, Abilova Narmina¹*ID
1Southwest University. School of Politics and Public Administration. Chongqing, China.
E-mail: email@example.com (Tao Lin), firstname.lastname@example.org (Abilova)
Abstract. This article examines the process of formation of Tengrianism in the cultures of Eastern European peoples of Turkic origin. The study of the history and current state of the Turkic peoples of the Volga region and the Urals will allow you to better choose an angle for considering the history of the culture of the Turks, will provide a basis for the worldview and worldview of these peoples, and will also allow you to better understand the geopolitical events of a particular historical epoch. Rethinking Tengrianism as a system of worldview among the peoples of the Volga-Ural region is important not only from the point of view of the formation of cultural history, but also through the projection of the influence of this region on the history of our own homeland. The commonality of culture, expressed in traditional culture, everyday life, food and customs, allows us to consider the history of this region as a single whole, which prompts us to reconsider a number of nodal problems of the history of the nomads of Eurasia.
Key words: Tengrianism, Medieval studies, culture, nomadism, Volga region, Urals, world religions,
steppe, Middle Ages.