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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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Siberian Shamanism: The Shanar Ritual of the Buryats belongs in any new age spirituality collection strong in shamanism, and offers a close inspection of the remote Buryats, an indigenous people who reside at the intersection of Mongolia, Siberia, and China.
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