Tashkent, Uzbek Toshkent, capital of Uzbekistan and the biggest city in Central Asia. Tashkent lies in the northeastern piece of the nation. It is arranged at a rise of 1,475 to 1,575 feet 450 to 480 meters in the Chirchiq River valley west of the Chatkal Mountains and is converged by a progression of channels from the Chirchiq River.
Today Tashkent is the fundamental monetary and social focus of Central Asia. Cotton is the central product of the area in which it is arranged. Wheat, rice, jute, vegetables, and melons are additionally developed, and silkworms are reproduced.
The city lies in the most mechanically grew piece of Uzbekistan, and quite a bit of its industry is somehow associated with cotton—the produce of rural and material apparatus and of cotton materials.