Monis Bukhari is an independent Arab researcher, passionate about cooking, its history, and heritage. He is a constant learner of culinary arts and blogs about its various aspects. Additionally, he studies geography and is a map illustrator. As a researcher and blogger focused on social history, Monis specializes in community engineering. He enjoys blogging and is fond of researching the origins of words and their sources. To grasp the roots, he climbs the inverted branches of stories, tracing back from today to the farthest reaches of the past. In the process of retracing these steps, he brings forth recollections and shares the essence of the life story of each word here.
Monis Bukhari, born in 1978, grew up in Damascus, Syria, and currently resides in Germany. Half of his ancestry is Syrian, while the other half is from Uzbekistan. He traces his roots back to the Arab Uzbeks from the Qashqadaryo region. Monis is of Arab-Turkish origin from Turkestan, nourished by the waters of Syrian Sham. He is the author of this blog, bukhari.blog.