As the clock struck twelve on New Year’s Eve, Mongolians all over the country were celebrating the start of a new year. For many, this is an important holiday that is celebrated with family and friends. Mongolians believe that the new year is a time for renewal and hope.

On New Year’s Day, We are traditionally eat a dish called buuz. Buuz are steamed dumplings that are typically filled with meat. They are often served with a dipping sauce or sour cream. We also enjoy celebrating with music and dance.

If you know someone who is Mongolian, then be sure to wish them a happy new year in Mongolian. “Шинэ жил мэнд хүргэе” means “Happy New Year!” Mongolians all over the world will be celebrating the start of a new year, and we will be hoping for a prosperous and happy one. Thanks for reading, and Шинэ жилийн мэнд хүргэе!

Hello. My name is Bayanbat. I was born and raised in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia. I am senior writer at CorrectMongolia, where I share the culture , tradition of my country.

If you have questions about Mongolia, don’t hesitate to ask. I’ll be happy to help in any way that I can!

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