The Mongolians are a nomadic people.
The pastoralists migrate according to the four seasons of the year. There is strict etiquette to moving. The day of departure will be clear and beautiful. The head of the household knows where to land. He cleans up the garbage around him before he leaves.
Guun stakes are pulled out and holes are filled with manure and loose earth. Trims the horse’s mane. It is customary for the host to dress in his best clothes and saddle up in full regalia. On the morning of the migration, the wife gets up early, makes tea, and milks the cow.
It is important to have visited the new buurind through the Sunny. When the Mongolians take down the Ger, they take it down in the right direction. When building a Ger, the walls are surrounded by. When choosing a base, choose a central place and pull the center of the door steeply or slightly to the right. The sight of the door of the Ger should always be directed towards the top of the mountain. Load the numbers last.
It is customary to move horses in front of the load and other animals behind the load. The way, people should welcome the nomads with tea. Fresh tea must be prepared for the nomads. If you heat the old tea, it will not sit in the new Buutsand for a long time, so this is prohibited. When the nomads’ tea arrives, the nomads drink tea and people release the right leg of the load. Then greet the oldest person. The new owner of the Ger comes first, anoints the threshold, takes his horse’s saddle to the left side of the Ger, and brings it inside. An old man will tell you how to build a new Ger.