Results for: tajikistan Search Results
Family Filter:
0:30
free Football streaming - *******tinyurl****/72fqyve - Go here to download your pda (Football) tv app - *******tinyurl****/3hhu8xc - Uzbekistan v, Tajikistan Online , Thailand v, Australia 2011 , Saudi Arabia v, Oman Live Streams , European Championship Qualifying , Croatia v, Turkey , Montenegro v, Czech Republic , Ireland v, Estonia , Portugal v, Bosnia-Herzegovina , World Cup Qualifying - CONMEBOL , Colombia v, Argentina , Live Soccer Streaming , Soccer Online Streaming , Online Soccer Streaming , Football, Live Streaming , Live Football, Streaming , Ecuador v, Peru , Chile v, Paraguay , Venezuela v, Bolivia , World Cup Qualifying - CONCACAF , El Salvador v, Suriname , Trinidad & Tobago v, Guyana , Panama v, Dominica , Canada v, St. Kitts and Nevis
15 Nov 2011
171
Share Video

0:56
to view on your pc - *******tinyurl****/watch-soccer-tv-here/?Watch-Soccer-Live-2011 to view on your mobile - *******tinyurl****/Soccer-Mobile-tv/?Watch-Soccer-on-mobile-Live-2011 - (-tgs))) Comercial FC v, São Paulo at TBD , Caxias v, São José-POA at 20:00 , Cruzeiro POA v, Internacional at 22:30 , Pelotas v, Santa Cruz at 23:30 , Cerámica v, São Luiz at 23:30 , Novo Hamburgo v, Ulbra at 23:30 , Gremio v, Ypiranga AP at Feb 9, 00:50 , Resende v, Nova Iguaçu at 21:00 , Madureira v, Flamengo at 23:50 , Duque de Caxias v, Bangú at 21:00 , Football Matches Today Results , Football Matches Today Live , Football Matches Today International , All Football Matches Today , Live Football Matches Today , Volta Redonda v, CR Vasco da Gama at 23:30 , Boavista v, Friburguense at 23:30 , Fluminense FC v, Americano at Feb 9, 02:00 , Japan v, Uzbekistan at Saitama Stadium 2002 10:30 GMT, Fixtures , Australia v, Saudi Arabia Webcast at 9:30 GMT, Scores , Oman v, Thailand at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex 9:30 GMT, Results , Bahrain v, Indonesia at National Stadium 13:30 GMT, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Iran v, Qatar at Azadi 13:30 GMT, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Jordan v, China Football, World Cup Qualifying, AFC Live , Singapore v, Iraq Football, World Cup Qualifying, AFC Fixtures , Kuwait v, South Korea Football, World Cup Qualifying, AFC Scores , Lebanon v, United Arab Emirates Football, World Cup Qualifying, AFC Results , Soccer Tv , Football Tv , Trueonlinetv , Soccer.trueonlinetv , Soccer Live , North Korea v, Tajikistan Football, Live World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Uzbekistan v, Japan Football, Fixtures World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Saudi Arabia v, Australia Football, Scores World Cup Qualifying, AFC ,
29 Feb 2012
92
Share Video

0:54
to view on your computer - *******tinyurl****/watch-soccer-tv-here/?Watch-Soccer-Live-2976 to view on your cell phone - *******tinyurl****/Soccer-Mobile-tv/?Watch-Soccer-on-mobile-Live-2976 - (-tgs))) North Korea vs., Tajikistan statistics and news, Live World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Uzbekistan vs., Japan statistics and news, Fixtures World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Saudi Arabia vs., Australia statistics and news, Scores World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Thailand vs., Oman statistics and news, Results World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Indonesia vs., Bahrain statistics and news, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Qatar vs., Iran statistics and news, World Cup Qualifying, AFC Football , China v, Jordan at Tianhe Stadium 8:00 GMT, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Iraq v, Singapore Webcast at 13:45 GMT, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , South Korea v, Kuwait at Seoul World Cup Stadium 12:00 GMT, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , United Arab Emirates v, Lebanon at Al Ahli Club 12:00 GMT, World Cup Qualifying, AFC , Football Live , Live Football , Soccer Tv , Football Tv , Trueonlinetv , Tajikistan v, North Korea Webcast at 8:00 GMT, Live , Japan v, Uzbekistan at Saitama Stadium 2002 10:30 GMT, Fixtures , Australia v, Saudi Arabia Webcast at 9:30 GMT, Scores ,
29 Feb 2012
128
Share Video

