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  1. Women in Mongolia
  2. Voice of Mongolia by Lambert M. Surhone, Miriam T. Timpledon, et all 2010-07-05
  3. The Mongols in Iran: Chingiz Khan to Uljaytu 12201309 (Curzon Persian Art & Culture) by Judith Kolbas, 2006-02-14
  4. MONGOLIAN GRAMMAR [4th Revised Edition] by Dandii-Yadamyn, and Rita Kullmann Tserenpil, 2008-01-01
  5. Cultural Policy in the Mongolian People's Republic (Studies and documents on cultural policies) by Mongolian National Commission, 1982-08
  6. Impact of socialism on contemporary society of Mongolia: With special reference to religion & culture by Maqsooda Sarfi, 1995
  7. The Legacy of the Mongol Empire (Curzon Persian Art & Culture)
  8. Chosen by the Spirits: Following Your Shamanic Calling by Sarangerel, 2001-05-15
  9. 100 Influential World Figures by Chen Tao, 2005

41. FIFTA, Mongolia
During the seven decades of its existence as a socialist country mongolia achievedconsiderable results in terms of economy, culture and civil education.

About Mongolia: Country Information
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Transportation Hotel and Restaurant Accommodation Man first inhabited the territory of the present-day Mongolia in 500th millennium BC. Archaeologists have identified a distinct Mongolian people as early as the second millennium BC. Several states of the Mongolian tribes such as Hunnu, Jujan, Turkic, Uigur, Kidan succeeded each other before the 12th century A.D. In 1206 the warring nomadic tribes were unified by Chinggis Khan and armed with a swift and powerful cavalry he embarked on military campaigns across Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe. In one and a half centuries that followed, Mongolians built up one of the largest empires known in the world. Before his death in 1227 Chinggis Khan divided the empire into four kingdoms to be ruled by his sons and grandsons. They extended the territory of the empire conquering almost the whole Eurasian Continent from Southeast Asia to the Central Europe.

42. Nomads Tours :: Mongolia Geography & Country Guide
About The Country · Mongolian culture · FAQ · Interesting Mongolian Links · VirtualTours · Julia Roberts · About The Company · Info For Tour Operators

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43. Mongolia Page
culture culture, History Images. HISTORY. Introduction to the History ofmongolia; Mongol Empire Chronology and Map; Cultural Heritage of mongolia;
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  • 44. Mongolia Homepage
    mongolia history, language, government, and culture.Category Regional Asia mongolia Society and culture......The mongolian Homepage is a compilation of mongolian writers works on mongolia andits history, language, government, culture., as well as the Econominc Laws
    Let us Welcome you with the Traditional Mongol Greeting
    We are pleased to offer the latest versions of the effective laws of Mongolia, adopted for the purpose of strengthening democracy and developing market economy, as well as information on history and culture of the Mongolian people.
    Mongolia Law Library
    This is a co-operative project maintained by: Surenguin Badral has been a foreign service officer of Mongolia. Mitch Rice is a student of Central Asian music, history, and culture.
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    45. Mongolia Asian Culture Page With Food Information And Recipes From Asia
    Story 'Potato of Doom' A travelers experience with one meal in MongoliaMongolian culture. The Mongolian way of life is nomadic
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    Story: 'Potato of Doom' A travelers experience with one meal in Mongolia
    Mongolian Culture
    The Mongolian way of life is nomadic and intimately connected with the ways of animals. Despite urbanisation, the traditions of the steppes live on. Even in the cities, most Mongolians continue to live in a ger , a large, white felt tent that can be moved easily and has a universal layout: the door always faces south; towards the back and a little to the west is the place of honour set aside for guests; the back of the ger, the khoimor , is the place for elders and most treasured possessions; and on the back wall is the family altar, with Buddhist images, family photos and suitcases. Get a local to explain the dozens of traditional, religious and superstitious rules and customs associated with gers. Mongolians have always taken wholeheartedly to Tibetan Buddhism and the links between Mongolia and Tibet are old and deep. Once in a lifetime, every devout Buddhist Mongolian tries to reach the holy city of Lhasa; the Tibetans in turn have relied on various Mongolian tribes to sustain their power. In Mongolia at the time of the communist takeover in 1921, there were 110,000 lamas (monks) living in about 700 monasteries. Beginning in the 1930s, thousands of monks were arrested, sent to Siberian labour camps and never heard from again. Monasteries were closed and ransacked and all religious worship and ceremonies outlawed. Not until 1990 was freedom of religion restored. Since then, there's been a phenomenal revival of Buddhism (and other religions). Monasteries have reopened, and even some ex-Communist Party officials have become lamas. Monasteries and temples (

