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This article examines the peace and coexistence of the North Caucasus through the life of Kunta-khadzhi in the mid 19th century. His attitude is fundamentally heterogeneous, compared to the spirit of resistance of Imam Shamil, and the academic analysis related to Kunta-khadzhi is considered to be a barometer for understanding the situation in the northern Caucasus region of the 19th century. This article focuses not on the military situation of Russia and the North Caucasus, on the international relations and various elements of the outside world, and was focused on the life of Kunta-khadzhi and his influence on the people of North Caucasus at that time. In the midst of the Caucasus War, Kunta-khadzhi led the Qadiriya Islamic religious order, which he opposed to the Russian military resistance to the Caucasus, choosing peace instead of war against Russia. He urged that the military confrontation with Russia had no meaning, and that Muslims should explore the truth about God and walk the path of faith that God has proposed. He emphasized that recognizing the realistic power of Russia, laying down arms and going to the spirit of reconciliation in Russia, and walking on the path of God with absolute truth is the fundamental responsibility of Muslims. Kunta-khadzi has said that it is the right way of sufism to seek peace and coexistence, not war, under any circumstances. During the painful times of the people, Kunta-khadzhi led the people with moral uplift and cleanliness with spiritual brotherhood. The war on Russia, which lasted almost 60 years, especially the very fierce battle, was causing great suffering for the people in Chechnya and Dagestan, and at that time his peaceful tenets could gather strong supporters. At this time, when peace and coexistence are valued, it is believed that the life of Kunta-khadzhi, who was active 150 years ago, provides a very important meaning in the culture of Muslim culture and adequately suggests the discourse of peace and coexistence. In this article, I will analyze the duality of sufism as a spirit of resistance and composition in Chapter 2. Chapter 3 describes the activities of Kunta-khadzhi the pro-Russian discourse, and Chapter 4 review values of the Islamic spirit and peace of the Kunta-khadzhi. Chapter 5 examines the proliferation of Kunta-khadzhi's Sufism and its reasons.