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The Last Dervish of Kazakhstan (2010)

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The form of Sufism present in Kazakhstan was originally born through the contact between Islam and the local Central Asian traditions, most notably Shamanism and Tengriism. Bifatima is ... See full summary »

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The form of Sufism present in Kazakhstan was originally born through the contact between Islam and the local Central Asian traditions, most notably Shamanism and Tengriism. Bifatima is widely considered the last practicing dervish in Kazakhstan, a guardian of this old line of Sufi tradition. The film shows her performing rituals in which ancient shamanistic practices merge with religious beliefs. Written by Anonymous

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14 October 2010 (Serbia)  »

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