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Tsagaan Sar in the country seems to be a much more relaxed affair than in the capital. Less people to visit and less available transport, makes for a laid-back holiday. The family takes their time to tell stories of the past. They remember how they until fifteen years ago celebrated Tsagaan Sar secretly. For those with regulated jobs, meetings would be called on the first day of the New Year.
In Mongolia, the first celebration of the year is the lunar new year, Tsagaan Sar, meaning “white moon”. The date of the celebration is determined according to lunar calendar. The day before Tsagaan sar The day before Tsagaan sar is called “Bituun”, and Mongolians celebrate this day as wife cleans home and husband fixes and cleans the livestock barns and shades to meet the New Year fresh.
Tsagaan Sar: The Mongolian Lunar New Year The last post was the day before Tsagaan Sar officially started. The following three days were solid visiting and eating. We visited 7 homes on Friday and 7 homes on Saturday. We were invited to 5 more on Sunday but we ended up getting sick Saturday evening. I ate 65 byyz's (bodz--A dumpling filled with meat, usually mutton, but we did have some with.
The Tsagaan Sar or Mongolian New Year is an important festival celebrating renewal.Eat until hungry at this time announcement prosperity for the year ahead.Enjoy this unique experience in the yurt of a nomadic family in the heart of beautiful National Park GorkhiTerelj.Share with your guests the joy of the New Year before exploring the park dogsled and snowshoe.
Tsagaan Sar, the festival of the Lunar New Year is celebrated in or around January or February depending on the Mongolian Lunar New Year calendar. In 2016, the first day of the Tsagaan Sar is on Feb 09, and first 3 days of the Tsagaan Sar is very important. You have to visit elder people within first 3 days and in the countryside, it continues between 2 weeks to 1 month. Thousands of dumplings.
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T. he most pleasant time of the year for most Mongolians is Tsagaan Sar (Traditional Mongolian Lunar New Year). It is particularly pleasant for our domestic food manufacturers as they are busiest at this time. Food manufacturing businesses are generally successful in our country as there are many celebrations and holidays that revolve around food.