There is a nine-legged white one of the state of Chinggis Khan.

A symbol of the greatness, independence, and unity of the Mongolian state. A white falcon flies in the sky. Nine flags flutter in the breeze of the holy wind.

The emperor and the knights kneel down and bow down to the nine white crests of the state idol.

In 1206, in the year of the tiger, Genghis Khan unified his country and established the Great Mongolia State, and decreed that the nine-legged white flag should be worshiped as the state emblem and idol of the people.

Our forefathers have worshiped the Great White Flag of the nine-legged, nine-tongued, and nine-legged state handed down from the Great Emperor Genghis Khan and the Huns until now. It was made from the mane of a thousand white horses, symbolizing the strong hold of the state by the power of a thousand horses.


In the local research museum of Sainshand, Dornogovi province, there is one of the eight flags of the nine-legged white flag of the emperor Chinges Khan.
The three forks at the top of the nine-foot big white flag are made of steel, symbolizing the flame, and twenty-one quilted flames are ignited, and four steel rings are hung on both sides. Those rings symbolize strength. The great white flag consists of the main coat of arms and eight smaller coats of arms surrounding it, and it is traditionally said that all the symbols of the rise and development of the state of Mongolia are embedded in the coat of arms of the nine-legged great white flag.

A Mongolian festival that is the pride and heritage of every Mongolian is starting. Have a good time.








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