Ethnological field expedition ‘Yak husbandry, traditional technology to process milk and dairy products and modernization’

Ethnological field expedition ‘Yak husbandry, traditional technology to process milk and dairy products and modernization’ Goal: To study the traditional livestock husbandry of Yaks, modern manners of animal husbandry, the types of Yak milk products and traditional methods, techniques and technologies of making dairy products in the Yak habitat region (Zuunmod bagh, Al Teeliin Davaat […]

A Contest ‘Undur Gegeen Zanabazar and the Cultural Heritage of the Mongols’ in cooperation with the Union of Mongolian Artists and the Governor’s Office of Uvurkhangai province

IISNC organized a Contest ‘Undur Gegeen Zanabazar and the Cultural Heritage ‘ in Uvurkhangai province in cooperation with the Union of Mongolian Artists and the Governor’s Office of Uvurkhangai province. A joint exhibition of best works was held in Yesunzuil soum, Uvurkhangai province, where the best 3 artworks were awarded with prize and a certificate […]

Online conference of “Nomadic heritage and culture” in cooperation with the IISNC, the Institute of Mongol Studies of the University of Inner Mongolia and the Institute of Business Management and Humanities of Mongolian University of Science and Technology

IISNC held international research conferences “Nomadic heritage and culture”, including the 1st branch forum of “Mongolian equine culture”  and the 2nd branch forum “Mongolian traditional clothes”, in cooperation with the Institute of Mongol Studies of the University of Inner Mongolia and the Institute of Business Management and Humanities of Mongolian University of Science and Technology […]

Tatarstan-Mongolian Joint Online Symposium on Biibulag ruin, an ancient city from Uyghur Khanate

An online symposium aimed to discuss the results of joint historical-archeological studies and future plans was held under the title of ‘International /Online/ Conference for Joint Tatarstan-Mongolian Archaeological Research in Biibulag ruin, an ancient city from Uyghur Khanate” was held within the framework of ancient nomadic cities and settlements” (2018-2020). The online symposium was held […]

THE ORIGIN OF EPICS OF MONGOL NOMADS (4.5pps)

Mongolian epics were registered in the UNESCO Cultural Heritage List of Humanity, whereat Mongolia has been obliged to study, protect, preserve and develop Mongolian epics. However, no consensus has been reached as to the origin of Mongolian epics in terms of dating, social development phases and space. Therefore, aiming to sketch an outline of these […]

‘THE ORIGIN AND THE ETHNO-CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT OF NOMADIC MONGOLS (4,5 pps)

The archeological finds dating from Neolithic Age to late Bronze Age covering 3rd to 1st millennia BCE unearthed in the territory of Mongolia and its neighboring regions have been studied on a comparative basis, where the results of Carbon-14 radiocarbon dating, paleo-anthropological and paleo-genetical laboratory tests were utilized. As a result of this study that […]

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 […]

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