In 1778, a great circle was settled between the four mountains. Because of this, in the 1800s, the governors of the Bogd king’s disciples used to temporarily rest on the back of this little head. Therefore, it is said in some legends that the great king looked at the titles of the rulers and named that small mountain Zaican toroi.
In another legend, the razar where this head is located was a plain.
One day, when Bogd Khan was sunbathing, he saw a small mound on the place where Zaisan Head is now. Astonished by this, two days later, the mound grew larger and rose from the ground. Soon, as these hills became bigger and bigger, the trees of the Bogd mountain moved little by little, and the newly growing small mountains began to tear away.
When Bogd Khan, who was surprised to see all this, gathered his deputy ministers and held a congress, one of the officials said:
– He sent a mountain under the earth to bring the Mongolian tree to his homeland after the Tibetan giant. This mountain is just an ordinary year without glory. Therefore, because he is very fond of titles, he will not stay here if he finds fame and glory, so everyone consulted and decided on the title of Zaisan.
There is also a rumor that Zaisan’s head stopped rising, and the mountain trees stopped moving towards it. When Badam Queen undressed this domriir:
– This legend has a hidden meaning of criticizing Bogd Khan. There are many monks in Tibet. That same morning, monk Monrol, who had no reputation or title, came to the monastery and received the honor of Bord. This idea is said to be a good thing that the people and the world have come to believe.
These seven types of domors are preserved in manuscripts in the Ulaanbaatar Museum. However, during the existence of the new government, the first suvarra was erected in Zaisan Tolgoi in 1956. After that, in 1969, for the 50th anniversary of the People’s Revolution, a team of artists worked for almost two years to create the current majestic statue.
At that time, Zaisan Head was 89 meters high, but the creators of the statue blasted it and cut four meters from the top.
Zaisan Tolgoi is 300 meters long or 612 steps, a 27-meter-high statue of Soviet soldiers, inlaid art of battle figures, and embossed medallions have become a complete complex of the precious history of a time. At the same time, in the latter half of the 20th century, it became a vantage point for viewing the capital city of Ulaanbaatar.