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  1. The culture of policy making in the transition from socialism: Price policy in Mongolia (Working paper) by Peter Murrell, 1992
  2. Mongolian Culture and Society in the Age of Globalization: Proceedings of an International Research Conference, Western Washington University August 5 - 6, 2005 (Studies on East Asia)
  4. Historical Dictionary of Mongolia (Historical Dictionaries of Asia, Oceania, and the Middle East) by Alan J. K. Sanders, 2003-06
  5. Excavations in Northern Mongolia, 1924-1925 (Memoirs of the Academy of History of Material Culture) by K. V Trever, 1932
  6. Excavations in northern Mongolia, 1924-1925 (Memoirs of the Academy of history of material culture, 3) by Camilla Trever, 1932
  7. Xinglongwa Culture: Neolithic, Jade, Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Pit- House, List of Neolithic Cultures of China
  8. International Symposium on " Dialogue among Civilizations: Interaction between Nomadic and Other Cultures of Central Asia " : Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, August 15-16, 2001 : abstracts
  9. The Unmaking of Soviet Life: Everyday Economies After Socialism (Culture and Society After Socialism) by Caroline Humphrey, 2002-04
  10. Marriage as Political Strategy and Cultural Expression: Mongolian Royal Marriages from World Empire to Yuan Dynasty (Asian Thought and Culture) by George Qingzhi Zhao, 2008-06
  11. Introduction to Mongolian History and Culture (Uralic and Altaic Series) by Larry W. Moses, 1997-07-28
  12. Lost in Mongolia: Travels in Hollywood and Other Foreign Lands by Tad Friend, 2001-03-27
  13. Chinese New Year: Traditional Chinese holidays, Lunar New Year, Chinese calendar, Lantern Festival, List of ethnic groups in China, Koreans, Mongolia, ... people, Japanese people, Canada Post
  14. Folklore In Mongolia by G. N. Potanins, 2010-07-26

21. Culture
mongolia, culture, Back to Top. mongolia did not achieve a cohesive cultureuntil the 20th century, when it became an independent nation.
Country Info Mongolia Introduction Mongolia General Data Mongolia Maps Mongolia Culture ... Mongolia Time and Date Mongolia Culture Back to Top Contemporary cultural life in Mongolia is a unique amalgam of traditional elements—the heritage of centuries—and a growing modern element. Mongolia did not achieve a cohesive culture until the 20th century, when it became an independent nation. Only a few remnants of ancient cultures exist, including Stone Age campsites, and much of Mongolia’s traditional folklore has been lost with succeeding generations. The Republic of Mongolia has tried to establish a national culture and has sponsored drama, art schools, and a state theater of music and drama. Mongolian literature is rich and epic in form.
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  • Dore'S Music Site Dore'S Music Site, the latest and the oldest Realaudios and MP3z files. Mongolian MP3z and Realaudios are here. Check them out! ... Saraa, Angirmaa, Oyunbileg, Har Sarnai, Niciton, Suns, Ariunaa, Salhi, Camerton, Oyuntulhuur, Haranga, Hurd and many more ... URL: Last modified 20-Jun-1999
  • Mongolia Guide Mongolian web directory. Categorized listing of Mongolian sites in the World Wide Web. General information on travel within Mongolia is also provided. URL: Last modified 31-Aug-2000
  • United Nations in Mongolia Up-to-date information about Mongolia, as well as information about the various United Nations Agencies, projects and development issues in Mongolia. URL: Last modified 29-Oct-1999
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culture, ART, DAILY LIFE SPECIAL EVENTS. Zanabazar in mongolian Art. Hewas a philosopher and great teacher of Lamaist Buddhism in mongolia.
Zanabazar in Mongolian Art Film Format: Umatic Length of Film: 45 Minutes Writer: Sh. Yolk Producer: B. Jargal Year Produced: 1996 A film about the first Bogd Khan (Holy King), Zanabazar. He was a philosopher and great teacher of Lamaist Buddhism in Mongolia. The film shows his life and his intellectual creations. Convoy Worker Film Format: Umatic Length of Film: 18 minutes Writer: D. Tsedennorov Producer: P. Bayaraa Year Produced: 1994 A film showing how Mongolians, even in ancient times, used camels in their daily lives to transport goods over long distances. The Shaman of Darzhad Film Format: Umatic Length of Film: 35 minutes Writer: S. Purev Producer: Sh. Badamkhand Year Produced: 1993 A film about ancient shamanism in Mongolia. The programme shows how shamanism is still one of the religions of Mongolia and in particular tells about the shaman of the Darzhad area and shows their performances. Saying Film Format: VHS Length of Film: 20 minutes Writer: B. Enkh-taivan Producer: S. Purevsuren Year Produced: 1997 A film about Mongolia's national parks, mountain ranges, lakes and rivers. The nature of the world Film Format: Betacam Length of Film: 20 minutes Writer: D. Enkhbold

