Bashkortostan

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largest cultural

Bashkortostan is one of the largest cultural centers of Russia commons:category:Bashkortostan wikipedia:Bashkortostan


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him and his sisters into a performance of the ballet "Song of the Cranes", he fell in love with dance. As a child he was encouraged to dance in Bashkir (Bashkir people) folk performances and his precocity was soon noticed by teachers who encouraged him to train in Leningrad (Saint Petersburg). On a tour stop in Moscow with a local ballet company, Nureyev auditioned for the Bolshoi (Bolshoi Theatre) ballet company and was accepted. However, he felt that the Kirov Ballet school was the best, so he left the local touring company and bought a ticket to Leningrad. Rudolf Nureyev Foundation official website stand2 Hill Mari region Russian Federation: autonomous republics Mari El, Bashkortostan, Tatarstan, Udmurtia; oblasti Nizhny Novgorod (Nizhny Novgorod Oblast), Kirov (Kirov Oblast), Sverdlovsk (Sverdlovsk Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast); Perm Krai speakers 490,000 Speakers Speakers of the Bashkir language mostly live in the Russian republic of Bashkortostan. Many speakers also live in Chelyabinsk (Chelyabinsk Oblast), Orenburg (Orenburg Oblast), Sverdlovsk (Sverdlovsk Oblast), Samara (Samara Oblast) and Kurgan Oblasts, Khanty–Mansia (Khanty–Mansi Autonomous Okrug), Tatarstan, and Udmurtia. Minor Bashkir minority groups also live in Kazakhstan. Most Udmurt people live in Udmurtia. Small groups live in the neighboring areas: Kirov Oblast and Perm Krai of Russia, Bashkortostan, Tatarstan, and Mari El. Before the merger, neighboring oblasts and republics were (from north clockwise) Komi Republic, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Republic of Bashkortostan (Bashkortostan), Udmurt Republic (Udmurtia), Kirov Oblast, and Komi-Permyak Autonomous Okrug (Komi-Permyak Okrug). The '''Mari''' ( commons:category:Bashkortostan wikipedia:Bashkortostan


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the Bashkir language, which belongs to the Kypchak branch of the Turkic languages. History The first settlements in the territory of modern Bashkortostan date from the early Paleolithic period, but the Bronze Age spurred an upsurge in the population of this territory. When people of the Abashevo culture started settling here they possessed high skills in manufacturing bronze tools, weapons


independent people

in the 9th century. In the 10th century, Al-Balkhi (Abu Zayd al-Balkhi) wrote about Bashkirs as a people, divided into two groups, one of which inhabited the Southern Urals, while the other lived near the Danube river, close to the boundaries of Byzantium. His contemporary Ibn-Ruste (Ahmad ibn Rustah) described the Bashkirs as "an independent people, occupying territories on both sides of the Ural mountain ridge between Volga, Kama, Tobol and upstream of Yaik river". After the early


rock stone

routes, possess resources such as oil, and include large numbers of Russia's Muslim and Buddhist populations. These republics include Bashkortostan, Kalmykia, Mari El, Mordovia, Tatarstan, and Udmurtia. As attested by Sigismund von Herberstein, in the 16th century Russians called the range by a variety of names derived from the Russian words for rock (stone) and belt. The modern Russian name for the Urals (Урал, ''Ural''), first appearing in the 16th-17th


major study

of the northern Caucasus and Dagestan. In Ukraine, the greatest numbers of raccoon dogs were established in Poltava (Poltava Oblast), Kherson (Kherson Oblast) and Lugansk (Luhansk Oblast). The first major study of Bashkir (Bashkir people) music appeared in 1897, when ethnographer Rybakov S.G. wrote ''Music and Songs of the Ural's Muslims and Studies of Their Way of Life''. Later, Lebedinskiy L.N. collected numerous folk songs

there and a significant burial place with 150 graves in the Volga–Kama territory was used by them in the 8th-9th centuries. commons:category:Bashkortostan wikipedia:Bashkortostan


singing called

as they were. As such, differences between Tatars and Keräşen Tatars now is only that Keräşens have Russian names. Bashkortostan The Bashkirs of Bashkortostan have a style of overtone singing called ''özläü'' (sometimes spelled ''uzlyau''; Bashkort (Bashkir language) '''Өзләү'''), which nearly died out. In addition, Bashkorts also sing uzlyau while playing the kurai (Kurai (flute)), a national instrument. This technique of vocalizing into a flute can also be found in folk


original written

. Nurutdinov states that the original, written in "Bulgar Turkic" (here equated with the language of the Volga Tatars (Tatar language)), in the Arabic script, was translated into Russian in the late 1930s by his uncle I.M.-K.-Nigmatullin, who did this in order to save it from an NKVD campaign of confiscation and destruction of old Bulgar documents written in the Arabic script. The manuscript containing the Tatar text was destroyed by NKVD agents. Nigmatullin himself was killed


complex analysis

that the Department of Mathematics at Bashkir State University and the Ufa Institute of Mathematics with Computing Center are among the best Russian schools in Applied Mathematics and Pure Mathematics, particularly, in the fields of asymptotic and perturbation methods as well as analytical function theory and complex analysis. '''Mount Yamantau''' ( ) is in the Ural Mountains, Bashkortostan, Russia. The name means ''bad (evil) mountain'' in the Bashkir language


critically acclaimed

. ) is a critically acclaimed modern Russian novelist and short-story writer. She was born in the town of Davlekanovo in Bashkiria (Bashkortostan) on February 21, 1943. She grew up in Moscow where she took a degree in genetics from the Moscow State University (Lomonosov Moscow State University). - ! bgcolor "#ccccff" style "padding:0 0 0 50px

Bashkortostan

The '''Republic of Bashkortostan''' (

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