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Bokhara:

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, city (1991 pop. 231,000), capital of Bukhara region, Uzbekistan, in the Zeravshan River valley. On the Shkhrud irrigation canal system, it is the center of a large cotton district and has textile mills as well as cotton-ginning industries and a large karakul skin
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, Uzbekistan.

Bukhara

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1. a city in S Uzbekistan. Pop.: 299 000 (2005 est.)
2. a former emirate of central Asia: a powerful kingdom and centre of Islam; became a territory of the Soviet Union (1920) and was divided between the former Uzbek, Tajik, and Turkmen Soviet Socialist Republics
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An exotic vegetarian kofta is the aloo bokhara kofta (plum kofta) which encases a pitted dried plum.
Presently, Pakistan-made hand knotted woolen carpets in Bokhara, Chobi, Jaldar, Balochi, Sootri, Persian and Kazakh designs are gaining attention of customers the world over for their high quality and unmatchable prices.
Presently, -made hand knotted woolen carpets in Bokhara, Chobi, Jaldar, Balochi, Sootri, Persian and Kazakh designs are gaining attention of customers the world over for their high quality and unmatchable prices.
The development of the educational movement at its first stage was based on the ideas of the unordinary personalities--the immigrants fromTurkestan, Bokhara, Khiva, and the Caucasus.
In 1826, Prince Kamran, the ruler of Bokhara, Balkh and Herat, and the Nizam of Hyderabad sent their envoys with lots of presents to the Sikh monarch.
Total (all out) 154 Bowling: A King 1-32, A Wilkin 1-26, W Pike 2-25, M Kerswell 3-33, O Page 1-22 GREENSIDE C Townsend b Singh 9, W Pike c Bokhara b Singh 9, A Scott b Singh 4, D Stephenson lbw Singh 19, C Fellows b Singh 8, R Karan c Moss b Butt 25, R Whitfield c Desai b butt 3, O Page c Desai b butt 0, M Kerswell run out 9, A Wilkin b Bokhara 2, A King not out 0.
Merv was a base of operations for Muslim commander Qutayba ibn Muslim for conquests in Central Asia i.e., Balkh, Bokhara, Fergana, Khorasan.
The Revolution in Central Asia: The Struggle for Power in Holy Bokhara. Labour Monthly, 6(7), 403-410.
The story tells what happened when Bahaudin el-Shah, great teacher of the Naqshbandi dervishes (members of a Muslim, specifically Sufi, religious order who have taken vows of poverty and austerity) met a colleague in the great square of Bokhara, an ancient city in the central Asian country of Uzbekistan.
Both Samarkand and Bokhara, are rich and full of historical references and after being subdued for long time emerging again to renew and revive their true and proper identity.
Within the manor is the award-winning Bokhara Brasserie specialising in Indian cuisine.