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http://ansmagazine.com/Spring07/Bukhara

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The Mangits (Manghits) were an Uzbek tribe who in the late eighteenth century gradually assumed power in Bukhara from the Janid dynasty. Numismatically, the Mangit dynasty of Bukhara began in AH 1200 (AD 1785) with the currency of Shah Murad. Following the Russian revolution, the Khanate of Bukhara became the Bukhara People’s Soviet Republic in AH 1339 (AD 1920). This was dissolved in 1924, and the territory was divided between the new Soviet Republics of Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan.


The mangits claimed descent from Genghis Khan. They became a protectorate of the russian empire and allowed to rule as sub monarchs, but were deposed by the soviets.

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Muhammad Rahim (AH 1167-1172; AD 1753-1758)
Shah Murad (AH 1200-1215; AD 1784-1801), son of Rahim
Haydar Tora (AH 1215-1242; AD 1800-1826), son of Murad
Husayn (AH 1242; AD 1826), the eldest son of Haydar
Nasr Allah (AH 1242-1277; AD 1826-1860), the youngest son of Haydar
Muzaffar al-Din (AH 1277-1303; AD 1860-1886), son of Nasr Allah
ʿAbd al-Ahad (AH 1303-1329; AD 1886-1910), son of Muzaffar
ʿAlim Khan (AH 1329-1338; AD 1910-1920), son of ʿAbd al-Ahad


http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/102315/history-of-Central-Asia/73546/The-Uzbeks#ref598553

http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/83938/Bukhara#ref87418

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emirate_of_Bukhara

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Manghit#Manghit_Dynasty

http://books.google.com/books?id=RSxt-JB-PDkC&pg=PA294&lpg=PA294&dq=mangit+dynasty&source=bl&ots=61t8X9oGoK&sig=mYGuxtbn5jb30dXu6nMIVWpUhI8&hl=en&sa=X&ei=0MSKUKOeOcj40gHqq4HYCQ&ved=0CFQQ6AEwCQ#v=onepage&q=mangit%20dynasty&f=false

http://books.google.com/books?id=e40vAAAAYAAJ&pg=PR17&lpg=PR17&dq=mangit+dynasty&source=bl&ots=383Bksk1mD&sig=4GkeiKdBVPy1mKn_8S0rI_4hAAM&hl=en&sa=X&ei=0MSKUKOeOcj40gHqq4HYCQ&ved=0CEgQ6AEwBg#v=onepage&q=mangit%20dynasty&f=false

http://archnet.org/library/sites/one-site.jsp?site_id=8348
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Since most people in Central Asia won't consider rejoining Russia, the three great khanates of Central Asia: Khanate of Kokand, Khanate of Khiva and Emirate of Bukhara, all should be restored even though their past borders don't take ethnic makeup into consideration.
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Since most people in Central Asia won't consider rejoining Russia, the three great khanates of Central Asia: Khanate of Kokand, Khanate of Khiva and Emirate of Bukhara, all should be restored even though their past borders don't take ethnic makeup into consideration.


Even today the current borders don't take ethnic makeup into composition. There are tajiks living in uzbekistan, uzbeks living in kyrghzstan, and stalin deported tons of peope to the place, messing up the demographics even more.

In the emirate of bukhara, uzbeks, tajiks, and jews used to live together without major problems.
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The three khanates took up mostly uzbekistan and tajikistan. Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan still don't have native monarchs, they were not organized states when they were taken over by russia.
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Who would be the claimants to those emirates?
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Who would be the claimants to those emirates?


There is an uzbek diaspora in Saudi Arabia who fled the Soviet takeover during the russian revolution, the royal families might be there.
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