National anthem of Mongolia

National anthem of Mongolia
Tsendiin Damdinsüren (lyrics); Bilegiin Damdinsüren or Luvsanjambyn Mördorj (melody)

The National Anthem of Mongolia was created in 1950. The music is a composition by Bilegiin Damdinsüren (1919–1991) and Luvsanjambyn Mördorj (1919–1996), the lyrics were written by Tsendiin Damdinsüren (1908–1988). Excerpted from National anthem of Mongolia on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Translation of original lyrics in EnglishEdit

Our sacred independent country
Is the ancestral hearth of all Mongols,
May all of the world's good deeds
Will prosper and continue for eternity.

Our country will strengthen relations
With all righteous countries of the world.
And let us develop our beloved Mongolia
With all our will and might.

Our great nation's symbol blesses us
And the people's fate supports us
Let us pass on our ancestry, culture and language
From generation to generation.

The brilliant people of the brave Mongolia
Have gained freedom and happiness,
The key to delight, and the path to progress.
Majestic Mongolia — our country, live forever.

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