"Mongolian traditional dishes" exhibition
The traditional utensils are an integral part of the intellectual and cultural heritage of the people who have created the minds of the people for thousands of years. The National Museum of Mongolian Museum has rich collection of ancient stone tools from ancient stone-firebrand collections to modern-day porcelain, pottery, and refrigerators.
The utensils are integral to the historical development of mankind. The ancient people had made clay and clay utensils for storage and processing of food, but later the clay rod was made of vase. In the era of the Enolithic period, bronze melts copper into black and tin, causing humanity to migrate during the Bronze Age (BC 3000). The tombs and buckets of artificial stone, such as digging, polishing, handles, without handle, and earphones have been found in the tombs for the first time. These stone utensils will be shaped like granules, or turbos, and are usually granitic, agglomerated and shaley.
For centuries, Mongolians have been nomadic pastoralists with their natural environment. Therefore, it has been used and used as a smooth, compact, lightweight and quality dish.
The use of traditional utensils is classified as daily, special, ceremonial and ceremonial, and is classified as stone, clay, wood, metal and leather. The indispensable part of the dish is the beauty and beauty of the people, and the beauty and charm of the people is the decoration and decor. Decorating the ornaments on the dish is also symbolic of holiness and holiness.
Mongolians have been using their animal and some hides and skins for the early years. They have been used in the past for their use in the past. It was also used to store, carry and transport freight and luggage.
A variety of utensils such as lighter, compact household furniture, suitcase, drawers, buckets, sticks, buckwheat, saucers, snuff barrels, and trays are outfitted with wood, pine, cedar, poplar, tamarisk, agar and sandalwood. There are traditional methods for drying the sticks in natural shade, as well as in boiling water and oil boiling. To decorate and beautify the wooden items, you can decorate them with colorful paintings, engraving and chasing colors.
The Mongolian immigrants also offer a variety of ornamental and ornamental items, including household utensils, buckets, sticks, kettles, fireplaces, gold, silver, brass, copper and iron. beautifully decorated. This exhibition also includes a pair of dome, rug, sticks and saucers, with a beautifully designed dragon handle, which examines the three gems of the orthodoxy, the eyes and the hands.
After the National Democratic Revolution of 1921, a major transformation of the socio-economic, cultural, and industrial development of Mongolia took place, with the creation of a "Art and Art" in the hands of the voluntary folk crafts, and in 1955 the Porcelain The pottery factory was built and produced 3 million cups and provided the citizens of Mongolia with tea cups and containers.
The Exhibition presents a total of 180 exhibits from local exhibitions to Mongolian national museums. The exhibition will open until March 14th.