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The paper discusses the problems of correlation between religious and state-national identity on the example of Buryats in late-imperial Russia. Being the only state religion, Russian Orthodoxy suspected other religions and followers in lack of patriotism and loyalty. On their side, Buddhist clergy diligently proved their devotion to the Tsars and Russian state. The Buryat ethnocultural revival in the end of 19 th -beginning of 20 th century promoted politicization of Buddhism since the Buryatdoi:10.17516/1997-1370-0184 fatcat:6phqbpc2yjhg7i7chcgqzussc4