ARCHEOLOGICAL MONUMENTS OF THE UYGHURS IN THE TERRITORY OF MONGOLIA

In this work, we aimed at identifying the features, purpose and structure of each monument within the ancient  Uyghur’s archeological monuments existing in Mongolia.  At present urban settlements (approx.15), noble tombs, a large number of more basic tombs, presumably for ordinary people,  kurgan stelae,  stone lions, turtle stone steles, and altars have been discovered in […]

The Khalkh Mongols’ Long Folk Song and Customs

The Khalkh Mongols’ Long Folk Song and Customs (Introduction of a Book) As a result of our research, a long folk song of the Mongols is a unique form of  development of special connections in the human mind through interaction with nature. In the history of Mongolian long folk long, it has not only been […]

The Oirad Mongols’ Long Folk Song, Customs, and Inheritors

By  M.Dorjdagva The Oirad Mongols’ Long Folk Song, Customs, and Inheritors                                                  (Introduction of a Book) Our research has covered a wide range of Mongolians’ traditional long folk songs of the Oirad Mongols living in Uvs, Khovd, Bayan-Ulgii aimags of Mongolia and it includes  their singing ritual, knowledge, and techniques. They are:  A total of […]

STUDY, PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION, PROMOTION OF A LONG FOLK SONG

STUDY, PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION,  PROMOTION OF A LONG  FOLK SONG It should be noted that currently the Long Folk Song not only have being restored and disseminated at the national level of Mongolia, but the method and technique of singing of Long  Folk Song, humanity and educational role of this unique long folk song have […]

The Silk Road and Nomads

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE “The Silk Road and Nomads” in Mongolia on July 18th-19th, 2018           The historic Silk Roads were a network of trade routes across countries that spanned much of the globe from prehistoric times until the present day, along which people of different cultures, religions and different systems of food production, exchanged ideas and […]

ARCHEOLOGICAL EVIDENCE OF PAPERMAKING FOUND IN MONGOLIA

Our Researchers have discovered stone construction used to make paper  at the ancient city ruin called Tsantyin Ders,  Orkhon sum of Selenge aimag of Mongolia. The ruins of the Tsankhi Ders are related to the Mongol Empire ( the first half of the XIII-XIY century ) and it is interesting to find out that they […]