Based on nomadic culture, Mongolians have their library only in their “Tseej erdem” through generations. But this is not just a form of mentally recognising. Erdem itself means “Knowledge through intelligence”. Nomads educate their children with practical daily life-based activities that one day will allow them to acquire Erdem about different aspect of life. This knowledge should stay in their “Tseej”, meaning that its in their intelligence.

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The rhythm of every heart creates their symphony through art. The relationship between human and their intime, breathes through these rhythms. Serene, yet, sacred beauty of rocks invited me to walk on its shapeless world. Birds come from time to time and sings their child like secrecy. Sun light hits differently on this rock and creates my gallery instant to instant.

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A few thoughts about universal responsibility:

 

The world is becoming increasingly interdependent. Within the context of this new interdependence, self-interest clearly lies in considering the interest of others. Without the cultivation and promotion of a sense of universal responsibility our very future is in danger. – Dalai Lama.

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The origin of Mongolia is the Altaic people. Known to some as the Central Asian nomads, their history is vast and rich in terms of everything. In time they have been mixed and submerged into Kazakhstan, Kirghizstan, Mongolia, Russia and China. And many Mongol origins are still living in India, Iran, and so on to this day. But their common character is their wisdom and love of the emanation that they believe in. Mongolia is a centre of Altaic people today.
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Mother earth is delicate. It is time that we notice what we are doing to her and take better care of her.

 

The World Health Organisation (WHO) states that in 2016 “39% of adults aged 18 years and over were overweight”. This is a shockingly high number and can be directly linked to their diet. The adding of refined sugars, alcohol and drugs to our body is destroying our health. Times are changing and people are becoming more aware of their health. But what about the health of mother earth herself?

 

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The Story of the Yaks Wool

 

Marco Polo wrote about the wild yaks on the Himalayan plateau back in his times…

 

Nomads call them the “Mountain king”. Even domestic yaks are quite wild, but they have an unshakeable humble attitude towards their masters.

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The magical geometry in each natural fibre proves that all of this is the conscious work of mother earth. One of these beautiful creations is wool. Nomads observe their raw wool with great respect as it is a  divine gift from their “sky” (mother earth). Even Mongolian traditional script speaks of raw sheep wool. They realise the sacred and artistic shape in it. That’s how the art of Mongolian calligraphy and traditional scripts were born. Mongolian nomads praise their wool in their songs and poems. They sing and dance around their raw wool and praise their raw wool before processing it into clothes or other products.

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