Mongolia National Anthem

Anthem History

Mongolia's current anthem has been in place since 1950. In 1961, new words were given to the anthem by the Communist government, but the original words were restored in 1990 upon election of a democratic government. Words by Tsendiin Damdinsuren

Music by Bilegiin Damdinsuren and Luvsanjamts Murjorj 1990- (words)

Anthem Lyrics

Bügd Nairamdakh Mongol



Darhan manai huvisgalt uls


Dayaar Mongoliin ariun golomt


Daisnii huld hezee ch orokhgui


Dandaa enkhjij uurd munhjino


Hamag delhiin shudarga ulstai


Hamtran negdsen egneeg behjuulj


Hatan zorig, buhii l chadlaaraa


Hairt Mongol ornoo manduulya


Zorigt Mongoliin zoltoi arduud


Zovlong tonilgoj, jargaliig edlev


Jargaliin tulhuur, hugjliin tulguur


Javkhlant manai oron mandtugai


Hamag delhiin shudarga ulstai


Hamtran negdsen egneeg behjuulj


Hatan zorig, buhii l chadlaaraa


Hairt Mongol ornoo manduulya

Anthem Lyrics English

Our sacred revolutionary country


Is the ancestral hearth of all Mongols,


No enemy will defeat us,


And we will prosper for eternity.


Our country will strengthen relations


With all righteous countries of the world.


And let us develop our beloved Mongolia


With all our will and might.


The glorious people of the brave Mongolia


Have defeated all sufferings, and gained happiness,


The key to delight, and the path to progress -


Majestic Mongolia - our country, live forever!


Our country will strengthen relations


With all righteous countries of the world.


And let us develop our beloved Mongolia


With all our will and might.

Mongolia Flag

Flag Date of Adoption 1940
Flag Symbolism three equal, vertical bands of red (hoist side), blue, and red; centered on the hoist-side red band in yellow is the national emblem ("soyombo" - a columnar arrangement of abstract and geometric representation for fire, sun, moon, earth, water, and the yin-yang symbol)The arrowheads, or triangles pointing down mean “Death to the enemies of the people”. The triangle is a symbol of straightforwardness, honesty and adherence to principles. The two fish in the center represent men and women. As fish never sleep they are a reminder that the people should always be vigilant for their country. The horizontal bars above and below this image indicate that the highest and lowest in society should be honest and straigtforward in the service of the people. A vertical bar represents a fortress; the two bars illustrate the proverb&ldquo Two friends are stronger than stone&rduo;.

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