4:43
the Uighurs are currently struggling for human rights and possible liberation from people's republic of china for all turkic and non turkic people . uzbek kazakh kyrgyz tatar azeri turkiye turkmen tatarstan bashkorstan tuva ( extra tags: uigur freedom democracy CCP xinjiang PRC turkic world oppression of the people oil gas natural resources The Great Game world peace nuclear bomb tests lop nur urumqi kashgar turfan hotan ghulja crack down genocide cetral asia execution ) world countries: Afghanistan Albania Algeria Andorra Angola Antigua & Barbuda Argentina Armenia Australia Austria Azerbaijan Bahamas Bahrain Bangladesh Barbados Belarus Belgium Belize Benin Bhutan Bolivia Bosnia & Herzegovina Botswana Brazil Brunei Darussalam Bulgaria Burkina Faso Burma (Myanmar) Burundi Cambodia Cameroon Canada Cape Verde Central African Republic Chad Chile China Colombia Comoros Congo Congo, Democratic Republic of the Costa Rica Côte d'Ivoire Croatia Cuba Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Djibouti Dominica Dominican Republic Ecuador East Timor Egypt El Salvador England Equatorial Guinea Eritrea Estonia Ethiopia Fiji Finland France Gabon Gambia, The Georgia Germany Ghana Great Britain Greece Grenada Guatemala Guinea Guinea-Bissau Guyana Haiti Honduras Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Italy Jamaica Japan Jordan Kazakhstan Kenya Kiribati Korea, North Korea, South Kuwait Kyrgyzstan Laos Latvia Lebanon Lesotho Liberia Libya Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg Macedonia Madagascar Malawi Malaysia Maldives Mali Malta Marshall Islands Mauritania Mauritius Mexico Micronesia Moldova Monaco Mongolia Montenegro Morocco Mozambique Myanmar Namibia Nauru Nepal The Netherlands New Zealand Nicaragua Niger Nigeria Norway Northern Ireland Oman Pakistan Palau Palestinian State* Panama Papua New Guinea Paraguay Peru The Philippines Poland Portugal Qatar Romania Russia Rwanda St. Kitts & Nevis St. Lucia St. Vincent & The Grenadines Samoa San Marino São Tomé & Príncipe Saudi Arabia Scotland Senegal Serbia Seychelles Sierra Leone Singapore Slovakia Slovenia Solomon Islands Somalia South Africa Spain Sri Lanka Sudan Suriname Swaziland Sweden Switzerland Syria Taiwan Tajikistan Tanzania Thailand Togo Tonga Trinidad & Tobago Tunisia Turkey Turkmenistan Tuvalu Uganda Ukraine United Arab Emirates United Kingdom United States Uruguay Uzbekistan Vanuatu Vatican City (Holy See) Venezuela Vietnam Western Sahara* Wales Yemen Zaire Zambia Zimbabwe (more)
2 Jul 2007
2432
Share Video

