‘The Secret History of the Mongols’ translated into over 30 languagesArt & Culture
Ulaanbaatar /MONTSAME/. On September 9, the Chinggis Khaan Heritage and Cultural Institute opened an exhibition for the Volumes I-III of the ‘Chinggis Khaan’s Heritage and Culture’ series as well as the Secret History of the Mongols.
The researchers of the institute worked together with Advisor at the Institute, researcher at the Institute of Language and Literature at the Mongolian Academy of Sciences, Dr. E.Purevjav, and translated ‘The Secret History of the Mongols’ into over 30 languages such as Korean, Bulgarian, Italian, and Polish.
Director of the Chinggis Khaan Heritage and Cultural Institute, Dr. N.Saruul said, “The Volumes I-III of the ‘Chinggis Khaan’s Heritage and Culture’ series feature rare artifacts tracing back to the time of the Great Mongol Empire that are currently kept at the National Library of Mongolia and the National Central Archives. While its first volume was published in 2020, the other two volumes were published this year. Corresponding research work will continue to be carried out, and are planned to be published as a series.”
The institute aims to develop a field of study for Chinggis Khaan as part of Mongol studies, promote the Great Khaan’s contributions in history, and create a unified database for documenting heritage and culture of the time.