Anna Azvanova, About Traditional Upbringing


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Terbish, Baasanjav 
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As the saying goes, ‘I rich man is in his pocket, a poor man is in his soul’. In the olden days, people had many relatives. All relatives lived next to each other and helped each other. Daughters were married out and sons were married. If a man got married, people would say that he became rich. A family was considered as wealth. Sons had to help their fathers to look after the livestock, daughters had to help their mothers. The mother taught her daughter to cook, to milk cows, this way the girl learnt to become a wife.

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Sponsored by Arcadia Fund, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin
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