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between 1604 and 1634 was prince of the Chakhar tribes in Inner Mongolia, tried to establish again a Great Khanate modelled after the example of Chenggis and Khubilai Khan
Added: 23.Sep.2008 | Source: Mongoluls: Mongolian Buddhism Glossary
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