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 Encyclopedia: Tatar language   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Tatar is the official language of the Republic of Tatarstan.
The Chulyms (Чулымцы in Russian; self-designation: Чулымские люди, or Chulymian people) are a Turkic people in the Tomsk Oblast and Krasnoyarsk Krai in Russia.
Tatar's ancestors are the extinct Bolgar and Kipchak languages.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Tatar-language   (4616 words)

  
 Turkic peoples - Open Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
These people, possibly numbering 150 million in population, are probably the diverse descendants of large groups of tribespeople who originated in Central Asia.
The English term "Turkic" is nowadays mainly used to describe the languages and peoples of the whole area while the term "Turkish" is commonly seen as referring to the peoples and language of modern Turkey and some of the ethnically and culturally particularly close peoples and ethnic minorities in surrounding countries.
Tatar peoples conquered Volga Bulgars in what is today Tatarstan following the westward sweep of the Mongols under Genghis Khan in the 13th century.
open-encyclopedia.com /Turks   (1436 words)

  
 Turkic peoples - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Turkic peoples are Northern and Central Eurasian peoples who speak languages belonging to the Turkic family, and who, in varying degrees, share certain cultural and historical traits.
Some Turkic peoples (particularly in the Russian autonomous regions and republics of Altai, Khakassia, and Tuva) are largely shamanists.
Additionally, Turkic peoples are found within Crimea, the Xinjiang region of western China, northern Iraq, Iran, Israel, Russia, Afghanistan, Cyprus, the Balkans Moldova, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania and former Yugoslavia.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Turkic_people   (3579 words)

  
 Encyclopedia: Turkic peoples   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In the earliest Turkic dictionary extant, the eponymous hero of the Turks, Alp Er Tunga, is identified with the character Afrasiyab ("Frangasyan" in the Zend Avesta) in Persian literature.
The Balkar (малкъар; /malqar/) people are a Turkic people of the Caucasus region, thet titular population of Kabardino-Balkaria.
Kumyks are a Turkic people occupying the Kumyk plateau in north Dagestan and south Terek, and the lands bordering the Caspian Sea.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Turkic-peoples   (7078 words)

  
 Turkic peoples   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
These people, possibly numbering 150 million in population, are mostly the diverse descendants of large groups of tribespeople who originated in Central Asia.
Tatar peoples conquered Volga Bulgars in what is today southern Russia following the westward sweep of the Mongols under Genghis Khan in the 13th century.
Some Turkic people (particularly in the Russian autonomic regions and republics of Altai, Hakas, and Tiva) are largely shamanistss.
www.sciencedaily.com /encyclopedia/turkic_peoples   (1458 words)

  
 Turkic people : Turkic peoples   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The world's Turkic peoples, numbering perhaps 130 million people in all, are the diverse descendants of large groups of tribespeople thought to have originated in central Asia.
As these peoples were founding states in the area between Mongolia and Transoxiania[?], they came into contact with Muslim peoples and gradually adopted Islam.
Tatar peoples settled in what is today southern Russia following the westward sweep of the Mongols under Genghis Khan in the 13th century.
www.explainthis.info /tu/turkic-peoples.html   (508 words)

  
 Tatars in America - website of Tatars living in America
Modern Tatars, a Turkic-speaking Muslim minority in Russia, are considered by some historians to be the direct descendants of those ancient warriors who ruled over most of the Asia and a part of Europe in the 13th and 14th centuries.
That year was the most tragic year in the whole Tatar history, because it marks the end of the Tatar statehood and the beginning of the centuries-long process of forced assimilation and russification of Tatars.
The old Tatar immigration is represented by such prominent people as Sagid Salah, nuclear engineer in Vienna, Va.; Onur Senarslan, a professor in Washington, D.C.; Uli Schamiloglu, associate professor of Central Asian studies at the University of Wisconsin.
www.tatar-usa.org /english/articles/bikkinin.html   (1555 words)

  
 Crimea News & Situation
The bills about the status of Crimean Tatar Peoples are considered in the institutions of government, de facto, are targeted to the realization of the doctrine of "cultural - national autonomy" for Crimean Tatars that has been born in mind for many decades.
The restoration of national integrity of Crimean Tatar Peoples by means of returning of their main part to Crimea remained in the places of the deportation.2.
Tatar leader Mustafa Dzhemilev told the agency that the protesters' main achievement was to obtain permission to set up a council to represent Crimean Tatars' interests in the Crimean government.
geocities.com /ai320/news.htm   (5015 words)

  
 Potpourri-The Mongol Peoples: Window in History
Internal divisions, the expansion of Moscow, the invasion by Timur, and the appearance of the Ottoman Turks contributed to the disintegration of the Tatar Empire in the late 15th century.
The Crimean Tatars themselves—except for the large numbers that emigrated to Turkey at the time of the Russian conquest of Crimea and after the Crimean War—remained in the Crimea until World War II and formed the basis of the Crimean Autonomous SSR, founded in 1921.
Tatar peoples settled in what is today southern Russia following the westward sweep of the Mongols under Chingiz Khan in the 13th century.
www.manipuronline.com /Potpourri/August2002/themongols17_1.htm   (1653 words)

