The Concept of Astana in Eurasian Cultural-Historical Space
The Concept of Astana in Eurasian Cultural-Historical Space
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10.18254/S0002559-3-1
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Irina Selesneva 
Affiliation:
Dostoevsky Omsk State University
Likhachev Institute of Cultural and Natural Heritage
Address: Russian Federation, Omsk
Aleksnder Selesnev
Affiliation:
Institute of Archaeology and Etnography of the Siberian Branch RAS
Dostoevsky Omsk State University
Address: Russian Federation, Omsk
Abstract
The article is devoted to the extension and functioning of the term and the concept of “astana” in Eurasia. The starting point of the study was the fact that the concept of astana is one of the most important in the religious culture of Muslims of Siberia, especially the Tobol-Irtysh Tatars. Here this word refers to the Islamic shrine, considered by believers as the site of ancient graves of Islamic preachers and missionaries. Related terms: “astana”, “oston”, “astane” are quite widespread in the Islamic communities of Kazakhstan, Central Asia, the Urals, and everywhere they are associated with the cult of saints in Islam. The most complete analogies take place in the Pamir Mountains, among the local Ismailiyya groups, where the shrine around the tombs of the holy ascetics were named “oston”. The same terminology with similar semantics have proliferated in the rituals of Sufi orders, such us Mawlawiyya, Bektashi. The Iranian origin of the term “astana” is also explained in the article.
Keywords
Siberia, Islam, Eurasia, astana, cult of Saints, ethnographic materials, manuscripts
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31.10.2018
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15.02.2019
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