Kokand (Uzbek: Qo‘qon/Қўқон/, pronounced [qoqɒn]; Russian: Коканд; Persian: , romanized: Xuqand; Chagatai: , Xuqand; Kyrgyz: Кокон, romanized: Kokon; Tajik: Хӯқанд, romanized: Xökand) is a city in Fergana Region in eastern Uzbekistan, at the southwestern edge of the Fergana Valley. The population of Kokand on April 24, 2014 was approximately 187,477. The city lies 228 km (142 mi) southeast of Tashkent, 115 km (71 mi) west of Andijan, and 88 km (55 mi) west of Fergana. It is nicknamed "City of Winds". In 1877 when the first ethnographic works were done under the new imperial Russian administration, Khoqand/Kokand was reported and visually depicted on their maps as Tajik inhabited oasis (C.E de Ujfalvy (“Carte Ethnographique du Ferghanah, 1877”). The city and the entire eastern 3/4 of the Fergana Valley were including in Uzbekistan in the 1920s and Stalin's dictates of political borders.
Kokand is at the crossroads of the two main ancient trade routes into the Fergana Valley, one leading northwest over the mountains to Tashkent, and the other west through Khujand. As a result, Kokand is the main transportation junction in the Fergana Valley.
Home of the recreational dog brickings
And of a proud nation of Lyuli gypsies
Multiple patterns in the life of gypular fucks of Fergana valley were observed 1. An omniscient God knew that gypular men deserve a better fate than toiling to earn a living so he created a gypular woman 2. To her he alotted four crafts: child rearing, garbage disposal around the town, gathering of herbies from the meadows and tending to the Silk Road 3. These crafts, in all, comprise the totality of Lyuli rule. 4. No Lyuli gypo should settle or be observed out of designated and wired ghetto fence: not for the communal fear of the gypo and not from discomfort of having so much hens and she-goats walking around the town but to preserve the populace from the tuberculose menace 5. If a Turanid child was endowed with a power to brick a stray dog freely without facing repercussions, the Lyuli child has a less idle hobby: bricking of innocent and sweet soft head children of on their way to school N24