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Chimid Balzanov

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Chimid Balzanov

Chimid Balzanov was a Buddhist priest of Kalmyk origin who was elected religious head of the Kalmyks by leaders of the Kalmyk community at a Kalmyk Congress, which assembled after the February Revolution on March 25, 1917 and on July 23–25, 1917 to discuss spiritual, cultural and economic issues.

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