  
 Cuisine, Table Etiquette : The Republic of Tatarstan
Tatar cuisine is interesting and diverse, its development was not limited by ethnical traditions alone..
Tatar cuisine inherited katyk, bal-mai, kabartma from the Bulgars, pelmeni and tea from the Chinese, pilaw from the Uzbeks, pakhleve from the Tadjiks.
Kazan cuisine, which absorbed the culinary traditions of the Bulgars, Tatars, Russians, Eastern and European influence, is rich in most varied dishes of everyday and festive cooking.
www.tatar.ru /english/cult02.html   (692 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Tatars : The Tatar Empire (Peoples (except New World)) - Encyclopedia
The original Tatars probably came from E central Asia or central Siberia; unlike the Mongols, they spoke a Turkic language and were possibly akin to the Cumans or Kipchaks and the Pechenegs.
After the conquests of the Mongol Jenghiz Khan, the Mongol and Turkic elements merged, and the invaders became known in Europe as Tatars.
After the wave of invasion receded eastward, the Tatars continued to dominate nearly all of Russia, the Ukraine, and Siberia.
reference.allrefer.com /encyclopedia/T/Tatars-the-tatar-empire.html   (290 words)

  
 Crimean Tatar Agenda
May 30, 2000 the meeting of the Presidium of the Mejlis of Crimean Tatar Peoples with the Chairman of Council of the Ministers of Autonomous Republic of Crimea Sergei Kunitsin was held.
The actions of civil protest, that were started by Crimean Tatars, are conducted not only for the interests of Crimean Tatar Peoples but also for the interests of all the population of the peninsular and Ukraine.
In the present time the world experience of creation of special mechanisms of civil rights guaranteeing for the peoples and national groups that were damaged during the mass brutal breaking of their rights from the side of totalitarian regimes or other causes is widely known.
geocities.com /ai320/agenda.htm   (2043 words)

  
 Atlas: Kazan
Present relations between the Tatars and Russians are for the most part stable, although there are segments of Tatar society who agitate strongly for Tatar independence.
The long history between the Russian and Tatar peoples has resulted in a large number of mixed marriages, which adds to the general stability.
Tatar language is taught in schools in Kazan, and the red, white and green flag of Tatarstan flies over government buildings.
www.f8.com /FP/Russia/Akaza.html   (292 words)

  
 Minority languages of Russia on the Net - Tatar language
Tatar language is also spoken among the Bashkirs (227,8 thousand Bashkirs regard it as their mother tongue) and Maris.
The modern literary language was developed under the influence of spoken Tatar since the middle of the 19th century.
Tatar gazetasi - Cultural and educational newspaper of the Tatar community in the Republic of Mordovia in Tatar, Russian and English
www.peoples.org.ru /eng_tatar.html   (469 words)

  
 Compliant
That  is we believe it true to call the Republic by name of the aboriginal people, who live here and (or) under the name of the state that existed on these lands/ and in fact, the main reasons for determining the names of states all over the world serve these arguments.
It is known that when an opportunity for the peoples of Russia to organise their national state formations appeared, it was quite natural to call them by the name of their native population.
In fact, tatarism (an ideology convincing that my people and I are Tatars) is raised to the level  of the state and compulsory ideology for everybody, that contradicting the legislation of RF, Art.
www.mi.ru /~bolgar/eng2.htm   (7940 words)

  
 Defining Territories and Empires: from Mongol Ulus to Russian Siberia1200-1800(2)
The Tatars proper were not Turks, however, but a tribe or group of Tungusic tribes who lived in northeastern Mongolia and fought incessantly with the Mongols (Chingis Khan's father appears to have been ambushed and killed by a Tatar).
It was the Chinese who used the name "Tatar" to refer to all their northern neighbors, and it seems that the European travelers to Mongol-ruled China, as well as Arab and Persian visitors, adopted and spread the generic Chinese designation.
Note that the term Tatar was rooted in an opposition -- the barbarians north of China; the non-sedentary, nomadic peoples.
src-h.slav.hokudai.ac.jp /sympo/Proceed97/Kotkin2.html   (1856 words)

  
 «THE TATAR GAZETTE»
This is a sensational finding, one that may lead scholars to reexamine questions of the origins of the Mordovian and Tatar peoples.
But the very first dissertation that dealt with the Tatars in Mordovia was the work of Nikolai Butylov, which is entitled, “Turkish borrowings in the Mordovian languages.” He defended it in 1998.
The Tatar society “Yaktashlar” also helped, not only by providing consultations and help with translations from Tatar, but also with paper and the use of a computer and printer.
tatar.yuldash.com /eng_162.html   (2012 words)