    46. Mongolia Potato Story With Asian Culture And Food Information And Recipes From A
    mongolian culture. The Potato Of Doom Dining in mongolia by Dan Bennett.Well it's lunchtime and I'm NOT going to do any work over
    Current time in Mongolia
    Mongolian Culture
    The Potato Of Doom: Dining in Mongolia
    by Dan Bennett
    Well it's lunchtime and I'm NOT going to do any work over lunchtime, so I thought I'd write up a little story about an experience I had in Mongolia in the Summer of 1992. This could be quite long, depending on how wordy I get 8-) . I was on a short visit (3 weeks) with a couple of missionary-type people, one of whom left after our first week. That left me and an American girl called Wendy (from Florida, Kathy). We were staying in a flat very kindly vacated for us by some Mongolian friends of mine in Ulaanbaatar. We had expressed an interest in visiting somewhere in the countryside, but flying to remote parts was not a good idea because flights were erratic due to fuel shortages. So our host arranged for us to stay for a couple of nights with a semi-permanently based family about 10 or 15 km outside Ulaanbaatar. So we were driven to this family's ger, which was actually only about 50 metres from the main road that runs East out of U-B. It's in the Tuul Valley, so it's the main communications channel (the railway runs along the other side of the valley at that point). The tent was set up for us right next to the River Tuul (which is neither deep nor wide there), and we were introduced to our hosts in the country: Byamba and his wife (can't remember her name) and their 18-year old son. So we spent quite a lot of time that morning sitting in the ger, which was rather cold because its skirts were hitched up for ventilation and it wasn't really warm weather. We had mongolian milky tea (which I *always* love drinking - we make it at home sometimes), and bread with clotted cream and sugar (very nice).

    47. Culture
    Greek columns of the opera and dance theatres to the bold copper mongolian roofof the Palace of culture – express the hybrid culture mongolia has forged
    Arts From prehistoric oral epics to the latest movie from MongolKino, the many arts of Mongolia convey the flavour of nomadic life. Watching dancers in a ger or a professional ensemble on the stage of a theatre in Ulaanbaatar is a reminder that Mongolia has evolved traditional and unique songs, music, dances, costumes, paintings styles, sculptures, plays, films, crafts, carpets and textiles. One surprise about Ulaanbaatar is the number, and quality, of cultural shows in the various theatres. The buildings themselves – from the salmon-pink walls with Greek columns of the opera and dance theatres to the bold copper Mongolian roof of the Palace of Culture – express the hybrid culture Mongolia has forged from all sides. Most Mongolians may be unable to afford to see their own circus and dance and opera troupes, but a major cultural renaissance is under way, as Mongolians rediscover what the Soviets had repressed.
    Music Modern. Young Mongolians in Ulaanbaatar can now watch videos of western music on satellite TV, but they also enjoy listening to local groups, which sing in the Mongolian language but have definite western influences. These include the soul vocal group Camerton; the heavy metal rockers, Niciton; and the sweet sounds of the popular female vocalist, Saraa. In summer, especially around Naadam, they often perform at the Palace of Culture. Most souvenir stores sell cassettes and compact discs of these, and other, Mongolian musicians. Traditional.

