Hmm.. I`ve noticed that I`m very proud of being Mongol but doesn`t know much about Mongolian famouse ppl. I`ll try to introduce some famouse Mongolians. I will need a help from other Mongol members! Dashdorj Natatsagdorj. A Great poet & one of The Main Historians in Mongolian history. U know I call Mongol historians as Mongol wiseness. Special about him is -He is the true descendant of The Great Khaan. I say : NICE LOOKING GREAT PERSON. (Nadad tuslaltsaa heregtei baina!=I need help!)
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Bor Chono have you world wide famous persons? Of course other than Djinkis Kahn I would happy to hear about them.
Hmm...There is a women!, a singer -the most famouse person in Mongolia also world wide. I hope I find her pic & info soon.
For now : (Bad Bagabandi! Bad!) I guess Mongolian second president Bagabandi is quite famouse among politics. His idea was to create zones where U can`t use any Nuclear power. Good point is U can`t dump Nuclear waste in Mongolia.(=Seems like Mongolia is protected from Nuclear bomb) For me, Bad point is Mongols can`t build a Nuclear plant in Mongolia.Thats a HUGE problem!!!. Bad Bagabandi! Bad!
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[/URL] Dashdorj Natatsagdorj. A Great poet Special about him is -He is the true descendant of The Great Khaan.[/quote]
One of some well known people is founder of Mongolian Modern literature Natsagdorj, Dashdorjiyn.
(1906–1937), Mongolian writer, poet, playwright. Dashdorjiyn Natsagdorj, considered one of the founding fathers of modern Mongolian literature, was born in Tov Province of an impoverished noble family and, due to an absence of formalized education in Mongolia, received much of his early education from a tutor.
Natsagdorj with wife Pagamdulam
1. Borjigon Dashdorjiin Natsagdorj- he was also from Chinggisid line-He was son of Poor taiji Dashdorj who had only 4 subject/servant. 2. Dashdorji was 4th son of Luvsantseren who was taiji-also lam 3. Luvsantseren was 3rd son of Tserenchultem who was taiji 4. Tserenchultem was 2nd son of Sambuu taij who was lam too 5. Sambuu was 1st son of 4th degree taiji Tserendorj 6. Tserendorj was son of Buyankhishig governor 7. Buyankhishig was 1st son of Damdin taiji-4th degree 8. Damdin was 2nd son of Jamsranjav taiji-4th degree 9. Jamsranjav was 8th son of Gendenjav taiji-2nd degree 10. Gendenjav was 3rd son of Kanjivdorj-taiji-Khoshuunii Beis-double efu 11. Khanjivdorj was 1st son of Dovdondorj-taij -former Tusheet Khan-double Chin Wang, State efu 12. Dovdondorj was 1st son of Galdandoj-taiji- State Jun Wang 13. Galdandorj was 1st son of Tusheet Khan Chahundorj (Tsveendorj) 14. Chahundorj was 1st son of Gombodorj Ochirbat Tusheet Khan 15. Gombodorj was 1st son of Ereehii Mergen Khan 16. Ereehii was 1st son of Abtai Sain Khan 17. Abtai was son of 1st son of Onohui Uizen Noyon 17. Onohui Uizen was 3rd son of Gersenz Jalair Khuntaiji 18. Gersenz was son of Batmunkh Dayan Khaan...
Batmunkh Dayan Khaan was from Chinggis Khaan . But it is another long long names.
D. Natsagdorj was survived by his daughter Ananda Shri from His russian wife Nina Chistyakova. In 1935, “his wife was sent back to Leningrad with their daughter Ananda Shri,” the biography states. Nine Chistyakova and Natsagdorj had known each other since Natsagdorj was a student in the Military Academy at Leningrad. They married after he was released from jail.
Ananda Shri has a daughter too. She is Russian. and Chinggisid too :wink:
This name Onohui Uizen is questionable. 17. Onohui Uizen was 3rd son of Gersenz Jalair Khuntaiji
When was the last time you saw a portrait of Damdiny Sühbaatar? It was probably the last time you were thumbing through a dealer’s inventory of banknotes and came to ‘Mongolia’. For a few nations there is one man who represents the country. In much the same way the Mahatma Gandhi represents India and Mohammed Ali Jinnah symbolizes Pakistan, Damdiny Sühbaatar exemplifies Mongolia. However, unlike Gandhi and Jinnah, very little information about Sühbaatar is easily available outside Mongolia.
