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The History and Culture of Mongolia

The History and Culture of Mongolia
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Item Code: NAD090
Author: Buyantyn Dashtseren
Publisher: The Asiatic Society
Edition: 1997
Pages: 82
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 8.4 inch X 5.5 inch
weight of the book: 110 gms
Foreword

This book is a compilation of the lectures delivered by Buyantyn Dashtseren at The Asiatic Society between September 1995 and June 1996. Dashtseren was a former Ambassador of Mongolia to India and after laying down his office, agreed to serve the society as a research professor. As his lectures revealed, he had studied the history of Mongolia in all its aspects and readers should find his research into relations with India to be particularly interesting. Otherwise also Professor Dashtseren deserves to be thanked for opening up a largely unknown world and in the process clearing certain misconceptions that existed regarding personalities like Chinggis Khan, who was the first to unite the Monogolian tribes into a single nation. I hope that both the ordinary readers and scholars will find this publication useful.

Contents

 

Chapter Pagr No
Ancient history and the Mongolian Empire 1
Medieval and modern history 1 4
Struggle for independence-1911 and 1921 revolutions 23
Democratic changes 33
International position of Mongolia: a historical purview 38
Ethnic components, customs and culture including the Mongolian language Literature 47
Mongol-un Niguca Tobciyan” Historical and Literary Monument of the Mongolian People 54
Mongolia’s culture and early Indo-Monglian cultural relations 61
Indo-Mongolian Cultural Relations 66
Mongolian translations of the ancient Indian literature 70
Bibliography 78

 

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