Grigori Rasputin


Grigori Rasputin was born in Pokrovskoye, Tyumen Oblast, Russia on January 21st, 1869 and is the Politician. At the age of 47, Grigori Rasputin biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
January 21, 1869
Place of Birth
Pokrovskoye, Tyumen Oblast, Russia
Death Date
Dec 30, 1916 (age 47)
Zodiac Sign
Curandero, Mystic, Occultist, Peasant, Politician
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Praskovya Fedorovna Dubrovina, ​ ​(m. 1887)​
3, including Maria Rasputin
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Grigori Rasputin Life

Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin (O.S.) Grigori Yefimovich Rasputin (21 January). 1869 – 1930 – December [O.S.] (17 December 1916) was a Russian mystic and self-proclaimed holy man who befriended the last king of Russia, Tsar Nicholas II, and gained a lot of fame in late imperial Russia. Rasputin, who was born in Pokrovsky, Siberian village of Pokrovska (now Tyumen Oblast), had a religious conversion experience after returning to a monastery in 1897.

He has been described as a monk or a "strannik" (wanderer, or pilgrim), but he claimed to have no official position in the Russian Orthodox Church.

Rasputin captured some church and social figures in St. Petersburg either in 1903 or 1904-2005.

He became a public figure in 1905 and met the Tsar in November 1905. Rasputin began acting as a healer for Alexei, the Tsar's only son who suffered from hemophilia in late 1906.

He was a divisive figure seen by some Russians as a mystic, visionary, and prophet, but by some as a religious charlatan at court.

In 1915, when Nicholas II left St. Petersburg to head Russian armies fighting World War I, the high point of Rasputin's reign was 1915, when both Alexandra and Rasputin's influence increased.

However, both Rasputin and Alexandra became increasingly unpopular as Russian losses in the war escalated.

[O.S.] in the early morning of 30 December [O.S. Rasputin was assassinated by a coalition of conservative noblemen who opposed his clout in Alexandra and the Tsar in 1916. Historians often say that Rasputin's name helped discredit the tsarist government and eventually precipitated the overthrowrow of the Romanov dynasty, which occurred only a few weeks after he was assassinated.

His life and reputation were often based on hearsay and rumors.

Early life

In the Tobolsk Governorate (now Tyumen Oblast) in the Russian Empire, Rasputin was born as a peasant in the small village of Pokrovskoye along the Tura River. He was born on January 21 [O.S.] according to official records. The following day, [1869] was christened on the 9th of January 1869. He was named for St. Gregory of Nyssa, whose feast was held on January 10th.

Rasputin's parents are unknown, although there are no evidences regarding him. Yefim, a pesant farmer and church elder who was born in Pokrovskoye in 1842 and married Anna Parshukova in 1863. Yefim also served as a government courier, transporting people and products between Tobolsk and Tyumen. There were seven other children, none of whom died in childhood and early childhood; Feodosiya is the ninth child of the family; According to historian Joseph T. Fuhrmann, Rasputin was certainly close to Feodosiya and was godfather to her children, but "the facts that have survived do not allow us to say more than that."

Rasputin's youth and early adulthood, according to historian Douglas Smith, are "a black hole about which we know almost nothing," although the lack of trustworthy sources and facts did not discourage others from fabricating stories about his parents and his youth after Rasputin's ascension to fame. Historians agree, however, that Rasputin, like most Siberian peasants, including his mother and father, was not properly educated and remained illiterate well into his early adulthood. According to local archives, he had a somewhat unruly youth, possibly involving alcohol, small robbery, and shaming local officials, but there are no signs of him being charged with stealing horses, blasphemy, or carrying false information, although local police have reported him as a young man.

Rasputin travelled to Abalak, Russia, 250 kilometers east-northeast of Tyumen and 2,800 kilometers east of Moscow, where he met Praskovya Dubrovina, a peasant girl from 1886. They married in February 1887 after a lengthy courtship. Praskovya remained in Pokrovskoye through Rasputin's subsequent travels and ascension to prominence, and remained faithful to him until his death. The couple had seven children, but only three of them survived to adulthood: Dmitry (b). Maria (b. 1895) Maria (b. ) Maria (b. 1895). Varvara, 1898) and Smith (b. 1900 (1900)


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