    48. Art In Mongolia
    Things changed when it became an independent nation, and with independencecame attempts at preserving what relics of mongolia's culture remain.
    Home About Us Search Back to Mongolia Art in Mongolia Until the 20th century, Mongolia didn't have a united culture. Things changed when it became an independent nation, and with independence came attempts at preserving what relics of Mongolia's culture remain. The folklore of Mongolia has diminished with each generation, although a national culture has been attempted by the Republic of Mongolia. Some of the Republic's efforts include art schools, a state music and drama theater as well as the sponsoring of drama. In Ulaanbaatar, there are museums that house treasures from Mongolia's past. The State Central Museum has antiquities and art treasures, while the Fine Arts Museum has sculpture and paintings. Another museum, the Museum of Religion is comprised of Lamaist remnants. Suggestions Organization Info Become a Sponsor Privacy Statement

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    50. Petroglyphs! Ancient Burial Sites And More! Mongolia!: Archaeology, Culture, Bei
    you will pass the Great Wall at three locations, ruins in Inner mongolia and the withyour guide and the local guide (possibly the minister of culture for the
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    Click here for info This journey is truly a safe Indiana Jones Adventure! We will take you to the Great Wall of China, the Forbidden City, the Trans-Mongolian Railway to UlaanBaatar, the Altai mountains, ancient burial sites, petroglyphs, the Kazakh eagle-hunters, Karakhorum (the ancient capital of Chingiis Khan), the Gandan Monastery with its 80-foot tall statue of Buddha and much more!
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    Aug. 4 - Leave LA for your flight to Beijing, the adventure begins. L D
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    Aug. 5 - Arrive in Beijing in the evening. Our guide will meet you at the airport and transfer you to your hotel. B L D
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    Aug. 6 - We will have a tour of TianAnmen Square and the Forbidden City. After lunch we will take you to the Temple of Heaven and then to the Beijing and then to the Beijing zoo Panda exhibit. B L D
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    Aug. 7 - Today you will be taken to the Great Wall at Mutianyu. It is exciting to actually be standing and walking along this great Wonder of the World. This is a site on the Great Wall that is not as full of tourists. It does have a couple of interesting features as well- you ride up to the wall on gondolas. After you have walked along the wall and experienced its majesty you then have the option of descending the hill on the gondolas or on one-man tobaggans. After the tour, we will return you to the hotel.

    51. In Mongolia, An Ecotour Consisting Of A Combined Culture & Birding Tour
    Profile of an ecotour in mongolia consisting of a combined cultureand birding experience. A Combined culture Birding Tour Hosts
    A Combined Culture
    Borjigon Bat and his wife Tsetsgee When: Anytime Length of stay: A 7-day itinerary is proposed but customized stays of any length are welcome Minimum number of guests: One Fee:
    • 4 guests - 150 each
    • 3 guests - 200 each
    • 2 guests - 250 each
    • 1 guests - 300 each
    Price includes lodging, meals in Ulaanbaatar and countryside NOTE: Guests will travel up to 400 km with their hosts. There are many other routes for combined cultural and history tours we can discuss. Ugii Lake is 400 km from the Capital city.
    Day 1 (half day): You will arrive in Ulaanbaatar, the Capital city of Mongolia. We will meet you at Buyant-Ukhaa International Airport. You will soon be transferred to a Hotel. Depending on your arrival time (noon or afternoon) we will organize for you a city sightseeing tour in Ulaanbaatar. You may be able to see by your choice two or three of the following cultural attractions, namely the National Historical Museum, the Mongolian Natural Museum, Gandan Buddhist Monastery, Bogd Khaan Museum, Choijin Lam Museum. In late afternoon (18:00-20:00 ) you will enjoy performance of "Tumen Ekh" Mongolian Folk and Dance Ensemble or Opera House. Day 2: At 9 a.m.

    52. Books Of Mongolia
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    53. Culture Of Singapore
    culture mongolia Exhibition(mongolia,English,There are many mongoliaarts.). Introduction to the Art of mongolia(mongolia,English
    C ULTURE Mongolia Exhibition Mongolia ,English,There are many Mongolia arts.) Introduction to the Art of Mongolia Mongolia ,English,If you want to understand the Mongolia art,click here) Back to Mongolia Cover Page A-net
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    54. Absolute Asia - Mongolia Tours
    KHARAKHORUM culture (6 Days/5 Nights) Ulaanbaatar, Hogno Han, Kharakhorum, ErdeneZuu, Shankh Hiid This tour concentrates on the historical riches of mongolia
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    KHARAKHORUM CULTURE (6 Days/5 Nights)
    Ulaanbaatar, Hogno Han, Kharakhorum, Erdene Zuu, Shankh Hiid

    This tour concentrates on the historical riches of Mongolia set amidst a backdrop of awesome natural splendor. From the capital city of Ulaanbaatar visit Gandan Monastery, one of the most resplendent in the land. Head on the Hogno Han ger camp at the base of the mountains and uniquely situated at the confluence of three distinct geographical zones: steppe, desert and forest. Drive to Kharakhorum, the heart of Chingis Khan's Mongol Empire in the 13th century. Visit nearby Erdene Zuu monastery, the site of Buddhist practice and worship for over a thousand years. Also visit Shankh Hiid monastery, currently being restored, and the remains of Ovgon Monastery. Stop for tea with horse breeding families on your drive back to Ulaanbaatar.

