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                  Скульптура «Белый Старец»
                  Скульптура «Белый Старец»
                  White Elder ( kalm. Tsagaan AAV) - pre-Buddhist mythological deity revered for Kalmyks popular patron. White Elder - a symbol of purity and eternity , faith, unity and harmony , the national identity of the Kalmyk people . White Elder considered the patron of all life on Earth , the patron and guardian of the Kalmyks family welfare, wealth and abundance . Sculpture of about three meters , made ​​of white Ural marble . White Elder depicted at full length with his staff in his hand, which holds the pommel in the form of a dragon's head , who is the lord of water elements. On the shoulders of a white cassock - old man thrown over lavshag , his head covered with a cap - gyursn . Near the White Elder depicted Kalmyk steppe inhabitants - the wolf , the eagle (or bird Garuda Khan ) and saiga . Right hand white elders put on the back of the wolf, which symbolizes integrity .