Dating traditional mongols
The Gorani people are Muslims by faith, but their traditions and customs contain various pagan elements.
The bride is carried on a white horse covered with a scarf and a specially decorated umbrella during wedding festivities, and she accompanies her family to the neighbour’s house of her husband-to-be.
Paper money was first introduced in the 7th century as a way for wealthy merchants to avoid having to carry large quantities of heavy copper coins.
Married woman in the north of the country can often be identified by a red dot in the middle of their forehead.
It is located in Northeastern Asia, south of Siberia and north of China and borders with Russia on the north and the People's Republic of China on the south. It is so far inland that no sea moderates the climate. There is very little humidity in Mongolia, but the sunshine is intense.
With over 260 sunny days a year, Mongolia is justifiably known as the "Land of Blue Sky." It is also known as the "Land of Chinggis Khan." Until the twentieth century, Mongolia was about twice its present size.
The Latin word "primitivus" means the earliest of its kind.
From this, art historians have derived the terms "Primitivism/Primitive Art" which essentially describes an early unsophisticated level of artistic expression.