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9 thoughts on “ The Great Tengri - Tuomas Kantelinen, Altan Urag - Mongol (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (CD, Album)

  1. Mongol, an Album by Tuomas Kantelinen. Released 29 July on Varèse Sarabande (catalog no. 2; CD). Genres: Film Score, Film Soundtrack, Soundtracks, Mongolian Traditional Music, Mongolian Throat Singing.
  2. Tengri was the national god of the Göktürks, described as the "god of the Turks" (Türük Tängrisi). The Göktürk khans based their power on a mandate from Tengri. These rulers were generally accepted as the sons of Tengri who represented him on Earth. They wore titles such as tengrikut, kutluġ or kutalmysh, based on the belief that they attained the kut, the mighty spirit granted to.
  3. Altan, also called Anda, (died , Mongolia), Mongol khan, or chief, who terrorized China during the 16th century. He converted the Mongols to the reformed, or Dge-lugs-pa (Yellow Hat), sect of Tibetan Buddhism.. Altan became chief of the eastern Mongols in and thereafter posed a constant threat to the northern borders of China under the Ming dynasty (–).
  4. Tengrism, also known as Tengriism, Tenggerism, or Tengrianism, is an ancient and medieval Central Asian–Eurasian Steppe sky god Tengri-centered state religion as well as a number of modern Turko-Mongolic native religious movements and teachings. It was the prevailing religion of the Turks and Mongols (including Bulgars and Xiongnu), Huns, and, possibly, the Manchus and Magyars, as the.
  5. Mongol [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] by Altan Urag / Tuomas Kantelinen - CD () for $ from buiminamoumuralcompkurighrolteloo.infoinfo Soundtracks - Order by Phone /5(4).
  6. The Mongol invasion of Central Asia however would entail the utter destruction of the Khwarezmid Empire along with the massacre of much of the civilian population of the region. According to Juvaini, the Mongols ordered only one round of slaughter in Khwarezm and Transoxiana, but systematically exterminated a particularly large portion of the.
  7. The Mongol dynasty is christened Yuan by Kublai Khan in , from which time he is emperor of the Chinese and great khan of the Mongols. Effective control of a single Mongol empire has ended, with each of the main ulus (inheritances) now being ruled independently, albeit with nominal control being exercised by the great Kublai during his lifetime.
  8. In the early 13th century AD, the warrior Genghis Khan (born Temujin) united many of the nomadic Mongol-Turkic tribes of Central Asia and established the Mongolian Empire. Although it is unrevealed if the Tenger played any role in Khan's military success, Khan based the legitimacy of his power on a mandate from Tengri himself.

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