24. Information For Mongolia - Culture, ...
Nadaam in Ulan Bator The Living culture Heritage. There are roughly 5 millionMongols today, of whom 2,2 million live within independent mongolia.
Nadaam in Ulan Bator
The Living Culture Heritage
There are roughly 5 million Mongols today, of whom 2,2 million live within independent Mongolia. The remaining ethnic Mongols live in China (Inner Mongolia) and Siberia in the so called Buryat Autonomous Republic to the east of Lake Baikal. In China and Russia most Mongols no longer live in gers and they have become minorities in their own lands. Mongolian herdsmen of today share the same lifestyles as those their ancestors have practiced since time immemorial. Their land use patterns date back at least to the time of the Huns and the period during which the Chinese started constructing the Great Wall in 200 BC Their life revolves around their yurts, their livestock and the pastures. More than a quarter of the entire population are semi-nomadic herdsmen. Every Mongolian can ride, in fact they dislike walking. The capital, Ulan Bator offer a sharp contrast to the herdsmen´s lifestyles. Most modern buildings have been erected by Russians over the last thirty or so years. A quarter of the Mongolian population live in this city, but over half of these urbanites still live in traditional gers. Typical for Mongolia, there is a tremendous contrast between the old and the new modern Russian-inspired gray buildings. There seems to be very little middle ground. The modern Russian impact on architecture and lifestyle is confined to Ulan Bator and a few other towns. Approximately 6 percent of the population of Mongolia are non-ethnic Mongols. These non-Mongol groups are kazakhs, urianhai (tuvinian) and hoton. Kazakhs are the main inhabitants in western Mongolia, e.g. the Bayan-Ölgii province. They are muslims and speak a Turkic language. Of the Mongolian ethnic groups the Khalkha Mongols make up 70 per cent of the population and the remaining are divided into 14 sub-groups. Westerners find it difficult to distinguish them from each other.

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mongolia's culture and Society Jagchid, Sechin Hyer, Paul 6 x 9.25 , xvi,461 pp., b/w illustrations, notes, index, cloth, dj, Boulder, 1979.

26. Culture
Shamanism is closely related to Mongolian nomadic culture. The tribes in Mongoliafollowed shamanism from the times of the Great Huns until the formation of
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have lived in the vast lands of Central Asia. Raising livestock and nomadic living patterns have found reflection in everyday
thinking and the culture.
One of the unique features of nomadic culture is that Mongolian people live in full harmony with Mother Nature. In comparison
with settled peoples, the nomadic herders, face nature directly on a day in, day out basis. Through this, the herders, are involved in
a multifaceted relationship with nature. This is why Mother Nature is the theme of many epics, blessings, and well-wishes. There
are many traditions, customs, and teachings regarding the protection and care of mother nature. Tearing up flowers and grass,
allowing filth into water systems, digging up and destroying land, killing of animals and destruction of forests are considered sins

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28. Modern Mongolia: Reclaiming Genghis Khan
Was it the influence of Western culture at the end of the 1980s described in detailin chapter four of Paula LW Sabloff, ed. Modern mongolia Reclaiming Genghis
Mongolian Culture What is Culture? Political Culture? Material Culture: The Ger, the Deel, and the Altar in the 20th Century Mongolian Political Culture of Democracy from Genghis Khan to Today Democratic Principles Under Genghis Khan and Mongolia's Culture of Democracy Today ... Back to Main Mongolian Political Culture of Democracy from Genghis Khan to Today Mongolians today value democratic government. In fact, for a country that endured 70 years of Communist rule, they took to democracy very fast. Why would this be so? Was it the influence of Western culture at the end of the 1980s? Was it Mongolians' own nomadic life, where nomads were free to come and go even when the government and class system were hierarchical? Or was it the Mongolian tradition of valuing democratic principles handed down to them by Genghis Khan? It was probably a combination of these three factors. "...Genghis Khan established these democratic principles 9 years before King John signed the Magna Carta..."

