History, art, culture Mongolia
Consistently the Mongolians observe "Tsagaan Sar" or New Year amongst winter and spring (the correct date relies upon the lunar date-book). Ordinarily, it is held at new moon toward the finish of January or in February. The occasion is commended all through Mongolia for three days. Tsagaan Sar is an occasion that commends the finish of winter and serves to welcome a thriving new year. It symbolizes a solid, well off life. Individuals begin their arrangements for Tsagaan Sar one month before hand.