Bagvalal People
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Bagvalal People
Bagvalal
Total population
3,054 (1926)
Regions with significant populations
 Russia5[1]
Languages
Bagvalal language
Religion
Islam

The Bagvalal (also called Bagulal, Kwantl Hekwa, Bagolal, Kwanadi, Bagulaltsy, Kvanadin, and Kvanadintsy) are an Avar-Andi-Dido people of Dagestan, speaking the Bagvalal language. Since the 1930s they have been largely classed as and assimilated by the Avars. However there were still some people reported separately in the 2002 census. Most Bagvalals are Sunni Muslims.

Geography

The Bagvalal live in mountain villages in the Tsumadinsky District of Dagestan. The names of the Bagvalal villages are: Kvanada, Gimerso, Tlisi, Tlibisho, Khushtada, and Tlondada.

Demographics

In 1926 there were 3,054 Bagvalals.

References

Sources

Wixman, Ronald. The Peoples of the USSR: An Ethnographic Handbook. (Armonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, Inc., 1984) p. 19.


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