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The Jews of Uzbekistan can be divided into two categories: the Ashkenazim who came to the region from other parts of the Soviet Union during Soviet rule and sometimes earlier, and the indigenous Bukharan community, which has its own Tajik-Jewish dialect, and which traces its roots back many centuries.
Bukharans account for almost the entire community in Samarkand.
Mohibir’Yon (Fried Fish) Ingredients Directions Garlic Sauce In a metal dish, using a wooden pestle, pound garlic and salt to a paste. Wash fish chunks thoroughly, sprinkle with salt and let stand for 15-20 minutes in a basket or colander. In a Dutch oven, heat oil and add fish, inner side up.
A wide variety of passionate music by expatriate members of the Central Asian city of Bukhara mixes a dramatic Hassidic vocal style with Indian and Islamic instrumentals.
Most of the boys are wearing colorful traditional robes and skullcaps.
The teacher, whose dignified face is framed by a silver beard, is dressed in a simple dark robe and a fur hat.
For further rights information, see "Rights Information" below and the Rights and Restrictions Information page ( The Bukharians trace their history to the Jewish migration to the Persian Empire after the Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem in 586 B. Bukharian Jews immigrated en masse to the United States, particularly to Queens, and to Israel after the collapse of the Soviet Union, when Soviet-sponsored atheism gave way to a fear of Islamic fundamentalism.Uzbekistan's economy deteriorated, leaving few opportunities for its citizens.For preservation reasons, original negatives in the Matson Photograph Collection are not used for producing photographic copies.The Library arranged to digitize the negatives at a high resolution that is sufficient for most publication purposes.