1:26
Relentless in his pursuit to save endangered species across the globe since 1952, the world’s pre-eminent field biologist, George B. Schaller, Ph.D., has been named the 2008 recipient of the Indianapolis Prize, the world’s leading award for animal conservation. In recognition for his lifetime achievements, Dr. Schaller will receive $100,000 and the Lilly Medal at a gala ceremony presented by the AES Corporation and hosted by award-winning actress and environmentalist Jane Alexander on Sept. 27, 2008, in Indianapolis. As Senior Conservationist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, Dr. Schaller’s successes are numerous, including his recent work with the endangered Tibetan antelope or chiru – at times slaughtered for its exquisite wool used to make shahtoosh shawls. He trekked a thousand miles across Tibet’s rugged Chang Tang Reserve to study the chiru, wild yak and other wildlife and make recommendations to the Chinese government. Schaller now strives to save Marco Polo sheep, snow leopards and other wildlife and assist the nomadic local people in achieving a measure of harmony between rangelands, livestock and wildlife. He is also working to create an international peace park in the four corners of Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and Tajikistan. To view Multimedia News Release, go to *******www.prnewswire****/mnr/indianapoliszoo/32853/
14 May 2008
1447
Share Video

3:16
News from Beijing Olympics and AFC cup final between India and Tajikistan. For more news, information, and updates log on to www.headlinesindia****
13 Aug 2008
1028
Share Video

3:35
Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
14 Sep 2008
1898
Share Video

4:09
Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
1 Jan 2010
2736
Share Video

3:45
Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
14 Sep 2008
652
Share Video

3:19
Introduction The Uyghurs are the native people of East Turkestan, also known as Sinkiang or Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. The latest Chinese census gives the present population of the Uyghurs estimate according to Chinese official statement 8,345,622 million. But the Uyghurs estimate themselves more than 20 millions. There are also 500,000 Uyghurs in West Turkestan mostly known as Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan and Tajikistan . Almost 75,000 Uyghurs have their homes in Pakistan, Afghanistan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Europe and the United States. The Chinese sources indicate that the Uyghurs are the direct descendants of the Huns. Ancient Greek, Iranian, and Chinese sources placed Uyghurs with their tribes, and sub-tribes in the vast area between the west banks of the Yellow River in the east, Eastern Turkestan in the west, and in the Mongolian steppe in the northeast as early as 300 B.C.. Early History Uyghur Empire After the fall of the Kokturk Empire in Central Asia, the Uyghurs established their true state Uyghur empire in 744, with the city of Karabalgasun, on the banks of the Orkhun River, as its capital. After the death of Baga Tarkan in 789 and specially after that of his successor, Kulug Bilge Khagan in 790, Uyghur power and prestige declined. The Ganzhou Uyghur Kingdom The Kanchou (Ganzhou) Uyghur Kingdom, which was established in today's Gansu province of China, in 850. Several thousand of these Uyghurs still live in the Kansu (Gansu) area under the name yellow Uyghurs or Yugurs, preserving their old Uyghur mother tongue and their ancient Yellow sect of Lamaist Buddhism. The Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the northern part of Khan Tengri (Tianshan Mountains) in East Turkestan established the Karakhoja Uyghur Kingdom (Qocho) near the present day city of Turfan (Turpan), in 846. The Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom The Uyghurs living in the southern part of Khan Tengri, established the Karakhanid Uyghur Kingdom in 840 with the support of other Turkic clans like the Karluks, Turgish and the Basmils, with Kashgar as its capital. In 934, during the rule of Satuk Bughra Khan, the Karakhanids embraced Islam 19 . Thus, in the territory of East Turkestan two Uyghur kingdoms were set up: the Karakhanid, who were Muslims, and the Karakhojas, who were Buddhists.In 1397 this Islamic and Buddhist Uyghur Kingdoms merged into one state and maintained their independence until 1759. Manchu Invasion The Manchus who set up a huge empire in China, invaded the Uyghur Kingdom of East Turkestan in 1759 and dominated it until 1862. In 1863, the Uyghurs were successful in expelling the Manchus from their motherland, and founded an independent kingdom in 1864. The money for the Manchu invasion was granted by the British Banks. After this invasion, East Turkestan was given the name Xinjiang which means "new territory" or "New Dominion" and it was annexed into the territory of the Manchu empire on November 18,1884. Chinese communist rule In 1911, the Nationalist Chinese, overthrew Manchu rule and established a republic. Twice, in 1933 and 1944, the Uyghurs were successful in setting up an independent East Turkestan Republic. But these independent republics were overthrown by the military intervention and political intrigues of the Soviet Union. It was in fact the Soviet Union that proved deterrent to the Uyghur independence movement during this period. In 1949 Nationalist Chinese were defeated by the Chinese Communists. After that, Uyghurs fell under Chinese Communist rule. Uyghur Civilization At the end of the 19th and the first few decades of the 20th century, scientific and archaeological expeditions to the region along the Silk Road in East Turkestan led to the discovery of numerous Uyghur cave temples, monastery ruins, wall paintings, statues, frescoes, valuable manuscripts, documents and books. Members of the expedition from Great Britain, Sweden, Russia, Germany, France, Japan, and the United States were amazed by the treasure they found there, and soon detailed reports captured the attention on an interested public around the world. The relics of these rich Uyghur cultural remnants brought back by Sven Hedin of Sweden, Aurel Stein of Great Britain, Gruen Wedel and Albert von Lecoq from Germany, Paul Pelliot of France, Langdon Warner of the United States, and Count Ottani from Japan can be seen in the Museums of Berlin, London, Paris, Tokyo, Leningrad and even in the Museum of Central Asian Antiquities in New Delhi. The manuscripts, documents and the books discovered in Eastern Turkestan proved that the Uyghurs had a very high degree of civilization. This Uyghur power, prestige and civilization which dominated Central Asia for more than a thousand years went into a steep decline after the Manchu invasion of East Turkestan, and during the rule of the Nationalist and specially during the rule of the Communist Chinese.
12 Sep 2009
1451
Share Video