29. Mongolia: A Culture Under Threat
The activaties of the local branch of the FPMT (Federation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition)Category Regional Asia mongolia Society and culture Religion...... Lama Zopa Rinpoche established FPMT mongolia at the end of 1999, specificallyto reignite Buddhist culture in mongolia and to help provide social support
It is a time of great need and even greater promise as Mongolia embraces its spiritual roots and establishes a clear path to liberation for the future. Lama Zopa Rinpoche established FPMT Mongolia at the end of 1999, specifically to re-ignite Buddhist culture in Mongolia and to help provide social support, food and education to the poor and under-privileged. FPMT has had many years of experience at helping to establish Buddhism in the West; now FPMT is using this experience to reestablish the Buddhist culture of Mongolia. The FPMT is a non-profit organization founded in 1975. Our organization is based on the Buddhist tradition of Lama Tsongkhapa of Tibet. The FPMT is a network of 126 centers, study groups and projects in 31 countries worldwide. Friends of Mongolia Your Help Is Urgently Needed.
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  • Friends Of Mongolia
    An incorporated nonprofit organization conducting operations in both Mongolia and the United States. It organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educational and developmental purposes.
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  • Mongol Yurt Association
    A non-profit organization to promote the Mongol culture and tradition in the United States. It offering Mongolian traditional sport events, annual Naadam events and others.
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  • Mongolia Resource Page This site contains a lots of informations about history, latest news, travel, human rights, culture and much more from Soros Foundation. URL: Last modified 11-Jul-2000
  • Mongolian Foundation For Open Society A non-profit and non-partisan organization promoting the development of open society in Mongolia. URL:

32. Mongolia Today - Online Magazine | CULTURE
Seven mongolian proverbs (in transcription) with English translation.Category Society Folklore Literature Proverbs and Sayings Asian...... Copyright 19992002 mongolia Today. All rights reserved. The mongoliaToday Web site is designed and produced by Online LLC, mongolia.
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WISDOM OF NOMADS Sayings and proverbs Proverbs form a special part of the Mongolian language permeating every aspect of daily life. From times immortal Mongols developed rich traditions of oral literature as the nomadic lifestyle did not allow to preserve heavy books. These proverbs contain the wisdom of nomads accumulated over the millennia and probably came from the times of Huns. Do not start if afraid, once begun do not be afraid. Aival bu khii, hijvel buu ai. While father alive to get to know people
While horse is strong travel to see places Aavyn bied huntej tanilts
Agtny bied gazar uz Supreme treasure - knowledge
Middle treasure - children
Lowest treasure - material wealth Erhem bayan erdem
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Baga bayn ed hogshil If you endeavour, the fate will favour you Ezen hicheevel zaya hicheene A man fails seven times and rises eight times Er hun doloo dordozh najm sehdeg Union is source of success Evlevel butne If mind is clean, fate is good Sanaa sajn bol zaya sajn Back to Top Mongolia Today
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33. Mongolia Today - Online Magazine | Treasure Books
Nomads who adopted the culture of Buddhism revered books as the paramount treasures fromTibetan, Sanskrit, Chinese and Persian appeared in mongolia as early
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Books of Knowledge Volumes of religious manuscripts and texts were lavishly embroidered with gold, silver and precious stones. "The day they burned our monastery's sacred treasures- the gold plated books and scripts,- was the darkest in my life," an old lama who spoke this has long died. So did P.Khorloo, a rural teacher who secretly collected ancient books and scripts and interviewed old monks. But their deeds preserved and passed on the rich culture and the knowledge to the next generations. Nomads who adopted the culture of Buddhism revered books as the paramount treasures of humanity and the source of knowledge. Each nomad family considered it to be a great honor to have at home books and musical instruments.
"Even despite the ban on religious scripts and millions of books burnt in 1930s, every herder family, especially with old people, preserves one," from records of a Polish ethnographic expedition which worked in Bayan soum of the Tuv province in mid 70s. For some the notion of wandering nomads and written books may never come together. In reality, the history of the Mongolian books counts more than 800 years beginning with the epic of the "Secret History of the Mongols"

