Tajik Air- Direct flight to Dushanbe from New Delhi

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Flights Operating at Present : Dushanbe - Delhi - Dushanbe.

Frequency : Once in a Week on Tuesdays.

Departure (from New Delhi): 4:20 PM       Arrival (at Dushanbe): 6:50 PM
Departure (from Dushanbe): 9:15 AM         Arrival (at New Delhi): 11:45 PM

Tajik Air provides direct flight to Dushanbe from New Delhi.

For booking, please mail us at info@tajikair.in or sales@aerospaceone.com
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Golden age of the Tajiks

The golden age of the Tajik nation is connected to the time of the Samanids, a period which gave an unprecedented rise to the genius and creativity of the people in science, art, literature and culture. The learning and culture, science and philosophy, which flourished during this period, not only linked together the past, present and future of the Tajik nation, they also bridged the gap between the civilization of the East and the West. There are such famous names as, Abu Ali Ibn Sina (Avicenna) – a world known scientist, Abu Abdollah Jafar Rudaki – the founder of Persian – Tajik literature, Abdul Qusim Firdawsi – the famous Persian-Tajik poet, Balkhami – the great vizier and thinker. It is hard to imagine that mathematics, natural sciences and philosophy could have reached the present day level of development had it not been for the discoveries and achievements made by Omar Khayam, Mohammed al Khorazmi, Nasr al-Farabi, Zakhari al-Razi, al-Biruni and many other scholars.

Tajikistan – Blessed with Nature and Rich History
The city is situated on the confluence of two rivers. Although archaeological remnants dating to the 5th century BC have been discovered in the area, there is little to suggest that Dushanbe was more than a small village until around 80 years ago. In 1920, the last Emir of Bukhara briefly took refuge in Dushanbe after being overthrown by the Bolshevik revolution. He fled to Afghanistan after the Red Army conquered the area the next year. Following the Red Army victory in Central Asia the village was upgraded to town in 1925 and made the capital of the newly created Tajik Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic (Tajik ASSR). After the transformation of Tajik ASSR to Tajik Soviet Socialist Republic (Tajik SSR) in 1929, Dyushambe was renamed Stalinabad, after Joseph Stalin. As part of Nikita Khrushchev’s de-Stalinization initiative, the city was renamed Dushanbe in 1961. Khazrati Shoh Mausolem located in Chorku, near Isfara, is the carved wood and dates back to 10th – 11th centuries. The magnificent citadel, the Mausoleum of Shiekh Muslihitdin and an 18th century mosque are among the monuments attract visitors. Located 30 km from Dushanbe (4-5 km from Hissar settlement). Hissar Valley – is a vast intermountain hollow with the rivers. People inhabited this place in the Stone Age, in the 4th-3rd millennia BC. In the Middle Ages Hissar was known for its crafts and markets. Mountains belonging to the highest ranges of Central Asia. Tajikistan has an abundance of lakes and rivers. There are about 947 rivers longer than 10 kilometers with a total length of more than 28500 kilometers. There are some 1300 lakes with a total surface area of 705 Sq. Kms. Tajikistan’s soil, and its flora and fauna are determined by the alpine environment. Tajikistan boasts some 80 species of mammals, more than 365 kinds of birds, 49 kinds of reptiles, 40 kinds of fish, 10 thousands of various insects. One can observe such predators as snow leopards, lynx, bears, hyenas, otters, wolves, foxes and martens, as well as deer and rock-goats. At present there are 4 natural reserves (Tigrovaya balka, Romot, Dashi jim, Zorkul), 13 sanctuaries and 2 national parks in Tajikistan. Tajikistan travel destination Penjikent is a Sogdian city, which flourished from the 5th to 8th centuries. It is well preserved and it was called “Central Asia’s Pompeii.” At one time Sogdiana controlled a key section of the Silk Road, but in the 8th century Empire collapsed and people fled to the mountains. Descendants of this ancient kingdom still live in the more remote regions of present-day Tajikistan and still speak a remote dialect of Sogdian. City Sarazm, some 20 km from Penjikent, is one of the most ancient settlements of Central Asia, dating from the Bronze Age.