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The Bukharian Jewish Community Center at 106-16 70th Avenue and the Beth Gavriel Bukharian Jewish Center are two large and influential synagogues that offer a multitude of classes and services to the community.

Although there is a more substantial literature on Bukharian history and culture, the language has been little-researched.Some of the most important studies are in Russian, dating to the Soviet period, including I.Linguist Chana Tolmas, a researcher in Israel, recently published an article on “Hebrew-Aramaic Elements in Judeo-Tajik”.Several dictionaries and textbooks have been published over the last century, beginning with the The Bukharian community in Queens, centered on the neighborhoods of Forest Hills and Rego Park, is one of the largest and most active in the world, with an estimated 40-50,000 people.In Brick Underground's Immigrant New York column we celebrate the immigrant enclaves that make our city the vibrant metropolis it is.

We're proud of our melting pot—a mixture of cultures, languages and customs from around the world.Bukhori is classified by linguists as a Southwestern Iranian language, closely related to Tajik and, at more distance, to modern Persian, all stemming from Classical Persian.Terms of religious and cultural significance often derive from Hebrew or Aramaic, and the language also reflects extensive contact with speakers of Turkic languages, particularly Uzbek.Little detailed linguistic research has been carried out, almost none in recent years or in English.Bukhori remains vital, the everyday language of a global diaspora used in many different contexts, but its long-term future is in doubt, as fewer young people speak the language.As Zhanna Shiman, associate broker at Asking Price Realty, explains in chilling detail, her family was forced to leave the Soviet Union in 1989 “due to a war between Uzbeks and Turks….