• Mongolian history

    Brief history of Mongolia summarized A look at the brief history of Mongolia, in a summarized form. Mongolia in its early days In 209 BC a great leader named Modun united the people of Mongolia. This primitive state was called Hunnu. The Hunnu were a powerful empire and were often at war with China. However, the Hunnu state was dissolved in the 4th century AD From the 6th to the 9th centuries, tribes speaking Turkic languages ​​dominated Mongolia. Then, in 1162, the most famous person in Mongolian history was born. Her name was Temujin. He soon proved to be a…

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  • Mongolian traditions and customs

    What traditions and customs are there in Mongolia? Overview of the customs and traditions of Mongolia. Gastronomy Food in daily life Approximately twenty-five million head of cattle supply the staples of the diet; meat and dairy products figure prominently in this cuisine. Mongolian cuisine is generally very simple and does not use many spices, flavors, or sauces. Common dishes include steamed meat dumplings (buuz), lamb noodle soup (guriltai shul), and fried meat dumplings (huushuur). Mongolians drink copious amounts of milk tea (“suutei tsai”), which often contains salt and a generous spoonful of fresh or rancid butter. Food customs on ceremonial…

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