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Archaeological finds suggest that primitive man appeared in what is now Mongolia300,000 to 350,000 years ago and recent investigations suggest that Mongols
HOME INFORMATION SIGHTSEEING EVENTS ... ART People Archaeological finds suggest that primitive man appeared in what is now Mongolia 300,000 to 350,000 years ago and recent investigations suggest that Mongols take their origin from the Huns (or Huunu) who lived in Central Asian Countries many years ago. The term 'Mongol' only gained prominence in the early 13th Century with the emergence of the Mongolian ethnic unit and the formation of a single state. The word 'Mongol' has two suggested meanings. The first is a geographical name 'Mon gol' which means the river Mon. The second suggestion is that it should be pronounced 'Mun gol', interpreting 'Mun' as correct, basic or true and 'gol' as pivot, centre or essence. The combination would then be 'true essence'. The development of the present ethnic composition has gone through several historical stages. The formation and disintegration of numerous military tribal alliances of ancient nomads and their mass migrations over vast expanses of the Euro-Asian steppes, resulted in the emergence of the Mongolian Nationality which consists 86% of Khalkh-Mongol tribes. The population of Mongolia consists of twenty ethnic groups although their are few differences in language. Only the Kazakhs speak in their mother tongue. Kazakhs, Derbets, Buryats and other national minorities are concentrated where they have always lived.

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36. EurasiaNet Culture - Mongolia's Universities: A Woman's World
culture. mongolia'S UNIVERSITIES A WOMAN'S WORLD Nomin Lhagvasuren2/3/02 A EurasiaNet Partner Post from Transitions Online. A walk
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Contributing Sites Grants and Employment Opportunities in Central Eurasia Search EurasiaNet Eurasia Policy Forum Drug Policy, HIV/AIDS and the Public Health Crisis in Central Asia Caspian Revenue Watch CULTURE MONGOLIA'S UNIVERSITIES: A WOMAN'S WORLD Nomin Lhagvasuren: 2/3/02 A EurasiaNet Partner Post from Transitions Online A walk through the corridors of Mongolia's universities and colleges can leave a visitor somewhat surprised. Almost everywhere, women's faces dominateso much so that one might wonder if the men are hiding. But they are not. Universities in Mongolia simply do not enroll many men: Sixty percent of graduates are women, and in some places women outnumber men four to one. This, of course, is not because Mongolian mothers give birth to fewer boys. In fact, in every age category in Mongolia, men are equally represented. Nor is the imbalance in the educational systeminternationally, an educational system is said to be imbalanced if the gender gap is wider than 10 percenta legacy of the communist era. Then, men and women were equally likely to enter higher education.

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More Flags ... Travel Warning History Mongolian ancient history reaches back to the 12th century. Tibetan Buddhist theocracy and secular Mongol aristocracy ruled the country from 1696 until the 20th century, under the suzerainty of the Qing (Manchu) dynasty of China. Mongolia declared independence from China after the Chinese revolution of 1911. Russian-backed Mongolian Communists established a Provisional People's Government in 1921. The Mongolian People's Republic was set up after the death of the last Buddhist ruler in 1924 but was not recognized by China until 1946. Mongolia maintained close ties with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Trade and cultural relations with Communist China, established in 1949, were curtailed by the Sino-Soviet split in the late 1950s.

38. Guardian Unlimited Travel | Culture | Mongolia Than Thou
What at first glance seemed to be an exciting display of local culture soon lost Mongoliaisn't renowned for its cuisine, but for festival snacking you can't,7447,890536,00.html
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39. Worldwide Escapes - Horses And Culture Of Mongolia
If we have one image of mongolia imprinted in our minds, it is probably a Reserve,stay in gers and sample other aspects of this engaging culture and country.
If we have one image of Mongolia imprinted in our minds, it is probably a nomadic horseman galloping across the steppe on a beautiful steed. In this trip we witness and learn about the Takhi, a previously extinct wild Mongolian horse, which was been reintroduced into the wild from zoos. We also trek in Hustain Nuruu National Reserve, stay in gers and sample other aspects of this engaging culture and country.
Citizens of most Asian nations can visit Mongolia without a visa for a certain period of time. Please check with the Mongolian Embassy or Consulate in your country. Citizens of most Western countries require a visa to visit Mongolia. However, if the visit is for less than one month, no official or private invitation is needed (except for citizens of Russia and China). Visas are usually issued within 24 hours by Mongolian Diplomatic Missions. Foreign nationals who wish to pay a visit to Mongolia for more than 30 days should have an official or private invitation.
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Morning flight from Beijing to Ulaanbaatar. Upon arrival in Ulaanbaatar, drive to the ger camp just outside of Ulaanbaatar. Overnight in gers, the traditional felt tents of nomadic herders.

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