Following its Tsagaan Sar traditions, Gandantegchenling Monastery, central institute of Mongolian Buddhism will perform a chant called ‘Tseder Lhamo’ which is a praise to the Protectress Palden Lhamo on Bituun, Buddhist blessings from the first day of lunar new year until the 15th day, and torma (balin in Mongolian) blessing ritual.
On widnesday heads of state and government of Mongolia hosted a ceremony in State House to greet the heads of foreign diplomatic missions in Mongolia on the occasion of the upcoming Tsagaan Sar celebration.
Mongolians use over seventy types of traditionally made dairy products generally named as “Tsagaan Idee” in Mongolia. Since the time immemorial, Mongolians have been making dairy products and history shows that two thousand years ago, the Huns enjoyed an extensive range of dairy products, such as airag and aaruul.
The third annual Winter Horse Festival 2017 took place in Altanbulag soum of Tuv aimag with some extraordinary performances and competitions on February 18 and 19.
The Ulaanbaatar City Administration, in cooperation with the UB Chamber of Commerce (UBCC), organized February 20, the Ulaanbaatar Investment 2017 business meeting, attracting about 800 representatives of public and private sectors at the Shangri-La Hotel of Ulaanbaatar.
A collection of 52 coins with ancient Mongolian kings’ seals and Yuan dynasty’s first paper money have been bought by the Ministry of Education and Science of Mongolia. Introducing to you the rare paper moneys that were printed by the order of Khubilai Khaan over 800 years ago.
After holding 'Mongolia’s Got Talent' reality show for two successful years, the Mongol TV team is bringing one of the best television content 'The Voice' international singing competition to Mongolia.
The exhibition showcases some 400 archaeological exhibits, out of more than 1,800 historical and archaeological findings that entered the museum treasury between 2014 and 2016.
on January 1 within the framework of an international BIRDS project, three Mongolian students at the Kyushu Institute of Technology finalized “Mazaalai” the first Mongolian miniature sized satellite.