4:06
Thailand Dance - 23rd April Kids Festival 2008 April International Children Festival 2008 23 Nisan Ulusal Egemenlik ve Çocuk Bayramı Participants: ALBANIA AZERBAIJAN BELARUS BOSNIA -- HERZEGOVINA BULGARIA CHINA CROATIA EGYPT GEORGIA GERMANY HUNGARY INDIA IRAQ JAPAN KOSOVO KYRGYZSTAN LITHUANIA MACEDONIA MEXICO MOLDOVA MOROCCO NIGERIA PALESTINE ROMANIA RUSSIAN FEDERATION SENEGAL SERBIA SLOVAKIA SLOVENIA SUDAN TAJIKISTAN THAILAND TURKEY TURKISH REPUBLIC OF NORTHERN CYPRUS TURKMENISTAN UKRAINE UKRAINE CRIMEA REPUBLIC UNITED STATES OF AMERICA VENEZUELLA
18 Sep 2008
594
Share Video

3:47
Tajik girl in Khorasan..hahaha..Afghanistan Persian, Dari and Tajiki. Pashto Pakhto Pashtun pashtoon pakhtun are the nomadic and tribal people who are synanymous with Taliban and they live in southern Khorasan (afghanistan) and they make up about one quarter of the population while the rest of the country is farsi speaker or farsi zabans. Awghanistan Pashto song, its also Pashtoon, Pakhtoon, Pakhtun, Pashtun, Pakhto khurasan khorasan khorasani ahmad shah massoud panjshir parwan kapisa mazar takhar badakhshan baghlan kunduz salang kabul logar paktia paktika kunar wardak kandahar khost helmand ghazni laghman karzai farsi dari parsi hazaragi pashto pashtun pakhtu pakhto pashtoon pakhtun peshawar zazai mangal zadran tajiki tajikistan samarqand bukhara taliban ariana aryana bayat afghanmellat malalay joya gailani mojadidi wardak bamiyan bagram samangan sayyaf rabbani rashid dostam dustom abdul ali mazari qanoni marshal abdul qasim fahim abdullah abdullah khalili latif pedram ahmad zahir nashinas farhad darya ehsan aman afghanistan afghan afghani afghanistani kabul ghazni bamiyan balkh kunduz takhar badakhshan panjshir parwan kapisa khost paktia pa afghanistan afghan afghani afghanistani kabul ghazni bamiyan balkh kunduz takhar badakhshan panjshir parwan kapisa khost paktia paktika baghlan jawozjan faryab shiberghan andkhoi akhcha ghor badghis herat helmand farah nimroz kandahar helmand peshawar mullah omar taliban karzai zahir shah abdali pashtoon pashtun pakhtun pakhtoon pukhtun zazai mangal zadran laghman shinwari uzbek hazara hazaragi uzbekistan tajik tajiki tajikistan samarqand bukahra hamid karzai ahmad shah massoud masood qanooni mohaqiq khalili marshal fahim iran persian mazar farsi parsi dari khorasan khurasan khorasani aryana arian aria ahmad zahir farhad darya ehsan aman nashinas buxara bukhara boxara bokhara Ariana Aryana Khorasan Khoorasan Afghanistan Afgan Afghan andarab shahnameh shahnama ferdousi ferdowsi tazhik tajik tadjik Tojik Tojikiston Iron Kurd Arab Palestine Terrorist Terrorism criminal America Los angeles San francisco Pakistan