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Turanian Peoples and Their lands

Posted by HOJANEPES news on February 9, 2013

Hungarian Culture and History:

Welcome to the realm of the Turanians. The Turanians are a family of ethno-linguistically related peoples which include the Hungarians, the Uralic group (Finnic and West Siberian peoples), and the Altaic group (Turkic, Mongolian, Tungus-Manchu, Korean and Japanese peoples). The Turanians are the indigenous inhabitants of vast territories in Eurasia, from Central Europe to the Pacific Ocean, and have a rich and ancient cultural heritage. Read the rest of this entry »

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Majestic image of goddess carried through centuries

Posted by HOJANEPES news on November 18, 2012

Majestic image

Majestic image

Turkmenistan the golden age:

Ovez Gundogdiyev,
the Institute of Archeology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of Turkmenistan, Professor

Tens of hundreds of statuettes of feminine idols, belonging to various historical epochs, have been discovered on the territory of our country. These were the goddesses of fertility, hearth, and keepers of settlements. They managed storms and precipitation, mountains and plains. There were special idols for every city, dam, every field of the farm and even for separate kind of work tool.
With the spread in Central Asia of Islam in VII century, cult of goddess never disappears but only transforms. Memory about custom to carry the images of goddesses has been preserved in the name of women’s adornment “heykel” (in Arab “altar”, in Central Asia “statue”). Read the rest of this entry »

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Posted by HOJANEPES news on July 2, 2012



Magazine Turkmenistan:

The spring season of archeological excavations in Gonur-depe (the Karakum Etrap, the Mary Velayat) completed some weeks ago. For over 30 years the Margiana archeological expedition headed by a scientist, Laureate of the Magtymguly International Prize, Doctor of History, Professor Viktor Sarianidi has been conducting the archeological excavations in Turkmenistan. Viktor Sarianidi told about the archeological finds discovered this season.
“The people in Turkmenistan and other countries know the words from Ruhnama, “Two and a half thousand years ago Zarathushtra from Margush appeared in the world. Read the rest of this entry »

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History of Turkmen People and Turkmen States

Posted by HOJANEPES news on June 28, 2012

Seljuk Bek, Founder of Turkmen Seljuk Dynasty

Seljuk Bek, Founder of Turkmen Seljuk Dynasty

Turkmen History: “Turkmen rulers who advanced to the historical forefront established tens of states and cities in the Near and Middle East and in the regions of China and India whereas famous scientists, scholars and poets developed the richest scientific community and the world of creations. The path of glory of the Turkmen people and the experience gained confirm that our courageous ancestors indigenously committed to the principles of peace and humanism had been the active participants and makers of the history of human civilization and made considerable contribution to the development of the world culture.”

– President of  Turkmenistan Gurbanguly Berdimuhamedov

When writing Turkmen history, it will be appropriate to speak first of the history of Turkmenistan where the Turkmens currently live. Archeological excavations show that people lived in today’s Turkmenistan 3000.000 years ago. Scientists think that the Caspian Sea, which was much lager than it is now, began to dry up and recede and this process resulted in the birth of the Kara-Kum desert. In those ages particularly in the neolithic age, agriculture was prevalent in the Southern Turkmenistan while cattle-breeding and fishing were developed in the North. From relics found in the Togalak-Depe, Chopan-Depe and Geok-Depe areas, it appears that the first human settlement in Turkmenistan occurred between 7000 and 5000B.C. Read the rest of this entry »

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Iranian Azeris set up national council in Turkey, aspire for independence

Posted by HOJANEPES news on May 15, 2012

Representatives of Azerbaijani Turks

Representatives of Azerbaijani Turks

Todays Zaman: 14 May 2012 / AYDIN ALBAYRAK, ANKARA

Representatives of Azerbaijani Turks living in Iran have announced the establishment of an “International South Azerbaijani Turks’ National Council,” which ultimately aims to become independent from Iran.

“Our ultimate aim is the independence of Turks living in ‘Southern Azerbaijan.’ But we seek independence by democratic, peaceful means, not through the use of weapons,” Cemal Mehmethanoğlu, the spokesperson of the council, declared at a press conference held at the Azerbaijani Cultural Association in Ankara on Monday.

But Azeri Turks at the press meeting also stressed — presumably desiring not to be associated with any US or Israeli intentions towards Iran — that their search for independence has nothing to do with a possible military intervention into Iran by the US or a military airstrike against Iran’s nuclear installations by Israel. They assert that their goal is a century-old dream which goes back to the days before the foundation of modern Iran in 1925, and is therefore independent from any other initiative. … Read the rest of this entry »

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Oghuz Turks, Turcoman and Turkmen

Posted by HOJANEPES news on September 10, 2011

Oghuz Turkmen's map

The Oghuz Steppe


he Oghuz Turks, or Oguz Turks (Okuz, Oufoi, Guozz, Ghuzz) are regarded as one of the major branches of the Turks in history.
The Oguz Turks are the ancestors of today’s western Turks whose numbers are more than 100 millions and inhabit areas in western Asia and eastern Europe: Azerbaijanis of the Republic of Azerbaijan and the South Azerbaijan region of Iran, Turks of Turkey and Cyprus, Turkmens of Turkmenistan and northeastern Iran, Qashqay and Khurasani Turks of Iran, Balkan Turks of Greece, Bulgaria and the former Yugoslavia as well as Gauguz (Gokoguz) Turks of Moldova. … Read the rest of this entry »

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Some information about big city of Turkmenia of Iran

Posted by HOJANEPES news on February 24, 2011

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The Qipchaqs and the Turkmen

Posted by HOJANEPES news on March 8, 2010

Picture Muravyov
The old Turkmens Picture-Muravyov

The Qipchaq were originally one of the seven tribes that composed the Kimek federation. After the Kyrgyz defeat of the Uighur in 840, the Kimek moved westwards towards the steppes adjacent to the middle reaches of the river Irtysh, and perhaps the Ob. Ibn Xurdâdhbih wrote in about 875:

“As concerns the King of the Kimek, he changes his tents according to the grazing land.”

The anonymous author of the Hudûd al-Âlam (982) described the territory of the Kimek as possessing ⌠only one town but many tribes■. The Kimek:”… Read the rest of this entry »

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Some information about Asian Institut at University of Toronto

Posted by HOJANEPES news on January 23, 2010

Aisian Istitute of Toronto

Aisian Istitute of Toronto

The Asian Institute at the Munk Centre, University of Toronto, is home to over one hundred affiliated scholars researching and teaching on Asia. Our community of scholars spans a broad range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. Our regional breadth covers the entire Asian continent.

The principal mission of the Asian Institute is to provide the intellectual core for cutting-edge interdisciplinary research and teaching on Asia.Though organized along sub-regional lines – with centres for South Asian Studies, Korean Studies, and related groups focusing on Southeast Asia and Central and Inner Asia – the Asian Institute at the University of Toronto encourages intra-regional dialogue and interdisciplinary collaboration. … Read the rest of this entry »

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