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Khadjiun / Khachiun-Bekhi Borjigin dynasty

Russian: Хачиун-беки Борджигин
Also Known As: "Khadjiun / Qaciun", "Khaji'un (Hechuhegejen)", "Kachiun / Hachiun"
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Birthplace: Mongolia
Death: (Date and location unknown)
Cause of death: died young
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Son of Yesügei, Baɡatur of Xamag Mongɡol and Hoelun / Oelun-Eke of the Ongirrat tribe
Father of Eldkinday-Noyon Borjigin dynasty; Kadan; Cáhula/Tzahula; Holhur / Kholhur and Tulune
Brother of Genghis Khan, Khagan of the Mongol Empire; Khasar / Jo'chi Qasar Borjigin dynasty; Temughe Borjigin dynasty; Otchighin-Noyon Borjigin dynasty and Temulun Borjigin dynasty
Half brother of Behter Borjigin dynasty; Belgutai Borjigin dynasty; Bortai ??? and Ghok'chu

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About Khadjiun / Khachiun-Bekhi Borjigin dynasty

Hachiun (Mongolian: Хачиун), also known as Hachiun Alchi (Mongolian: Хачиун Алчи) was a full-brother of Genghis Khan and third son of Hoelun. His father was Yesügei Baghatur.

Hachiun was said to have a very good relationship with his brother Hasar but a poorer one with Temüge. This might be due to preferential treatment of his younger brother in the form of land and power. Of all the brothers he had the firmest relationship with Genghis.

Khachiun died in the battle against Naimans.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hachiun
Hachiun (Mongolian: Хачиун), also known as Hachiun Alchi (Mongolian: Хачиун Алчи) was a full-brother of Genghis Khan and third son of Hoelun. His father was Yesügei Baghatur.

Hachiun was said to have a very good relationship with his brother Hasar but a poorer one with Temüge. This might be due to preferential treatment of his younger brother in the form of land and power. Of all the brothers he had the firmest relationship with Genghis.