Mongols Mughul Uzbek Uzbak Uzbekistan Turkmen Turkmenistan Shindand Kabul Kabol Karzai Badakhshi Massoud Masood Masoud Ahmad Shah ghor ghorband Aria Heraiva Beruni Khayyam Mawlana Rumi Mevlana Persian Parsian Khorasan Afghani Afghan Afghanistani Awgho Awghani Owghan Owghoo Termez Uzbeg Uzbak Uzbek Boxoro Samarkand Khiva Khaharezm Greater Khorasan consisted of Tajikistan, Samarqand Bukhara, Balkh, Takhar, Badakhshan, Parwan kapisa panjshir samangan faryab kunduz kabul ghazni bamiyan herat kandahar helmand farah nemroz ghor etc. and the people of greater khorasan speak Farsi which is the same as Parsi, Persian, Dari and Tajiki. Pashto Pakhto Pashtun pashtoon pakhtun are the nomadic and tribal people who are synanymous with Taliban and they live in southern Khorasan (afghanistan) and they make up about one quarter of the population while the rest of the country is farsi speaker or farsi zabans. Awghanistan Pashto song, its also Pashtoon, Pakhtoon, Pakhtun, Pashtun, Pakhto khurasan khorasan khorasani ahmad shah massoud panjshir parwan kapisa mazar takhar badakhshan baghlan kunduz salang kabul logar paktia paktika kunar wardak kandahar khost helmand ghazni laghman karzai farsi dari parsi hazaragi pashto pashtun pakhtu pakhto pashtoon pakhtun peshawar zazai mangal zadran tajiki tajikistan samarqand bukhara taliban ariana aryana bayat afghanmellat malalay joya gailani mojadidi wardak bamiyan bagram samangan sayyaf rabbani rashid dostam dustom abdul ali mazari qanoni marshal abdul qasim fahim abdullah abdullah khalili latif pedram ahmad zahir nashinas farhad darya ehsan aman afghanistan afghan afghani afghanistani kabul ghazni bamiyan balkh kunduz takhar badakhshan panjshir parwan kapisa khost paktia pa afghanistan afghan afghani afghanistani kabul ghazni bamiyan balkh kunduz takhar badakhshan panjshir parwan kapisa khost paktia paktika baghlan jawozjan faryab shiberghan andkhoi akhcha ghor badghis herat helmand farah nimroz kandahar helmand peshawar mullah omar taliban karzai zahir shah abdali pashtoon pashtun pakhtun pakhtoon pukhtun zazai mangal zadran laghman shinwari uzbek hazara hazaragi uzbekistan tajik tajiki tajikistan samarqand bukahra hamid karzai ahmad shah massoud masood qanooni mohaqiq khalili marshal fahim iran persian mazar farsi parsi dari khorasan khurasan khorasani aryana arian aria ahmad zahir farhad darya ehsan aman nashinas buxara bukhara boxara bokhara Ariana Aryana Khorasan Khoorasan Afghanistan Afgan Afghan Awghani Owghan Owghoo Termez Uzbeg Uzbak Uzbek Boxoro Samarkand Khiva Khaharezm Mowlana Mevlana, originalafghan wahidjon zanzirgul toorzazai zazitoor gardez11 gulagha rizeofgreatpashtuns
19 Dec 2008
6050
Share Video

