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Mongghul Rog Warigu Log

Nenga Mongghulni mazii, hurin ghuji yiri awujin rog warigu logni ne hara fanni muxi ne Fulaan Nara ghajarini Wayog Ayili (xni ziiwuni kudu) da Zhanka Ayilidi (xni aaguni kudu) ghoori shaixangjiila liuki bo rghasanna. Nera hgengiini ne Mongghulni diidangmani log shdaari yiughaja. Dogu niumalang ne 2010 fandi nera yiijinni hgengiiniini kuja qughuaxja. Nensa huina kun ne Mongghul diidangmadini amakiji mazii hurin ghuanakiji mudegiigisa nenga rog warigu logni hana nige rjesa jiu digiisan shdaari qimu mudegha shdaguna! Bu ne Mongghul, nengani haran fansa muxi mudewa liuki borigha shda sgilisa baisa hguaiyii yan yanma ne njina ne sanbara zui duralajin!


Huzhu Mongghul (Tu) Wedding

This Mongghul wedding was filmed by Zhu Yongzhong and Kunchok Gelek in Huzhu Mongghul (Tu) Autonomous County, Haidong Region, Qinghai Province, PR China on the 26th and 27th days of the first lunar month of 1999. This unique material shows the groom’s side sending two matchmakers and the bride-taker to the bride’s home on the afternoon of the 26th. The next day, the bride is taken to the groom’s home. Jugui (a relative of the groom) and Limusishiden coordinated with both families to make the filming a success. Traditional dancing, joking, singing, presentation of food and liquor, horse riding, and much more are all here. In 2010, the year this documentary was uploaded here, it was impossible to find such a traditional Mongghul wedding. The groom, Danjanduriji (b. ~1980), is from Wayog Village, Wushi Town and the bride, Limuhua (b. ~1979), is from Zhanka Village, Songduo Township. The film was edited by Jugui and Limusishiden in 2000 in Xining.