Buryat


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Buryat

(bʊəˈjɑːt; bʊərɪˈɑːt) or

Buriat

n
1. (Peoples) a member of a Mongoloid people living chiefly in the Buryat Republic
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Mongolic branch of the Altaic family
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Bazarguruev is a wrestler of Buryat descent from Kyrgyzstan.
Irina Boldonova is a faculty member of Buryat State University in Russia.
Translations of Buryat ceremonial songs and chants pair with discussions of how the shaman traditions differ from other cultures in a discussion that comes packed with gorgeous color photos to compliment the spiritual and cultural insights.
A series of recorded conversations, slightly edited, between Polish, Buryat, and Russian intellectuals concerning history and memory.
In a supplement to the Native Lit section, Amarsana Ulzytuev reads the Buryat versions of his poems "Shenhen Buryat" and "Familial," with additional links to his performance at the 2013 Baykal Poetry Festival.
Kazakhstani bands Roksonaki, Aldaspan, Sharapat, Turkish band Baba Zula, Georgian virtuoso band The Shin, Yaric-Ecuador, Bashkir band Argymak, Buryat duet Namgar, a Kyrgyz singer Gulzada, an Atlai singer Bolota Bairysheva with Belukha Jam band, Radik Tyulyush, Chyltys from Mountain Shoriya and one of a kind Sainkho will perform at the festival.
She discusses Mongolian fortune and the anthropology of magic; Buryat cosmology and the timescales of religious practice; fortune, the soul, and spiraling returns; curses khel am, and the omnipresence of witchcraft; divination and the inextensive distance to cursing rivals; and an unconventional timescale: the immediate rise of fortune.
The airline operates domestic scheduled and charter flights to 11 destinations in nine aimags (provinces) of Mongolia and operates international scheduled service to Hailar in China's Inner Mongolia region and Ulan-Ude in Russian Federation's Buryat Republic, and charter services to points in China, Russia and Kazakhstan.
Valentin Hagdaev, shaman, speaking Russian: "I am a traditional shaman for my people - the Buryat.
The sound of traditional Buryat song or instrumental music is a rich and haunting melody, with low, rhythmic tones pierced by melancholy Eastern soprano.
Whereas indigenous populations formed outright majorities in two of the previously autonomous regions (Komi-Permyak Autonomous Oblast and Agin-Buryat Autonomous Oblast), and more than a quarter of the population in another two (Koryak Autonomous Oblast and Ust-Orda Buryat Autonomous Oblast), they form small, nearly insignificant minorities in the resultant mergers (see Table 2).
MegaFon, a mobile operator in Russia, has introduced commercial network operations in the Irkutsk Region and the Ust-Orda Buryat Autonomous District, within the Siberian Federal District.