|Native American? No. A Sakha girl in garb.|
- Genetic studies show that the Sakha (Yakut) people likely came from ancient Saka [Shakya Land, Sakya, Scythia], who ruled Northeast India (and present-day Pakistan including Taxila) some 2,000 years ago. (The Buddha was, after all, a Saka prince). There are some links to Northern India n culture like the köss, which is the distance traveled while a kettle of water comes to the boil. More
She has performed in the USA, Korea, France, Germany, Belgium, Japan, China, Thailand, Holland, Norway, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Azerbaijan, Tatarstan, Bashkortostan, and Turkmenistan.
Her music draws on the powers of nature and the wisdom and traditions of the Yakut people to portray the timeless relationship between humans and the universe.