Traditional Mongolian musical instrument Morin Khuur or horse head fiddle is to be taught at Franz Schubert Conservatory based in Vienna, Austria.
Art and Culture
3,333 students from the Oyunii Undraa Complex School of Ulaanbaatar have simultaneously recited the poem called “Independence” by the People’s Poet Dendeviin Purevdorj at the central square of Mongolia.
The museum of Dundgobi aimag is exhibiting the complete pack of finds, dating back to the Bronze Age. This museum is quite distinct from other museums in the country by its important artifacts owing its origin to the Bronze Age, a highlight stage in human history, which lasted between the 3rd Millennium and the 8th Century B.C.
Zava Damdin was a renowned representative of Buddhist philosophers and founder of the Language Institute (Predecessor of Mongolian Academy of Sciences). His belongings, dresses, religious items and Ger, which he used to live in, are preserved at the Museum of Dundgobi aimag.
Since time immemorial, mongolians have been moving from one place to another with their herds to adjust to seasonal change.
Mongolian puzzle game manufacturer ‘Taliin ezen’ LLC created a puzzle version of Mongolian ger (Yurt).
Three occasions coincide on March 22 for Mongolians such as World Water Day, First Space Flight Anniversary and Kazakhs’ Nauryz (Nowruz) holiday.
Belongings and accessories of a married Dariganga woman made by the Dariganga ethnical subgroup of Mongolia are kept at the Ethnographic Museum of Sukhbaatar province.
On March 16, Women’s Diplomatic Club at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mongolia in collaboration with the Mongolian Wool and Cashmere Association organized an event to present and promote Mongolian wool and cashmere products to the foreign diplomatic missions in Ulaanbaatar.
Mongolian ethnic ballad group “Khusugtun” is on a concert tour named “Khusugtun Team at World Stage 2017” in the USA and Canada until March 26. The band has a big aspiration to promote Mongolian traditional folk music to the world.