at the people and the land
L is for Lunar New Year or Tsagaan Sar, Mongolia’s largest festival.
M is for morin Khuur, a two string box instrument.
N is for Nairamdliin Orgil, the highest point in Mongolia, which means Mount Friendship.
P is for pikas or rock rabbit.
R is for the round ger that the nomadic family live in.
S is for soyombo, the national emblem representing fire, the sun, the moon, the earth, and water.
T is for takhi, Mongolia’s national symbol and the only genuine wild horse in the world.
U is for Ulannbaatar the capital city.
W is for wrestling one of the three sports held during the Naadam festival.
X marks the spot.
Y is for Yak hair which is turned into yarn.
Z is for Zakhchin one of the top 5 ethic groups the live in Mongolia.