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  • Sanj Khoyt, About the Origin of the Zaisangud Group 

    Churyumov, Anton; Terbish, Baasanjav (2017-03-21)
    Sanj says that in 2003 an article was published about the genetic origin of the Mongols. The authors of the article compared blood samples collected from various groups. It turned out that one particular gene was widespread, ...
  • Sanj Khoyt, About the Khoshud Dialect 

    Churyumov, Anton; Terbish, Baasanjav (2017-03-20)
    Sanj mentions several works on the Khoshud dialect and the Kalmyk language by scholars such as Vladimirtsov, Pavlov and Kichikov. In Mongolia and Russia, the Khoshud dialect is not different from the Torghut one. In ...
  • Sanj Khoyt, About the Ethnonym Khoshud 

    Churyumov, Anton; Terbish, Baasanjav (2017-03-20)
    Sanj says that the Khoshuds are one of the largest ethno-territorial units in Kalmykia. When the Khoshuds came to Kalmykia, they were small in number. In 150 years they grew in number and even set up their own aimak. Today ...
  • Boris Boktaev, Praise to the Khoshud 

    Churyumova, Elvira; Kovaeva, Bair (2015-05-21)
    Once at a meeting of the Khoshuds, a man, whose name is still unknown, read a short praise to the Khoshud, as follows: With their genealogy coming from Chingis Khan With their magnificent epos of Jangar With their great ...