4 MUST see places in Southern MONGOLIA

The southern part of Mongolia is a large desert region in Asia. The desert basin is bounded by the Altai Mountains on the west and the grassland and steppes of Mongolia on the northeast. The sunset at

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Top 5 MONGOLIAN meals you MUST try

When you travel to Mongolia you can see that is a country of meat.  All of the traditional meals are mostly made with mutton and beef. Mongolian nomads don’t usually excessively wash the me

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5 REASONS YOU SHOULD NEVER VISIT MONGOLIA

Who are Mongolians and what do they do? Have any of your friends been to Mongolia? Well... mine have; and this is what they had to say about this far away country. The people are too polite and kind&

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MONGOLIAN HORSES

Juulchin LTD Mongolian Horses Batnyam Soyol-Erdene Introduction Mongolia is well known throughout the world as the nation of horses. The fame of the Mongolian horde and their short but powerful

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TRAVELLING TO MONGOLIA IN WINTER

Travelling to Mongolia in winter When we think of Mongolia, we think of the endless blue sky, towering mountains, a wild landscape filled with nomads and the national festival Naadam. However, not ma

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MONGOLIAN NATIONAL HOLIDAYS

TsagaanSar. TsagaanSar is celebrated during the breeding season. The approaching spring would bring an abundance of milk an dairy products, the “white food” of the Mongolians. Hence the n

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GANJUUR

Readers at the Central Public library havethe opportunity of acquainting themselves with “Ganjur”, extremely rare Tibetan book of the 11th  century. It sets forth the fundamentals of

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MONGOLIIN NUUTS TOWCHOO

One of the most important historical and literature monuments is the “MongoliinNuutsTovchoo” (The Secret History of the Mongols) written in 1240 on the banks of river Onon. The Secret Hist

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JADAMBA

In the State Public Library there are 3 copies of the 2500 year old sacred book Jadamba. Ac¬cording to legend, the first copy was used by the Indian philosopher, Nagaijuna. The second copy belonge

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30 FACTS ABOUT ULAANBAATAR (PART1)

30 FACTS ABOUT ULAANBAATAR Ulaanbaatar is a magnificent city full of astounding history, and has an ambitious future with creative and unique artists, strong and powerful athletes, talented and hones

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TRAVEL TO MONGOLIA

Imagine a land with no fences and walls. Imagine vast, open and free countryside unchanged for millennia. Imagine a land where travel is still an experience of the senses and challenge to all your ass

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THE MONGOLIAN LITERATURE HERITAGE

Mongolian Script Mongolians have used a number of scripts in their history. Each era produced its own script The Huns and Kidans each developed distinctive forms of writing. Then there wa

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MONGOL SHIMYN ARKHI

Mongols have made Shimyn Arkhi for many centuries, since the first Mongol people, the Hunnus. Making Shimyn Arkhi is a complex process and requires a lot of skill and the right materials. The process

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BORTS

The Mongol’ nomadic way of life and the country’s climatic condition has give rise to specific methods of preserving meat. The most widespread one is air – drying, or bortslokh. Beef

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OVOO TAHIKH

Shamanism holds that there art deities in mountains and rivers, and that these are eternal spirits. Shamans worship the spirits of the deceased, renowned shamans and those who have died accidental

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TRADITIONAL WEDDING

TRADITIONAL WEDDING Wedding ceremonies vary according to which ethnic group the bride and groom belong to. But all weddings must take place on an auspicious day, as advised by a [local lama in

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BUILDING A NEW GER

One of the most common holidays for Mongols is the ceremony of putting up a new ger, a kind of housewarming party. This ceremony is held on two occasions firstly, when erecting the new ger with which

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HOSPITALITY AND CUSTOMS OF MONGOLIA

“Happy is he, whom guests frequent, joyful is he at whose door guests” horses are always tethered” runs a Mongolian proverb. We consider it a discourtesy and a disgrace if a traveler

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