is much more important to the heritage of a particular nation or a certain region. Thus, multiple social studies scientists all around the world collect invaluable artifacts and other materials that are crucial in order to understand and appreciate different cultural communities and countries. That is why literary pieces that were created locally are quite meaningful to me and thousands of other people interested in reserving their cultural code.
Literary works of any region focus on the spiritual and moral values of a certain place. Through folklore, people understand the main traditions and mental connections between the folks who are connected on a metaphysical level. Moreover, in comparison to verifiable history, folklore is didactic and artistic, which is on a different level of complexity because every reader has to “decipher” the writing to make the text relatable and spiritually powerful. This characteristic cannot be applied tostatistics and proven facts that do not show the inner world of a person of a particular culture.
In addition, such traits of folklore as traditional clothing and customs, arts and festivals, musical stories, and proverbs have their own aesthetic role. The folklore has original poetics and unique beauty in its authenticity. In the aforementioned article by Myshkina, the study is dedicated to the Chuvash traditional literary and artistic works, which are quite beautiful and amusing for every human being, not just local people. In my opinion, the ability to attract others spiritually and mentally, to stay relatable and powerful after all these years, is a great characteristic of national folklore. Therefore, uniqueness, authenticity, and aesthetics are the main aspects of any cultural heritage.