An Inquiry into Bukharan Qadimism by Franz Wennberg

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Dushanbe: Irfon, 1994. Gliishan-i riiz. Bukhara: Mulla Sultan ibn Mulla Sabir BukharT, 1908. Bemari, A. "Dzhedidy," Turkestanskil kur 'er. [Tashkent] 195 (1910). Jiim;"-yi gulzar. Tashkent: Gulam' Khasan' Arifdzhanov, 1911. (BihbiidT) Ma\:1miid Khwaja. "MuIa1)i~a," Ayna [Samarkand] (20th August, 1913). Jiimi"-yi gulziir (Turkic version). , inv. no. 5729. 111111 Damla, Ikram. Risiila-yi Carabiya dar bayan-i chihil f:ziiliit dar chihil barn-i munasakha ma'o bayan-i qavaCid-i an va risala-yi jarslya dar bayan-i bicfat-i mashhiiri mac bikayat-i ghariba va risiila-yi jarsi dar bayan-i vujiib-i satr-i nisa' va iiyiit-i diilllya bar iin.

Iny. no. 11073/11. Sharlfjan Makhdum, Mubammad. TQJjuma-yi a/:1val-i /:1ap'at-i viilidam (aba tharriihll ii aha II ajdiidishan. , iny. no. 1304. Nairn Norkulov's personal archive (Tashkent): Salimi Ughli, Mu\:1ammad Ra\:1ill1 Mu\:1ammad Salim. Unnamed ms dated July 1965, 33 folios. Tsentral'nyl gosudarstvennyi arkhiY Respubliki Uzbekistan (Tashkent): f. i-3, op. 2, d. 161 f. i-3, op. 2, d. 264 f. i-3, op. 2, d. 513, I. 194. p-46,op. 218,1. 1. Otchet 0 komandirovke v Bukharll I 'etom 1921 goda dolozhennyf v zasedanii Soveta Turkistanskogo vostochnogo 1nstituta 7 yulya 1921g.

And Uzbek death squads in late 1992 and early 1993. Similarly the Badakhshanls were killed because they could not pronounce the phoneme /h/. The Killab! solidarity networks which were to eventually unite the perestroika group Ashkiira with the local party committee in Kulab, strove to mobilize the inhabitants of Kulab in terms of an imagined community; such mobilizations would have been impossible in Bukhara, where the ethnonyms Khallan'i/Kiihisllinl and Tiimanl primarily signified student factions.

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