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KCI등재 학술저널

МОНГОЛ УГСААТАНЫ ХУРИМЫН БЭР ГУЙХ ҮГИЙН НЭРЛЭЛТ, ЗАН ҮЙЛИЙН СУДЛАЛ

In the Mongolian peoples, various rites related to the wedding ceremony are handed down abundantly to the people. These wedding customs are in the form of oral literature such as heroic epics such as <Jangar> and myths such as <Mongolian Secret History>, or in the manuscripts <The wedding customs of the central Khalha peoples>, Hurim-yn yorool, 婚禮 祝辭>, <Honjin devter, 헌찡(主禮)의 儀軌>, etc. The traditional method of marriage proposal is handed down by various names and customs among Mongolian ethnic groups, and its detailed contents can be confirmed through various oral literary genres and literature materials, including Mongolian epics of heroes. This paper outlines the naming and customs of bride proposals performed in the folklore of major Mongolian tribes such as the Khalha, Bayad, Buryat, Dorbod, Uzemchin, Chahar, and Ordos of Mongolia. In particular, in Mongolian wedding customs, we focus on ‘honjing’, who plays the role of a matchmaker and officiant, in the form of hymns(magtaal) or congratulatory songs(yorool) exchanged in the form of poetry. paid attention to In the Mongolian bride proposal customs, the figurative image of the bride and groom is an important factor in examining the cultural and literary characteristics of the Mongolian nomads The custom of marriage proposals in Mongolia is a valuable legacy of Mongolian folklore, oral literature, cultural studies, and cultural anthropology, and will become an important research material that should be paid more attention in the future. As such, the discovery and succession of various cultural elements in the wedding culture of each tribe in Mongolia has great significance as a very valuable traditional cultural heritage in reflecting on today’s wedding culture and further developing its spiritual value.

1. ОРШИЛ

2. БЭР ГУЙХ ХУУЛЬ ЁС

3. БЭР ГУЙХ ХУРИМЫН ЁСЛОЛ

4. ДҮГНЭЛТ

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