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thank you, Jewzic!
Wonderful pictures. Thanks.Just curious.Zey huben gegessen Kigel mit Chulent?
don't know about their cuisine, but I was surprised by the long peyos.
Oh what a zeese yingele.
The long peyos were most likely an import from Yemen. Due to the terrible Moslim oppression, the Jews in the Emirate of Bokhara were during the 18th century in a bad spiritual shape and lost most of their traditions. A Yemenite Rabbi named Zecharia ben Matzliach visited Bukhara and decided to stay there and teach Torah. His mission was very successful, but not much later he was replaced by Moroccan-born Rabbi Yosef Maimon (1741-1822) who's influence on the Bukharian Jews (liturgy and customs) still present.
Ask the niassoff family in chabad, theyre from tashkent/samarkand.
ShmerelThe father of the Niyazovs just passed away,he took it all to his grave
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