Mongolian people’s umbilical connection with nature is CLEARLY seen in the tradition of making offerings. Offerings to honor the sun, moon, mountains and rivers, the mountains and waters of one’s birthplace, to support the deeds of one’s children, to ask for mercy, to express gratitude, to keep the state in good condition, each offering has different purposes and features. Offerings are made of tea samples, milk, barley rice, dairy products, five delicacies, honor pudding, ghee, silk, fur and hides. The highest offering is the offering from the heart.
The offerings of lords and queens are different in purpose. The queen begins the day’s offerings by offering a sample of her milky tea to the red rising sun, the lords of the ebbing hours, and the powers of the four directions and eight eyelids. Mothers make sacrifices for the well-being of their homes, children, and future generations. They offer their offerings to the red rising sun, saying that they will be rich, rich, peaceful and beautiful.
The world is purified by the power of the kindness of mothers who pray to the red sun of growth and the right energy. The sun of that day illuminates the whole world with the good and positive energy of the people who have made their offerings for it. In other words, the Mongols could correct the energy of the objects with their offerings.
Gentlemen or men offer for the country, the people, and for the well-being of the various people. Men’s and women’s offerings come together and complement each other, bringing peace to the home and state.
The power of these 2 people’s offering is used to purify, protect, bless, bless, and sustain the house by praying and praying. These 5 deeds are filled and combined by men and women with the power of offerings.
Men’s offering is the white coat of arms of the state, peace of the state, encouragement of brave warriors who dare to do the great deeds of the state, journeys of the state, drawing the path of the deer, moving from house to house, farewell to the children on the journey. Mr. Man’s offering is aimed at suppressing the harsh and improving the world. But to the offerings created by the wisdom of the queen, the world is touched by the seeds of the world, the essence of all beings.
Once a month, if not in every planet, it is proper for a gentleman to offer a sample of some kind of fat, skin of a class, or some of his booty or endowment to his hearth. Because the wealth and income of the house rests on the lord of the house. Parents should provide their children with food, drinks, sweets, clothing, and shelter from their income. On the other hand, the queen has a sample of her endowment income, and she has items for her endowment, such as pots, pans, pots, chests, and so on.
Children should give samples of their earnings (especially their first salary) to their parents, elders, aunts, and even the youngest children. If you give your wealth and profits to others in this way, then the next gains will be waved along with you. Also, you should keep treasure bags and chests at home. It captures the virtues passed down from descendants and ancestors and absorbs them into the hearth. A family that lives on the mainstay keeps a sample of its loot and endowment in a chest made up of trinkets and items. But if you are a descendant of an antelope, it is appropriate to make an ark with the hide of an antelope. Descendants of Dorlig or Darkhad have carved and crafted chests, and it is appropriate to have an academic chest that can hold books, writings, paper, and brushes.
Why is it called “mother’s brown chest” and “mother’s brown tashk”? It is because in that chest the gifts of mothers and fathers are kept, and their children receive them little by little. With this power, the future generations will be provided with plenty of food and clothing. In addition, the state also used to give charity at home. From the endowment of a certain class, samples of goods brought from foreign powers, profit from trade, samples of food and drink were kept as offerings to the country, and the national treasury was formed. At this time, donations were made. If food and drinks are offered, they are used for anointing foreign ambassadors and food for the journey. The coins were used by travelers in other countries. Now it is a tribute and a tax.