    55. The Living Culture Heritage Of Mongolia
    The Living culture Heritage. There are roughly 5 million Mongols today,of whom 2,3 million live within independent mongolia. The
    Vegetation map Mountains Taiga Forest Forest Steppe - Mosaic ... The Hentii Wilderness
    The Living Culture Heritage
    There are roughly 5 million Mongols today, of whom 2,3 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 have become minorities in their own lands. Mongolian herdsmen of today share the same lifestyle as those their ancestors have practiced since time immemorial. The 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 revolving around their yurts (ger), livestock and the pastures. More than a quarter of the entire population are semi-nomadic herdsmen.
    During a horse trail journey Badrakh and Ganbold invited us
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    56. Citizens Against Communist Chinese Propaganda: Free Southern Mongolia !
    Supporting the mongolian separatist movement. News reports and links.Category Society Issues Secession China...... The Federation will soon publish the Voice of Southern mongolia to introducethe history, culture, geography and present situation of Inner mongolia in
    Free Inner Mongolia !
    See the CACCP pages on Tibet and Eastern Turkestan
    Chinese language
    Kang Sheng And The False Case of "The New Inner Mongolian People's Revolutionary Party"
    Read the book the Chinese Communist Party published and then banned. What's Happening in Southern Mongolia ? What do the Southern Mongolians say ?
    • View of Inner Mongolia by Bache Paper presented at "Exposing Communist Chinese Government Influence in America " Conference, Orlando, Florida May 15, 1999

    57. Art And Culture (Mongolia)
    Art and culture mongolia Exhibition english After more than five years of globalplanning and negotiations, the Asian Art Museum is bringing a landmark
    Mongolia Art and Culture Mongolia Exhibition english - After more than five years of global planning and negotiations, the Asian Art Museum is bringing a landmark international exhibition to San Francisco this summer. The result of an historic agreement between the newly democratic nation of Mongolia and the Asian Art Museum, Mongolia: The Legacy of Chinggis Khan marks the largest and most significant presentation of Mongolian art ever viewed in the United States. Empires Beyond the Great Wall english - Gold saddle ornaments, delicate porcelain wares, intricate bronze statues and priceless funeral paintings have recently been discovered on China's last archaeological frontier. For the first time in the West, Empires Beyond the Great Wall: The Heritage of Genghis Khan brought these treasures and ancient artifacts from the steppes of Inner Mongolia to the Royal British Columbia Museum, from March 31 to September 10, 1995.

    58. Travel Document Systems Mongolia Page; Passport And Visa Services.
    all the customs and rules but learning at least some before a visit to mongolia wouldplease your hosts and allow you to get a real feel of mongolian culture.
    Mongolian Culture is unique and dissimilar to anywhere else on earth. It isn't so much individual parts that are fascinating but the combination of history, traditions and customs that makes Mongolia a truly special experience. Certainly the best place to experience culture is in the countryside where the nomadic herders have lived in much the same way for hundreds of years. 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.

    59. Mongolia Vacations: Romantic Mongolia Resorts, Mongolia Tours.
    Japan China 14days 2002, History and culture, 14 Days, $7,295. mongolia,Siberia Uzbekistan - 12 days 2002, History and culture, 12 Days, $4,595.
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    60. Bits Of Culture - Mongolia
    Language Map. Bits of culture. PointTo-Talk Booklets. Additional Resources.BITS OF culture - mongolia. Languages. Geography. Cultural Values.
    BITS OF CULTURE - Mongolia Languages Geography Cultural Values Health Care Values ... Interesting Facts Languages Khalkha Mongol (Mongolian),

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