In Mongolia, Sühbaatar (often spelt ‘Suhebaatar’) is regarded as a hero because of his role as a founding father of the modern communist state. While he was not the principal character in the formation of modern Mongolia, he is represented by the communist state as its greatest hero. Sühbaatar was born in February 1893 when Mongolia was part of the Eastern Mongolia. Dariganga during Chinese Manchu Qing empire. His name, Sühbaatar, means ‘axe hero’ and he was given this name after his father, Damdin, had lost an axe in the river Uliastay. He worked at traditional agrarian jobs while young, and received an education in Mongolian and arithmetic during his youth.
In 1911 the Manchu Qing dynasty collapsed and, following an agreement between Russia and China, Mongolia was established as an autonomous state within China. The Bogd Khan was appointed head of state. The Bogd Khan was a Bogd Gegeen, or ‘enlightened one’, within Mongolian Lamaism and the Bogd Khan was believed to be the incarnation of an early Buddhist leader. Buddhism has been an important part of life within Mongolia for centuries and Sühbaatar’s brother had followed a traditional calling by becoming a lama.
In 1912 Sühbaatar was drafted into the army of Autonomous Mongolia and attended military school, under the tuition of Russian instructors. He excelled at the training school and, on graduation, he was made platoon commander of a machine-gun company. In 1918 he was transferred to an administrative job, typesetting laws and religious texts for the Bogd Khan.
In 1919 the Chinese returned to Mongolia and demanded the resignation of the Mongolian Government, which occurred in 1920. The Mongolian army was subsequently disbanded and Sühbaatar became unemployed. However, in 1919 Sühbaatar had formed a secret nationalist group and in 1920 his group joined with another. Members of the combined group then made contact with Russian revolutionaries. After initial contact, the group formed themselves into the Mongolian People’s Party and drew up a formal request for assistance from the Bosheviks, which received approval from the Bogd Khan who set his seal to the document. The request for assistance was looked upon favourably in Moscow and led to numerous visits by members of the Mongolian People’s Party to Russia.
In February 1921 Sühbaatar was made commander in chief of the Mongolian People’s Army and a month later he was made a member of the provisional government. During 1921 Sühbaatar conducted successful attacks on Russian Tsarist forces that occupied parts of Mongolia and in late 1921 he was part of a delegation that visited Moscow to meet Lenin. On his return to Mongolia he continued to build the army and in September 1922 he was awarded the title ‘Zorigt Baatar’, or ‘Resolute Hero’. On 20 February 1923 Damidny Sühbaatar died from illness, although there have been accusations that he was poisoned.
Sühbaatar was one of a number of early revolutionaries in Mongolia. While some are remembered with distinction, others have fallen into disrepute as fortunes changed during the struggle for power within the Communist Party. Sühbaatar remains one on whom favour has not only remained, but grown with the passage of time. Current Mongolian histories exaggerate his deeds and play down, or ignore, the deeds of his compatriots. However, whatever the rights and wrongs of the record of history, Sühbaatar is today the hero of Mongolia.
Actually no one in early 1921-1924 were communists at all. Mongolian Peoples's Party (Volk's Partei) was more like nationalist party devoted for Mongolian Independance. Head of Mongolia was still Bogdo Khan. ------------------------------------------------------- Mongolia in XX century After Manj Qing Dynasty Collapse, Mongolia imediately declared its Independance. Of course, Chinese government in Beijing did not agree with that.
1 Dec 1911 -1919 -Mongolia (Bogd Haan State).
19 Feb 1920 reannexation to China. Chinese warlord in Beijing sent army of 10000 gomingdan soldier. With Mongol collabrator they successfully annexed Mongolia. This really turned Mongolians into revolutionary mood. anti-chinese ideology was in its climax.
In th spring of 1920, Baron Ungern stormed Huree (Urga) released Bogd Khan from Chinese house arrest.
3 Feb 1921 Mongolia (Bogd Haan State)
28 Nov 1924 Mongolian People's Republic 12 Feb 1992 till now Mongolia or Republic of Mongolia -------------------------------------------------------
After 1924, The same party changed it is name into Mongolian Peoples Revolutionary Party. Mongolia declared itself as second communist country in the world. Mongolians start importing communist ideology with help of Comintern advisers. There were struggle of leftist and rightist, stalinist purge, collectivization, industrilization, brezhnev stagnant period , everything was like mini- copy of USSR.
I am sure that Mongolians are still thankful for communizm which pulled us out of middle age.