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Vastu in Uzbekistan:
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As we heard that one vastu consultant in Trivandrum and one Vastu consultant in Kashmir, both are friends and tried to open up one office in Uzbekistan. Due to two reasons like the limited number of Indians and several Government formalities, they canceled their proposal. By hearing this incident one vastu consultant in Coimbatore and vastu consultants in Bangalore Indiranagar and vastu consultant in South delhi and one vastu expert in Hyderabad dropped their decision to try for the Uzbekistan visa. It's not easy to start a new office in unknown places. When starting the new office, first it is the most important thing that a survey should be properly done, otherwise, the huge loss will be the results.
By reading the above para, one may be thrilled, why these people are trying to settle in other countries. It's only because of a Vastu consultant means, he is ready to move to anywhere any time without fear. They can able to travel to any part of the world. They never care about the climatical conditions, political situations, business opportunities etc. Their thought may be consolidated, but we should appreciate their thought of entwined with the profession. Their trips may remain bleak but we should appreciate these vastu people daring ideas.
There are very few Indians in Uzbekistan, but most of them tried to take consultancy only from famous vastu consultant in India only, they never compromised. Thank you NRI's.
Uzbekistan Country Information
Uzbekistan is a Central Asian country located on the strategic crossroads. Physically the country is doubly landlocked (i.e. its neighboring countries are also landlocked) and is known for its Cultural heritage, historical cities with Muslim architect, cities of Samarkand and Bukhara, Mausoleums, diverse culture and friendly people.
The country was one of the Soviet states that came into being after the fall of Soviet Union. Bordering countries of Uzbekistan include Turkmenistan towards the Southwest, Kazakhstan towards the North, Afghanistan towards the South, Tajikistan towards the Southeast, and Kyrgyzstan towards the Northeast. The country has a growing and stable economy aided by strong abundant natural resources.
Uzbekistan’s history date back to thousands of years. First people to settle in the region were “Iranian Nomads” that came from the Northern regions. The date is predicted to be around the first millennium BC.
During this time, the modern cities of Samarkand and Bukhara were found which swiftly became one of the cultural and significant trade centers. Due to its strategic location, the Chinese also got interested and built the famous “Silk Route: in its locality. Some of the earliest states of the region are “Tokharian”, “Bactrian”, etc.
After the defeat of Persian Empire at the hands of Alexander in 327 BC, the regions came under the reign of Alexander for the short period of time. Later empires included the Sassanid empire, Kushan Empire, Greco-Bactrian Kingdom, Parthian Empire.
By the 8th century, the region fell towards the Muslim armies of Arabia and Muslims dominate the region since. Also, during the “Islamic Golden Age”, the scientists of Uzbekistan contributed much especially in fields of optics, poetry, philosophy, calligraphy, and astronomy.
In the 13th century, Mongol army under the infamous “Genghis Khan” attacked the region and that period is considered as dark in the history of Uzbekistan as cities were raised and people were massacred.
After the death of Genghis Khan, his successor “Chagatai Khan” ruled the region followed by Timor Lane. Although Timor used also brutal tactics similar to his ancestors, he did much for the infrastructure and betterment of the region. After his death, the empire split-up but the remains of his work can be still seen today.
In the 19th century, Uzbekistan was conquered by the Russian Empire during their push towards Central Asia. After the Russian Civil War, the region was transferred to the Soviet Union and remained under Soviet occupation till 1990. Also, thousands of Uzbeks recruited for the Red Army and died fighting against the Germans.
The geographic and environmental features of Uzbekistan are diverse deserts, plains to mountains and hills. Approx. 80% of its area is covered by the desert. This is the reason water shortage is one of the main environmental problems of the country.
Also, much of the water supplies were destroyed by opening chemical and industrial wastes in them, especially during the Soviet era. Instant steps are needed to be taken by the government, else the water will totally run out. The country has rich mineral resources and some of them include natural gas, petroleum, coal, gold, uranium, silver, copper, and lead.
Agriculture and manufacturing are the leading economic sectors aided by mining and mineral resources. Cotton is the main agricultural product. Other products include wheat, fruit, vegetables, and silk. Manufacturing industries include chemicals, textiles, food processing, and beverages.
Uzbeks are the main ethnic group in the country and account for approx. 80% of the total population while other groups include Russians, Tajiks, Kazakhs, and Tatars.
A large population of Jews was also present in the region but they left after the fall of the Soviet Union and only a few are left. Islam is the dominant religion of the country since its arrival in the 8th century.
Minorities of Jews, Christians, etc. also live in the country. Also, during the Soviet period, Religious freedom was not given to any individual. “Uzbek” is the official language of the country. Although Russian has no official significance, it still is spoken by a large number of people.
- Country Uzbekistan
- Capital City Tashkent
- Area:448,978 km²
- Population: 32,979,000
- Currency: Uzbekistani Som
- Official languages: Uzbek & Russian
- Demonym: Uzbek
- Government Unitary authoritarian presidential republic
- legislature Supreme Assembly
- Religions: Muslims, Christians, Others
- Time Zone: UZT (UTC+5)
- Drives on the right
- Dialing / Calling Code: +998
- Internet TLD .uz
- Uzbekistan National Bird Khumo
- Uzbekistan National Flower N/A
- Important Cities: Tashkent, Samarkand, Namangan, Andijan
- Famous Rivers Amu Darya, Syr Darya, Zeravshan River, Naryn River, Kara Darya, Chatkal River, Angren River, Chirchiq River
- Spiritual Places Registan, Ismail Samanid Mausoleum, Tillya Kori Madrasah, Shah-i-Zinda, Citadel Kunya-ark, Savitsky Museum, Kalon Minaret, Tosh-Hovli Palace
- Tourist Attractions: Khiva, Moynak, Bukhara, Ukhum, Shahrisabz, Kokand, Orom Lake, Nurata, Langar, Margilan, Fergana, Kasri Arifon
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