Bokhara


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Bo·kha·ra

 (bō-kär′ə, -KHä′rə)

Bokhara

(bʊˈxɑːrə)
n
(Placename) a variant spelling of Bukhara

Bu•kha•ra

(bʊˈkɑr ə, bu-)

also Bokhara



n.
1. a city in S central Uzbekistan, W of Samarkand. 236,000.
2. a former khanate in SW Asia: now incorporated into Uzbekistan.
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I left the road and went around through a stretch of pasture that was always cropped short in summer, where the gaillardia came up year after year and matted over the ground with the deep, velvety red that is in Bokhara carpets.
"O, my uncle, this cloth knew not the weavers of Samarkand, and those colours were never made in the vats of Bokhara."
To the west, Bokhara, and, even to the south and west, Afghanistan, were swallowed up.
He also informed that a visit of the Universities of Samarkand and Bokhara has also been conducted by him to see the possibilities of mutual cooperation in the fields of education and research.
Washington, Victoria, Santa Rosa and Bokhara are varieties of which vegetable?
By the time the Mongols appeared on the scene in early 13th century, the great centres of Muslim learning and civilization - Samarkand, Bokhara, Rey, Nishapur, Merv, Baghdad - were already in decline.
A quirky or even comicstrip-like inclusion led to patterned incorporations of a tank or helicopter amidst the traditional forested shikargah designs, the many abstracted blossoms of Turkmen and Bokhara rugs, or the more typical floral sprays from a guldasta or chaharbagh.
Uzbek Ambassador also highlighted the historic, cultural and tourism importance of this city and told that Tashkent and Bokhara were historic cities which had also played an important role in the regional and global politics.
| 103-105 Woodville Road, Cathays, Cardiff www.thebalticuisine.co.uk, Tel: 029 2022 8863 Bokhara Brasserie, Bridgend While tucked away down a country road, and requiring a keen eye to spot it when travelling in the dark, Bokhara Brasserie is an absolute gem you will be glad you made the effort of seeking out when you find it.
| 103-105 Woodville Road, Cathays, Cardiff www.thebalticuisine.co.uk Tel: 029 2022 8863 BOKHARA BRASSERIE, BRIDGEND While tucked away down a country road, and requiring a keen eye to spot it when travelling in the dark, Bokhara Brasserie is an absolute gem you will be glad you made the effort of seeking out when you find it.
Sit down at the award-winning Bokhara Brasserie for sumptuous Indian cuisine or choose from an alternative menu, and then enjoy breakfast the following morning, with locally-sourced produce on your plate.