  
 The Food Timeline: history notes--sauce
However, what is certain is that for people outside France as well as inside the term expagnole is widely understood to mean the basic brown sauce, and indeed one which can be used on its own although it normally has added flavourings and a new name.
In the food world, tatar' takes on the French spelling tartare' and is most often associated with tartar(e) sauce and steak tartare.
It was named for the Tartars (Originally "Tatars") or Mongols who had terrorized eastern Europe in the days of Gengis Kahn....Beef Tartare was usually served as it is now, with a bevy of garnishes, including a piquant sauce with a mayonnaise base that came to be called sauce Tartare or Tartar Sauce.
www.foodtimeline.org /foodsauces.html   (5207 words)

  
 World Civil Society Forum Official Report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The wind mentioned in the title represented the memory of a peoples in constant reinvention.
The language of culture, showing the diversity of indigenous peoples through photos, textiles, music, their history, etc. It was organized by Ms.
Photographic exhibition of the Crimean Tatar peoples, by Mr.
www.worldcivilsociety.org /REPORT/EN/05/05e.html   (746 words)

  
 The Unreached Peoples Prayer Profiles   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Nogay Tatar are part of a very small population of Tatar peoples living in Romania.
After the Emir's death in 1300, two large, loosely grouped tribes of Nogay Tatar evolved: the "lesser" Nogay of the north and the "greater" Nogay of the south.
The tatar of Belarus, Kyrgyzstan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan, and Russia.
www.ksafe.com /profiles/p_code2/192.html   (782 words)

  
 RADIO FREE EUROPE/ RADIO LIBERTY
The Tatar State Council voted on 3 November for dropping the paragraph on unfreezing the construction of the Tatar Nuclear Power Station in Kama Alany from the program of republic's socioeconomic development till 2010, RFE/RL's Kazan bureau reported the same day.
On 29 March, the Tatar Supreme Court convicted Sergei Pavlov, who pleaded guilty of killing Eibetov, for nine years of imprisonment.
This new holiday was established to acknowledge the military tradition of Russia's people, courage and heroism, as well as its ability to consolidate itself - president Murtaza Rakhimov said in his public greeting message dedicated to the Day of people's unity on 4 November, and RFE/RL Ufa correspondent reported the same day.
www.rferl.org /reports/tb-daily-report   (619 words)

  
 Pan-Turanianism --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
late 19th- and early 20th-century movement to unite politically and culturally all the Turkic, Tatar, and Uralic peoples living in Turkey and across Eurasia from Hungary to the Pacific.
Its name is derived from Tua the Persian word for Turkistan (i.e., the land to the north of Iran).
Finnish nationalist and pioneer in the study of remote Arctic and Siberian Uralic and Altaic languages.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9058212   (722 words)

  
 Join CEE on Mission: 2004 Vision Trip   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
The Bashkir and Tatar peoples living in Ufa strongly influence the city and her religious atmosphere.
The small Baptist minority in Ufa have a vision for reaching all her peoples with the gospel and will be excited to show you the spiritual needs there as well as the opportunities for you to become involved with reaching the hundreds of thousands of lost people in and around Bashkortostan.
American churches which consist of employees in mostly industrial regions might be great partners with our team in Ufa.
www.hope4cee.org /joincee/visiontrip/tourtrack1.htm   (162 words)

  
 The Silent Regions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Another program treated viewers to in-depth reportage from a celebration at a regional border post with extended speeches by the chairman of a local collective farm and other such luminaries extolling the eternal friendship of the Russian, Udmurt and Tatar peoples.
What is more, these absolutely identical speeches were translated first from Udmurt into Russian and Tatar, then from Tatar into Russian and Udmurt.
Another ferocious enemy of Volkov, the Republican Legislature, the people, democracy and progress in general is journalist, entrepreneur and Izhevsk City Council deputy Vasily Shatalov.
www.gdf.ru /books/books/silence/06.html   (4258 words)

  
 Other Peoples Music by Sneaky Sound System CD
They are, without a doubt, one of Australia's most popular and sought after music collectives.
Their debut mixed CD "Other Peoples Music", gives you a good taste of what it's all about.
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www.cduniverse.com /search/xx/music/pid/6400497/a/Other+Peoples+Music.htm   (285 words)

  
 Nat' Academies Press, Balancing and Sharing Political Power in Multiethnic Societies: Summary of a Workshop (1993)
The contemporary upsurge of nationalist movements in the former Soviet Union received considerable attention at the workshop.
The presentations and discussions focused on the particular circumstances surrounding conflicts and other expressions of nationalism in the North Caucasus, Central Asia, the Volga region, and the Baltic, including the situations of the Ingush, Kalmyk, and Tatar peoples and issues of the treatment of ethnic minorities in Bashkortostan, Uzbekistan, Georgia, and Latvia.
Conflict and Reconstruction in Multiethnic Societies: Proceedings of a Russian-American Workshop (2004)
books.nap.edu /books/NI000463/html/5.html   (499 words)

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