Before the Toroor Bandi period, at the end of 1600, Luvsanperenley used to collect “good soldiers” in Zayabandi of Khalkh, camp them, and give them food and drink. Precious treasures and horses flowing to Manchuria and China were smuggled before crossing the Mongolian border.
In Zayabandi, they were called “good warriors of the state” and it is said that they were able to protect Mongolia’s wealth even for a while. Toroor Bandi was born in 1830 in a place called “Budar’s Stone” in Dargang, and at a very young age, when he was orphaned by his father, he was a disciple of “Burgasan dugan”, but he could not bear the beatings of his monk and ran away from his dugan.
Toroor bandi later became famous with the nickname of state flea, and in the middle of 1860, he became a well-known glass man not only in the eight districts of Tsahar, but also throughout Khalkh. Khoshuu shared the loot with the people of his land and fought against foreign merchants and nobles.
It was said that when Tooro bandi was distributing the cattle taken from the horses of rich lords to the poor people who didn’t say anything, they would say to the owner who recognized the horse, “It was taken from Tooro bandi”. If the horseman took his horse back, the other gentlemen would take 20 or 30 from the officer’s horse. Since then, if he recognized his lost horse and heard that he had given it to him, he would not take it back.
The name Pear is probably the name of the Pear Tree, which is called the “tree of courage” by the Gobi people
Researchers believe that he was named Bandi because he was a disciple in the monastery.
One day, Toroor bandi went to the house of a wise nobleman of Govi to ask about his fate. The nobleman asked how he was doing, and without even waiting for a word, the horse dismounted until his ankle sprained and left 1 or 2.
The noble gave his anklet to Toor without saying a word and went out reciting the recitation. It is said that Toroi took it and realized that it was a saying that “your life depends on the horse’s mane, make friends with the horse, and the horse is your mate.”
Toroor bandi used to “shombo” the rich herds of Mongolia and distribute them to the poor local people before they were smuggled abroad. When Toroor bandi was among the people, I wore good silk.
Sitting next to me and caressing my cheek, Princess Guna has no chin on her back. Pick her 32 points. is immortalized in the song.
In 1999, the statue of Toroor gang was erected
It was built by sculptor J. Durentogs on the white mound of the Ganga, located to the east of the Ganga Lake. It was created with the idea of the ritual of tea-making in the Ayana pot in front of the monument, and the tea sample was poured into the cup held by the Toroo Bandi.