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  1. Treasure of Sarazm

    Posted 11 Jan 2011

    Treasure of Sarazm

    The oldest archaeological site in Central Asia, Sarazm, in northern Tajikistan, was recently designated a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Sarazm is located ten kilometers from the Tajik city of Penjikent and five kilometers east of the Uzbek city of Samarkand.

    A local resident discovered the remains of this archaeological site with a small hand ax in 1974. The excavations were later taken over by the archaeologist Abdualahjan Ishaqov, who led the excavations until 1997, at which point they were taken over by archaeologist Abdul Ra’uf, who has continued them under his leadership to the present day. These two archaeologists have worked in conjunction with archaeologists and researchers from Tajikistan, Russia, France and the United States unearthing relics and artifacts from Sarazm.

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  2. My Tajik Cousins

    Posted 11 Jan 2011

    Mahsa Hedayati

    In truth, my first reaction upon learning about an opportunity to live and work in Tajikistan was: “Where exactly is that again?” I had heard about Tajikistan in the past, mainly as one of the former-Soviet “stans”, but my limited understanding of the country was always linked to its relationship to Russia. A whole new world opened up for me once I came to realize that Tajikistan was historically part of Persia and that Tajik people until this day speak a version of Farsi. The more I learned about Tajikistan’s history, the less I felt as though I was moving to a foreign land. That brought a sense of much needed comfort to me.

    It was interesting because as soon as I landed in Dushanbe, and heard people speak in a language that my parents raised me with, I felt safe. I was also amazed to see how kind and hospitable Tajik people were to strangers including myself. Their warm character reminded me of my many visits to Iran. And it was wonderful to see that upon learning that I was Iranian, Tajiks throughout the country immediately treated me as one of their own. The way you treat a cousin you care for.

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    Nader Shah Icon

    11 Jan 2011 - 07:05
    Welcome back :)
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