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  1. 1. Uzbekistan Simply Irresistible! Short facts
  2. 2. India and Central Asia Various factors, such as historical relations, the strategic situation, the absence of ethnopsychological barrier, and economic potential, pave the way for the emergence of a unique relationship between India and Central Asian Republics (CARs) - Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan & Tajikistan. Central Asia is located adjacent to the Indian Subcontinent and offers a great potential for inbound and outbound tourism in the fields of MICE, business, fun & leisure, culture, religion, history, adventure and family travel. Being in the middle of the Eurasian continent, it is also one of the most convenient routes of transit.
  3. 3. Central Asia map
  4. 4. MICE destination Uzbekistan The Indian Subcontinent is also a part of the Great Silk Route. In the light of their proximity and geo-political situation, CARs and especially Uzbekistan will become partners in economic, cultural, and transport affairs that offer a huge potential for Corporate, Incentive, and Business travel and Tashkent city, as a regional hub, is an optimal MICE destination to hold Sales conferences, meetings and conventions for Multinationals and other organizations. Uzbekistan has always been a destination which has attracted the interest of millions all over the world over past thousands of years!
  5. 5. Wonderful Tashkent Europe Just 2,5 Hours Away! Tashkent being a new destination is not known and many people feel apprehensive. But at the same time it is difficult to see a person who came to Tashkent and did not fell in love with it. People and corporates when once decide to Visit Tashkent then they do not even think about other destinations. Why? It is Nearest Europe, least expensive Eurasian destination. It is small Moscow at the price of Thailand. Very relaxed and safe location for fun trips, a green, unpolluted city with gardens, parks and fountains, fresh air and clean & wide roads, cheap accommodations and good service, vibrant night life and Russian Ballet, Indian food, historical monuments and sanctuaries, peaceful & most hospitable people, various attractions and Oriental bazaars in which to shop combined with visiting historical cities of Samarkand & Bukhara and natural attractions of Chimgan mountain area. It is much more than many countries and MICE groups get what they can not even dream of getting in other destinations.
  6. 6. VISA to Uzbekistan Visa cheap and without problems. Formalities take 5-7 working days. Group visa (15 pax and more) consular fee is $ 15 ONLY (+$ 15 extra fee PER GROUP). Individual visa consular fee is $ 55. Visa support from is FREE for the groups of more than 10 pax, FIT visa support letter cost $ 25.
  7. 7. Indian food and Night Life in Tashkent There are 5 Indian restaurants in Tashkent and there is a special agreement of with some hotels to serve Indian food from Indian restaurants there. Lunch or Dinner average price is $ 10-14 per person. 2 show clubs and 5-7 the best centrally located Night Clubs represent the most beautiful girls on earth perform breath taking shows. Average entrance fee is $ 5-8 per person. Arabic dance and Russian/European show can be organized in Indian restaurants as well as at local Uzbek restaurants. 1 hour price for show appoximatelly $ 150.
  8. 8. Day time attractions in Tashkent and around During the day-time the following programs are to be provided to the tourists: Tashkent city excursion including visits to: Independence Square, Museum of Temurids, Khast Imam complex, Chor-Su Oriental Bazaar, Modern monuments ($ 5). Optionally Tashkent TV Tower (the 9th in the world) and Tashkent Metro the most beautiful in the world, Aqua park ($ 10) and Disneyland ($ 12), at evening time - Russian Opera and Ballet ($ 5). One day excursion around the most beautiful Charvak-Chimgan mountains, 85 km/2 hrs from Tashkent. The trip includes: 15/05- 15/09 water attractions on Charvak lake, 15/12-15/03 skiing in Chimgan/Beldersay resort. Chair lift (2,5 km long) is available in Beldersay a year round ($ 3). One day excursion to Samarkand (300 km/4 hrs to one way) by new A/C chair train. Both ways train ticket cost $ 30. City excursion including Reqistan square, Gur-Emir and Bibi-Khanum mausoleum ($ 15), Samarkand Wine Tasting ($ 8) and Carpet factory.
