Bashkir people

Posted May 31, 2011
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  1. Bashkir writers

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  1. Rudolf Nureyev

    Rudolf Nureyev


    Rudolf Khametovich Nureyev (Tatar: Рудольф Хәмит улы Нуриев, Russian: Рудо́льф Хаме́тович Нуре́ев) (17 March 1938 – 6 January 1993) was a Soviet dancer of ballet and modern dance, one of the most celebrated of the 20th century. Nureyev's artistic skills explored expressive areas of the dance, providing a new role to the male ballet dancer who once served only as support to the women.

  2. Yaroslava Shvedova

    Yaroslava Shvedova


    Yaroslava Vyacheslavovna Shvedova (Russian: Яросла́ва Вячесла́вовна Шве́дова, born 12 September 1987) is a Russian-born Kazakhstani tennis player.

  3. Laysan Utiasheva

    Laysan Utiasheva


    Lyasan Albertovna Utiasheva (Russian: Ляйсан Альбертовна Утяшева, born June 28, 1985) is a Russian former rhythmic gymnast, TV Host and a Socialite. She is the 2002 Grand Prix Final All-around bronze medalist. She was known for her extreme flexibility, her emphasis in point of landing on high releve in her back split pivots led to a career ending injury.

  4. Zemfira



    Zemfira, born Zemfira Talgatovna Ramazanova (Russian: Земфира Талгатовна Рамазанова, Tatar: Земфира Тәлгать кызы Рамазанова, Zemfira Tälğät qızı Ramazanova); born 26 August 1976 in Ufa, Bashkortostan) is a Russian rock musician. She has been performing since 1998 and has been popular in Russia and other former Soviet republics. To date Zemfira has sold over 3 million records.

  5. Alina Ibragimova

    Alina Ibragimova


    Alina Rinatovna Ibragimova (born 28 September 1985) is a Russian-born violinist residing in the UK.

  6. Ural Rakhimov

    Ural Rakhimov


    Ural Murtazovich Rakhimov (Russian: Ура́л Мурта́зович Рахи́мов; Bashkir: Урал Мортаза улы Рәхимов) (born December 13, 1961) is a Russian businessman of Bashkir ethnicity. Rakhimov is the 191st richest man in Russia with a net worth of US$500 million as of 2011.

  7. Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev

    Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev


    Ğäziz Salix ulı Älmöxämmädev (AKA Ğäziz Älmöxämmädev; Tatar Cyrillic: Газиз Салих улы Әлмөхәммәдев; Russian: Гази́з Сали́хович Альмухаме́дов , Gaziz Salikhovich Almukhamedov; 1895–1938) was an ethnic Bashkir Tatar opera singer (tenor) and composer. He was born in the village of Muraptal of Sterlitamaksky Uyezd of Ufa Governorate (now Kuyurgazinsky District of the Republic of Bashkortostan). He was the People's Singer in 1929. From 1922 to 1929, he lived in Kazan.

  8. Zeki Velidi Togan

    Zeki Velidi Togan


    Zeki Velidi Togan (Bashkir: Әхмәтзәки Әхмәтшаһ улы Вәлидов, Äxmätzäki Äxmätşah ulı Wälidov, Russian: Ахмет-Заки Ахметшахович Валидов, Ahmet-Zaki Ahmetshakhovich Validov, sometimes spelled as Validi) (1890–1970 Istanbul) was a historian, Turkologist, and leader of the Bashkir revolutionary and liberation movement.

  9. Salawat Yulayev

    Salawat Yulayev


    Salawat Yulayev (Bashkir: Салауат Юлаев; Russian: Салават Юлаев; 16 June 1754  – 26 September 1800) is a Bashkir national hero who participated in Pugachev's Rebellion.

  10. Rustem Khamitov

    Rustem Khamitov


    Rustem Zakievich Khamitov (Russian: Рустэм Заки́евич Хами́тов; Bashkir: Рөстəм Зəки улы Хəмитов) is the second Head (formerly called President) of the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia, who succeeded the long-time ruler Murtaza Rakhimov after his apparent resignation in 2010.

  11. Yakup Kulmiy

    Yakup Kulmiy


    Yakup Kulmiy (Russian: Якуб Кулмый; Bashkir: Яҡуп Ҡолмой; 7 September 1918, village of Kanakbaevo, Bashkortostan – 11 October 1994, village of Kanakaevo) was a Bashkir poet working under the pen name of Yakup Khairullovich Kulmukhametov.

  12. Mansur Kamaletdinov

    Mansur Kamaletdinov


    Mansur Kamaletdinov (Russian Мансур Фатхинурович Камалетдинов) (7 January 1926 - 19 April 2012) was a Russian-born Ballet Dancer, Teacher, Ballet Master and Choreographer of Classical Ballet and Classical character dance.

  13. Zaynulla Rasulev

    Zaynulla Rasulev


    Zaynulla Rasulev (Zaynulla bin Khabibulla bin Rasūl; Bashkir: Зәйнулла Рәсүлев, Russian: Зайнулла́ Расу́лев, 25 March 1833 – 2 February 1917) was a Bashkir religious leader in the 19th and early 20th century. He is notable as one of the most important representatives of Jadidism and the organizer of one of the first Jadidi madrasah.

  14. Tagir Kusimov

    Tagir Kusimov


    Tagir Taipovich Kusimov (Russian: Таги́р Таи́пович Куси́мов, Bashkir: Таһир Таип улы Кусимов; 14 February 1909 – 10 May 1986) was a Soviet military leader of Bashkir origin.

  15. Murtaza Rakhimov

    Murtaza Rakhimov


    Murtaza Gubaydullovich Rakhimov (Russian: Муртаза́ Губайду́ллович Рахи́мов; Bashkir: Мортаҙа Ғөбәйҙулла улы Рәхимов/Mortaźa Ğöbäýźulla uly Räximow, born February 7, 1934) is a Russian politician of Bashkir ethnicity who served as the first President of Bashkortostan, a republic within Russia, from 1993 to 2010.

  16. Musa Gareyev

    Musa Gareyev


    Musa Gaysinovich Gareyev (June 9, 1922 - September 17, 1987) (Russian: Муса́ Гайси́нович Гаре́ев, Bashkir: Муса Ғaйса улы Гәрәев) was Bashkir commander in the Soviet Air Force, ace during the Great Patriotic War, twice Hero of the Soviet Union and recipient of several other awards.

  17. Vener Galiev

    Vener Galiev

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    Vener Zaynullovich Galiev (Russian: Венер Зайнуллович Галиев; Bashkir: Ғәлиев Венер Зәйнулла улы) born 1 July 1975) is a Bashkir born-Russian ameture wrestler, sambist and mixed martial artist. He started his professional mixed martial arts career in 2004.

  18. Ildar Abdrazakov

    Ildar Abdrazakov


    Ildar Amirovich Abdrazakov (Russian: Ильда́р Ами́рович Абдраза́ков, pronounced ahb-drah-ZAH-koff ) (born 26 September 1976) is a Russian bass opera singer.

  19. Muhammed-Gabdulkhay Kurbangaliev

    Muhammed-Gabdulkhay Kurbangaliev

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    Muhammed-Gabdulkhay Kurbangaliev (Bashkir: Мөхәмәтғәбделхәй Ҡорбанғәлиев, Russian: Мухамме́д-Габдулха́й Курбангали́ев, Japanese: ムハンマド・ガブドゥルハイ・クルバンガリー, 1889—1972) was a Bashkir religious leader, public and political figure in the early 20th century.

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