2:55
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) has launched a new satellite TV channel- a Farsi language service for viewers primarily in Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan. It will broadcast news and programmes on the arts and sport seven days a week.
15 Jan 2009
958
Share Video

1:28
*******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot**** Global Peace Message is the best free blog on the internet that truly strive to dedicate to a peaceful planet. Please submit or send your most creative ideas comments suggestions action projects proposals festival events campaigns avenue website portal to achieve effective and lasting world peace 24hours365days. Global peace message is a free blog dedicated to a peaceful planet with most creative ideas comments suggestions action projects proposals festival events campaigns forum seminar talks conference symposium discussion to achieve effective and lasting world peace launch 24hours365days. Global peace festival nation country worldwide news free blog dedicated to a peaceful planet with most creative ideas comments suggestions action projects proposals festival up-coming latest news events campaigns launching to achieve effective and lasting world peace 24hours365days. *******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot**** *******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot**** *******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot**** Afghanistan Kabul Albania Tirane Algeria Algiers Andorra Andorra la Vella Angola Luanda Antigua and Barbuda Saint John's Argentina Buenos Aires Armenia Yerevan Australia Canberra Austria Vienna Azerbaijan Baku The Bahamas Nassau Bahrain Manama Bangladesh Dhaka Barbados Bridgetown Belarus Minsk Belgium Brussels Belize Belmopan Benin Porto-Novo Bhutan Thimphu Bolivia La Paz Sucre Bosnia and Herzegovina Sarajevo Botswana Gaborone Brazil Brasilia Brunei Bandar Seri Begawan Bulgaria Sofia Burkina Faso Ouagadougou Burundi Bujumbura Cambodia Phnom Penh Cameroon Yaounde Canada Ottawa Cape Verde Praia Central African Republic Bangui Chad N'Djamena Chile Santiago China Beijing Colombia Bogota Comoros Moroni Congo Republic of the Brazzaville Congo Democratic Republic of the Kinshasa Costa Rica San Jose Cote d'Ivoire Yamoussoukro Abidjan Croatia Zagreb Cuba Havana Cyprus Nicosia Czech Republic Prague Denmark Copenhagen Djibouti Djibouti Dominica Roseau Dominican Republic Santo Domingo East Timor Timor-Leste Dili Ecuador Quito Egypt Cairo El Salvador San Salvador Equatorial Guinea Malabo Eritrea Asmara Estonia Tallinn Ethiopia Addis Ababa Fiji Suva Finland Helsinki France Paris Gabon Libreville The Gambia Banjul Georgia Tbilisi Germany Berlin Ghana Accra Greece Athens Grenada Saint George's Guatemala Guatemala City Guinea Conakry Guinea-Bissau Bissau Guyana Georgetown Haiti Port-au-Prince Honduras Tegucigalpa Hungary Budapest Iceland Reykjavik India New Delhi Indonesia Jakarta Iran Tehran Iraq Baghdad Ireland Dublin Israel Jerusalem Italy Rome Jamaica Kingston Japan Tokyo Jordan Amman Kazakhstan Astana Kenya Nairobi Kiribati Tarawa Atoll Korea, North Pyongyang Korea, South Seoul Kosovo Pristina Kuwait Kuwait City Kyrgyzstan Bishkek Laos Vientiane Latvia Riga Lebanon Beirut Lesotho Maseru Liberia Monrovia