It is not a coincidence that the statue of the great writer in the center of the capital has been moved from its base for many years. express my support.
D. Natsagdorji’s award-winning poet Tsodolin Hulan wrote on behalf of other writers.
Ms. T. Oyuungerel, We wish you the best, Your Excellency! Some time has passed since the 15th Great Assembly of MZE, and at this time, some of our writers are writing postcards to you. Why, why?
With the timely and appropriate initiative of Minister Tan, the work of recording the documentary and intangible cultural heritage of Mongolia has begun throughout the country, which not only deserves our gratitude, but also “scratches the itch”.
For more than 12 years, the biographies, manuscripts, and artifacts of generations of writers and artists have been preserved, protected, and publicized to the people and internationally.
It has always been squandered, squandered, dispossessed, and treated with gross darkness and indifference. This is further confirmed by the inspection of the law enforcement organization in MSE. The most serious and regrettable thing is that the National Museum of Dashdorji, the great writer, stopped its activities 12 years ago and was moved to the Committee building of MSE.
In this organization, the process of recording fixed assets and documenting financial activities has been bankrupted, and the process of archiving and documenting is completely absent.
From what we can remember, the coat worn by the great writer, the typewriter with his fingerprints, the collection of the play “The Reasonable Three”, the handwritten manuscripts of famous poems such as <<My Land>>, <<Od>>, etc. The heritage was kept in the museum.
There is a rumor that in the early 1990s, while staying at the museum, our famous singer, who is still alive, took only two of the “Naadam” Russian cigarettes that were smoked by the great writer out of uneducated curiosity.
We Mongolians have been familiar with the portrait of D. Natsagdorji in his hooded hat from the textbook pages of Mongolian language and literature. There is also a rumor that the hooded hat has been replaced by a modern one. On July 13, 1936, when D. Natsagdorji died leaning against a reed fence in a stinking puddle on Nine Street in Khureen, his palms were found filled with rainwater.
A middle-hand silver cup, which is said to have been memorialized by a young queen of a king, is supposed to be kept in the Committee of MZE. The last time there were people who saw el ayag there was in the winter of 2011. It is unnecessary to mention here which ones have been replaced and which ones have been lost, as no proofs or guarantees have been made.
D. Natsagdorj is not only the founder of modern Mongolian literature, but also a shining example of talent, great beauty and eloquence in the hearts of the Mongolian nation and readers of all generations.
Scholars testify that the original manuscripts of his writings are kept in the Institute of Linguistics and in the safe of former Dr. H. Sampildendev.
Dr. L. Baldan, C. Jachin, and S. Lochin, the Nationalist researchers will certainly provide useful information. would not allow him to be treated so harshly.
In particular, the country, which is known as a poet and writer, will not be forgiven by our future generations for such callous and cruel behavior. The restaurant, bar, and karaoke have been operating for 12 years instead of the museum of D. Natsagdorji, which has stopped functioning.
We are not at all interested in the arguments of groups seeking fame and office, and the extremes of trying to outdo each other. However, the wooden tables with elbow patterns of the geniuses B. Yavuuhulan, S. Dashdoorov, D. Namdag, L. Wangan, D. Purevdorj, S. Udval, who were devalued for so many years under the management of MZE, and the farm yard covered with wormwood were worn out by rain and snow. I can’t accept the time to say goodbye.