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They had the right to divorce and also to inherit their husband’s estate.
If their husbands died they became the head of their household—a law which had political consequences...
Since the legend of Princess Khutulun, women have not wrestled. But for nomads, life continues as it has for millennia. The home—a felt tent called a ger—is also divided with one side for the woman the other side for the man.
Parents often name their daughters after colors, flowers, rivers, and celestial objects: Altantsetseg (Golden flower)Selenge (a Mongolian river)Narantuyaa (Sun-beam)Sarangerel (Moonlight)Mongolia’s respect for women has led it to declare Women's Day on March eighth, a national holiday.
Women are better educated than their male counterparts; they speak more languages and speak them better.
As a result, thousands of women now own businesses which drive the Mongolian economy.
Your guide and cook will probably be women and most of the shop assistants too.The harsh conditions made every person crucial for survival.A nomadic woman spent most of her day raising the family’s livestock.Mothers still whisper the legendary stories of Mongolian queens and warriors to their daughters today.
Nomadic life, geography and history have thus conspired to produce a strong and independent modern generation.After the death of Genghis Khan, women took up the reigns of power in three-quarters of the Mongol empire.