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Legends and myphs of our native folk from Dzhida Prepared by: the pupil of the 7-th form “A” Dashiyev Bator The teacher: Baldanova T.B. Burya t Gymnasium №29
“Sartuly” came to Buryatiya in ancient times from inner Mongolia, from the place which means “Moon Mountain”. M o n g o l i y a “ Sarta Uula”-"Moon Mountain".
The mountain Burin Khan "Inzagatuy".
“Inzagatuy”. Ichetuy Gegetuy Borgoy Torey Alzak Tsagatuy - tzayraga echiley- little dawning; Gegetuy - gegerche” means - early morning; Burgultay- borgozho echilley- started to snow; Torey – toyrobo - to make a semi-circular movement ; Alzak - Amazag - a big cave
The most medicinal sources-Arshans
Ukhin-Tolgoi Chongor Uula Chatan Uula Bayan babay
The legend of the rocks batyrs Two of the men were arguing about who will own hunting grounds: for the Khamar-Daban mountain range, where the valley is rich of game and the South of Khamar-Daban. And they have started to compete in the run up to Gunsan and back. Who is to come will come, and that he must seize the territory. Charter on the way back, one of them dropped dead and turned into rock: "Oboo chuluun"and the other Batyr reached the ridge Small Khamar-Daban, and not reaching the goal, turned into rock "Suburgan Chulun". This legend says that the nature is given for all public, it cannot be separated.
Legend about sable blanket A hundred years ago, hunters of Armak presented to Empress Catherine sable blanket, and a hundred of white horses in a gift and asked to borrow the possession of these rich in wild places.
The legend about mount Kapitanka. Near the village Armak is the mountain of Kapitanka, it has an altitude of 1030 meters and is part of the southern spurs of the small Khamar - Daban. In ancient times, when it established Russian - Mongolian border, around this mountain was located Cossack guards. Once the head with his wife pass rode. On the top of the mountain the horse on which drove captain's wife was frightened of something and flew down. The wife flew out of the saddle, hit her head on a stone, and died. The head called this nameless height in honor of his wife, as he holds the rank of captain, and his wife “Kapitanka”.
The living legend of Dzhida Dzhida is the native land of: The fist buryat scientist Dorshi Bansarov The first Herou of the Sovyet Union in the Second World War Garmashap Ayurovich Garmayew
«The Echo of times» - a new book with legends about Dzhida - written by Galina Radnayeva.
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