Abramoff - Monegasque businessman, inventor, past president of the Monaco
Aharoni - Israeli chef and restaurateur
Arabov - Proprietor of Jacob & Co.
- Ari Babakhanov
- Musician from Uzbekistan
Cohen - Israeli politician and member of the Knesset for Shas.
- Rena Galibova
- Soviet actress, "People's Artist of Tajikistan" (an awarded
title, alluding to national prominence)
Gavrielov - Journalist murdered in Tajikistan in 1998
Hakham - Bukharan-Israeli Rabbi/ Writer/ One of the founders of the
Ilatov - Israeli politician and member of the Knesset for Yisrael Beiteinu
Itzhakova - vocalist, famous for her rendition of traditional Shashmaqom
songs in Tajik and Uzbek
- Lev Leviev
- Billionaire businessman, investor, philanthropist, president of the
World Congress of Bukharian Jews
Kandov - President of the Bukharian Jewish Congress of the USA and Canada
Kalontarova - Dancer, "People's Artist of Soviet Union" (Queen
of Eastern Dance)
Kuinova - Soviet singer, "Merited Artist of the Soviet Union"
Maimon - Religious leader
Malayev- Musician and Poet from Uzbekistan, "Honored Artist of
Moussaieff - First Lady of Iceland
Moussaieff Masson - Author
Moussaieff (businessman) - Israeli millionaire businessman
Moussaieff (rabbi) - Co-founder of the Bukharan Quarter in Jerusalem
Mullodzhanov - Tenor and teacher. Also known as "Bukharian Pavarotti"
- Rosa Mullodzhanova
- Opera Singer "Honored Artist of Tajikistan"
Mullodzhanova - Shashmakon singer, "People's Artist of Tajikistan"
(Queen of Shashmakom music)
Mullokandov – Popular Shashmakom artist, "People's Artist of Uzbekistan"
Nasirov - Bukharan-American Rabbi from Afghanistan (member of the Bukharian
Yadgaroff - British Businessman, Jewish community leader
- Idan Yaniv
- Israeli singer, "2007 Israeli Artist of the Year"
Yehoshua - Chief Rabbi of the Bukharan Jews in the USA
Yudakov - Soviet composer and musician, "People's Artist of the