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As a rudiment of ancient magical rituals, carols and bounties called on the gods (pagan "Oy Dazhdbozhe!", transformed into "Oh God!") to give the master (or mistress, servant, girl) good health and economic prosperity (which in ancient times was the obverse and reverse of the same medal), associated with a good harvest, favorable conditions for cultivating the land, profits for the lord (especially livestock). By means of artistic similes, epithets, metaphors, the owner, members of his family are glorified and praised, to whom they wish good fortune, health, love, good marriages, etc.


That is why we have those carolers, carols, kutyu and uzvar and much more. In ancient times, it was believed that the New Sun was born. And this is evidenced by such a carol, which has preserved pre-Christian symbols: "On the Light Tree, two little birds advise us how to establish this world, they dive to the bottom, pull out a stone from there and thus establish the World." And that is why many scholars support this point of view, that they sang hymns that glorify the birth of the New Sun, the birth of the New Year.

"Колядки" пеклись в Васильев вечер, адресуя хозяевам дома, а также отдельно хозяйке и ее дочери, или отцу семейства и сыну и т.д. Наиболее древние, языческие песни колядок связаны с темой магического роста природы и живности, поздние вобрали в себя и религиозные сюжеты:
Коляда, коляда!
А бывает коляда
В канун Рождества,
Коляда пришла,
Рождество принесло!