Mongolian folk dance is a specific world of culture with rich funds. Dance motions that can be made within a restricted space is compensated for by the expressive motions of hands, shoulders, chest, waste, eyes and head. Choreography is rich and diverse, since people had lived in different regions of the country employ different means of expressing their feelings. Movement of Mongolian folk dance usually portrays birds and animals. Also contains martial art elements. One of specific elements is dancing with cap of drink on head. There are some dances only for female dancers; these are harmonic, elastic, floating and waving supple lyrical movements. There are many different ethnical group which are make up this rich cultural heritage among the Mongols and within a group there’s a difference ohm dance motion and on it’s own way static folk dancing. Many of the folk dances are performed to the accompaniment of Morin Khuur, sometimes in combination with other instruments. There are also dances with performed exclusively to the accompaniment of human voice, in example “yokhor” dance.
Mongolian folklore was functioned through centuries as a common creature, a great treasure reflecting to Mongolian mode of thinking, language, living and history, a method for education, knowledge and imagination. Through folklore was dispersed many best ideas, critiquing social unjustness, confronting to foreign colonial rule. Our ancestors had given all kinds of rich fund such as story, legend, mystery, song, telling and others.
Therefore some genre such as yerool/best wishing, magtaal (oda), yertontsiin gurav (only three on the earth) / has not in folklore of other nations. Mongols are successfully rousing the “magtaal” or poems of praise while praising the Motherland, great history smartly combined with folk music. Also “yerool” or poems of best wishes invited to give good wishes at the related parties and ceremonies with joy.