Libya Tripoli Liechtenstein Vaduz Lithuania Vilnius Luxembourg Luxembourg Macedonia Skopje Madagascar Antananarivo Malawi Lilongwe Malaysia Kuala Lumpur Maldives Male Mali Bamako Malta Valletta Marshall Islands Majuro Mauritania Nouakchott Mauritius Port Louis Mexico Mexico City Micronesia, Federated States Palikir Moldova Chisinau Monaco Monaco Mongolia Ulaanbaatar Montenegro Podgorica Morocco Rabat Mozambique Maputo Myanmar BurmaRangoon Yangon Naypyidaw Nay Pyi Taw Namibia Windhoek Nauru Yaren Nepal Kathmandu Netherlands Amsterdam The Hague New Zealand Wellington Nicaragua Managua Niger Niamey Nigeria Abuja Norway Oslo Oman Muscat Pakistan Islamabad Palau Melekeok Panama Panama City Papua New Guinea Port Moresby Paraguay Asuncion Peru Lima Philippines Manila Poland Warsaw Portugal Lisbon Qatar Doha Romania Bucharest Russia Moscow Rwanda Kigali Saint Kitts and Nevis Basseterre Saint Lucia Castries Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Kingstown Samoa Apia San Marino San Marino Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome Saudi Arabia Riyadh Senegal Dakar Serbia Belgrade Seychelles Victoria Sierra Leone Freetown Singapore Singapura Slovakia Bratislava Slovenia Ljubljana Solomon Islands Honiara Somalia Mogadishu South Africa Pretoria Cape Town Bloemfontein Spain Madrid Sri Lanka Colombo Sri Jayewardenepura Kotte Sudan Khartoum Suriname Paramaribo Swaziland Mbabane Sweden Stockholm Switzerland Bern Syria Damascus Taiwan Taipei Tajikistan Dushanbe Tanzania Dar es Salaam; Dodoma Thailand Bangkok Togo Lome Tonga Nuku'alofa Trinidad and Tobago Port-of-Spain Tunisia Tunis Turkey Ankara Turkmenistan Ashgabat Tuvalu Vaiaku village, Funafuti province Uganda Kampala Ukraine Kyiv United Arab Emirates Abu Dhabi United Kingdom London United States of America Washington D.C. Uruguay Montevideo Uzbekistan Tashkent Vanuatu Port-Vila Vatican City (Holy See) Vatican City Venezuela Caracas Vietnam Hanoi Yemen Sanaa Zambia Lusaka Zimbabwe Harare. *******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot**** *******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot**** *******www.GlobalPeaceMessage.Blogspot****
28 Feb 2010
999
Share Video

9:46
Location: Afghanistan - Afghanistan is a landlocked country at the crossroads of Asia. Generally considered a part of Central Asia, it is sometimes ascribed to a regional bloc in either the Middle East or South Asia, as it has cultural, ethno-linguistic, and geographic links with most of its neighbors. It is bordered by Iran in the west, Pakistan in the south and east, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan and Tajikistan in the north, and the People's Republic of China to the east.
14 Feb 2009
509
Share Video

1:46
<b>Afghan</b> Pashton <b>girls dance</b> - Balochi Partyislam muslim kabul balkh herat mazar <b>afghan</b> afghanistani panjshir kandahar farsi khorasan tajik hazara pashto pashtun hamid karzai ahmad shah masood massoud iran tajikistan tajik parwan kapisa helmand kandahar khost paktia paktika ghazni ghor badakhshan kunduz kabuli khurasani tolo tv ariana tv khorasan tv hamid qaderi habib qaderi ehsan aman farhad darya wahid qasimi wahid saberi naghma mangal nashinas gul zaman peshawar <b>Afghanistan afghan afghani</b> ...
9 Mar 2009
6480
Share Video