Mongolian Horse

For the nomad life style horse is play an important part. In old time Mongols say that genuine Mongol “take birth on horseback and die on horseback”. Really, herder’s


Cranes are large, long-legged, long-necked wading birds. there are 15 species of cranes in the world and 7 of them spend warm seasons in Mongolia. By the end

Education system in Mongolia

The first Education Law of Mongolia was adopted in 1968. In July
1991, and June 1995, the Parliament of Mongolia revised the law and approved
the amendments to the

Mongolian religious history

Mongolia is a country of a unique symbiosis of various religions.
Mongolians traditionally having professed polytheistic religion remain remarkably
tolerant in regards to one’s faith and beliefs. Democratic principle

How to greet in Mongolia

When a visitor spots or approaches a ger he says “Nokhoi
khorioroi” which literally means “call off the dog”. A hostess or a child
usually comes out and invites

The period of Hunnu State

Mongol, Turk and Jurchen races had been living in the Mongolian
territory from ancient times. They alternatively ruled over each other. However
the first politically organized community was the

Driving tips in Ulaanbaatar

If you ever have a situation to drive in Ulaanbaatar, here are some required information for you. 1. Ulaanbaatar has around 600,000 cars and approximately 400,000 vehicles to get

Public transportation services in Ulaanbaatar

Public transportation services have been working under the several options in Ulaanbaatar city such as bus, taxi, and lined bus etc. And these services are comparatively easy to take and

Mongolian New Year (Tsagaan sar)

Mongolian Lunar 🌙 New Year, Tsagaan sar is one of the two main celebrations of Mongolia 🇲🇳 (other one Naadam Festival). It is nomads celebration for successfully surpassing the harsh


Shamanism is the very first faith that existed before religion in ancient Mongolia. Nowadays some people still believe and worship this religion (Mongolians don’t consider Shamanism as a religion,