  9. 9. Remarkable shopping Magic Bukhara carpets (Samarkand carpet factory, street shops) Tasty dry fruits (Chor Su and Alaiski bazaars in Tashkent) Famous Blue pottery of Rishtan (street shops); Beautiful modern paintings (Art galleries, Tashkent Broadway) Shilajit is also one of authentic gifts to take home from Uzbekistan (recommended drug stores)
  10. 10. Strengths of Uzbek Land & Society Cleanliness Discipline Weather: Uzbeks feel lucky to enjoy all four seasons: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. Fruits, Vegetables, cotton. Extremely rich history, and contributions of Almutradi, Khorazmi, Nizami, Ulugbeg, Beruni, Babur, Navoi, Naqshbandi, Ismail Al Bukhari, Termizi, Ibne Sino, and Abdul Khaliq Gidivani to the humanity. People: Uzbeks, Russians, Koreans, Tatars, Armenians, Ukrainians, Georgians, Germans, Tajiks, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Azerbaijanis, Kurds, Turkmen, Iranians, and many more live here together for hundreds of years. Most friendly people: tourists attend marriage parties, visit Uzbek houses and experience the Uzbek hospitality even some times without invitation. While in Uzbekistan guests got the feeling of being welcomed where ever they went.
  11. 11. Strengths of Uzbek Land & Society Architecture: all the ancient monuments: Registan, Gur Emir, Kalyan Minar, Shah-E-Zinda, Bibi Khanum Mosque, Kalta Minor and many more are living symbols of a great heritage. The Taj Mahal, Badshahi Mosque and many monuments are based on Uzbek architecture. Amir Temur Museum, Navoi Theatre and many other buildings are also signs of the new dimensions of Uzbek architecture. Crime-free society, security and benefits of peace: Uzbekistan is a country where a foreigner can walk alone late into the night without fear of being attacked. No terrorism, no sectarianism, no racial tensions, no lawlessness. Hospitable, helpful people and a Government most concerned about the security and well being of its visitors.Political stability and security are the key conditions of the rapid development of tourism over the last few years. Irrigation system. Abundance of raw materials and other resources available and opportunities for Investment. The sacrifices of Uzbek nation during 2nd World War and its affects on the society.
  12. 12. Some features of Rule of Law and non politicized society Peace, security, cleanliness, trees planted in the desert, colleges being constructed in every village, movement during nights and days without any fear, and continuity of policies. Political stability, modern liberal tolerant society, rule of law, big parks, beautiful buildings, modern infrastructure.
  13. 13. India & Uzbekistan relations Indian people, who come to Uzbekistan, say that they fall in love with Uzbek cities, though it happens slowly. Many of them find our cities, and first of all Tashkent as very beautiful, green and clean. Wide and well asphalted streets, which are not crowded, absence of traffic jam, neat parks, trees, meadows, narrow irrigation channels throughout the whole city, serene, azure sky and nice, warm and friendly people. Uzbekistan has high traditions of welcoming its guests. Indian guests are usually overwhelmed by the warmth of the Uzbek hospitality. They are usually surprised how many Uzbek people love Indian songs and Bollywood stars. You can easily find somewhere on the shop-windows and house walls the posters of Shahrukh Khan or Rani Mukerji. If you go to bazaars, you can be welcomed by Uzbeks saying "Namaste" or by old Raj Kapoor's songs like "Mera joota hai Japani. Dil hai Hindustani"!! Every week at least three Hindi films are dubbed in Uzbek language and shown on the National Uzbek TV. They are very popular among youth as were to the older generation. People really love them, having many other favourite actors like Amitabh Bachchan, Amir Khan, Hrithik Roshan, Sridevi, Aiswarya Rai, Mithun Chakraborti, Priety Zinta.
  14. 14. India & Uzbekistan relations Once upon a time in Tashkent, the International Cinema Festival for Asian and African countries used to be held. Many of those famous old Bollywood stars were coming to our country. One of the biggest international projects, which were filmed in Uzbekistan, is still considered the Adventures of Ali-Baba and the Forty Thieves. It was produced in 1980 during the Soviet era by Uzbekfilm studio in collaboration with India (Ganem-Rlm and Eagle-Films studios). This great movie was one of the top-selling films of all times in Soviet Union a huge film empire at those times. It featured a bunch of both Soviet and Indian film stars. The Adventures of Ali-Baba and the Forty Thieves had almost 53 million viewers just during the 1980 year only in the USSR. Uzbekistan people know well and remember with great respect and warmth the outstanding Indian political leaders, poets and writers. There are 4 Tashkent streets named after Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Rabindranat Tagor and Lal Bahadur Shastri. In January 1966, to broker peace between India and Pakistan, Soviet Union mediated a meeting between Lal Bahadur Shastri and Ayub Khan in Tashkent, Uzbekistan - those times one of the Soviet Socialistic Republics. India and Pakistan signed the joint declaration under Soviet Union mediation here on January 10, 1966 and Lal Bahadur Shastri suddenly died of heart attack on the same night. After that occurrence, in the centre of Tashkent the Lal Bahadur Shastri Monument was erected. And you know what happened af