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Its name is the interpretation of the Tibetan word "drepung" signifying "heap of rice".

Category: Travel and tour | Views: 140 | Added by: mjmijid | Date: 2017-12-09 | Comments (0)

Development of the religious community started in 1904 and was finished four years after the fact. It was shut in 1938 and most likely would have been obliterated had it not been spared in 1942 to fill in as a historical center exhibiting the 'medieval' methods for the past. There are five sanctuaries inside the grounds.

Category: Travel and tour | Views: 111 | Added by: mjmijid | Date: 2017-12-09 | Comments (0)

It is construct to a great extent with respect to meat and drain, and intended to help survival and go in the brutal steppes encounters more legitimate than getting a charge out of a mutual dinner in a Ger or Yurt, enjoying some of Mongolia's 'Five Snouts', and washing it down with Chinggis Vodka.

Category: Culture | Views: 99 | Added by: mjmijid | Date: 2017-11-03 | Comments (0)

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.

Category: About Mongolia | Views: 110 | Added by: mijid | Date: 2017-08-30 | Comments (0)

In Mongolia, Bankhar puppies are believed to be "of a similar soul" as people, and pooches are the main creatures that are given names. At the point when a Bankhar bites the dust, its remaining parts are normally put over a mountain so it is nearer to the divine beings and soul world, thus that individuals don't stroll over its bones.

Category: About Mongolia | Views: 116 | Added by: mijid | Date: 2017-08-26 | Comments (0)

Starting point of the celebration goes back to the immense warriors' time frame or awesome Genghis Khaan's time of the thirteenth century. Naadam signifies "Celebration or devour of games". And, the celebration is privately named "Eriin Gurvan Naadam" signifies "Three masculine games".

Category: history | Views: 109 | Added by: mijid | Date: 2017-08-24 | Comments (0)

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