2 Shaman From Naryan-Mar

Shaman From Naryan-Mar

Posted on February 27, 2012 by

We’ve come to Naryan-Mar to ask Nikolay, a local shaman, some questions about his life.

Nikolay was born in 1969 and grew up in the orphanage. He studied in several technical secondary schools but he never received his diploma. After long years of looking for his place in this life, he settled down outside Maryan-Mar to open guest tents which are highly popular among both local people and people from other regions of the country. He’s not married.

On the way to the shaman’s tent.

The shaman owns five tents and two dogs. The man treats his guests with venison, cloudberries and fish. People will also have a chance to take a deer ride and make a wish which fulfillment is Nikolay’s responsibility.


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2 Responses to “Shaman From Naryan-Mar”

  1. Testicules says:

    Nothing goes better with reindeer than a nice bottle of sparkling Perrier. Also, the new wide mouth bottle is great for washing one tooth at a time.

  2. Anastasis says:

    Α moral takes advantage from other morals.
    For money or other goods.
    In Greece we say “Στους τυφλούς ο μονόφθαλμος”,
    meaning ‘to blinds the one-eyed’.

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