Development of Nationality

A great research was made by scientists on the territories which were theoretically occupied by the vulgar Bulgars. According to the studies, we can observe three distinct stages of the Bulgar variations of nation development. First one states, that from the beginning of the first century AD which is between 15 and 47 years AD to be more precise, in the Middle Itil basin, on the territory of modern Samara province, on the coast of the river Kinel, or Khinel, was a princedom Bulyar, initial name of whose was Atil. It was established by chieftan Kama - Tarkhan, who came with Utigurs, closely related to Bulgars, from the regions of Northern China. Second stage takes place by the middle of the fourth century AD direct descendants of Sumerians - soldiers settled in the strategically two most important regions of Caucasus. One group of authentic Bulgars settled in the plains of Northern Dagestan, and another settled in the territory of Caucasian Albania (present Azerbaijan), south of the Derbent pass. The Caucasus Bulgars in those times were called by a general name 'Burdjans' which is in closer proximity can remind us of the word 'Bulgars', or 'Dagestani Bulgars' as they would be called later on. And finally we observe the process of disintegration of the Hunnish state stretched for many centuries and resulted in mass resettlement of Hunnish peoples or their splinters in the regions of Western Siberia, Kazakhstan, Central Asia, Itil basin, Northern Caucasus, Northern North Pontic and Meotida, which is altogether constitutes the third historical stage. However, approximately until the 360's the waves of Hunnish infiltration west of Itil had incidental character. And just for the record, the word 'Itil' which meant the name of the river was transferred into the word 'Volga' and according to this research, thanks to the name of the tribe camping at its shores.

The term of 'vulgar' might be referred to the root settlement, or meaning the source of the whole Bulgar nation development. And by tracing their places of living and studying their culture we can closer examine the variations of their great nation which still keeps its secrets of its origin, appearance, and their natural, or vulgar, way of living and thinking beyond. Because what we presently know about them does not give answers for many questions aroused, their culture seems to be even more progressive at their time rather than we have at ours, just as an example, if we could keep up with their 'researches' and ideas put forward, we had to have our vehicles fly by air rather than riding on the ground. And this is the reason why that nation still draws reasonable scientific attention to itself.